Trainer with huge £101.58 profit at Wolves has sole runner there on Tuesday

Wolverhampton Sprint

Tuesday’s racing comes from a whopping seven venues! There’s action from Brighton, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Sligo, Limerick, Huntingdon and Hexham. We’ll have horse racing tips from all of the tracks, including a NAP of the Day.

While looking through the cards, I picked up on a very interesting statistic from Wolverhampton. Tom Dascombe can boast of a quite remarkable £101.58 profit from level stakes in the past five years, with 54 winners from 333 runners. He sends just a sole runner from his Cheshire base down to Wolverhampton on Tuesday and that could be a statistic in itself. Find out all the details below!

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That sole runner is the Middleham Park Racing-owned Kayfast Warrior, who is yet to score in six racecourse visits. He’s showed plenty of potential, however, and he certainly wouldn’t be winning out of turn in this contest.

He ran five times as a juvenile, with three of those being novice races at Wolverhampton over varying trips. Two subsequent starts in handicaps were disappointing, but he took a big step forward on seasonal return over course and distance last time.

Returning from a 138-day absence, he improved for the gelding operation by finishing a game second to a runaway winner. He only found a course specialist too strong and given that it was his return, that effort can be heavily upgraded.

He can race off just a pound higher and he remains unexposed, both in handicaps and over the mile distance. This is just his third start over this trip and further improvement will surely be forthcoming. Richard Kingscote, who rode him for all of his juvenile starts, is back in the saddle today and this is a good opportunity for him to shed his maiden tag.

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