14:00 Wolverhampton Sun 19 January 2020
Seven-race maiden who has been well beaten on all starts in Ireland. Officially rated 43 and likely to struggle once again.
Showed a bit ability in six juvenile starts for Karl Burke in 2018. First start for a new yard after 485-days off. Gelded in the interim and not discounted on his peak form but best watched unless there is market positivity.
£3,000 three-year-old, Intello gelding; he's a half-brother to eight winners on Flat, including useful 6f/7f winner Indignant. Beaten 47L in a bumper at Lingfield (Polytrack) 12 days ago. Tongue-tie dispensed with and maybe better in handicaps.
Bated Breath gelding. Half-brother to several top-class performers, including dual Group 1 winner One Master. Ran well on both starts, including when second over C&D last time, and sets a fair standard. Strong contender.
Helmet gelding who cost 150,000 guineas as a yearling but was sold unraced last year for just £1,500. Showed little on his first two outings (1m/1m2f) but much improved dropped in trip last time (6f). Needs to improve again, but not a great deal.
€130,000 yearling from the family of brilliant sprinter Overdose. Only two starts so far, six months apart, the most recent in June at Windsor (6f) where she finished fifth. Has shown some ability and open to improvement.
Last Year's Winner
Prompting (1/3), Meghan Sparkle (5/1), Treble Clef (7/1), Mucho Talento (28/1), Mister Dependable (33/1), King Citric (50/1)
- Meghan Sparkle
- Treble Clef
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