17:25 Wolverhampton Sat 21 September 2019
Not the most consistent on turf and has a much better record on the AW so should appreciate the switch. However out of form of late and all winning form over further.
Debuted for this yard with a short-head second at Lingfield and then a 9L second at Brighton. Interesting switching back to the AW and a breakthrough win at this level is a possibility.
Inconsistent 14-race maiden returns following an absence of over a year. Faces a stiff task at the weights and others preferred.
Remains a maiden following 26 starts and makes stable debut after leaving Ruth Carr. Needs to lift on recent form and hard to get carried away with.
Well beaten in her first three starts and some improvement at Bath last time, however the time was slow and questionable whether the form will stack up. Others preferred.
In fine and consistent form at Musselburgh with a win and two places in a row. Remains on a good mark but her best form has come at that track and yet to convince on the AW (well beaten both previous visits here).
Irish raider and a six-race maiden who has been very poor in all starts so far. Hard to make any sort of case for.
Seven-race maiden has disappointed in two starts since joining this yard, including over this C&D. Needs to raise her game significantly and others look stronger candidates.
Just two wins from 20 starts so far although one from four on an AW surface. Bit below best of late but may have more to offer back on a synthetic surface. One to note on course debut.
Remains an eight-race maiden and inconsistent so far. Capable off these terms if at her best but she remains unpredictable and others more convincing.
Last Year's Winner
Swell Song (3/1), One One Seven (4/1), Raffle King (4/1), Katherine Place (9/2), Thornaby Princess (5/1), Lord Of The Glen (5/1), Dodgy Bob (14/1), Mysusy (16/1), Scarlet Red (20/1), Dandy Pearl (33/1), Mocead Cappall (33/1)
- Katherine Place
- One One Seven
- Thornaby Princess
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