C&D winner. 3½ lengths seventh of 9 to Clinician in handicap at Wolverhampton (7.2f, 7/2) 32 days ago, slowly away. Needs to improve.
Promising type. Winner at Chelmsford City in September. 5/1, creditable second of 7 in handicap at Newmarket (7f, heavy) 18 days ago. Looks competitive on form and won't be far away.
Winner at Leicester in August. Creditable third of 9 in handicap (7/4) at Wolverhampton (6.1f) 22 days ago. Makes polytrack debut. One to consider.
Promising type. 1 win from 3 runs this year. 4/1, career best when winning 9-runner handicap at Wolverhampton (7.2f) 32 days ago, bit in hand. Has to be taken seriously once again.
Eleven runs since last win in 2019. 80/1, eleventh of 14 in handicap at this C&D 14 days ago, not much room. Hard to fancy in current form.
Thrice-raced winner. Winner at Wolverhampton in June. Fifth of 14 in handicap (17/2) at this C&D 64 days ago. Needs to improve.
16/1, eleventh of 15 in handicap at Chelmsford City (8f) 20 days ago. Tongue strap on 1st time. Others make more appeal.
Rule 4 applies to all bets - deduction 15p in the pound
Areehaa (2/1), Clinician (10/3), Dancing Feet (5/1), Serenading (11/2), Rubia Bella (13/2), Tuscan Oasis (12/1), Adelante (28/1), Taste The Nectar (66/1)
CLINICIAN looks a progressive filly and she can follow up her Wolverhampton victory here off a 5 lb higher mark. Her stablemate Areehaa may be the biggest danger after a creditable run at Newmarket earlier this month and she is also proven on the surface. Serenading has won her last two. and whilst she has been raised 10 lb for her latest win, she can't be ruled out.