Today's drop in class may see Quito Du Tresor bounce back to form in which case he'll go very close. Novice chase winner Houston Dynimo also has claims on his handicap bow but Quite The Man has lost his form since scoring at Perth back in May and the same comment applies to Red Tanber, who recorded a double early in the year. Mister Wall Street should finish closer with a recent run under his belt but the vote goes to CIVIL UNREST to follow-up his recent win over 2m4f at this track as he had subsequent winner Mentalist back in third.
Quito Du Tresor (FR) 50-1 (10-11) Mid-division, not fluent 9th, some headway next, struggling 4 out, tailed off, 12th of 20, well behind Nadiya De La Vega (11-2) at Cheltenham 2m 4f hcp chs 0-150 (2) gs in Oct.
Houston Dynimo (IRE) 9-2 (11-7) Led, mistake when headed 2 out, no extra approaching last, 2nd of 4, 10l behind Stormy Weather (11-0) at Wetherby 2m nov chs (4) gs.
Quite The Man (IRE) 11-2 (11-6) Behind, outpaced 9th, 6th and beaten when blundered and jumped right from 4 out, weakened next, 7th of 8, well behind Tiptoeaway (11-7) at Wetherby 2m hcp chs 0-135 (3) gs in Oct.
Red Tanber (IRE) 14-1 (11-8) Raced wide, chased leaders, hit 4th, weakened 9th, behind and pulled up before 5 out, in a race won by Locked Inthepocket (10-11) at Musselburgh 2m 4f hcp chs 0-125 (3) gd, 8 ran.
Civil Unrest (IRE) 3-1 (11-2) Tracked leaders, led 5 out, kept on, driven out, won at Musselburgh 2m 4f Beginners Chase (0-110) (4yo+) (4) gd beating William Money (11-2) by 3/4l, 11 ran.
Mister Wall Street (FR) 11-4 (11-8) With leader, ridden before 4 out, weakened from 2 out, 4th of 7, 36l behind Kings Grey (11-7) at Newcastle 2m hcp chs 0-120 (4) gd in Nov '11.