Drop in class can help Run To Milan enter the winner's enclosure
Newmarket: David Milnes
Playfull Spirit(7.45 Newcastle, nap)
Was badly in need of the experience when finishing sixth behindreopposing rival Fountain Of Time on her debut at Lingfield 12 days ago. John Gosden's filly has since moved well on Warren Hill.Others to follow
Wolverhampton 4.35 Glory Awaits, 5.05 Joyful Dream.
Newcastle 6.45 Harmonica.
Lambourn: James Burn
Mahlervous(4.55 Warwick, nap)
This five-year-old is capable of winning from a mark of 120 and should appreciate the 2m5f trip.Others to follow
Newcastle 7.45 Sketching, 8.15 Breakfast.
Warwick 2.40 Harefield, 3.15 Ceann Sibheal, 4.25 Fight Commander.
Wincanton 2.30 Lex Talionis.
Wolverhampton 2.20 Strategic Heights.
West Country:Andrew King
Run To Milan(2.00 Wincanton, nap)
Found things happening a bit to quickly in the EBF Final last time but expected to regain the winning thread back in novice company.Others to follow
Wincanton 2.30 Quiz Master, 3.05 Litterale Ci, 3.40 Bramble Brook, 4.15 The Cider Maker, 4.45 Unioniste, 5.15 Dont Be Robin.
Warwick 3.15 Cadeau Du Bresil, 3.50 Ambion Lane, 4.25 Shanann Star.
North: Colin Russell
One Second(4.00 Wolverhampton, nap)
Showed plenty of promise in two of her three runs last season and, with this step up in trip in her favour, is fancied to get off the mark on her handicap debut.Others to follow
Newcastle 5.45 Something Brewing, 6.15 Nature Boy, 6.45 Woody Bay, 7.15 Carpet Time, 8.15 Lord Caprio, 8.45 Suwaan.
Wolverhampton 2.20 Thorntoun Lady, 2.50 Vigee Le Brun, 3.25 Dyna Might, 4.35 Energia Flavio.
Racing Post Ratings: Steve Mason
Now McGinty(4.55 Warwick, nap)
Much improved when beating a well-handicapped subsequent winner over course and distance earlier this month and can defy a 10lb higher mark.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Escapes a penalty for her emphatic wide-margin Lingfield romp five days ago and impossible to oppose.
Longshot: Ed Quigley
Ambion Lane(3.50 Warwick)
Wheels have come off lately, but trip and ground will suit and is now on an appealing mark.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
The Tom Mullins-trained four-year-old has been in good form at this track recently, winning over the course and trip last month and finishing fourth on his most recent trip. Although he has a high draw to overcome, he gets the vote to score under Niall McCullagh.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
The geldingA Sure Welcome is 2-2 following an absence of at least 72 days and never been out of the places on three previous starts over Wolverhampton's 6f track. He runs over the same course and distance again in the 2.20.
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