Waldsee bids to keep Curran in the winners
SEAN Curran, who has saddled four winners from his last five runners - including an across-the-card 73-1 treble on Monday - has two chances of keeping the good form of his yard going on Tuesday.
His best chance appears to be Waldsee in the 2m½f handicap (3.10) at Wolverhampton under jockey William Carson.
Less obvious are the chances of Aim (Exeter 2.00), who is likely to start at big odds for the 2m1f selling hurdle.
The feature race at Wolverhampton is the 1m4f handicap at 4.30, where trainer Shaun Lycett is hoping All The Winds can return to winning ways under the excellent Robert Tart.
Lycett said: "He's back to his old self and in another couple of strides he would have won last time.
"He's a good horse - he's beaten Art Scholar and the like at Kempton - and with Robert Tart's claim he's probably off his lowest mark since we've had him. It's competitive but he has a big chance."
Exeter Soft, heavy in places