13:00 Wolverhampton

MUNIFICENT improved for the drop to 5f earlier in the year when scoring here in February before filling the runner-up spot at Lingfield the following month. He was too keen when stepped back up to 6f at Chelmsford last time and the four-year-old is capable of bouncing back to form now returned to the minimum trip. Dash For It may improve for a gelding operation, while Sir Philip and Billy Dylan complete the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Munificent 2nd Dash For It 3rd Sir Philip

13:30 Wolverhampton

WROUGHT IRON took advantage of a falling handicap mark when scoring over C&D on his latest start and a 3lb rise may not be enough to stop him from gaining back-to-back victories. Jumira Bridge has been a model of consistency in recent months and he is expected to be in the mix once again. Others to consider include Independence Day, who won at Chelmsford last time, and Drish Hero.
Prediction : 1st Wrought Iron 2nd Jumira Bridge 3rd Independence Day

14:00 Wolverhampton

GLORIOUS CHARMER arrives in consistent form having backed up a win here in April with two good efforts in defeat and the six-year-old commands plenty of respect in his attempt to get his head back in front. Portelet Bay has been knocking on the door of late on turf and he is likely to enter calculations along with Gustav Graves, who has been competitive on his last couple of starts.
Prediction : 1st Glorious Charmer 2nd Portelet Bay 3rd Gustav Graves

14:30 Wolverhampton

The William Haggas stable can do little wrong at present and connections look to have found a nice spot for the progressive PINK CRYSTAL to make her handicap debut. A comfortable winner at Lingfield last time out, the daughter of Shamardal is open to plenty more improvement and she can see off the likes of Apache Star, who ran his best race for some time at Musselburgh last week, and the capable Nomasee.
Prediction : 1st Pink Crystal 2nd Nomasee 3rd Apache Star

15:00 Wolverhampton

Progressive over hurdles when last seen in the spring, all eyes will be on Malakahna as she makes her first start on the level since winning for her previous trainer in France last June. Preference, however, is for SUSPICIOUS, who was a taking winner on debut at Doncaster last August and should be open to more improvement on the step up in trip. The same can be said of Zenga, who has run creditably on both career outings so far.
Prediction : 1st Suspicious 2nd Malakahna 3rd Zenga

15:30 Wolverhampton

A few unexposed types to choose from in this line-up but it can pay to side with the proven GANGWAY, who has won his last two starts on the all-weather, including over C&D in March. Omniscient looks certain to relish the step up in trip on his handicap debut, while Sid's Annie is another decent sort at this level. August Place and Prism enter the reckoning as well.
Prediction : 1st Gangway 2nd Omniscient 3rd August Place

16:00 Wolverhampton

A respectable third at Yarmouth last time, RED EVELYN may have even more to offer back at 7f and, with Adam Kirby taking over the steering, gets the nod. Street Poet is seeking his 11th win at this track and should make a bold bid, while Jakacan, who was successful on his sole run over course and distance last October, is another to consider.
Prediction : 1st Red Evelyn 2nd Street Poet 3rd Jakacan

16:30 Wolverhampton

The Michael Dods-trained BOLD TERRITORIES shaped well when fourth at Newcastle on his latest outing and, off a 1lb lower mark, can break his maiden. Only narrowly denied over course and distance on her penultimate start, Redredrobin produced another good effort when runner-up at Brighton last time and is a danger, while C&D winner Hachert shouldn't be far away either.
Prediction : 1st Bold Territories 2nd Redredrobin 3rd Hachert

05/07/2022 Wolverhampton Acca