17:35 Wolverhampton Mon 14 May 2018
Has won over C&D each of last two seasons. Fair effort here in February but poor run latest at Lingfield. Not without a chance if putting best foot forward in modest event.
Campaigned at up to 1m4f this winter without success and this drop back in trip looks worth a try. Has become frustrating though and possibly not one to rely on.
Six-race maiden formerly trained by Mark Johnston. Didn't show much on debut for current yard recently but that was after long layoff. May be better for the run and any market interest would be worth noting.
Has run poorly on previous visits to this track and generally out of sorts during the winter with exception of sound run when narrowly beaten at Lingfield in January. Has something to prove.
20-race maiden but has run well on three of last five starts, all at this track over the extended mile. Drop back in trip may help and is one of the livelier outsiders.
Has been on the slides over the last two years dropping 20lb in the weights and still struggling to make a real impression. Not disgraced after slow start at Thirsk on seasonal reappearance but much more needed to get involved.
1-28 with only win coming over this trip at Lingfield in January. Ran fair race when close fifth here over C&D last time so should be thereabouts if he gets the breaks.
Veteran who is generally at his best over strongly run 6f. Runner-up over C&D in February but needs things to drop right for him and hold-up style tends to invite trouble round here.
Kept on to be 33/1 second over 6f here on penultimate start but remains a maiden after 29 starts so clearly finds winning quite a challenge. Others are preferred.
Showed more dash than usual when fourth at Chelmsford last time out but 0-17 record tells its own story. 1lb wrong at the weights but worth a market check for yard not averse at a tilt at the ring.
Last Year's Winner
Caledonia Laird (10/3), Cat Royale (4/1), Willsy (6/1), Joys Delight (7/1), Three C's (8/1), Rising Sunshine (8/1), Caledonian Gold (12/1), Evanescent (14/1), Hangman Jury (14/1), Ad Vitam (16/1), St James's Park (16/1), New Delhi (22/1)
- Caledonia Laird
- New Delhi
- Ad Vitam
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