TRAVELLER (2.50) is well worth a solid each-way punt on his return to Wolverhampton.
He was forced to go the long way round from a wide draw when staying on gamely into second spot behind warm favourite Colonel Slade. Traveller was sent to Newcastle for his latest start, failing to find an extra gear in fifth behind the William Haggas-trained Swansdown. Back at Dunstall Park, the five-year-old can take advantage of the inside berth granted better luck in running.
Haggas saddles odds-on Minhaaj in the opening sprint and his filly finished a neck in front of The Bell Conductor when runner-up on debut at York. She didn't shape quite so well next time at Newmarket and AUCHTERARDER (12.50) may be the better option. Mark Johnston's filly won convincingly on debut at Beverley in May but wasn't seen again until chasing home The Bell Conductor at Southwell 11 days ago. Her chance was compromised by missing the kick and a slicker start will see the well-named daughter of Gleneagles in a better light.