The Monday evening card at Wolverhampton is being sponsored by myracing tonight. We have horse racing tips for all seven races on the card, including runner by runner guides to the five that bear our name. We also have five key betting angles on the card below that have shown profit in the past.
An interesting one here over the last five years is the Northumberland based trainer, Karen McLintock. She has had just twenty-one runners at the track in that time span so is not a regular visitor but boasts a 33% strike-rate with seven winners for a level stakes profit of £9.01.
Raul Da Silva is struggling for rides at present which is a shame for a man of his talent. Backing him blind at Wolverhampton in the last five years would’ve netted a level stakes profit of £75.25, a very healthy return indeed. Sadly for Raul this evening, his sole ride comes against the myracing NAP of the day.
If it’s a team to follow at Wolverhampton that you’re looking for then the Ruth Carr/Jack Garrity tandem is for you. They have teamed up on twenty-two runners here in the last five seasons, seven of them winning and a further six being placed, that’s for a level stakes profit of £22.00 on the win side of things.
Sadly the horse to follow at the track is in the same race as the Karen McLintock trained runner but his record at Wolverhampton is more than deserving of a mention. Cappananty Con has raced eight times at Wolverhampton, producing four wins and two places from those visits. He has a trappy wide draw tonight but his record suggests he still needs consideration.
Speaking of the draw, in sprints, in general, a low/middle draw is preferred by most but there is a single stall that has produced frankly ridiculous results at Wolverhampton. Over the mile and a half trip, stall 7 has a 13.77% strike rate for a massive level stakes profit of £62.65!
A baffling stat, especially when every other stall is in loss, the next best is -£4.98 for stall 9 and -£49.01 for stall 1. Avoid stall 2 over this trip with a whopping loss of -£393.39!