Oddschecker tips for every race at Wolverhampton on Saturday.
BORA BORA kept on well for second on his most recent run at this track and could go one better stepping up in trip. He is only rated 1lb higher for that run which may not be enough to stop him, but Super Den was a comfortable winner at Kempton last time out and seems a big threat. Raqraaq posted a much-improved second on his latest outing and is another to note.Prediction : 1st Bora Bora 2nd Super Den 3rd Raqraaq
BURDETT ROAD kept on well for second on his most recent outing over this C&D and the nature of that run left the impression there would be more to come from Roger Varian's inmate. Mighty River did well to get third having been slightly hampered before being denied a clear run on his latest outing at Kempton, and is feared most ahead of Ciara Storm.Prediction : 1st Burdett Road 2nd Mighty River 3rd Ciara Storm
A fairly weak contest in which a chance can be taken on POCKET THE PROFIT, who makes his return to the all-weather following a decent third at Doncaster last month. He has dropped 1lb for that run and the booking of William Buick catches the eye, so he shades the vote ahead of Intervention, who retains the mark from his third-placed effort at this track most recently. Muscika was a game winner last time out and completes the shortlist.Prediction : 1st Pocket The Profit 2nd Intervention 3rd Muscika
In this competitive contest marginal preference is for LOOKING FOR LYNDA, who was only denied by a small margin when runner-up at York last time out. The Karl Burke-trained gelding hit the line with plenty of conviction and gets the nod to land the spoils now stepping up in trip. Havana By The Sea readily dismissed her rivals at this venue last month and she must be respected. Tenjin is another to consider.Prediction : 1st Looking For Lynda 2nd Havana By The Sea 3rd Tenjin
OUTBOX was only narrowly denied in the Stockholm Cup International and the Archie Watson-trained seven-year-old gets the nod to capitalise now eased in grade. The son of Frankel has held his own in Group company this term and he can defy top weight in this contest. There are plenty of dangers, though, including King Of The South, who got the better of Pirate King at Newcastle. Although Furzig struggled in the November Handicap at Doncaster, he also warrants consideration.Prediction : 1st Outbox 2nd King Of The South 3rd Furzig
Star Legend could prove popular for the William Haggas stable, but he was beaten out of sight at Kempton and although gelded since and now wearing cheekpieces, there is no guarantee he will find the improvement needed. Carzola would be interesting if she gets this trip after her debut fourth and is one to keep an eye on, but SUNSTONE may have their measure. Beaten less than four lengths here when repeatedly denied a clear run on her handicap debut, Sir Michael Stoute's filly can make amends.Prediction : 1st Sunstone 2nd Carzola 3rd Star Legend
Bearaway had something left when winning at Windsor but he has changed yards since and has to shoulder a 10lb higher mark on the all-weather, which may make life difficult. QUEEN OF IPANEMA goes from strength to strength and although she has another 5lb from the handicapper after her fourth triumph in a row, she can go in again, with Willam Buick an eyecatching booking. Obsidian Knight is proven over the trip and he can reach the frame.Prediction : 1st Queen Of Ipanema 2nd Bearaway 3rd Obsidian Knight