Timeform pick out three bets from Wolverhampton on Wednesday evening...
"...he’s fancied to follow up for the Jack Duern/Dean Ivory combination..."
Bernie's Boy is going through a good spell at the moment and produced a career best under a penalty when second at Chelmsford last time, keeping on well and simply finding one too good on the day. The step back up to seven furlongs is unlikely to inconvenience him here and, though a further 6 lb penalty makes life tougher, Bernie's Boy remains one to keep onside in his current mood and is taken to record a fourth win on the all-weather this winter. Muhajjal, Compass Hill and Critical Thinking are others who arrive at the top of their game in what is a competitive race for the level.
King Kevin fared much better than the bare result when failing to justify odds-on favouritism here last time, conceding first run after meeting trouble on the home turn, and doing well under the circumstances to be beaten just a length in third. He certainly showed enough to suggest he can go in again from this mark and is worth supporting to resume winning ways, well worth another chance at this distance after his second at Lingfield last month. Willyegolassiego is another enjoying a good spell and heads the list of dangers.
Spring Romance showed much-improved form when making a winning handicap debut over C&D last month, travelling strongly in front from the outset and quickly forging clear in the straight, despite showing his inexperience when edging right late. With further improvement on the cards, he's fancied to follow up for the Jack Duern/Dean Ivory combination. Inuk should give another good account in first-time blinkers, having met trouble in-running when third over five furlongs here last time, while River Rule and Sandytown may both do better at some point given their pedigrees.