18:45 Wolverhampton Fri 12 October 2018
Winner over 5f on good ground at Chepstow in August, and excuses next time. Took form to a new level when scoring at Brighton last time by 1L from Toni's A Star under this apprentice. Essentially 7lb higher now, as rider has lost his useful claim.
Scored off 7lb lower over C&D in April, and couple of solid efforts subsequently. Not at her best on last two turf starts., however, and needs to bounce back returned to Tapeta.
Runner-up four times this season, and easy enough to forgive latest soft-ground flop in isolation. Handicap record reads 0-12, though, and he doesn't look the heartiest at times, so opposable with cheekpieces retained.
Scored over C&D on three of last four 2017 outings, and back to winning ways at Ffos Las in August. Lower in weights than for last course success, but needs to be forgiven a poor effort here on his most recent outing.
Shed maiden tag by making all to win a 5f handicap on this surface at Newcastle, and proved that was no fluke by scoring again over same C&D last time. Hat-trick looks very much on the cards assuming he's as effective around a bend.
Ran well at Mussleburgh two starts back but took a backward step in a weaker contest than this at Newcastle last time, and he's proving more hit than miss at present.
Sprung a 25/1 shock in amateur riders' event at Leicester in June, and bounced back from a couple of poor runs when a respectable fourth at Haydock last time. No telling if she will build on that,
Won at Ayr (7f, firm) in June, and back on track when placed on last couple of starts, most recently when 2L third of 13 to Supaulette at Newcastle last time. Should remain competitive, although drop to 5f a worry given he stays 1m well.
Has won twice for current yard, but still expensive to follow, and needs to have everything in his favour. Running well enough to figure, but more likely to finish second than he is to win.
Last Year's Winner
Another Angel (5/4), Broadhaven Honey (6/1), Carlovian (13/2), Danehill Desert (13/2), Red Stripes (7/1), Sky Gypsy (8/1), Nautical Haven (16/1), Our Man In Havana (16/1), Swendab (20/1), Astrophysics (25/1), Teepee Time (33/1)
- Another Angel
- Broadhaven Honey
- Red Stripes
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