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We had a number of runners pencilled in for Sedgefield on Sunday, but the predicted good ground is too quick for all of them bar Bulldoze who will take on three opponents at, in the 0-120 novices handicap chase over two miles, with Alain Cawley retaining the ride.

Bulldoze started his career in Ireland when finishing down the field in a bumper when trained by Mouse Morris in 2019. He was then moved to Henry De Bromhead, but remained in the same ownership of Gigginstown, where his best run over hurdles came on his debut over timber when finishing a 12 lengths third at Fairyhouse in November 2020. He would race a further five times over hurdles, including his handicap debut from a mark of 104 (Irish) without getting competitive. Bulldoze made his chase debut at Limerick in July of last year, and ran with promise to finish fourth, 11 and a half lengths off the winner. He reappeared at Tipperary just eight days later, but weakened from around four out and was pulled up.

Bulldoze made his stable debut for us at Sedgefield 16 days ago over two miles and five furlongs, where he probably didn't stay the trip. The handicapper has dropped him 6lb for that race, and we will learn more about him again this time.

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