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KININDO KWETU is 3/3 over fences, and he should win more races. However, Sam England’s gelding is now 17 pounds higher, and he’s racing against better horses here. In fact, the 6-year-old is up in grade, and I will be surprised if he beats some of these.

For the record, ROYAL PRETENDER is the other runner with chasing experience. Alan King’s 6-year-old raced 13 times before switching to fences, and he finished 3rd on his debut. Nevertheless, the form of that Market Rasen race was just moderate, and he failed to take a cut at his fences. While Tom Cannon’s mount does have a bit of scope for jumping, he’s easy to discount.

The Fergal O’Brien stable is in good (6/16) form, and he’s sure to have properly prepared TEQUILA BREEZE. Nevertheless, she’s been dropped in the deep end, and the outsider betting tag is correct.

Since last running, MUMBO JUMBO had a wind operation. Emma Lavelle’s son of CALIFET failed to win over hurdles, but he should do better at this game. My worry for Tom Bellamy’s mount is the ground, he would prefer it soft.

Meanwhile, despite its top weight, SCIPION is the stand-out. Tom Lacey’s gelding raced just four times before today’s switch, and that suggests he’s a natural jumper. The son of Shantou looks like the real deal, and he comes from a stable in great form. Confident bet!!