19:00 Wolverhampton Tue 5 March 2019
Front-runner, won three of last five including last two for John Joseph Murphy at Dundalk. Set a strong pace on stable debut and paid late on. Formerly progressive and well drawn now down in grade.
Never got involved over 1m2f at Chelmsford but likely to be better suited by this surface and drop in trip. Edging down in the weights and can be competitive.
Hasn't tasted success since last year's Spring Mile and now 6lb lower. Remains potentially well handicapped, however was disappointing at Lingfield latest and this is tougher.
Won over 7f here in December 2017 but then not seen again until October last year. Five poor runs since and remains best watched.
Both wins came over this C&D for previous yard and remains 3lb higher. Well-backed favourite here last start and proved unlucky in the run. Likely he has plenty more to offer for this stable and interesting if there is market support again.
!2-race maiden but knocking on the door in last two of three starts for new yard since leaving Ed Dunlop. Further progress required in what is a tougher contest.
Dropping to an attractive mark but latest five starts have been very disappointing. All three career wins come with cheekpieces on and they're now removed so plenty of cause for concern.
Lost his way towards the end of his time with Richard Fahey and not much encouragement in a couple of runs for his new yard this year. Remains one to oppose.
Three-time C&D winner with four of five career wins coming here. On a competitive enough mark but all wins have come in a lower grade and may find this tough again.
Last Year's Winner
Decoration Of War (13/8), High Acclaim (5/1), Come On Tier (5/1), Confrontational (6/1), Roman De Brut (7/1), Shyron (7/1), Global Style (8/1), International Law (10/1), Blacklooks (33/1), Gabrial's Kaka (100/1)
- Decoration Of War
- Come On Tier
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