Fairly useful gelding. 3/1, career best when winning 10-runner minor event at this C&D 14 days ago, leading 1f out. Reliable sort who should continue to go well.
Fair filly. Winner at Sandown in July. 12/1, got back on track when fourth of 14 in nursery at Lingfield (7f, AW) 16 days ago, doing especially well from widest draw. Each-way claims.
Twice-raced maiden. Went backwards from debut when tenth of 11 in maiden at Lingfield (8f, AW, 3/1) 30 days ago. Tongue strap on for 1st time.
17/2, plenty of promise when third of 9 in maiden at Wolverhampton (6.1f) on debut, making headway out wide from early in straight and finishing well. Off 132 days. Should have more to offer.
Thrice-raced maiden. Well held on much softer going than previously when twenty sixth of 27 in minor event (18/1) at Newmarket (6f, heavy) 19 days ago.
Fairly useful colt. 11/1, put experience to good use when second of 11 in minor event at York (7.9f, soft) 13 days ago, nailed on the line by a useful prospect. Makes polytrack debut.
Once-raced maiden. 33/1 and cheekpieces on, showed nothing when last of 7 in minor event at Yarmouth (6f, heavy) on debut 10 days ago.
Once-raced maiden. 7/1, offered something to work on when fifth of 11 in maiden at Lingfield (8f, AW) on debut 30 days ago. Hood on 1st time. Open to progress.
Silvestris (9/4), Baba Reza (3/1), Marks Bear (7/2), Illustrator (5/1), Absolute Scenes (13/2), George Scott (13/2), Mighty Power (8/1), Desert Vision (9/1), Hiroshi (33/1), Madad (33/1), Hell Of A Year (200/1)
SILVESTRIS put his experience to good use when runner-up a similar event at York just under a fortnight ago, unlucky to be nailed on the line by a useful prospect. He's been most consistent, and can gain a deserved first victory if taking to the polytrack surface. Marks Bear looks the main danger on paper having improved on his debut form at Goodwood 11 days ago, ahead of recent-winner Baba Reza.