16:50 Wolverhampton Wed 6 November 2019
A C&D winner who often produces his best form at this track. He was successful here back in April over the slightly longer trip of 1m1½f but has been unable to follow that up five attempts since. Can't discount.
Was not too far away over this C&D three runs ago when he was fourth of 13, beaten by 2¾L. Has been well held on his last two attempts though, including latest at Southwell (1m) where he was eighth of 14. Down 2lb but others appeal more.
Scored over this C&D back in April from this mark. Was not too far away last time when he was third of 10 on the AW at Kempton (1m), beaten by 1¼L. Remains off the same mark. Leading contender.
Remains a maiden after 13 starts but he came really close to success three runs ago at Ripon (1m2f) when he was second of six, beaten by a neck. Looks to still be off a workable mark. One to consider.
Has yet to score in nine attempts but she has been running well at this track in her last four starts. She was fifth of 12 here (1m1½f) last time out. Drops down 1lb in the weights. One to think about.
His sole success came at Yarmouth (1m) in July 2018. Has not looked like adding to his tally recently, including on his more recent outing at Salisbury (1m) where he came home at the rear of nine runners. Has since had a wind-op. Best to watch.
Lightly-raced gelding who has yet to score in five attempts. Did not beat a single horse last time on his first start for his new yard in an 11 runner contest at Yarmouth (1m3½f). Has been eased 3lb. Others are preferred.
Is still looking for her first win after 28 starts but she has come close on a number of occasions this year, including when she was beaten by a short-head here back in January. Was disappointing at Beverley (1m2f) last time. Needs to bounce back.
Is still a maiden but has improved since joining handicap company. Was disappointing last time at Gowran Park (1m) back in September. Has been dropped 1lb in the weights. Worth consideration from this mark.
His form has yet to improve since joining handicapping company. He was seventh of 10 at this course last time over 1m1½f. Is dropping back down in trip and is 5lb lower in the weights. Others appeal more.
Produced one of his best runs to date on his latest outing at Chepstow (1m) when he was fourth of 15 with blinkers on for the first time. Has an each-way chance on his return to action here.
Last Year's Winner
|9||It's Not Unusual||3||9-10||11/4||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Thomas Greatrex|
Tio Esteban (3/1), Barbarosa (7/2), King Oswald (11/2), I Think So (7/1), Is It Off (8/1), Medici Moon (9/1), Kybosh (14/1), Confab (14/1), Top Offer (14/1), Transpennine Gold (18/1), Carlow Boy (28/1), Zarkavon (33/1), Johni Boxit (50/1)
- Medici Moon
- I Think So
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