Timeform take you through the card at Wolverhampton on Tuesday evening...
"He looks to have leading claims off the same mark as 13 days ago, and gets the vote to win."
Timeform on Secret Potion
16:45 - BUCKLAND BOY (11) had been threatening to come good, and was unlucky to have found improvement at the same time as another with untapped potential, but he put up a good fight, only being overtaken in the final strides, and pulling clear of the rest. He has obvious claims of going one better off the same mark, and gets a confident vote to do so. Verdigris caught the eye here 12 days ago and is next best ahead of Blue Reflection.
17:15 - DECORATION OF WAR (10) has taken big strides forward of late, showing big improvement to win two of his past three starts, winning with plenty in hand here 18 days ago. He tanked along that day, and a 5 lb rise is unlikely to stop him. He looks the type to win plenty of races on this surface, and gets the vote to win again. Liberty Lass and Universal Command both remain with potential and are feared most.
17:45 - SECRET POTION (3) is on a dangerous mark, and he turned in his best effort of the season to finish third at Bath last time, only unable to land a blow on the front pair, who dominated from the offset. He looks to have leading claims off the same mark as 13 days ago, and gets the vote to win. Little Miss Lilly and Red Stripes are others who arrive in form and are feared.
18:15 - MIDNIGHT GUEST (2) is a three-year-old who's going the right way, and he resumed his progress to record an easy win at Kempton last time out, puling clear to win by two lengths. He's been raised 6 lb for that, but he faces more exposed rivals in this, and he could well win again. Of the others, John Joiner and Lexington Place are also considered.
18:45 - ANNA JAMMEELA (11) has shaped well for the last few of her runs, and she again caught the eye when second at Yarmouth last time out, keeping on well in the closing stages and never nearer. The step up in trip this evening looks sure to suit her, and she's taken to go one better with the promise of more to come now up in trip. Folies Bergeres and Cosmogyral are a couple of interesting rivals.
19:15 - COASTLINE (3) showed plenty when second at Newcastle on her debut last month, knowing her job well enough but still sure to benefit from her first battle, pulling clear of the rest and only narrowly beaten by a subsequent winner. She sets a clear standard, and can go one better in this. City of Love is expected to step up on her debut run, while Dreaming Away is a newcomer to note.
19:45 - REETH (2) wasn't knocked about over C&D 10 days ago, when fourth and not given a hard time once beaten. He has only shown fair form in three starts to date, but they almost certainly haven't gotten to the bottom of him considering that he's bred to be useful (half-brother to 6f winner Tundra and useful 1m-1¼m winner Savaanah). Off a workable opening mark, he's one to take seriously on his nursery debut. Thierry was a good second at Nottingham last time, and should remain competitive off his new mark, while Li Kui was fourth in the same Nottingham race, and has place claims.
20:15 - GET BACK GET BACK (2) opened his account at the second attempt over C&D just a month ago, running to a fairly useful level in the process to win readily. He has strong claims of following up and should make a bold bid to do so under a penalty. Sun Hat is another twice-raced winner open to further improvement, while Cantiniere is a debutante worth keeping an eye on in the market.
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17:15 - 10
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19:15 - 3