Morning Symphony was a good second at Market Rasen last time out with the winner of that race winning again since and also coming second twice to give him a rating of 120. Morning Symphony shaped as if the extra distance here will be of benefit and a bold showing looks on the cards.
New Work Rouge for Kim Bailey ran over course and distance in a chase and was beaten a very long way after being hampered early on. He reverts back to hurdles today and has promising claimer Thomas Bellamy on board claiming a useful three pounds.
Charlie Longsdon's horses are in fine form and he runs the Lizard King here. It has been a long time since he last run and he doesn't have any notable form to speak of, therefore any support in the betting could be significant.
David Pipe's Dusk Till Dawn was really well supported in his two runs over the summer without winning either. Both runs were decent enough though with a second and fourth to show for it and he certainly looks like the extra distance will bring out the best in him as he's won a point to point over three miles. Tom Scudamore is a jockey I like and I think Dusk Till Dawn looks a nice bit of value.
Nigel Twiston-Davies runs Mount Choisy here and he has been in decent form over the summer. He's had two second placed finishes along with two wins and is running off a mark of 120 which looks well within him. He won over two miles in June in a bumper as well as over two miles and seven furlongs in August so two and a half miles should be fine.
He was only just beaten by the classy Hunt Ball here last time out and appears at home on the course. I think he looks a step ahead of his rivals here today and will take some beating.
Worcester 17:35 Dusk Till Dawn - 1 point @ 10/3 (Most)
Worcester 17:05 Mount Choisy - 2 points @ 15/8 (Paddy Power)