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16:35 Leicester: Timeform preview and free Race Pass


The 16:35 at Leicester on Tuesday is available as a free Race Pass, which means logged-in customers can view all our premium comments and ratings.

It’s not often that a hunter chase takes centre stage but that’s Leicester most valuable event (16:35) on their all-chase card and it looks a good race of its type with some fairly useful chasers, including two former winners of this contest, among the seven runners.

Local trainer Laura Morgan can win this with Percussion (Timeform weight-adjusted rating 133) who looks interesting in his first start in a hunter chase as his recent handicap form looks strong in the context of this race. He shaped as if still in good form when fifth in the Classic Chase at Warwick last time but didn’t see the longer trip out under an aggressive ride. But he has a really good record over the big fences at Aintree and prior to that he’d been placed in both the Grand Sefton and the Becher at Aintree for the second year running, beaten two lengths by Gesskille in the former contest. No doubt he’s being geared up for a crack at the Foxhunters’ round there in April and can take this on the way.

Espoir de Teillee (131) had useful form for Tom George in his younger days and, now with Ben Brookhouse, showed he retains plenty of ability in hunters last year, making all in this race (by a very wide margin) and at Kempton, both times under Fern O’Brien who’s on board again here. He comes here after a successful debut in points earlier in the month.

Dan Skelton’s Bennys King (132) is the senior runner but merits respect after a successful campaign in this sphere last season, winning at Hereford and Fakenham and finishing second in the Foxhunters’ at Aintree. He was pulled up in handicaps in his first two starts this term but has fared better back in hunters the last twice, finishing placed at Taunton and Wetherby.

Cat Tiger (135) is another who has been runner-up in the Aintree Foxhunters’, in 2022, and he too is a former winner of this race in 2021. Formerly with Paul Nicholls, he had a couple of runs at Auteuil late last year, seeming to show useful form, with owner/regular partner David Maxwell putting up overweight, when fifth in a Group 2 contest, but he blotted his copybook on his first start back in Britain with Sam Loxton when running out whilst in the lead in a hunter at Hereford last month.

Hot Trainer’ Gordon Elliott sends Hardline (114+) over from Ireland which makes him an interesting runner in receipt of weight from most of these, even though he hasn’t won under Rules since landing a Grade 1 novice chase at Limerick more than five years ago. Whilst no longer anywhere near as good as he once was, he has won three times in points since then, most recently in December, and there were positives to take from his remote fourth to Ireland’s top hunter chaser Ferns Lock at Thurles last time.

Gallyhill (130?) was formerly trained by Elliott himself, winning a beginners chase at Down Royal for him early last season. However, he ran poorly on his final start in Ireland and didn’t show enough in a point last month on his first outing for new trainer Fred Hutsby to make him of much interest here.

Shang Tang (120), a former winner over both hurdles and fences for Emma Lavelle, has been placed in both his hunters at Hereford and Ludlow since joining Heidi Brookshaw but this looks a much hotter race than either of those contests.

Timeform analyst’s verdict

Percussion is of strong interest on his first start in a hunter and he is marginally preferred to last year's winner of this race, Espoir de Teillee, who should be spot-on for a repeat bid on the back of his success between the flags. Bennys King should also have a part to play, but while Cat Tiger would be a big threat if at his best, he arrives here with a bit to prove.

Timeform weight-adjusted ratings

135 Cat Tiger

133 Percussion

132 Bennys King

131 Espoir de Teillee

130? Gallyhill

120 Shang Tang

114+ Hardline

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1st Harry Cobden silk 1. INSURRECTION (IRE) 4/71.57f
2nd Nick Scholfield silk 11. MAASAI MARA 10/34.33
3rd Sam Twiston-Davies silk 6 2. JOUR D'EVASION (FR) 9/25.5
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T: Tom Lacey  
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T: Olly Murphy  
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