The Poachers' Dozen mare Power Home headed down to Chepstow looking to build on the promise of her Wincanton race under Jonny Burke, who had been very impressed with her ability and attitude the last day. This time Nick Scholfield took the ride and he felt the same way, reporting that she relished the jumping at the undulating Welsh track and that she travelled well throughout the race. Power Home appreciated the much better ground and moved up well from midfield of the fourteen runners to go into fifth and then a clear second coming down from the top of the track on the far side of the course. The very highly tried and well regarded favourite was clear away and led readily from start to finish, but Power Home moved into a clear second and was only passed by one rival as they crossed the second last obstacle. She kept on very well up the long straight to finish her run and secure a clear third at long odds, delighting her connections and aiming now at another hurdling contest next month. Once she has been given an official rating she will look for an opportunity in a mares handicap, if favourable conditions still prevail and she continues to work well at home.