19:45 Wolverhampton Tue 12 March 2019
Has already bagged two similar contests and has been impressive on both occasions. She has clocked modest speed figures and she should be vulnerable under a double penalty, but the opposition lacks depth in quality.
Half-brother to winners including fairly useful AW winner Tangramm. Has only beaten one home in both starts and hard to see cheekpieces being able to compensate.
His first two runs in Ireland indicate he will take all the beating here as he should have a rating of about 80, the same mark as With Caution from whom he receive 9lb. Finished lame before joining new yard for 20,000 gns and has been gelded since.
A Paco Boy gelding out of a half-sister to 1m2f Listed race winner Diploma. Slowly away on debut when looking in real need of the experience but acquitted himself well. Will need further in time
By Coach House out of a Dubawi mare who cut little ice in bumpers. Likely to be one of the outsiders as he bids to improve on a moderate debut display.
Belied odds of 25/1 on debut before finding one too good when an odds-on favourite. This looks harder than either of those races but she does at least get a generous allowance.
Lethal Force half-sister to a couple of 7f winners. Stable not usually associated with debut winners and she has been dealt a modest draw.
Full-sister to the owner's useful 7f-1m handicapper Alfred Hutchinson who has eight AW victories to his name. In the care of a trainer who can ready one first time so worth checking in the market.
Last Year's Winner
With Caution (6/5), Pass The Vino (9/4), Plumette (5/1), Sea Storm (7/1), Puzzle (12/1), Polaris Angel (50/1), Inverarity (100/1), Sharrabang (100/1)
- With Caution
- Pass The Vino
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