SEABOUGG has run in 2 National Hunt flat races and in a hurdle race but has his first run on the flat tomorrow at Brighton. He bled when he ran at Market Rasen over hurdles a few weeks ago and it is possible that the trip was a contributory factor, so that is why we are dropping him back in distance this time. He has scoped well after Market Rasen so hopefully it is not going to be a reoccurring problem. There are 8 runners and Ryan Tate takes the ride, he knows him well as he has ridden him at home. It will be interesting to see how he gets on tomorrow.