16:20 Wolverhampton

A drop in trip can see MY BOY JACK build on a decent third at Newcastle, given he was headed inside the final furlong over 6f. He retains the mark from that run and looks capable of finally getting off the mark, although Fair And Square was a good second over C&D most recently and will be dangerous. Amor De Mi Vida could improve on recent efforts, while Griggy can't be written off just yet.
Prediction : 1st My Boy Jack 2nd Fair And Square 3rd Amor De Mi Vida

16:50 Wolverhampton

Denied by just a neck at Chelmsford last week, a chance can be taken with SPANISH ANGEL, who is able to compete from the same rating and that performance was a big step back in the right direction. Jordan Williams takes 5lb off Level Up's back with his claim, which will help in his bid to atone for a Chelmsford near-miss. Yaahobby is another to note.
Prediction : 1st Spanish Angel 2nd Level Up 3rd Yaahobby

17:20 Wolverhampton

A wide-open contest in which a chance is taken on the Karl Burke-trained newcomer JAHIDIN. The Kheleyf gelding is out of a Listed winner in France over five and a half furlongs and he is fancied to know what is required of him. Burena has offered plenty of encouragement in both starts so far and can build on her most recent third at Kempton. Remunerator is another debutant to consider.
Prediction : 1st Jahidin 2nd Burena 3rd Remunerator

17:50 Wolverhampton

GUITAR displayed more spark in the first-time blinkers to finish a half-length third at Lingfield last week and he can build on that now dropped from 1m2f. Caracristi arrives in good heart after a string of good efforts in defeat and has to be considered off the same mark as when third over C&D. Fast Danseuse ran her best race of the campaign when beaten just over two lengths at Chelmsford and is another to consider if able to overcome her wide draw.
Prediction : 1st Guitar 2nd Caracristi 3rd Fast Danseuse

18:20 Wolverhampton

With solid form thin on the ground, this rates a good opportunity for SHABS to gain a first success. The Martin Smith-trained gelding was narrowly denied over a mile at Newcastle last month and a 2lb rise shouldn't prevent another bold bid. Twistaline finished back in fifth that day, but a 4lb pull might see her put up more of a challenge. He's So Brazen should appreciate the return to this C&D after his second two starts ago.
Prediction : 1st Shabs 2nd Twistaline 3rd Hes So Brazen

18:50 Wolverhampton

Exciting News has the highest official rating, but does have some questions to answer after some lacklustre performances over the sticks. Lord Paramount rates a more solid proposition after making the frame at Kempton and may have more to offer over this extra furlong, but a chance is taken on BEGGARMANS ROAD. The Karl Burke-trained three-year-old is a full-brother to a decent winner over this trip and may well be up to the task at the first time of asking.
Prediction : 1st Beggarmans Road 2nd Lord Paramount 3rd Exciting News

19:20 Wolverhampton

The application of cheekpieces is an interesting tactic with TOTHENINES and may prompt extra from the Karl Burke-trained gelding as he bids to register his first win over this trip. He went close off this mark at Southwell 19 days ago and is worth another chance in this sort of company. Royal Musketeer was just behind the selection in that race and can again go close, while Chola Empire is open to improvement and warrants consideration too.
Prediction : 1st Tothenines 2nd Royal Musketeer 3rd Chola Empire

19:50 Wolverhampton

HAKU has flourished since joining Mark Loughnane's yard and the lightly-raced gelding has been found a good opportunity to brush aside the 6lb penalty he picks up for a smooth success at Kempton last week. Victory March is highly respected on his fine recent form and can go well again. Bakersboy reverts to racing in a visor and is another to bear in mind.
Prediction : 1st Haku 2nd Victory March 3rd Bakersboy

20:20 Wolverhampton

MAFIA POWER is on an attractive mark in comparison to his peak form when with Richard Hannon and showed he retains ability by winning his solitary start for Mick Appleby over track and trip in October. Two subsequent near-misses for Archie Watson suggests the gelding has responded well to any changes in his training regime and he looks the one to beat. Richard R H B won this a couple of years ago and is a threat with cheekpieces now applied, while dual C&D winner Busby is also considered.
Prediction : 1st Mafia Power 2nd Richard R H B 3rd Busby