Alan Thomson has a trio of attractive bets on the Tapeta surface at Wolverhampton on Monday.
DOCTOR JAZZ (4.40) has proved a disappointing purchase for Mick Appleby but the gelding has been found a suitable opening in the two-mile seller at Wolverhampton.
The four-year-old wasn't disgraced in a Class 5 handicap over course and distance six days ago when running fourth to favourite Noble Behest and this is less competitive.
Doctor Jazz has a bit to find on official figures with the likes of Hidden Depths, probably the main danger in a very modest contest, but would appear currently in better form than most of his rivals.
BAHUTA ACHA (5.10) couldn't bring home the lolly for favourite backers last week when outpointed by Irish raider Aloysius Lilius and David Loughnane's gelding had occupied the same position when chasing home Chookie Dunedin three days earlier.
Bahuta Acha scored over course and distance in early November and is holding his course form well in a busy period.
RAILPORT DOLLY (4.05) is trading an attractive each-way price in the amateur riders' handicap and a repeat of her third to Bubble And Squeak and Stay Classy here a fortnight ago over a shorter trip would put her in the mix.
Stay Classy fairly hosed up at Lingfield last week and David Barron has booked an experienced jockey for Railport Dolly in Joanna Mason. Stall two is ideal.
Little India has the form to take a hand but she is partnered by a rookie rider which is a negative. Little separates Little India and The Throstles, second and third respectively behind Mr Coco Bean at Haydock in midsummer, but The Throstles is drawn very wide. Zabeel Star poses a threat if benefiting from a wind operation.
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