17:55 Wolverhampton Sat 21 September 2019
Winner of a soft-ground York seller in June for Adrian Nicholls but below that in four starts since. Makes stable debut on a track that suits and weighted to be competitive.
Six-race maiden hasn't yet matched his form from early in the year. If he returned to that level he'd be very well weighted but that remains a question.
Son of Es Que Love gelded ahead of debut; a fifth foal and a brother to 5f AW winner Giacomo Casanova and a half brother to a Spanish winner. Hard to fancy making his debut at this level.
Five-race maiden returned to front-running tactics following a gelding operation when fifth over this C&D. Faces a stiff task though off these terms. First time visor added.
Five-race maiden has proved regressive in three starts since his first two promising efforts. Major danger off these terms if back to his best but hard to be confident he will be on AW debut.
Eight-race and inconsistent maiden on turf now makes AW debut. Poor effort in a seller latest but suited by the drop back to a sprinting trip. More needed.
Son of Cable Bay and a second foal to an unraced dam; Cost €3,500 as a yearling and may need further in time. Hard to fancy on debut.
£13,000 War Command filly out of an unraced half-sister to a Group 3 winner. Not unfancied but well beaten on Bath debut in May and she needs to improve significantly following an absence.
Failed to build on moderate promise of her first two starts when well beaten at Carlisle and now a first-time visor added. Much more needed.
Remains a maiden following seven starts but has gone close on a few occasions. Took a while to get going over this C&D last time and perhaps the visor could be the answer.
Not disgraced on her second and third start from three runs so far but faces a hard ask at these weights. First time cheekpieces added and probably best watched.
Last Year's Winner
|3||The Galla Girl||2||8-9||66/1||Full Result|
|T: D P QuinnJ: Gina Mangan|
Amnaa (9/4), Bezzas Lad (9/2), Mr Fudge (5/1), Sparkling Breeze (6/1), Chromium (7/1), Javea Magic (9/1), Call Me Cheers (10/1), Amazon Princess (16/1), Baracca Rocks (22/1), Goodman Square (33/1), Don'tstophimnow (50/1), Worthamonkey (50/1), Is She The One (50/1)
- Mr Fudge
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