The Albert Bartlett is traditionally one of the more difficult grade ones for punters to solve and Cobbler’s Way could be a dark horse for Henry De Bromhead.
He has had four runs under hurdles, starting off over 2 and a half miles where was beaten quite easily by Andy Dufrense however since stepping up in trip has some good pieces of form to his name and may well be able to run a huge race. He got off the mark over hurdles in December in a median hurdle that is working out well.
He beat Joseph O’Brien’s Sempo who has since won then, with a Willie Mullins pair of Francin and The Big Getaway in third and fourth. The pair have also since won, with the latter also a possible runner in the race.
Cobbler’s Way stepped up into Grade One Company last time and was an impressive second to Latest Exhibition and there could be more improvement to come.