Timeform take you through the card at Wolverhampton on Thursday evening.
"He's from the family of Racing Post Trophy winner Crowded House and looks to have more scope for progress than the likes of Grecian Spirit and Teaser."
Timeform on Martineo
17:45 - CASIMA (6) shaped well on her first start since leaving Clive Cox when third at Chelmsford 3 weeks ago, just unable to get going in time in a modestly-run affair. She is fancied to prove herself on a competitive mark and can gain compensation here with the likes of Short Head and Political Slot likely to ensure a truer gallop. The well-bred Braemar and Cherubic are a couple of others to consider, however the second selection is the well-related GOODBYE LULU (11) who could improve plenty for a recent wind op.
18:15 - RAMBLOW (4) is beginning to find her feet for Mick Appleby, supplementing her course success when staying on well at Lingfield six days ago. She is fancied to complete the hat-trick, with Beatbybeatbybeat and Zafaranah others to consider. Beatbybeatbybeat ran well in a change of headgear last time and this course regular should go close once more, while Zafaranah is better judged on efforts at Lingfield prior to a poor run at Chelmsford when last seen.
18:45 - An interesting maiden in which preference is for MARTINEO (10), who did best of the newcomers when third at Kempton three weeks ago and sets a clear standard. He's from the family of Racing Post Trophy winner Crowded House and looks to have more scope for progress than the likes of Grecian Spirit and Teaser.
19:15 - Former Godolphin inmate THA'IR (2) was an easy winner of a seller over C&D last week and is sure to go well again. He's a straightforward ride and shouldn't be far away throughout in this small field. Barnaby Brook is the most obvious danger, having run well on all three starts for today's jockey. If too strong a pace is set however, it could play into the hands of Sean Levey on ATHASSEL (5) who is most likely to be held up. He's worth including in case of a boilover.
19:45 - The Ian Williams-trained MY FANTASEA (9) hasn't taken long to click for his new yard. He remains with handicapping scope now that's he's on the way back up, and should go well in his bid to follow up last month's C&D win. King Kevin ought to remain competitive, while Manchego isn't one to dismiss totally from this mark - any market support would look significant.
20:15 - It's hard to knock the consistency of JORVIK PRINCE (3) at this sort of level, and a return to winning ways could well be forthcoming. He won twice here in December and has been holding his form well since. Something Lucky is thriving on racing so is a big threat, though the pick of his form has come elsewhere, while it will be interesting what the market makes of Zamjar now back markedly in trip on debut for Robert Cowell.