Timeform provide the three best bets at Wolverhampton on Tuesday evening.
"...has been gelded in the off-season and looks the one to beat..."
Timeform on Boss Power
Boss Power progressed nicely last year, winning at Yarmouth and this course (over a mile and three quarters) and could have even more to offer this season. He was disappointing on his final start at Haydock, but perhaps wasn't suited by softer ground on that occasion, and it is interesting leading connections are persevering with him. Boss Power has been gelded in the off-season and looks the one to beat.
Marshall Plan shaped with plenty of promise when finishing third to his better fancied and potentially smart stablemate at Lingfield 11 days ago, looking in need of the experience and leaving the impression he would come on a fair bit for the experience. The step up to a mile and a half could also unlock further progress based on his pedigree, and he can make the most of the 7 lb he receives from previous winner Bandinelli.
This is a competitive sprint handicap but preference is for the Mick Appleby-trained For Peat's Sake, who proved better than ever in first-time cheekpieces when opening his account at Newcastle a fortnight ago. He is a quirky sort, but the new headgear appeared to straighten him out, and he could kick on again now having got his head in front.
Boss Power - 18:40 Wolverhampton
23% - Sir Michael Stoute's strike rate in early season