Timeform take you through Wolverhampton's Tuesday night card.
18:10 - DANDILION (10) hasn't really gone on from her C&D win in February, but she bounced back to something like when runner-up to FRANGARRY (7) at Lingfield last time. Alan Bailey's runner was better positioned throughout admittedly, and Dandilion could well reverse the form on revised terms, so they look the two to side with against the field.
18:40 - This looks an open maiden with a couple of well-bred newcomers, and Simon Crisford's Awsaaf has been the one for money this morning, but experience can count for plenty, and TRUSTING FRIEND (10) shaped with plenty of encouragement on debut and looks the one to focus on. He seems sure to improve for that experience and can go well from a reasonable draw.
19:10 - DHALAM (2) very much sets the standard here and looks hard to oppose on form. Indeed, she only ran to a similar level as on her debut at Newbury last time, but she showed plenty of speed, and the switch back to the all-weather and drop to seven furlongs are both expected to suit. There are a couple of well-bred newcomers who need monitoring in the market, but in truth, it will be disappointing if Dhalam doesn't open his account.
19:40 - GHADAAYER (3) showed improved form to get off the mark in a Catterick maiden last month and that form is looking pretty strong with both the second and third winning next time out. She shaped as though this longer trip would suit her down to the ground that day, something which her pedigree also backs up, and this opening mark may well underestimate her.
20:10 - This looks very trappy, but LADY MAKFI (4) shaped as though she'd come on a fair bit for her return run over C&D last time, and she remains on a fair mark, so could offer a bit of value. The same can also be said for GABRIALS STAR (2), who shaped similarly on his return at Chester also, and he could prove a different proposition now with the cheekpieces back on.
20:40 - CHING CHING LOR (6) shaped much better than the bare result at Catterick last month, and put in an improved display to open his account at Ayr last time, winning a shade cleverly. He found plenty for pressure that day, so this longer trip shouldn't be an inconvenience, and he is taken to follow up. He can prove too good for Richard Fahey's Snookered, who is back on the all-weather.
21:10 - WHITECLIFF PARK (3) took a step back in the right direction at Wetherby a fortnight ago and is one to be interested in now return to the all-weather. He is now 1 lb below his last winning mark, and with the capable Ben Robinson taking 7 lb off, he has plenty in his favour.
Win back GHADAAYER (3) in the 19:40
18:10 - 7, 10
18:40 - 10
19:10 - 2
19:40 - 3
20:10 - 2, 4
20:40 - 6