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Graffiti Master is Anita Chambers' best bet at Wolverhampton and she has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.

NAP: Graffiti Master 4.30 Wolverhampton

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39-9OR: 102
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Next best: Savello 2.20 Wetherby

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Savelloh,t15
1210-11OR: 120
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Graffiti Master cut little ice on his recent outing at Listed level, but a drop in class for the Play 4Toscore At Betway Handicap at Wolverhampton can bring about a return to winning form.

The three-year-old won one of his three juvenile outings in 2017, but posted his most eyecatching piece of form when beaten four lengths into third by subsequent St Leger hero Kew Gardens on his final run.

Clearly their paths have diverged this term, with Graffiti Master finishing fourth on his return at Newmarket in May before being off the track for more than 180 days.

John Gosden's runner underwent a gelding operation during that time, and his most recent outing at Headquarters perhaps raised more questions than it answered because he was a well-beaten fifth in the Ben Marshall Stakes.

However, he was pretty keen over a mile that day, and perhaps the sharper trip combined with a lengthy break and soft ground just all proved a bit too much.

Switched back up to an extended nine furlongs here, Graffiti Master should handle the Tapeta surface and can start to resume an upward trajectory.

Gosden and rider Robert Havlin should also be on the mark with Frisella in the second division of the Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost Fillies' Novice Stakes.

This beautifully bred filly is by Frankel out of a half-sister to Kingman, so clearly a victory on her CV would further enhance her already enviable pedigree.

Second on her initial try, she half-reared as the stalls opened at Haydock back in May and has been given a good chunk of time to develop in the interim.

Ballyquin looks more than capable of taking a race like the Betway Casino Novice Stakes at Newcastle.

Andrew Balding's runner posted a fair effort on his first all-weather outing, finishing third behind an odds-on Godolphin favourite at Kempton at the end of October.

Returning from a lengthy spell off the track that day, he was very fresh and probably did too much early on - with those exertions telling at the finish.

He should strip fitter for that first run since April, though - and with a very fair looking rating of 78, it is perhaps telling that Balding persists in novice company here.

Harvest Day can step up on her recent second at Gosforth Park in the sunracing.co.uk Handicap.

She underwent a wind operation during the summer, and it appears to have had the desired effect because she has posted two fine placed efforts since her return in October.

Harvest Day has edged back up to a mark of 69, but cannot be ruled out while in such good heart.

Savello was a Cheltenham Festival winner in his pomp - and while he has slid a fair way down the ratings since that 2014 victory, he can prove he is no back number at Wetherby.

The 12-year-old has not actually hit the target since April 2016, when he secured a decent prize at Kelso off a mark of 151.

The fact he lines up on 120 here tells its own story, but his recent narrow second at Lingfield offers plenty of hope for the Bet At racinguk.com Handicap Chase.

Shambra can snap this season's bout of seconditis in the Sri Lanka The Paradise Island Mares' Handicap Hurdle at Hereford.

Denied by a length and a half at Stratford in October, Shambra was then held by just a neck at Fontwell on her most recent outing.

She was just run out of it over two miles and three furlongs that day, so perhaps a drop to two miles here can help her cause.

Sporting Life tips:

HEREFORD: 12.35 Destined To Shine, 1.05 Dr Sanderson, 1.35 Briac, 2.05 Some Operator, 2.35 Shambra, 3.05 Firebird Flyer, 3.40 Laxey.

NEWCASTLE: 3.15 Roland Rocks, 3.45 Ivory Charm, 4.15 Fabiolla, 4.45 Clipsham Tiger, 5.15 Harvest Day, 5.45 Cool Echo, 6.15 Ballyquin, 6.45 Pea Shooter.

PUNCHESTOWN: 12.25 Alighted, 12.55 Mount Pelier, 1.25 Demi Plie, 1.55 Mengli Khan, 2.30 Poli Roi, 3.00 The Trigger, 3.35 Minella Beat.

WETHERBY: 12.15 Pepper Street, 12.45 Whin Park, 1.15 Lord Yeats, 1.50 The Very Thing, 2.20 Savello, 2.50 Sleepy Haven, 3.25 Stream Lady.

WOLVERHAMPTON: 1.45 Rich Approach, 2.15 Ebbraam, 2.45 Frisella, 3.20 Delicious, 3.55 Stand N Deliver, 4.30 GRAFFITI MASTER (NAP), 5.00 Charlie D, 5.30 Ladweb.

DOUBLE: Graffiti Master and Savello.

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