100 Horses to Follow | Part I Jumpers to follow 2019/20
by Leon Hughes on 8th November, 2019 and updated 8th November, 2019 10:00pm

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100 Horses to Follow | Part I

JUMPERS TO FOLLOW 2019-20 PART I

If you're looking to get one up on the bookmakers and clean up at the betting sites then our 5 part 100 Horse To Follow 2019/20 may provide you with a big advantage when betting jump horses this season. The majority of horses will run several times prior to the iconic Cheltenham Festival.

A PLUS TARD (FR) 5 b g
Before joining Henry de Bromhead, A Plus Tani raced exclusively in France, picking up a Listed handicap hurdle on his final outing in that country. He was beaten a neck on Irish debut, which was also his first run over fences. The next start saw him get off the mark as a chaser, with subsequent Arlde winner Duc Des Genievres back in second, but he was then beaten in a Grade 3. It was his next performance that saw him take a huge step up the ladder, landing the Close Brothers Novices' Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival by 16 lengths. He wasn't quite at his best on his final run before a summer off, which was his first start in a Grade 1, but he'll no doubt come back refreshed this season with potential at the top level. HENRY DE BROMHEAD

ABACADABRAS (FR) 5 b g
A classy bumper performer last term, Abacadabras ought to be capable of having a big say in the novice hurdling division for his top team. Heran out when likely to be second behind Envoi Allen in. February at Leopardstown but looked straightforward in two runs afterwards, including an eyecatching fourth in the Champion Bumper. He's bred to enjoy stepping up beyond the minimum and, while winter ground shouldn't pose too much of an issue, the five-year-old does seem particularly happy on a sound surface. GORDON ELLIOTT

AL BOUM PHOTO (FR) 7 b g
A promising novice chaser the season before last, Willie Mullins' gelding fulfilled that promise and rewarded ante-post followers of this publication with a fine win in the 2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup. His season did not begin until January, when he gave weight and a beating to six useful rivals, headed by previous Ladbrokes Trophy (formerly Hennessy) winner Total Recall. His next start was at Cheltenham, where he ran out a convincing winner from a strong field. His only subsequent run was in the Punchestown Gold Cup, in which he made several mistakes before chasing home stablemate Kemboy, the pair miles clear of the rest. He is likely to face a strong challenge from that rival in defending his title, but he is still only a seven- year-old with just 13 races behind him. There is every chance he has not yet reached his peak. WILLIE MULLINS

ALLAH° (FR) 5 b g
Allaho's opening second-placed finish in 2018 at Auteuil was promising, but his debut for Willie Mullins in a bumper 297 days later was slightly underwhelming, coming home fourth at Leopardstown over 2m. However, following a 50-day break, his attention was turned to hurdling, and he won in great style stepped right up to 3m. Connections were then tempted to send him to the Albert Bartlett despite his inexperience, where he claimed an honourable third. He followed that with a second in a 3m Grade 1 event at Punchestown before his summer of It's hard to be certain whether hurdling or chasing is on the agenda this time round, but he's open to improvement and will be hard to beat wherever he turns up. WILLIE MULLINS

ANDY DUFRESNE (IRE) 5 b g
Andy Dufresne featured in this book last year when yet to race under rules. He had changed hands for a lot of money having won his sole start in points but the son of Doyen wasn't seen until January 2019, when in the famous green and gold colours of JP McManus. However, the long wait was worth it, as he bounded clear of the field in a Down Royal bumper by 10 lengths from a rival who went on to land his next two outings. Sadly, that was all we got to see of Gordon Elliott's gelding but hopefully he'll make his mark in good-quality hurdling events this winter, as he's looked all class so fat GORDON ELIOTT

ANGELS BREATH (IRE) 5 gr g
Word had clearly got out before Angels Breath made his rules debut that he might be decent, as he was sent off 6-4 favourite for the Grade 2 Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle at Ascot. He didn't let supporters down, winning easily from some more experienced rivals, a few of whom had already won a couple of times. That performance encouraged his trainer to remark that he felt the son of Shantou was 'a bit special', and bookmakers promoted him to being one of the leading players in the market for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle. However, things didn't goto plan thereafter, as he was beaten at Kempton following a couple of months off and then didn't really feature at Cheltenham in March. He finished on a positive though., third in a 2m4f Grade 1 at Aintree, and one would imagine he'll contest some decent contests during the winter, potentially as a novice chaser. NICKY HENDERSON

ANNAMIX (FR) 6 gr g
Annamix dearly has a ton of ability - he once headed the Supreme Novices' Hurdle market without a run over hurdles - but his problem is making the track. He had one start in France for Guillaume Macaire at Vichy where he claimed second before being purchased privately to wear the famous pink and green colours of Susannah Ricci. It would be a humongous 830 days before he ran for Willie Mullins but he was still sent off an odds-on market leader. He could finish only second on that occasion but, following another 88 days away from the track, he gained a first success when beating a fair rival at Clonmel, again the well-backed market leader. Looking every inch a chaser, he dearly has a decent engine and, despite a lack of experience, one would imagine he will be seen over fences sooner rather than later. WILLIE MULLINS

