Progressive Art Scholar bids for Listed glory
NOVEMBER HANDICAP winner Art Scholar, who bids for Listed glory at Kempton, is in the form of his life according to trainer Michael Appleby.
The five-year-old faces eight rivals including Group 3 winner Harris Tweed in the Betdaq-backed Wild Flower Stakes.
Appleby said: "He's probably a bit better on turf, but he's in the form of his life. You can never be sure, but I think there should be enough pace for him and he should have a good chance."
Lingfield also races on the all-weather, as does Wolverhampton who has stepped in to stage Southwell's scheduled meeting following flooding there.
Fontwell and Wetherby have also abandoned cards, but there are no problems for Limerick's jumps fixture.
Limerick soft, soft to heavy in places