13:45 Wolverhampton Tue 6 November 2018
Has won three times here and is back on last winning mark which came over this C&D. Not beaten far last three starts over further and likely to go close again.
Losing run stretches back to May 2017 and has plummeted in the weights since. Bit disappointing the last twice since his Kempton second and remains risky.
Won twice here last year but finished that campaign with a poor run and no show on recent return from lengthy absence. Needs further and remains best watched.
Still a maiden after 18 starts but gets to race off 4lb lower on the AW and was a solid third at Kempton last time. Can be competitive again.
Has not won since September 2016 and although a third over this C&D last time, she was suited by racing on a slow pace and this is tougher.
Twice a winner over 6f here and although not beaten far on his latest three starts, hasn't previously convinced at this far.
18-race maiden who was hampered at Leicester and had previously been very consistent. Has form over the C&D and on an attractive mark now. Can bounce back.
Couldn't manage a win for Gordon Elliott and well held in two starts for new stable. Continues to make limited appeal.
Sprinter has only managed one win from 30 starts and well beaten on latest stable debut. Hard to fancy on first try at this trip.
Yet to win or place in 22 starts, generally at very long odds. Hard to make any sort of case for after tailing off at Carlisle.
Two thirds from 36 starts (both over 6f here) are best she has to offer. Continues in poor form this campaign and step up in trip unlikely to help.
Last Year's Winner
Lord Murphy (5/2), Athassel (7/2), Sarangoo (5/1), Cool Echo (6/1), Langley Vale (9/1), Born To Reason (10/1), Madame Jo Jo (12/1), Jock Talk (22/1), Aragon Knight (33/1), Caledonian Gold (33/1), Tally's Song (40/1), Trulove (100/1)
- Lord Murphy
- Madame Jo Jo
- Cool Echo
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