Alan Thomson has a brace of Tuesday bets at Newcastle.
CLONDAW CAITLIN (2.35) is a classy young mare and she will take a deal of stopping at Newcastle.
Ruth Jefferson switches the six-year-old back to hurdles following an excellent second to Galvin over fences at Cheltenham 158 days ago. Getareason has shaped okay for Rebecca Menzies since switching from Paul Nicholls and her gelding didn’t appear to get home over three miles when third at Doncaster.
KITTY HALL (3.45), runner-up at Catterick and Musselburgh, is interesting on handicap debut in the mares' hurdle and probably has course and distance winner Laskadine to beat.