17:00 Wolverhampton

LOOE P LOOE was only narrowly denied over 1m4f at this venue a month ago and the drop in trip could help the three-year-old to get off the mark here. Aurophobia has not been disgraced on either start since winning at Southwell in January and she is an obvious threat. Others who make the shortlist are Star Sight, Skyblue Expert and Wolf Of Kingstreet.
Prediction : 1st Looe P Looe 2nd Aurophobia 3rd Star Sight

17:30 Wolverhampton

GATWICK KITTEN showed some promise on his return to action at Lingfield three weeks ago and he could be hard to stop now switched back to classified company. Martineo made the frame in a similar event at Southwell last time and that form gives him a decent chance, while Cheese The One and Macon Belle are also capable of going well.
Prediction : 1st Gatwick Kitten 2nd Martineo 3rd Cheese The One

18:00 Wolverhampton

Hashtagmetoo won over C&D two starts ago but was beaten off this mark at Kempton last time. With that in mind, marginal preference is for STARFIGHTER, who has been running well enough in defeat of late and he was only a nose behind Hashtagmetoo at Kempton. Haven Lady is another with valid form claims, while Belle Of Annandale should not be discounted on her return.
Prediction : 1st Starfighter 2nd Hashtagmetoo 3rd Haven Lady

18:30 Wolverhampton

This could be a good opportunity for COPPER BAY, who stepped up on her debut when staying on for second in a 6f maiden at Chelmsford last month. George Scott's filly can improve again and is narrowly preferred to Woolhampton, whose third in a 5f Newbury Listed contest in August sets a clear standard but she has a 167-day absence to overcome. Pearly Star is a half-sister to an all-weather winner and warrants resect on debut.
Prediction : 1st Copper Bay 2nd Woolhampton 3rd Pearly Star

19:00 Wolverhampton

MELLYS FLYER hinted his turn may be near when a decent third at Kempton latest and he drops back to his last winning mark (on turf) here, with the booking of a 3lb claimer further reducing the weight he carries. C&D winner Bang On The Bell also performed well for a bronze medal off 1lb higher latest and must be considered, while Shades Of Summer should take much closer order now dropped in class and in the ratings.
Prediction : 1st Mellys Flyer 2nd Shades Of Summer 3rd Bang On The Bell

19:30 Wolverhampton

The first division of this classified stakes looks a tricky puzzle for punters to solve and only a tentative vote goes to BLACKCURRENT. Alan Brown's gelding has been running well in defeat since landing a similar event at Newcastle last month and another bold bid looks likely from this course winner. May Remain was only denied by a neck when second in this sphere on his penultimate outing and has leading claims on that form, while the returning Reckon I'm Hot has form in handicaps from last summer to give him a big shout.
Prediction : 1st Blackcurrent 2nd May Remain 3rd Reckon Im Hot

20:00 Wolverhampton

BILLIAN was narrowly denied in handicap company at Southwell last month but, down in class and with Kevin Stott back aboard, Philip Kirby's five-year-old can go one better this evening. Embla landed a similar contest on her latest outing and another bold bid would appear to be on the cards, while Another Angel, who has been largely consistent in recent starts, might not be far away either.
Prediction : 1st Billian 2nd Embla 3rd Another Angel

20:30 Wolverhampton

In an open contest, only a tentative vote can go to AMAZING AMAYA. Derek Shaw's mare just held off the reopposing Rockley Point (second) over C&D 22 days ago and she is now 4lb worse off with that rival. However, the selection is berthed kindly out of stall one, as opposed to the latter in stall 10, and that could see her uphold that form en route to another success. Glorious Charmer remains in good form and must be considered, while the unexposed Show Compassion can't be ruled out either.
Prediction : 1st Amazing Amaya 2nd Rockley Point 3rd Glorious Charmer