Liva should go close for trainer David Evans.
This colt finished a closing third to Barraquero at Chepstow earlier this month. He ran on strongly in the closing stages, but the winner was long gone and had to settle for a place. Further improvement is expected, especially over this longer trip. At present he is trading at [4.4] on the exchange which is more than fair.
We Are The World is the main danger. He was outclassed in the Chesham behind September, and is best judged on his third in a Redcar maiden in May. He is currently trading at [2.32] on the exchange which is a little short in my opinion.
Debutant American Ruby must be considered. This well-related filly is bred to get further, but there is enough speed in the pedigree to suggest she could be competitive at first asking.
Golden Wolf is taken to upset the favourite in this interesting maiden.
This gelding put in an improved effort when finishing fourth to Regicide at Lingfield in April. He was collared inside the final furlong, but kept on well and was not beaten all that far. He is improving with racing and is attractively priced at [4.2] on the exchange.
Lewinsky heads the market at [2.32]. This filly caught the eye on debut when finishing a close second to Distant at Chelmsford last month. She ran on well inside the final furlong but the winner kept her at bay. The form of that race has not worked out particularly well and looks short enough in the market. She is entitled to show improvement, but I think the selection will have her measure.
Weekly P/L -6.45
*For P/L purposes, all Exchange recommended bets will be settled at BSP if successful
Weekly P/L -6.45