Assistant trainer to her husband William, Maureen Haggas talks to At The Races about the classy Mutakayyef.
Now Showing : Stateside
Next up : Australian Racing
The return to chasing looks likely to suit JOSIES ORDERS, who has struggled in a pair of hurdles at Galway of late. Enda Bolger's Cheltenham cross-country winner doesn't look to have much of that sort of class to contend with here and should be fit from those spins over timber. Sizing Coal was a close second at Down Royal when last seen under Rules and won a point-to-point here last month, while Enniskillen was a smart sort in hunter chases last year but has struggled between the flags of late.
This looks between JOSIES ORDERS and Sizing Coal. Ready preference is for the former, who shaped well over hurdles when returning from a 12-month absence at Galway and this smart cross-country performer should prove a tough nut to crack. Sizing Coal won't be found wanting fitness-wise having scored between the flags last month and should make a race of it. Mtada Supreme is best of the rest.