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Ryan Weston
BY Ryan Weston  
Updated: 26 August 2021 9:00 am

7:50pm SEDGEFIELD

2M 1F MILE | HANDICAP | HURDLES

I am going for a horse who put up a career best performance here over fences, and I'm hoping the return to the course will see a return to form.

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CAWTHORNE

This 7 year old gelding was pretty impressive when winning here over fences back in May, always travelling well, and powering clear when taking up the running just before the final fence. The third and fourth in that race have won multiple times since (Sir Tivo is now 25lb higher rated), so it worked out well.

The handicapper hit him hard for that win, putting him up a whopping 11lb, and it was just a bit too much for him in his two subsequent chase starts. We saw him returning to hurdles at the end of July, where he was well supported in the betting once more, and although he travelled well in to the race, his finishing effort petered out on the rain softened ground, which he doesn't have any form on.

His mark has now fallen back to 83, the same as his romp here over fences, so returned to the course of his best performance, combined with a quick ground again, I like to think we will see a return to form.

My suggestion is 0.5pts EW.

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MAIN DANGER

GETAWAY JEWEL

This 7 year old was super consistent last season, and I think the handicapper should have put him up a few lbs for his latest success here, as even though the horse in front fell, the race wasn't over and they had drawn well clear of the field. He needed his first run last season, so I'm hoping for the same again.

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