@TheTWETracker's Racing Review - 21/12/21


Richard Spencers gelding was clearly considered talented enough to be entered before finishing mid-division in last seasons Champion Bumper.

He may well have made a winning hurdles debut but for crashing through the last at Newbury.

With plenty improvement likely, he ought to go close next time out.


Lac De Constance cost €135,000 as a 3-year-old and marked his return from a wind-op and a 271 day break with an impressive win at Exeter.

He won eased down for the Skeltons and looked a solid prospect on hurdles debut, capable of improving further and going onto bigger and better things.


The 6yo, Pure Bliss, is a serial winner, winning 4 of her 6 starts for Harry Fry last season.

She finished a solid runner-up on chase debut at Exeter, returning from a 7 month break, and should strip fitter and improve plenty next time out over the larger obstacles to get back into the winning groove.


Despite jumping fairly novicey, Earth Lord proved a real engine on handicap debut to take his record to 2 from 2 this season.

There looks to be plenty more to come from the 5-year-old and he can continue progressing from here.

Max McClellan