Barizan is by far the best of these over hurdles but has looked far from the finished article since sent over fences. He made heavy weather of things when scoring on his chasing debut and was being scrubbed along when falling in a three-horse affair at Southwell. He may well start at decent odds as a result but obviously comes with risks attached. That'Ll Do failed to build on the promise of a successful chasing debut when outpointed last time and Paul Nicholls now drops him back in trip. Daneva will find this tougher than when landing a handicap so the vote goes to TWO KISSES in receipt of a considerable weight and sex allowance. She skipped round here nicely on debut and looks the sort to primarily earn her corn on good ground off low weights over the larger obstacles.
Barizan (IRE) 1-4fav (11-7) Led, mistake 4th, headed next, led again 6th, ridden 9th, 2 lengths clear when fell 3 out, in a race won by Farleigh House (10-12) at Southwell 2m nov chs (4) gd in Jul, 3 ran.
That'll Do 4-7fav (11-5) Tracked leader, not always fluent, mistake 7th, led 10th, headed 3 out, no impression last, eased flat, 2nd of 7, 28l behind Schindler's Gold (11-5) at Worcester 2m 4f nov chs (4) gd in Jun.
Bull Market (IRE) 12-1 (11-2) Held up in 4th, took keen hold, pushed along and beaten 3 out, weakened before next, last of 6, well behind A Stones Throw (11-7) at Uttoxeter 2m nov hcp hdl 0-95 (5) gd in Jul.
Daneva (IRE) 7-1 (11-10) Made all, clear before last, kept on well, won at Newton Abbot 2m hcp chs 0-95 (5) gf in Jul beating Temple Place (11-3) by 6l, 6 ran.
Two Kisses (IRE) 15-8 (10-0) Tracked leader, led 7th, mistake 2 out, hit last, kept on well, won at Newton Abbot 2m beg chs (5) gf in Jul beating Bermuda Boy (11-8) by 4 1/2l, 4 ran.