13:25 Wolverhampton Sun 19 January 2020
A maiden after 11 starts who was placed a few time last year. Well beaten, however, when favourite over C&D last month and again at Lingfield 15 days ago. Dropping in the weights but needs to return to somewhere near his best.
Dual winner in Ireland (6f/7f) including on the AW. Ran fairly on both her runs for this yard and is well handicapped on her best Irish form. Reportedly bled from the nose 15 days ago which makes her a risky proposition.
Won a Redcar seller (7f) in May but has struggled in all three runs since. Should appreciate returning to this grade but his AW record is moderate (0-12) and this trip may well be beyond his optimum.
Placed off 92 in June 2017 but his mark has nosedived since then. First flashes of a return to form dropped to this C&D last time, finishing in fifth and is interesting now dropping into selling company. Keep an eye on the market.
Irish-trained mare who has been struggling to make an impact since in her native land. Ran a better over C&D two starts ago and is closely matched with Burguillos. Her best form has been in the UK and, this is a further drop in class.
Not gone on from narrow C&D win in April, and has actually looked regressive since. Now races off his winning mark after a 170-day break but will need to have been freshened up considerably during his absence.
Hadn't shown any worthwhile form until winning here (1m1½f) in December at 50/1 and finished second, beaten 1L, two days later. That's amongst the best recent form on offer and she is a leading player once again.
Twice a course winner (1m½f/1m1½f). Generally travels well but needs things to drop his way from a hold-up position, with his last run panning out better than the two before. Has each-way chances.
No improvement with first-time headgear and tongue-tie removed last time (without either now). Hasn't been at his best for a while but is dangerously well handicapped if there's any market support.
19-race maiden who ran a moderate race at Newcastle (1m4½f) last month. Should appreciate a return to this trip and was placed off 11lb higher last winter. Has place claims if bouncing back.
Third in a Redcar claimer in October 2018 but her two runs since, 12 months apart, have been uninspiring. Can't be recommended on recent evidence.
Last Year's Winner
Waitaki (3/1), Pike Corner Cross (7/2), Mojambo (4/1), Vipin (4/1), Seaforth (8/1), Turquoise Friendly (8/1), Lappet (10/1), Klipperty Klopp (11/1), Burguillos (16/1), Alpha Tauri (16/1), Magwadiri (20/1), Mans Not Trot (50/1), Go Annie Go (100/1)
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