15:00 Wolverhampton Tue 9 July 2019
Yet to add to debut win here but while he has been disappointing on turf the last twice, he will have place possibilities once again returning to an AW surface.
Best suited by this trip and her sole win from 25 starts came over this C&D off 12lb higher. Ran with some encouragement following a short break in a seller but more needed.
Sole win from 13 starts came over 6f here off just 3lb higher. Return to the minimum distance isn't a concern but is proving a hard horse to predict.
Gained a first win at Newcastle over this trip back in March (now 27 career starts) and just 1lb higher. That came in the basement grade and he's been disappointing at this level since. Others preferred.
Unplaced in four starts on the AW and well beaten in five starts since joining this stable. Hard to make a case for at present.
13-race maiden for Richard Hughes was tailed off on his stable debut at Chepstow in May and very easy to oppose for now.
Remains a 12-race maiden but much improved in three most recent starts, which have been to a similar level. Switch to front running tactics has seemingly helped and likely to be involved again.
Just one win from 29 starts and that came in July 2017 off 22lb higher. Has only had three previous AW runs but has gone well here previously and her last two turf runs would put her right in this.
Former C&D winner and placed regularly but just three wins from 49 starts, the last of which came over 6f on turf in 2017. Place possibilities on recent form but needs to raise his game for an overdue win.
Has now accumulated 69 runs without a breakthrough win but has been racing at her peak of late, including a second from 11lb out of the handicap last time. Hard to be confident in but place chances again.
Last Year's Winner
Arnoul Of Metz (7/2), Always Amazing (9/2), Avon Green (5/1), Angel Eyes (5/1), Aquadabra (15/2), Furni Factors (8/1), Le Manege Enchante (10/1), Alfie's Angel (12/1), Mysusy (12/1), Celerity (25/1), Dandy Lad (50/1)
- Angel Eyes
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