Alan is eyeing a David Loughnane double on the all-weather track in tonight's meeting at Wolverhampton.
SUPPORTING in-form trainers should bring its rewards at Wolverhampton, with David Loughnane chasing a double courtesy of ROCKESBURY (5.30) and EMBER'S GLOW (8.30).
Rockesbury led in the straight before being caught by Ruby Gates over a mile, so the drop to seven furlongs looks ideal in the second division of the apprentices' handicap. Laura Pearson is good value for her claim.
Ember's Glow is the mount of Richard Kingscote in a modest 1m 4f Classified Stakes and his mount, a previous course and distance winner, has been running consistently at this low level.
Gay Kelleway has emerged from a quite spell and CALEDONIA LAIRD (5.00) is fancied to repeat last year's victory in the first division of the apprentices' event.
Her gelding had Elusif a length behind in fifth when running fourth at Chelmsford City last month and is 5lb better off.
Richard Fahey's WINDSOR CROSS (7.30) was given a negative ride at Lingfield when caught in rear off a steady pace. The grey made late headway into third and has a chance in the claimer.