21:10 Wolverhampton Mon 16 July 2018
Struggled when beaten 21L on debut in a 6f contest at Yarmouth (good-to-firm) in May. Stepping up markedly in distance.
Fair fifth on debut for Brian Ellison but finished well beaten over 7f here on debut for this yard last month. Others hold stronger claims.
Shaped as if in need of further when finishing fourth over an extended 1m here on debut last month. Interesting to see how he fares.
Well beaten 11th of 14 on debut in a 1m novice event at Windsor (good-to-firm) last month. Probably best watched at present.
Unraced son of Aussie Rules purchased for 25,000 gns at the sales last October. Full-brother to multiple winner Tenzing Norgay and worth a check in the market on debut.
Finished mid-division when making his debut in a 1m2f novice event at Windsor (good) last month. More needed if he's to taste success on this occasion.
Unraced son of Mr Sidney out of a mare who won over 7f here. Probably best watched with a tongue tie and cheekpieces worn on debut.
Unraced son of Mount Nelson and a half-brother to Flat winner High Wells. Interesting contender and one to note on his racecourse debut.
Well held in two runs so far including at Doncaster (7f, good-to-firm) in first time cheekpieces (retained) last time out. Others hold stronger claims.
Beaten a total of 60L in two starts to date. Most recent effort came over 1m at Newbury (good-to-firm) a month ago. Probably best watched.
Fair form in two starts thus far including when 14½L third over 1m4f here earlier this month. Likely to play a leading role.
Failed to beat a rival home in two starts so far. Beaten 35L last time and others hold a more obvious chance.
Well beaten in a 1m2f novice event when making her debut at Chepstow last month. Others make more appeal.
Last Year's Winner
Acclafrith (11/8), Maknifico (3/1), Jedhi (4/1), Our Nelson (13/2), Don't Look Down (16/1), Trafalgar Girl (22/1), Bold Statement (40/1), Harry George (40/1), General Patton (66/1), Davina (66/1), Chica Da Silva (100/1), Lady Merganser (125/1), Mr Today (200/1)
- Our Nelson
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