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A big move for the old boy Methaaly in the six-furlong sprint at Wolverhampton. Michael Mullineaux's multiple course and distance specialist was a winner on his
penultimate start, however he will need look in running to go in again from stall 12.
All of the six-year-old's wins have come at Southwell, however it's hard to ignore the fact that he could be well handicapped on his first run for Sean Curran.
Adam Kirby keeps the ride which is a positive for backers, and the mid-morning plunge suggests he could go close.
Absent since a decent run at Market Rasen in March 2011, Argentia now finds herself in the hands of the inform Kim Bailey. Jason Maguire is an eye-catching jockey booking, and it would be no surprise to see the eight-year-old make light work of her lowly handicap mark.
Rebecca Curtis' charge failed to get home over three miles when tackling handicaps for the first time, but has been backed to make amends over today's
shorter trip. The unexposed gelding has the assistance of Patrick Corbett, who takes off a useful 7lb.