10 July 2019
Another fascinating card at Wolverhampton on Monday, with myracing.com proud to be sponsoring the action. Seven races kick off at 5.40pm, with the second race of the evening potentially the most interesting with a number of nice looking juveniles entered making this a contest to follow as the season progresses. The myracing experts have taken an early look at the Monday card, finding interesting tidbits to help find the winners.
Trainers to Follow
Hugo Palmer has a 26% strike-rate at Wolverhampton over the last five years, boasting a strong chance in the 6.10pm with Coase. Nibbled at in the market in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, he found himself outclassed but he was a visually impressive winner on his debut.
Tom Dascombe has been profitable to follow here in the last five years, a level stakes profit of £86 to a £1 stake. Liberation Day in the 7.40pm would look to be the best chance for Manor House Stables. A perfect 2/2 at the track, including one over this trip, he is four pounds lower than when scoring in February. The return to Tapeta could easily spark him back into life.
Henry Candy has sent six runners to Wolverhampton in 2019, with four of those winning for a level stakes profit of £19.00. Just a single entry on the card in the shape of Lonicera in the 8.10pm. She has been knocking on the door this season, placed in three of her four starts so it would be no surprise to see her right in the mix once more.
Jockeys to Follow
Stefano Cherchi may not be a household name but Wolverhampton has been a track that has been a happy hunting ground for him. Two winners in eight rides, plus four further places including at 28/1, 25/1 and 10/1 make him an each way backers dream here. His boss, Marco Botti, has a couple of entries on the card, they will be of more interest with this seven-pound claimer in the plate.
Pat Cosgrave has banged in winners at Wolverhampton at a 19% clip in the last five years, a level stakes profit of £41.79 from those mounts. He’s not pencilled in for any rides as of yet for Monday but he has done well when teaming up with Ed de Giles who does have a couple in the five-day declarations so there is potential there for interest.
David Probert has a level stakes profit of more than £20.00 since the start of 2018 at Wolverhampton. He is pencilled in for a couple of rides at the time of writing, including the aforementioned Lonicera which would make that filly doubly interesting.
It's always a pleasure to sponsor at Wolverhampton, we hope all in attendance have a successful night. At myracing.com you can find free horse racing tips for all seven races on the card, with runner by runner previews covering every horse in action on Monday night.