13:10 Wolverhampton Tue 6 November 2018
Former C&D winner but last tasted success in 2015. Well beaten on latest turf start and remains easy to oppose.
Three-time C&D winner has dropped to a fair mark but remains badly out of form and best watched until signs of a revival.
Goes particularly well here and has fallen to a competitive mark, however recent form needs improving on and others look stronger.
Hasn't quite been seeing out his races over further and now tries another change of headgear. Given a real chance by the handicapper and could go close dropped in distance.
Losing run stretches back to April 2017 and while he has won over 6f here, he tends to reserve his best for the fibresand at that distance. Needs to lift on latest effort.
Has dropped to a competitive mark and suited by this C&D. Only had three runs this year and shaped better at Kempton. Likely to be involved.
Yet to place in seven turf runs and hasn't improved since going handicapping. Remains best watched on first start on the AW.
Well held in all five starts for Mark Brisbourne last year and needs to find big progress on first start for over a year and stable debut.
One win from 37 starts but now 3lb below that sole winning mark. Not disgraced the last twice and place possibilities.
Remains a maiden after 17 starts and out of sorts in four runs since returning from a break. Hard to make a case for.
Losing run dates back to the beginning of 2016 and has shown no signs of encouragement of late. Remains easy to oppose.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Grey Destiny||7||9-3||15/2||Full Result|
|T: A BrittainJ: Cam Hardie|
Viola Park (3/1), Majdool (10/3), Hold Your Breath (11/2), Summer Angel (6/1), Give Em A Clump (7/1), Gulland Rock (8/1), Little Indian (11/1), Rising Sunshine (16/1), Fortinbrass (20/1), Les Gar Gan (33/1), Emilene (40/1), Lambrini Legacy (50/1)
- Summer Angel
- Little Indian
- Rising Sunshine
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