Timeform pick out three bets from Wolverhampton on Tuesday...
"...is a nice type physically, and is expected to strip much fitter for that run and go very close here..."
Timeform on Jungle Room
Appenzeller has been given a workable mark by the handicapper judged on his return run over this C&D 12 days ago, not ideally placed held up in a steadily-run race, and not unduly punished either. Richard Hughes has his string in good order at present and Appenzeller is expected to take a bit of beating here under a capable apprentice. Berkshire Royal could prove the biggest danger.
Ferik ran some solid races for David Evans last season and looks the way to go now starting out for a new yard. He has finished runner-up on his last three starts, his latest run looking strong form, with the winner and third both winning next time out. Ferik has also been gelded, and represents a yard that have made a good start to the season, so he ticks plenty of boxes. Macaque won't be far away if ready to roll, while Illustrious Spirit and Get Back Get Back are newcomers to note.
Jungle Room has shown enough in three qualifying runs to suggest he is up to winning races from this sort of mark and his is fancied to make a winning handicap debut. He shaped very well on his recent return at Chelmsford, still green but finishing best of all under hand riding. Jungle Room is a nice type physically, and is expected to strip much fitter for that run and go very close here. Faadhel is another who likely has more to offer now switching to handicaps and rates a threat, while last month's Newcastle scorer Ventura Gold should remain competitive after a 3 lb rise.