A low key Division 1 handicap where three-time winner Beatbybeatbybeat has already won three races and has gave every indication there’s more to come when a staying on second last time.
His trainer Anthony Brittain is just a small yard but has already had four winners in October. A couple of those have already been ridden by 5lb claimer Harry Russell and he rides Beatbybeatbybeat.
He ticks plenty of boxes.
Trainer Tony Caroll and Hollie Doyle team up with Beau Geste and there’s plenty to like about his chances as he has three wins from three attempts at Wolverhampton since coming over from Ireland.
His last run at Goodwood saw him finish fourth in a race that mightn’t have suited him, but a return to his favourite track under Hollie Doyle should see him get back on top again.
The 7f contest looks the best race on the card. There’s only 4lbs between them in the weights and while Medieval is on a long losing run, that doesn’t really tell the full story of his chances now.
He’s been placed in his last three efforts and the drop back to 7f should suit.
Luke Morris rides him again and with this being his debut run at Wolverhampton, there could be more to come.
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