18:25 Wolverhampton Wed 18 July 2018
Hood on for belated debut and failed to beat a rival home when tailed off at Chelmsford over 7f. Impossible to fancy on that evidence.
Already gelded son of Helmet who cost £32,000 as a yearling. Dam won over 5f as a two-year-old so plenty like on paper. Market will be a good guide.
Big prices and tailed off on both starts so far. Very much the type for this yard that will be more suited to handicaps further down the line.
Already gelded son of Mazameer who cost just £600. Yard yet to have a juvenile winner and that is unlikely to change here.
Intersting that the best of his three runs so far have come on soft ground. Makes AW debut today and would rate a danger if bouncing back to from of Doncaster second.
Having been well beaten in two starts last year he really struggled on his return to action at Carlisle last week. Needs to do an awful lot more to be involved even if he is fitter for the run.
Daughter of Excelebration who is related to several winners including the dam of the very smart sprinter Marsha who also raced in these colours. Dam is a half-sister to smart miler Soviet Song. Lots to like on paper and market check very much needed
Massive prices and beaten a long way including here on two starts so far. Takes a big drop in trip but best watched for now.
Sayif filly. First foal, dam was a winner over 5f including on the AW. Yard are 0-25 in recent years with their juveniles and others are preferred.
Ran well enough on debut here in April (66/1), but didn't step up on that effort next time over the same trip at Nottingham (6f), so plenty of others are much preferred as a result.
Failed to beat e a rival home in her two starts so far and is readily opposable here as a result.
Last Year's Winner
Arabian Coast (6/4), Nakhaytak (5/2), Bubbly (11/4), Crash Helmet (7/2), Invisible Storm (4/1), Nunnery Lane (14/1), Resolution (20/1), Elusive Show (22/1), Mystical Moon (80/1), Foxy Feelin (80/1), Crimson Princess (100/1), Catlin (100/1), Luckie George (100/1)
- Arabian Coast
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