Adrian Wall’s 50p each-way Lucky 15 could return £22,000 on Monday

Wolverhampton Sprint

Adrian Wall knows how to spot a big priced winner and is back with four tasty selections for Monday’s racing action. The four horses could return £22,000 with William Hill at the time of posting for a £0.50p each-way unit stake.

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2.45 Wetherby

Champion jockey Brian Hughes is booked to ride Joanne Foster’s Go To Court (7-1 with William Hill). The 8-year-old mare ran a cracker on debut for this stable last July at Bangor when 3rd and now looks incredibly well treated running from 20lbs lower. First time Hughes has been booked to ride this horse which may be a tip in itself.

4.40 Wolverhampton

The top weight Obtuse (12-1 with William Hill) has to be a serious player in this lineup. The gelding did far too much too soon when last of five runners at Lingfield when last seen, ridden with too much aggression. He drops down in grade here and bolted up here over 5f in January from 7lb lower. Big each-way player with David Evans ticking away nicely.

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4.50 Wetherby

Sean Quinlan is one of the hottest riders around over obstacles this season and he rides Chase The Wind (25-1 with William Hill). Joanne Foster’s 12-year-old has an abysmal 2020 but there is no denying that he is extremely well treated running from a career low mark of 100. Won’t find a better opportunity than this to get back on track.

5.40 Wolverhampton

Rossa Ryan takes the ride on Diamond Dougal (11-1 with William Hill) for the sprint king Robert Cowell. The 6-year-old Zebedee gelding won over course and distance from this mark in November. He had two runs on the fibresand most recently but will appreciate the return to his favoured track.

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