Wolverhampton stages six races on WednesdayPICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)
O'Meara's Chancery cut to get off the mark
CHANCERY, who bids to get off the mark in Wolverhampton's maiden at 4.30, is 2-1 (from 6) with bet365.
The David O'Meara-trained son of Street Cry, who will be partnered by Daniel Tudhope, won a bumber at Haydock last year and was second on his Flat deut at Ripon in August.
William Hill make him 2-1 (from 9-2), while BetVictor are 9-4 (from 9-2).
Jameel, a Darley-bred Flat recruit, makes his hurdling debut for John Ferguson in Sedgefield's 2.20 and is evens (from 6-4) with bet365, who make Goldan Jess 6-4 (from 9-4) for the course's 4.20.
Ayr also races on Tuesday and Singeur is 4-1 (from 7) for its feature sprint at 3.40.