Daisie Cutter worth a dabble at 14s

Daisie Cutter is one of very few in the 2.20 at Wolverhampton with any form to their name and makes plenty of each-way appeal at 14/1.

Lydia Pearce’s filly shaped with promise on her racecourse debut at Yarmouth last July when staying on late to finish 6th of 13 to the useful Sounds Of Guns, and went on to finish third on her next two starts in maidens at Lingfield and Leicester.

She then caught the eye when staying on to finish a 4 1/4 length sixth of 13 to Mushaakis on her handicap debut over 6 at Kempton off a mark of 60 in what was a stronger contest than this.

The daughter of Tobougg was then switched back into maiden company over today’s course and distance and after being outpaced two from home when the pace quickened stayed on again to finish a never nearer 5th of 10 to Almalekiah.

She was the off the track for 68 days before reappearing at Lingfield earlier in the month and shaped as if needing the race when 6th of 9 to Lager Time.

Held up at the rear of the field she made some late headway without being knocked about to be beaten 5 1/4 lengths and that run should have sharpened her up significantly.

The handicapper has since dropped her a further 1lb to a mark of 55, and judged on the pick of her form that she enable her to be competitive in what is a very weak race where a line can be put through the vast majority of the runners.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 2pts each-way Daisie Cutter (14/1 Hills – BOG)

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