After huge runs from Marmelo and Prince Of Aran, we talked to their trainers, Hughie Morrison and Charlie Fellowes
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WEATHER FRONT got within two lengths of the well-regarded Good Boy Bobby at Carlisle on his hurdles reappearance, before winning comfortably at Hexham earlier this month. Karen McLintock's five-year-old must rate as the one to beat here despite conceding weight all round. Ruth Jefferson's horses have been tending to need the run on their first outing, so it would be no surprise to see the stable's youngster Raecius Felix improve on his opening showing, while Jedd O'Keeffe's useful Flat performer Remember The Days chased home some decent rivals on his first hurdles run and is respected.
WEATHER FRONT has made a bright start over hurdles, scoring with relative ease at Hexham last week, and he can defy a penalty. Remember The Days and hurdles-debutant Point Break may well emerge as the leading threats.