18:15 Wolverhampton Mon 3 December 2018
C&D win in July from only 2lb lower when landing a bit of a punt. Fit from recent runs over hurdles and stamina no problem.
Shaped as though he is ready for this return to 2m when staying on into third in the first time cheek pieces last time. If he can build on that he could play a part.
1m4f win here three starts ago but has to prove his stamina for this trip having pulled too hard on only previous attempt at it.
Veteran who did well to beat a subsequent winner over C&D last month and lost little in defeat only run since at a shorter trip. The return to 2m will help and remains in decent form.
Clear cut 1m6f Redcar win in the summer and then just touched off at Catterick over 2m. Bit below that form in two runs since and others preferred.
Won a muddling race at Chelmsford prior to a very disappointing effort on return visit to that venue. Something to prove after that run.
Yet to make the frame and needs to improve a fair bit for this further step up in trip to appeal.
Stepped up to 1m4f when showing a bit of improvement last time. Takes another big step up in trip and although has stamina to prove, has fewer miles on the clock than most of these.
Has struggled since a Musselburgh third on comeback run and first time cheek pieces need to inspire him on the return to AW.
yet to win in 19 attempts on the AW and hard to draw any hope from her latest run at Lingfield.
Had shown little in maidens but was a different proposition taking the step up to 2m in first time visor when landing a gamble at Lingfield. Surely has more to come at this trip and looks the one to beat.
Backed at big odds at Lingfield last time but fared no better and this maiden is readily passed over.
Last Year's Winner
Lumen (7/4), Something Brewing (6/1), Calvinist (8/1), Yasir (8/1), Harry Callahan (8/1), Heron (10/1), Betancourt (14/1), Apex Predator (20/1), Cue's Folly (20/1), Enchanting Enya (25/1), Midas Maggie (33/1), Elite Icon (40/1), Cold Fusion (50/1)
- Harry Callahan
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