16:50 Wolverhampton Fri 2 August 2019
0-4. Steps down to minimum trip on AW debut. Has a couple of pieces of smart form to his name, and may prove to be in a different league to this field despite his frustrating overall record.
Fast Company colt. Cost E42,000 as a yearling. Half-brother a couple of 5f winners. Yard have excellent record with newcomers, especially on the AW. Can get involved in uncompetitive affair.
Irish-raider who outran odds of 100-1 when sixth on debut at the Curragh (6f; good). Any improvement on that effort would entitle him to go close, and the betting should be monitored in regard to his chances.
Drops down to this minimum trip after failing to show a great deal over 6f/7f on both career starts. Makes AW debut. Would need to step up by some way on what he has shown so far in weaker events.
Ran well in a competitive affair over this trip at Hamilton (5f; good) on her latest outing. This has the look of an easier assignment, and she could well make it third time lucky on AW debut.
Well-beaten on debut over C&D when sent off at 200-1. Would be required to show abnormal improvement on the basis of that run, and others are readily preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Fizzy Feet||2||8-11||5/1||Full Result|
|T: David LoughnaneJ: B A Curtis|
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