THOMMO reckons there's nothing artificial about the chances of his two picks on the Wolverhampton synthetic surface.
He also has a tip from Hereford and feel free to add your own selections.
CHARLIE D has really taken to the Tapeta surface at Wolverhampton, building on a narrow defeat over course and distance to go one better in a Class 4 handicap last month.
Tom Dascombe’s three-year-old should be able to handle a reasonable 4lb rise, even though stall ten isn’t ideal in a perfect world.
GRAFFITI MASTER has been lightly raced by John Gosden and arrives a fresh horse to contest an interesting Class 2 handicap.
The three-year-old was returning from a 182-day absence when only fifth to Mitchum Swagger in a Listed contest at Newmarket earlier this month, but this looks slightly easier.
He was a decent juvenile, winning at Kempton last September on his sole appearance on the all-weather and signed off with an excellent third to Kew Gardens.
Graffiti Master should strip fitter for that recent comeback effort and may have the measure of Glendevon. Richard Hughes’ three-year-old is a victim of his own consistency as the handicapper keeps nudging him up a couple of pounds in defeat.
SULA ISLAND has an obvious chance in the mares’ handicap hurdle at Hereford.
Alan King’s four-year-old was conceding 5lb to Nicky Henderson’s smart Lust For Glory when finishing a respectable fourth at Newbury earlier this month and seventh horse Indefatigable hacked up by 15 lengths at Uttoxeter on Sunday.
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