Small fields at Wolverhampton make for a Placepot that will be light on the wallet, whatever the outcome.
"The straight play in this maiden is Taweyla, a consistent performer in her four maidens so far who is race-fit and proven under conditions."
14:40 - The Yank is hard to knock in terms of consistency and will probably stay, but we can be even more confident about Delagoa Bay's suitability to conditions given she's a C&D winner who proved similarly reliable in 2014.
15:10 - Fashion Line would make a realistic alternative to Don't Be though the favourite, who's won her last four starts, affords us so much more solid an option that she's worth taking a cut in our potential returns.
15:40 - This is a competitive race nonetheless dominated by John Reel and Urban Castle. We can leave out the first-named and warm favourite, taking instead Urban Castle who had any amount in hand when winning last time, alongside the consistent Entihaa.
16:10 - The straight play in this maiden is Taweyla, a consistent performer in her four maidens so far who is race-fit and proven under conditions.
16:40 - It's so difficult to have faith in any of these that we'll have to take the cowardly approach. Yair Hill and Hardy Black have the best form on offer and both have offered it recently.
17:10 - Solar Deity appeals to us more than Chookie Royale in the last leg. He has a stronger body of form over this trip and ran up to a smart level in a handicap here on Boxing Day.
14:40 - 6
15:10 - 2
15:40 - 1, 7
16:10 - 8
16:40 - 2, 5
17:10 - 6
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