19:15 Wolverhampton Fri 11 January 2019
Half-brother to winners including fairly useful AW winner Tangramm, but yard not associated with winning debutants, and big odds expected first time up.
Well held on debut, but much improved following a gelding operation when 5¼L fourth of 13 to San Carlos in a 7f novice at Chelmsford. Sure to win races, but drop to 5f not an obvious move, and handicaps will be where he thrives.
Half-brother to a pair of 5f winners, but he looks to need time given a couple of moderate efforts to date, and will be qualified for handicaps after this run.
Scant promise in two runs to date, even if she didn't handle Fibresand on recent return.
Half-sister to eight winners including Prix de L'Abbaye winner Gilt Edge Girl, but she has been soundly beaten on both starts to date, and another who will probably need a handicap mark to make a bigger impact.
Has an appealing pedigree, and might well have made a winning debut at Southwell but for starting slowly. Sure to improve, and should go well in a race lacking credible contenders.
Ten runs without a win, and not really progressing, but she is holding her form well in handicaps, and sets a clear standard back in novice company.
From a fine sprinting family, but while she showed ability on debut at Kempton, her latest run at Lingfield was a big backward step, and she needs this run for a handicap mark.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Desert Doctor||3||9-6||4/6||Full Result|
|T: Ed WalkerJ: Adam J McNamara|
Kadiz (1/1), Hanati (13/8), Lieutenant Conde (7/1), Storm Blitz (14/1), Speed Skater (20/1), Graceful (33/1), Amliba (50/1), Inverarity (50/1)
- Lieutenant Conde
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