Three runners worth noting at Dundalk and Wolverhampton
Dundalk and Wolverhampton provide the action on Friday evening and here are three runners to follow.
Antony Brittain has had two winners and four placed horses from ten runners in the past fortnight and the in-form Another Angel, who is responsible for those two wins, holds strong claims of completing a quickfire hat-trick.
Two impressive victories, including an eyecatching front-running performance at Newcastle last time, mean the son of Dark Angel is the one to beat under a 6lb penalty.
Royal Navy Warship
This looks like a competitive handicap but Royal Navy Warship, a son of War Front trained by Aidan O'Brien, catches the eye.
He has disappointed on both starts since recording victory on his return from a 313-day break here in August, but those two races over five furlongs may have been too sharp a test, and a step up to seven furlongs should see him in a better light.
After failing to catch the eye when showing inexperience in three novice events, this son of Uncle Mo steps into handicap company for the first time and itwould not be a surprise to see him improve significantly on his recent efforts.
Trained by Jose Santos, Jabarout is easily the most unexposed runner in this low-level handicap. After appearing not to get home over a mile on his latest start, the drop back to seven furlongs should suit.