18:25 Wolverhampton Wed 9 May 2018
Surprisingly sent off favourite last start but kept on as though a step up to this distance should suit and dropping to a handy mark.
Ran a decent third over C&D here last time and with another 2lb drop in the handicap should be competitive again.
Needs to improve for switch to AW following four well beaten starts including on handicap debut.
Unfancied and well beaten in all three starts and now goes handicapping. Stable's first Flat runner of the year and market may provide best guide.
Well beaten in all three career starts at this track and best watched on handicap debut.
Just touched off under this jockey when running on well over a mile. Up 2lb but shaped as though this distance will suit and should be one of the leading players.
Slowly edging down in the weights and didn't seem to enjoy the fibresand when last seen. Freshened up and could improve up to this trip.
Not shown much in three starts to date but could easily improve in handicaps for top stable. Market support should be noted.
Closely matched with Beloved Knight and likewise should be suited by extra distance. Improving and should be competitive again.
Showed up better on handicap debut from unpromising position and is open to further improvement with extra trip in his favour.
Ten race maiden who has shown promise at this track previously but needs to find significant improvement after a well beaten effort on turf.
Most of her form has been at sprinting trips but possible improver over this far with blinkers added. Worth a check in the betting. Also entered at Brighton on Tuesday.
8 race maiden but ran her best race to date over C&D last start at big odds. Got going too late there in a race where it suited to be on the pace and with improvement could get involved.
Last Year's Winner
Percy Prosecco (7/2), The Fiddler (4/1), Navarra Princess (13/2), The Knot Is Tied (8/1), Astraea (8/1), Pact Of Steel (9/1), Beloved Knight (9/1), Be Mindful (18/1), Stay In The Light (20/1), Enforcement (28/1), Westfield Wonder (28/1), Pammi (33/1), Jenny Ren (66/1)
- Percy Prosecco
- Beloved Knight
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