20:10 Wolverhampton Tue 20 February 2018
Tailed off on her belated debut over C&D earlier this month (withdrawn ahead of her intended debut at Nottingham in May 2017). No chance.
Medicean filly who cost just 800 gns as a yearling. Never involved on debut over the extended mile here earlier in the month (200/1), and far from certain to appreciate a drop in trip.
Fifth foal by Al Kazeem. Easy to back on debut over 7f at Kempton in December (16/1), and didn't look anywhere near wise enough to do herself justice. Possible we'll see a better effort following a subsequent two month absence.
Unraced second foal by Oasis Dream out of a lightly raced Giant's Causeway mare. Half-sister to 1m3f+ winner Fibonacci, but her dam was closely related to 7f Group 3 winner Kamarinskaya. Of obvious interest with Josephine Gordon booked to ride.
Unraced first foal by Raven's Pass out of the 1m2f winner Fabia, so debuts with a 'clean-sheet' intact. Cost €38,000 as a yearling, and hails from a much respected stable, but ideally will need further than this 7f trip.
Green on her debut C&D fifth to American Endeavour in early December, and probably ran to a similar level of form next time at Lingfield. Needs to find a fraction more for win purposes, but couldn't be dismissed in the place market.
Helmet filly (32,000 gns) with plenty of racecourse experience. Probably didn't appreciate the drop back to 6f latest, but that form reads well enough in the context of this race, so has a role to play.
Well held on both starts so far, and not shown anything to suggest that she's capable of being involved on her Wolverhampton debut.
Prominent racer who has finished weakly on both starts so far, and needs to learn to settle better. Her dam was a 6f to 7f winner who was a half-sister to the useful 7f to 1m winner Plum Pudding, but that family line is the sole positive.
Last Year's Winner
Sweet Symphony (9/4), Dieulefit (5/2), Fabianski (3/1), Craftiness (6/1), Nautica (9/1), Zadorra (28/1), Broadway Angel (100/1), Traumatised (125/1), Rivas Rose Marie (200/1)
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