Is becoming very well handicapped down to a mark of 85, having won off a mark of 97, albeit a couple of years as well as winning off 93 in March this year and is proven in what will be pretty soft ground. He’s generally been tried in some very high class handicaps and has shown he’s capable of winning with plenty of promise recently now he’s dropped slightly in grade. He’s not been helped with wide draws of late either, and that was the case last time at Pontefract where having been caught out at the back of the field, he could be seen to be travelling very comfortably turning for home. Under his inexperienced jockey, he never got a run and finished with plenty of running in the tank. Plenty of respect for Kasbaan from the Owen Burrows horse and we could have a saver on him, but this chap is the bet at 20/1.