20:10 Wolverhampton Mon 16 July 2018
In decent form so far this year including when beaten 2L into fifth over 7f at Haydock (good-to-firm) last time out. Gelded since and interesting on AW debut.
Some good efforts in defeat during the spring including when finishing 2L second at Windsor (1m, good) in May. Gelded since finishing seventh at Yarmouth subsequently.
Sole success in 14 starts for Joseph O'Brien came on heavy ground last September. Held in three starts this term and debuting for a new stable.
Broke his maiden when winning over this C&D last time out. Carries a penalty for that success and is one for the shortlist in this contest.
Showed a decent level of ability in three starts over 7f on turf last year. Had wind surgery earlier this year and tongue tied (first time) for his handicap debut following a lengthy absence.
Placed three times from six career starts including when beaten 4L into third over this C&D last time out. Likely to run her race once more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E F VaughanJ: Harry Bentley|
Real Estate (11/10), No I'm Easy (11/4), Dutch Monarch (9/2), Oswald (8/1), Yorbelucky (8/1), Lady Alavesa (10/1), Sebastiano Ricci (20/1), Snooker Jim (33/1)
- No I'm Easy
- Real Estate
- Dutch Monarch
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