19:55 Wolverhampton Wed 6 November 2019
Remains a maiden after six starts and has shown very little to suggest that first success is coming soon. He was 11th of 14 on his latest effort at Lingfield (1m2f). Is up in trip now. Others appeal much more.
A C&D winner whose last success came back in June at Chelmsford (1m6f). Came home sixth of 16 over that same C&D last time. Is dropping down in distance and is very capable of success at this level. Leading contender .
Scored over this C&D last December but has only prevailed once since then. Finished sixth off 11 over this C&D on his latest appearance. One for the shortlist as he is capable of more than his recent form.
Was successful at L'Ancresse on his penultimate start. Failed to follow that up last time though as he came home at the rear of eight runners at Brighton (1m2f). One to consider on his latest appearance at this level.
Has yet to score in 20 starts. His last three runs have come over hurdles where he has been unable to hit the frame, including when he was sixth of 12 at Market Rasen (2m½f) last time out. Set for his first run for his new yard here. Best to watch.
Is still looking for her first win. She did run well on her penultimate start at Windsor (1m12f) as she was third of 11 runners. Needs to bounce back from her latest effort at Chelmsford (1m2f) as she was a long way down the field.
Has not come close yet to her first win in nine outings. She was fifth of 12 here over this C&D two starts ago, while last time she came home at the rear of five runners in a 2m handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter. Needs to improve.
His record reads 0-13 but he has been much better on his last two starts, including latest when he was just 1½L away in fourth place of 15 at Yarmouth (1m2f). Cheekpieces are on for the first time. Has each-way claims.
Has shown very little in her five starts to date. She was was 12th of 15 on her last run at Ffos Las (1m6f). This is her first run back since wind surgery and is making her opening appearance on the AW. Best to watch.
A maiden after three outings. Has been a long way down the field in each of those starts. including latest at Kempton (7f). Blinkers are on for the first time. Needs to take a huge stride forward here in order to be in the mix at the finish.
Was much better on her opening start for her new yard on her latest run over this C&D last month when she was fifth of 10. Cheekpieces are on the first time here. Remains open to improvement at this trip. Can't discount
Has struggled in all three of his appearances, including last time at this course over 1m1½f when he had just one horse behind him in a nine runner contest. Is stepping up in distance now. Needs to improve.
Last Year's Winner
Sunhill Lad (7/2), Herm (5/1), Ember's Glow (11/2), Lynchpin (8/1), Noverre Dancer (17/2), Carvelas (9/1), Miss Harriett (12/1), Delta Bravo (12/1), Brilliant Riposte (33/1), Pot Luck (33/1), Pukka Tique (33/1), Tops No (40/1)
- Ember's Glow
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