Top weight Hamish McGonagain put in an improved effort to finish third in his previous contest. Hailing from the yard of David O’Meara he’s set to go very close but without a victory in his last nine all-weather starts it’s tricky to side with the likely favourite even if a big run is expected.
We’ve sided with an outsider in this one, from the trio of course and distance victors. Trainer Scott Dixon only sends the one runner to Wolverhampton and this is the first time Krystallite has dropped back to Class 6 company. Now residing off a very attractive handicap mark expect a much improved effort and at a current double figure price looks a solid each way punt.