17:30 Wolverhampton Mon 10 December 2018
Nicely-bred daughter of Dark Angel, represents Gosden team on debut and noted with yard operating 26% strike-rate here over the previous 12 months.
Homebred daughter of Zoffany represents a powerful yard, though she was unfancied at 33/1 on debut over a mile at Doncaster and duly finished a long way last in October. Market may reveal more here.
Lawman fill, 66/1 and finished dead last on debut over 7f at Chelmsford last month. Looked in need of the experience but big step forward required none the less.
Kingman filly, half-sisters to connections' leading performer Expert Eye, commands a close look on this maiden trip to the racecourse.
Tamayuz half-sister to 1m2f winner Dream Machine and 1m-1m3f winner Madeira Girl. Unfancied on debut at Windsor in August over 6f and beaten 10L in finishing down the field.
Daughter of Champs Elysees, well beaten in one start in France. Worth noting in the betting on first outing for new handler.
Daughter of Bated Breath, makes some appeal on paper, albeit some of the other newcomers appear to have more going for them.
Another out of Bated Breath in this field, trainer more than capable of having her primed for a good first showing and needs monitoring in the betting.
Lope De Vega filly, out of a dam who won at this trip, and is a half-sister to the smart Group 3 winner over 7f Regal Realm. Shaped with promise on debut at Kempton and should go well here.
Olympic Glory filly, trainer won a division of this race last year, ensuring she's another of note in a heat where a betting check will prove essential.
Filly by Lemon Drop Kid, represents leading connections on debut and makes appeal on paper. Should have ability.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Point Hope||2||9-0||9/4||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: Tom Marquand|
Clerisy (11/10), Regal Banner (5/2), Beehaar (10/1), Thakaa (11/1), Perfect Grace (14/1), Engrossed (16/1), Something Blond (16/1), Fayetta (33/1), Catalogue (66/1), Maerchengarten (66/1), Chocco Star (100/1)
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