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Since pulling up at Southwell, MYSTIC MAN changed stables. In fact, the 6-year-old switched from Oliver Sherwood to a relatively new trainer Harry Denham. With 14 winners from his 63 runners, Denham started his career with a high strike rate. The question now is can the Upper Lambourn stable get more out of the son of SAGEBURG?

One thing is certain, MYSTIC MAN ticks plenty of the right boxes. The gelding won two of his 8 races, and he’s on a lowly mark of 89. Also, he’s a CD winner for today’s 5-pound claiming jockey Ben Bromley. However, he’s been pulled up more often than he won, and he does lack scope. To cut a long story short, I can’t get overly excited about the 5/2 on offer.

Meanwhile, BIG DIFFERENCE is more hit than miss and he’s been out of form! The 10-year-old could benefit by switching to the stable of Laura Morgan, but he’s got something to prove.  

The 9-year-old ONENIGHTINTOWN is going to be ridden by the champion Jockey Brian Hughes. While Micky Hammond’s gelding is on a lowly mark, winning just 2 from 36 races suggests he will come up short. 

As for CONCEAL, Billy Aprahamian’s 8-year-old is on a workable mark. Nevertheless, he’s been unconvincing for a while, and he would get more opportunities in point-to-points! 

I like the unexposed TEDWIN HILLS! Emma Lavelle’s charge is making the switch to fences after just 7 runs. The son of GETAWAY is bred to do better over the bigger obstacles, and he’s on an attractive handicap mark. 

 Furthermore, the 6-year-old made a pleasing return, and he’s going to be fitter today. Since he’s stoutly bred, the step up to two & a half miles should suit. Finally, Tom Bellamy is a good Chase jockey, and this race is winnable.