16:15 Wolverhampton

SPRING CAMPAIGN has displayed some promise in both of her previous starts and the daughter of Dandy Man merits plenty of respect this evening, especially as a mark of 64 appears to be fair. Kaafy was disqualified from his second-placed finish at Catterick earlier in the week, due to weighing in light, but he could provide his supporters with some compensation today. The shortlist is completed by Far From A Ruby and One Above.
Prediction : 1st Spring Campaign 2nd Kaafy 3rd Far From A Ruby

16:50 Wolverhampton

APRES DARK was an impressive winner on his debut at Newmarket in June and Marco Botti's colt merits the utmost respect this afternoon, despite having to carry a 7lb penalty for that victory. The Princes Poet outran odds of 66/1 to finish third on his racecourse bow at Goodwood and he is a clear threat to the selection. Eva Icon failed to build on her first outing at Chepstow last time but she is still the pick of the remainder.
Prediction : 1st Apres Dark 2nd The Princes Poet 3rd Eva Icon

17:20 Wolverhampton

DANDYS DERRIERE is very hard to oppose after he was beaten just a head on his debut at Newbury by a subsequent Group 3 winner. With that experience now under his belt, Brian Meehan's gelding should take plenty of stopping this afternoon. The rest with form do not inspire much confidence which means that any market support for either of Air To Air or Luckiness would have to be noted.
Prediction : 1st Dandys Derriere 2nd Luckiness 3rd Air To Air

17:50 Wolverhampton

SHESADABBER was unable to land the hat-trick on her most recent start at Ayr when attempting to follow up a brace of victories at Hamilton. However, she has held her form nicely over the past few weeks and appears capable of taking another step forward. Independence Day has been in consistent form since the resumption of racing and he is likely to be in the mix along with Terri Rules, who placed at Lingfield on her latest start.
Prediction : 1st Shesadabber 2nd Independence Day 3rd Terri Rules

18:20 Wolverhampton

ESCALADE (third) finished ahead of Choral Work (fifth) at Ripon last month and Sir Mark Prescott's filly can confirm that form with the application of cheekpieces potentially bringing about further improvement. Choral Work was disappointing that day but a repeat of her Haydock success in novice company would give her every chance, while En Famille is likely to be suited by the step back up in trip and a first-time visor.
Prediction : 1st Escalade 2nd Choral Work 3rd En Famille

18:50 Wolverhampton

NOTION OF TIME has yet to show much in three attempts to date but the booking of Silvestre De Sousa on handicap debut might see her take the step forward required to be competitive.Swinging Eddie has been knocking on the door on his last couple of outings and can enter the reckoning along with Famous Dynasty, a winner at Lingfield on his penultimate start, and My Brother Mike.
Prediction : 1st Notion Of Time 2nd Swinging Eddie 3rd Famous Dynasty

19:20 Wolverhampton

BIZZI LIZZI created a good impression when scoring at Newmarket on debut and the extra furlong should only bring about improvement as she looks to enhance her reputation. Mountain Dreams is another first-time winner to consider and did little wrong when victorious at Yarmouth. Bint Australia was mugged late on at Pontefract and will be on the scoresheet sooner rather than later, while Date In Vegas was third to Ricetta on her first outing and could better that effort now.
Prediction : 1st Bizzi Lizzi 2nd Bint Australia 3rd Date In Vegas

19:50 Wolverhampton

Course-and-distance winner DEFTERA LAD had to settle for third when sent off favourite in search of back-to-back victories last week, but Sylvester Kirk's eight-year-old holds leading claims once again off the same rating. Vivacious Spirit was only beaten a neck when second in that contest and is also right at the top of the shortlist, while Freedom And Wheat went close on the same card and is another to note.
Prediction : 1st Deftera Lad 2nd Vivacious Spirit 3rd Freedom And Wheat

20:20 Wolverhampton

WRATH OF HECTOR, a winner at Yarmouth on his penultimate start, travelled nicely for a long way when fourth at Lingfield last week and had to take the widest path of all for most of that 6f contest. The move up to 7f will suit and the return of Silvestre De Sousa to the saddle is a positive. Malmesbury Abbey was a beaten favourite when fourth at Kempton last time and is interesting on his first appearance of the summer, while the useful Rock Of Redmond has shaped nicely since the restart and can't be ignored.
Prediction : 1st Wrath Of Hector 2nd Malmesbury Abbey 3rd Rock Of Redmond

07/08/2020 Wolverhampton Acca