21:05 Wolverhampton Wed 18 July 2018
Improved with each run so far and makes his handicap debut off a fair mark going up in trip. Would be interesting if the market speaks in his favour.
not shown a great deal in four starts so far including on handicap debut off 2lb higher last time. Blinkers added now but others make more appeal at present.
Down the field in three maidens before plugging on the one-pace on handicap debut at Leicester (7f, good) last time. Goes up in trip today but needs to do much more to be involved.
Cheekpieces seemed to have a positive effect when staying on over 7f here last time to finish fourth. Goes up in trip here and has place claims at least with promise of more to come.
Best effort so far when staying on for fourth at Chelmsford (1m, AW) last time. Down another 2lb and this extra trip should help. Capable of better at some stage, if not today.
Slowly getting the hang of things and went very close over C&D when last seen back in May. Nudged up 2lb for not winning but that is the best piece of form on offer here and should go very close again.
Well beaten in his first two starts in handicaps. Needs to do an awful lot more before becoming of interest.
Shaped with a little more promise on handciap debut at Hamilton (1m½f, good to firm) last month. Step up in trip may help and should be some improvement to come.
0/5 and yet to finish within 12 lengths of a winner. Hard to recommend at this stage until she starts to show a bit more.
Hasn't shown a great deal in three starts so far over sprint trips. Has a pedigree that suggests she should be a bit better than a 46 rated filly though so very interesting if money comes for her on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
Percy Prosecco (2/1), Lexington Empire (7/2), Honourbound (11/2), Javelin (8/1), River Cafe (9/1), Makin It (10/1), Pass Mark (14/1), Sweet Dreams (16/1), Blyton Lass (20/1), Lady Grigio (20/1), Parable (25/1), Galloping Hogan (25/1), Glacier (33/1)
- Percy Prosecco
- Sweet Dreams
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