Ingram hopes Atlantis can cross the line first
ATLANTIS CROSSING is very well and will be suited by conditions at Wolverhampton, according to trainer Roger Ingram.
The four-year-old, who faces 11 rivals under Adam Kirby in the Class 4 7f handicap, was ridden by Nathan Alison when short of room and second at the course last time.
He is around 7-2 to go one better and Ingram said: "He's very well and he was very unlucky last time, he got baulked at just the wrong time and Nathan thought he would have won with a clear run. Having a few front-runners in the race will suit him - they should take him along nicely."
David O'Meara fields Creek Falcon in opposition, aiming for his 11th winner of the month.
The trainer said: "He's having his first run for us after we bought him out of Paul Deegan's yard and we'll learn a lot about him today. He won over a mile in Ireland and he could need a mile."
Lingfield got the go-ahead to race after passing a morning inspection, while Ffos Las also stages a jumps card.
Lingfield heavy, standard on all-weather
Ffos Las heavy