TROUSER THE CASH (8.00) can make the wait worthwhile in the concluding sprint at Wolverhampton.
Amy Murphy's filly looked an improving three-year-old when edging out Indian Pursuit at Chelmsford City, with the runner-up scoring with consummate ease next time out. Thegreyvtrain likes to bowl along, so there should be a sound gallop to attack.
CANDELISA (6.30) is worth chancing now asked to go 1m 4f for the first time. He is a better horse on synthetics than turf and was running on steadily at the death when second to handicap snip Make It Rain over ten furlongs at Lingfield. Candelisa had previously finished third to Maiden Castle here, with re-opposing Toro Dorada two lengths adrift in fifth and now slightly worse off at the weights.
Fair Star won both his races in novice company last season and returns from a 263-day absence. The son of Sea The Stars could prove useful, but he makes his handicap debut at short odds off quite a stiff mark. Daheer is a dual Wolverhampton winner at shorter distances and cannot be written off.
If all eight go to post, Candelisa would be an attractive each-way punt.
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