BRILLIANT bumper performer Didtheyleaveuoutto is about to gentle up the tight turns of Fakenham on Wednesday afternoon.
Nick Gifford’s twin winner is the spotlight on a card that additionally options Betfair Hurdle runner-up Movewiththetimes.
Gifford is not a reputation often related to the creme de la creme today, however in Didtheyleaveuoutto he might have a performer able to going proper to the highest.
The son of Presenting was electrical on debut final yr earlier than following up in a fiercely aggressive Listed bumper at Ascot.
He was discovered on the Cheltenham Pageant but it surely’s seemingly a scarcity of expertise advised that day.
A present 2-5 shot for the opener, backers reckon he is a superb factor on his hurdles debut – and connections might be hoping so too if he is to dwell as much as his promise.
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Gifford said: “He is in great order. All we have been doing is waiting for a bit of rain to fall.
“We just didn’t want him to run him on heavily-watered ground, but they have had more than 20 millimetres over the weekend and a bit more is forecast.
“The ground should be ideal and he has jumped well in schooling, so we are very hopeful. We are starting him off low key, but it looks a nice place to start him off.”
He went on: “The tight track is always a bit of a worry, but he won his first bumper around Lingfield, which is sharp enough.
“The form of his Ascot win is rock solid and has been franked everywhere, including on Saturday at Cheltenham when Strong Glance, who finished behind him in fifth, won.
“I’m amazed he was still there two furlongs out in the Champion Bumper – he ran a cracking race considering conditions were not in his favour.
“His weapon is his turn of foot and he couldn’t use it on that ground at Cheltenham.
“We know he is a nice horse, he has now got to prove it over hurdles but we are very hopeful.”
Later on the card, JP McManus’ green and gold hoops will be carried once again by Paul Nicholls’ ace Movewiththetimes.
The star hurdler was second in the Betfair Hurdle two seasons ago but has been slightly disappointing since switched to fences.
If there’s a man capable of getting him sorted out, though, it’s Nicholls, and he’s found a nice opening for his seven-year-old in the novices’ chase at 2.30.