Wolverhampton and Dundalk take over from Kempton as the evening’s all-weather meetings and here are three runners to keep an eye on . . .
The Game Of Life
A Joseph O’Brien-trained gelding who won on debut at this track over a mile in December and is by far the least exposed runner in this seven furlong rated contest.
The step back in trip shouldn’t be a concern given he’s by Oasis Dream, and he looks the one who could improve the most in the 13-runner race.
Trainer George Scott enjoyed success over in Meydan yesterday with Another Batt and looks to this lightly-raced son of Exceed And Excel to continue his good start to 2019.
The colt, owned by Alrabban Racing, is making his first start since wind surgery but produced his best performance to date last time when third behind the useful James Street at Nottingham in August.
Now making his all-weather and handicap debut, the three-year-old looks to have plenty more to offer and can land a first career win here.
This Wise Pursuit Syndicate-owned course-and-distance winner has been in good form over the winter and looks to register her second win in the second division of the BetVictor Handicap over 1m2½f.
The daughter of Bated Breath will again be partnered by Gavin Ryan, who rode her to her first success at the track in November, and she looks to hold every chance of being in the mix again.