Three runners to note for tonight's meeting at Wolverhampton
Can't wait until Longchamp tomorrow? No problem, there's an eight-race card at Wolverhampton this evening to see you through. Hereare three runners it could be worth noting
James Tate's last two juvenile runners have won this week and the trainer has a good chance of a hat-trick with Camelot Rakti.
The filly's best effort so far came last time out when tackling a mile at Kempton, finishing fourth. Judged on that effort, an extra half-furlong should suit as she made good ground from off the pace. If she settles better she could gain a first victory.
A mark of 88 might not be beyond this colt, with trainer Owen Burrows returning to form after a difficult summer.
Winner of two of his four starts so far, Tashaaboh has looked like a progressive typeand could have more to offer over six furlongs.
This three-year-old loves the all-weather with four wins from nine starts, including one over tonight's course and distance.
Although up 8lbfrom to his last all-weather start when successful at Newcastle, there could be more to come from Sauchiehall Street.
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