18:40 Wolverhampton Mon 13 August 2018
Winner at two but missed the whole of last year. Returned to form with a 2L fourth over 6f on Lingfield's turf track last month, not as effective there since and drops to claiming company now.
Three-year-old won over C&D last September and has been shaping well enough here recently in handicaps, entitled to hold decent claims in this event if anywhere near best.
Best of the rest to a wide-margin winner on his debut on the AW (7f) but was beaten 9L by a strong favourite. Tailed off here in 7f maiden since and drops quickly into claiming company.
Sole career success came around here in a seller back in February. Chepstow turf run in July wasn't all bad, not one to discount returned to AW and in this grade.
Poor maiden after nine starts, application of headgear recently hasn't changed the narrative and a tongue tie is reached for this time.
Twice-raced, showing very little to get work with in 7f novice auction at Chepstow (soft) or 1m Leicester seller on good to firm. Hard to recommend.
0-19 so far, all bar one of those efforts coming on the AW. Despite an occasional effort that suggests that she might win a race somewhere, there have not been enough of them to suggest that today will be the day.
Last Year's Winner
Central City (5/6), Trotter (2/1), Ubla (7/2), Assassinate (8/1), Domestic Way (14/1), Mrs Hitchcock (80/1), Krampus (100/1), Tink (125/1)
- Central City
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