Members that joined before last summer, may already be on some hotpots that were highlighted on the ‘Jumpers To Follow’ posted before the NH season started including:
Monkfish “Expected to go novice chasing next season, he looks likely to be one of the leading lights for the RSA [now Brown Advisory]” 8/11 fav for Brown Advisory
Appreciate It “This son of the ill-fated Jeremy won’t have gone unnoticed after finishing runner-up in the Cheltenham Bumper as 15/8 fav and he looks set to be a major player over hurdles” 13/8 fav for Supreme
Goshen “…his stunning run in the Triumph hurdle where he was the moral victor after a last hurdle calamity. He will be on everyone’s radar to right that wrong in 2021 Champion Hurdle” 4/1 Champion Hurdle
Stattler “looks one to keep an eye on for staying novice hurdles in 2021, he took the eye when trying to concede a stone to On Eagles Wings in a bumper just before the cessation of racing” 5/1 fav for Albert Bartlett
Concertista “Willie Mullins’ mare blasted her way onto the scene when storming up the Cheltenham hill to turn the Mares’ Novice hurdle into a procession and looks set to be destined for the top” 11/10 fav for Mares Hurdle
Envoi Allen “Barely needs any introduction after being one of the season’s stars culminating in an impressive win in the Ballymore. Impossible to leave out as he looks like being a star at whatever discipline connections decide is best for him” 8/11 fav for Marsh
Langer Dan “This one had some useful juvenile form before finishing sixth carrying 11-8 in the Boodles. A closer viewing of the race shows that he had no luck at all at Cheltenham and, a rating of 136 may under-estimate him. He looks to have a future and can win a decent prize.” WON Imperial Cup and 8/1 for the Conditionals Hurdle in which he has a slim chance of making the cut.