20:00 Wolverhampton Mon 9 September 2019
Won a Class 4 handicap at Newcastle over 1m2f in February off 70 but has lost his way since, beaten more than 10L over that C&D last time from 6lb lower. Questions to answer currently.
Sir Percy filly was a C&D winner in April and held her form on the AW afterwards. Has contested tough turf handicaps most recently and can be a big player in this contest sporting first-time cheekpieces.
Won a seller over C&D in June, defying odd of 50-1 as he did, is just 3-36 all told though did run competitive race here over shorter trip in this grade last time. Others retain more pressing claims.
Seven-race maiden, twice finished third in handicaps since joining James Fanshawe, over 1m1½f here and 1m4f at Kempton. Must hold a chance dropped into claiming company.
Zebedee filly is an 18-race maiden and the positives have few and far between so far, easier to look somewhere else for potential winner.
Showed some promise in novice company last year over 7f/1m and may have needed the run in last month's handicap debut at Kempton over a mile. Tackles this trip for the first time and interesting should market be in favour.
Daughter of Motivator was a C&D winner in May last year for Eve Johnson Houghton off a mark of 56. Failed hurdles career after and hasn't been able to threaten in seven starts since joining this trainer. Up against it in current mood.
Last Year's Winner
Vampish (4/7), Hooflepuff (9/4), Thawry (12/1), Rusper's Gift (18/1), Shovel It On (20/1), Interrogation (20/1), Roser Moter (66/1), Misty Breese (125/1)
- Rusper's Gift
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