17:00 Wolverhampton Tue 26 March 2019
Veteran was successful at Bath last summer but now 7lb higher and only twice successful on the AW. Well beaten in recent hurdle starts and best watched.
Form regressed in four starts since September 2017 win and presumably has been hard to train. Sold for 2,500gns and one to watch on stable and seasonal debut.
Steps up in trip following two disappointing runs since Chester win. Needs to prove she stays this far and is as effective on the AW. Others preferred on seasonal debut.
Sole win came off 6lb lower and probably needs a further ease in the weights. Latest run on the fibresand can be forgiven but remains inconsistent.
Last win on the Flat came in 2015 but solely campaigned over obstacles since joining current yard. Hard to fancy on first run since July 2017 and stable quiet at present.
Potentially well handicapped and goes well over this C&D but hard to be confident in following three poor runs including when tailed-off on stable debut.
Has seemed ideally suited by 1m4f but is at least improving in latest four starts and worth a try at this trip. A leading chance if able to transfer form from the polytrack.
Front-runner returned from an absence with a win over this trip at Chelmsford and ran to a similar level when second over this C&D behind Tour De Paris. May struggled to reverse form as he got an easy lead but holds possibilities.
Last three wins came here but the last came back in 2017. Well below that level in latest starts and needs to raise his game. Declared Wolverhampton Monday.
Remains a maiden after 14 starts and proving inconsistent of late. Solid second over two miles at Kempton latest but drop in trip looks a negative.
Just one win from 23 starts and yet to score on the AW. Falling in the handicap but recent five starts have been very poor and remains unconvincing.
Nine-race maiden and has yet to offer any signs of a breakthrough success. Needs to improve for step up in trip.
Last Year's Winner
Tour de Paris (2/1), Geordielad (5/2), Top Rock Talula (4/1), Hussar Ballad (4/1), Big Sigh (11/2), Ebqaa (11/1), Demophon (14/1), Seventii (20/1), Hediddodinthe (33/1), Brigadoon (33/1), Midas Maggie (50/1), Folies Bergeres (66/1), Guaracha (100/1)
- Tour de Paris
- Top Rock Talula
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