Heading to Wolverhampton with no worries about the ground will be Go On Gal on Tuesday. She had three runs as a two-year old last year before having the winter off to strengthen up. She has done just that and looks a million dollars now. I do think she is well handicapped but the same could be said about a few of her rivals so it's hard to know how she will go. Most of my horses returning from a winter break have improved for a run so I hope she can build on whatever she shows this time.
|Go On Gal (Mark)|
|Star Of The Stage (Nick) & Candesta (Caitlin)|
I'm not really sure what ground Serendib's Glory wants as she has done all her racing on all-weather so far but, as long as the going isn't extremely soft, she too could venture up north. She has been doing ok in handicaps recently and is improving all the time.
|Serendib's Glory (Sam)|
|Secret Ballerina (Liam) & Valley Lodge (Adam) jump out of the stalls|
|Sabre Rock (Mark) & Harry Bosch (Ross)|
|Little Orchid (Chloe)|
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