14:10 Wolverhampton Fri 16 August 2019
Runner-up over C&D last month on sole AW start, well held since at Sandown in a better race than this. Obvious claims from this perch back here with Murphy booked.
Dandy Man colt, three solid performances under his belt in 5f turf novice/maiden contests. Makes AW/handicap bow here and need close monitoring in betting with improved effort likely.
Kyllachy colt's debut effort over C&D in May was a promising one, though he has taken a couple of backwards steps since. Handicap debut, can do better.
Hasn't looked the most straightforward at times, including last time after gelding operation. Makes debut on this surface, others preferred.
Zebedee gelding has shown hints of ability in four turf runs, though didn't really improve on handicap bow at Musselburgh (5f, good) last time. First AW run, capable of doing better.
Free Eagle filly, didn't run badly at Bath last time over this sort of trip. Likely will want further in time to be at best but worth a peek in the market on this AW/handicap bow.
Muhaarar filly, let supporters down on debut in 6f Newmarket maiden in June but shaped better in soft-ground Lingfield novice over 5f on third start. Goes handicapping here and bears some thought with better to come.
Modest form in novice company but open to improvement now in a handicap for the first time. Would only be of interest should market speak in favour.
Unplaced in six turf starts so far, will have to improve on the best of those now sporting first-time blinkers for this AW bow.
Not shown a lot in six turf runs, but her best effort arrived in a 6f seller around this track on penultimate outing. Poor since and this contest will require better still.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Macho Lady||2||9-2||5/1||Full Result|
|T: D O'MearaJ: M Harley|
Beignet (3/1), Oribi (7/2), Queenoftheclyde (6/1), Ma Boy Harris (6/1), Invincible Bertie (7/1), Beautrix (10/1), Hollywood Waltz (12/1), Walton Thorns (12/1), A Go Go (16/1), Call Me Cheers (18/1), Comeatchoo (25/1)
- Ma Boy Harris
- Invincible Bertie
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