En It's Irish-bred granddam Pottos
Way was a litter-sister to Pottos
Storm, the Mullins-trained 1999 Grand National winner, who finished fifth in Chart King's Derby.
I fancy the slightly extra distance here will enable Pottos
Storm to be the clear winner.
In 1999 his Pottos
Storm dead-heated with his mother's Hello Buttons at the competition's new home of Wimbledon.
Second: 1 Dower Leader, 2 Pottos
Storm, 3 Gurranebeg Dan, 4 Deerfield Sunset, 5 Clondara Hiker, 6 Athea Storm.
However, on this occasion he overcame early crowding to gain a clear run at the pace-setting Pottos
Knows and was always going to prove too strong for David Mullins' dog.
Then the race resulted in a dead-heat between Pottos
Storm and Hello Buttons, but the former may have the edge this time over the longer 474 metre trip.
Brian Clemenson's charge has always promised to land a major prize and pounced near the line to collar pacemaker Pottos
Storm to score by a length in 29.
STORM can get his Chas Miller Sussex Cup campaign off to a flying start in the third heat (9.
Brian Clemenson's Trafalgar Cup winner, who strongly hints at very big things when moving up to six bends, collared kennelmate Willie Go Fa at the three-quarters pole and pulled away to score in tremendous style by over three lengths from Pottos
Knows in 29.
STORM, unluckily baulked last time, looks a sound bet at Romford tonight in one of seven races on the Mirror Group's cable channel L
David also bred the litter out of the dam, Pottos
Way, and she must be in the running for `Dam of the Year'.