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For the time being, I’ve had enough of watching the Venetia Williams runners coming up short. In the case of the trainer’s FUJI FLIGHT, this fella has always needed a run. Add that factor to the stable form, and we have a double reason to take on the exposed 7-year-old.

If ASK ME EARLY is going to progress again this season, he will need to polish up his jumping. While the 8-year-old knows how to win and is in the right hands, I have my doubts.

LE MILOS won two phases on heavy ground, and since last running, he’s been switched to the Skelton yard. The 7-year-old has won following a long break, but that was for a yard (Tim Vaughan) that gets them ready. On this occasion, at shortish odds, I’m wanting to take on the favourite.

I wouldn’t be surprised if KALOOKI ran better than his odds insinuated, albeit betting Philip Hobbs runners is like playing the lottery.

NOTACHANCE is a course and distance winner, and his chance won’t be deterred by the heavy ground. However, Alan King’s 8-year-old will need to do better than when last seen, and he doesn’t have the best record when racing fresh.

For a number of reasons, I would rather chance GRUMPY CHARLIE. Firstly, the grey gelding is capable of better over fences. Secondly, the 7-year-old won his last race from the same handicap mark of 137. Finally, his record fresh is a good one, and he’s best suited to testing conditions.