APPLE'S JADE (FR) T b m
Although her season finished on a bit of a low note, it's hard to forget just how impressive Apple's Jade was at the start of her 2018-19 campaign. Of course, by the end of the previous year she was a multiple Grade 1 winner over a range of distances. Her return from a summer break in 2018 saw her land a Grade 2 by 11 lengths, which were followed by three starts at the top level that she won by 20, 26 and 16 lengths. She had a choice of targets at the Cheltenham Festival and connections those the Champion Hurdle, but she was to run probably her worst race in that, beaten a long way by Espoir D'Allen. Two more okay but below-her-best performances were next and she is left with something to prove again now but it's hard to believe she's lost all her ability and more success is sure to come her way. GORDON ELLIOTT

ARAMON (GER) 6 b g
While it's hard to predict what Aramon will be doing this campaign, what we do know is that he wants a fast-run race on a sound surface, and is Grade 1 class when getting those conditions. He didn't appear to be anything more than a fair handicapper on the Flat in Germany for Markus Klug but was impressive on his debut for Willie Mullins, scoring with plenty in hand at Kilbeggan over 2m3f. That would be the only time he would run over that distance as the remainder of the season was spent at around 2m. His breakthrough performance came when whining a Leopardstown Grade 1 over Christmas, which he followed with a fine e
ffort behind Klassical Dream in February He wasn't disgraced at the Cheltenham and Aintree festivals after that but was probably over the top when well beaten at Punchestown. He could go chasing now or step up in distance again over hurdles. WILLIE MULLINS

ASK FOR GLORY (IRE) 5 b g
Paul Nicholls has plenty of promising youngsters to go to war with this season and Ask For Glory appeals as the type to develop into a smart novice hurdler. Impressive in winning both his point-to-point and bumper debut at Chepstow, he was sent off just 13-2 for the Champion Bumper but seemed to get worked up by the occasion and faded sharply having taken a strong hold through the early stages. Plenty of good horses tend to emerge from the also-rans in that event and he's just the sort to notch a sequence in novice hurdles before again winding up at the major festivals. PAUL NICHOLLS

BAND OF OUTLAWS (IRE) 4 b g
Band Of Outlaws was a fairly decent performer on the Flat for Joseph O'Brien, reaching an official mark of 93. At the end of his last campaign on the level he was gelded before being sent hurdling. He showed distinct signs of promise on his jumping debut, finishing third of 23, and he duly built on that, winning his next two. That set him up for an attempt at the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, a race he won comfortably after showing a nice turn of foot. Evidently, he has plenty of class and, having finished third in the Galway Hurdle during the summer, is likely to turn up in all the valuable handicaps this season. JOSEPH O'BRIEN

BATTLEOVERDOYEN (IRE) 6 b g
Gordon Elliott enjoyed a fine season with this smart son of Doyen who racked up three wins before a disappointing effort at the Cheltenham Festival. He progressed into a top-class novice hurdler with wins at Punchestown and Naas before soaring at Grade 1 level on his return to the latter. That looked a strong renewal, with Sams Profile in second, yet he was in a different class to those rivals and it was no surprise he went off favourite against the likes of Champ and Brewin'Upastorm for the Rallymore Novices' Hurdle. He was pulled-up that day, but a line can be drawn through that effort and another big season is expected now sent novice chasing. He is dearly hugely talented, has the scope for chasing and could stay further than 2m4f. GORDON ELLIOTT

BEAKSTOWN (IRE) 6 b g
This monstrous horse is certainly made for chasing and could prove a top-class novice over fences this season. Although he was never really suited to hurdling his class was exposed by a Grade 2 Warwick win in January. That form is hard to judge as the favourite, Tidal Flow, ran very poorly but he was clear of a good second in Stoney Mountain. Beakstown would then finish pulled-up in a strong renewal of the Ballymore at Cheltenham but his real future lies over fences. He's a big, progressive type who should relish being tested over larger obstacles especially as he steps up in distance. Dan Skelton's chasing prospect has form on ground varying from good to soft and should be a top performer this year. DAN SKELTON

BIRCHDALE (IRE) 5 b g
Irish point-to-point winner in 2018 who quickly made up into a really useful novice hurdler last season. A maiden hurdle success at Warwick was followed by a Grade 2 at Cheltenham in January, albeit he had a fight on his hands with the smart Brewin'Upastorm when left clear at the last. Sent off just 6-1 for the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham in March, he ran well for a long way, holding every chance off the final bend but got tired up the hill and his rider eased him right down late. He wasn't seen again afterwards, but very much appeals as the type to make a smart staying novice chaser and can win his share before perhaps ending up in something like the National Hunt Chase. NICKY HENDERSON

