17:50 Wolverhampton Wed 6 November 2019
Prevailed at Nottingham (6f) last time out on his second start of his career where he made all after going off as the 9/4 favourite. Will need to carry a penalty here but he remains open to improvement. Big player.
Kingman colt who was foaled on April 22. He is a half-brother to 1m2f winner Midas Touch and Coronet who scored over 1m4f. Will wear a hood on debut. Interesting newcomer who is worth considering.
Slade Power colt who was foaled on April 5 and cost €11,000 as a yearling. His dam scored over 1m. He is a half-brother to multiple-winners, including Mr Orange who prevailed over 6f. Likely type on debut.
Failed to shine on his debut at this course (7f) last month as he came back at the rear of eight runners after going off at 50/1. Will need to take a huge step forward on his second start here to be in the mix.
Was a long way down the field in last place of 11 on his debut at Kempton (7f) after starting at 100/1. Needs to improve a lot this time around. Visor is on for the first time. Hard to fancy on the evidence of his opening start.
Improved on the second start of his career over this C&D last time when he was third of nine runners. Made good progress in the second half of the race after a slow start. Worth consideration on this latest attempt.
Society Rock gelding who was foaled on March 1 and cost €70,000 as a yearling. His dam was a maiden who stayed 7f. Is a half-brother to 1m winner Noosa Prince. Market likely to say a lot about his chances.
Was fourth of eight runners on his debut at Windsor (5f). He then finished eighth of 20 at Newbury over the extended 6f trip. Set for his first start on the AW here. Will need to improve on what he has shown to date.
Heeraat filly who was foaled on February 20. Her dam won over 6f as a two-year-old and went on to prevail over 7f too. Is an outsider on her opening appearance. Likely to improve with experience.
Made an encouraging start to her career when she was third of 14 runners at Salisbury (6f). Is open to improvement from that debut appearance, therefore, she is one for the shortlist on this latest bid.
Was prominent on her debut over this C&D before weakening in the closing stages to finish sixth of nine runners. Needs to improve on her second start. Others make far more of an appeal.
Struggled on her opening run at this course over 7f as she was slowly away and never really got into the contest, eventually finishing 10th of 11. Stepping down in trip here. Others are preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Michael StouteJ: Jason Watson|
Moosmee (5/2), Gossip (3/1), Arbiter (5/1), Shine On Brendan (6/1), Waddat (8/1), I'm Watching You (12/1), Blake's Vision (22/1), Skyllachy (25/1), Kingmans Spirit (28/1), Heer I Am (66/1), Gypsy Traveller (150/1), Lady Dandy (150/1), Dabbersgirl (200/1)
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