BLAZER'S MILL (IRE) 5 b g
This son of Westerner was purchased for £180,000 at the Aintree sales and remains a highly exciting novice hurdling prospect for the 011y Murphy team. The form of his lengt defeat to Birchdale in a point-to-point has worked out very strongly with that runner, trained by Nicky Henderson, already successful at Grade 2 level. A patient approach, meanwhile, was taken with Blazer's Mill, who raced only once in a bumper at Fontwell in February. He won comfortably from the front, even though he was a tad green in running„ and a tough finish was enough to defeat Mount Windsor by three-and-a-half lengths. That rival has franked the form with six- and seven-length wins subsequently, meanwhile the Fontwell bumper was run over 1m51/,f, and Blazer's Mill would be expected to stay much further than two miles. He looks a promising novice hurdler for the season. OLLY MURPHY

BLUE SARI (FR) 4 b g
After an impressive debut romp at Gowran Park from subsequent Punchestown winner Front View in January, Blue Sari got snapped up by legendary owner JP McManus and was chosen as the sole representative of Willie Mullins in the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham in March. The four-year-old was heavily supported and ran a cracker, finishing very much second-best to classy winner Envoi Allen. He could well go to the top over hurdles this season, with most ground expected to come alike, and the Supreme Novices' Hurdle is likely to be his long-term target. WILLIE MULLINS

BREWIN'UPASTORM (IRE) 6 b g
If one horse is owed a change in luck it is Brewin'Upastorm, who endured an unfortunate but productive novice hurdling campaign. He won with ease at Huntingdon on his hurdling debut before a fine fourth behind the talented Champ in the Grade 1 Challow Hurdle. His big victory was denied by a last-hurdle fall when in contention with Birchdale in the Ballymore Trial at Cheltenham. He would go on to run fourth in the main event itself before a fine second at Aintree behind Colin Tizzard's Reserve Tank who would then follow up at Punchestown. Brewin'Upastorm is a chaser in the making while he remains a highly talented prospect who deserves to scoop a valuable prize. He will be sent novice chasing this year and should take a significant step forward. Perhaps he could be one for the JLT or Arkle. OLLY MURPHY

BRIGHT FORECAST (IRE) 5 b g
One would imagine that anything Bright Forecast has done to this point will turn out to be a bonus as he looks as though he going to make a cracking chaser in time. His sole run in a point during 2018 wasn't overly exciting but he won a maiden hurdle at 20-1 on his debut for Ben Pauling and then followed that up at Leicester. Connections then sent him for a Grade 2, in which he finished second, and he improved plenty for that performance when recording a career-best upped in trip for the Ballymore, finishing third to City island, beaten just over four lengths. It wouldn't be surprising, considering his age and experience, if he started the season over hurdles but chasing can't be far away. BEN PAULING

CAMELIA DE COTTE (FR) 7 b m
This mare enjoyed a fine campaign last year without really hitting the headlines, landing six wins from eight starts for the Mullins team. One of those defeats came to the top-class Le Richebourg at Listowel but on her last start she looked like a mare capable of troubling some of the best chasers around over 2m4f, She ran out an easy winner of a Grade 3 mares' event beating the 141-rated Pravalaguna in comfortable fashion. Seen to best effect from the front, Camelia De Cone took a step forward with each start and this could be the season the picks up a major win, although she will need to improve again to beat the boys. WILLIE MULLINS

CAPTAIN CATTISTOCK 6 b g
Paul Nicholls' nmner could develop into a fine staying handicap chaser this season having finished the year in excellent style with two wins from his last three starts. He toughed it out in a decent novice handicap at Exeter before finishing third at Utmxeter, where he shaped as if he could be better suited to further than three miles, He made good use of an additional two furlongs when making all in eyecatching style at Fontwell, fending off the challenge of the useful Station Master in a small but quality contest. Captain Cattistock may not have been well-suited to the track that day - he is a strong galloping horse whose best form has come at Wincanton - but his class prevailed. He's a fine second-season novice chaser who will relish galloping tracks, some cut in the ground and extended distances, and a race like the Welsh National could be ideal for him. PAUL NICHOLLS

CAPUCCIMIX (FR) 6 gr g
Unraced in points and bumpers, he wasted little time in making a fine impression, winning a 16-runner maiden hurdle at Clorunel in January despite doing plenty wrong. He failed to cope with the rise in grade and step up to 3m back there next time, being eased right down, but it's worth noting he was sent off shorter than high-class, and Cheltenham Festival- winning, stablemate Minella Indo (who finished second). He very much appeals as the type to do better with a summer under his saddle. Presumably, he will begin in conditions hurdles but has the option of chasing too. Either way, he a horse with plenty more to offer. HENRY DE BROMHEAD

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