WE stick to the all-weather on Wednesday, this time heading to Wolverhampton.
There’s some very winnable races on the card, none more so than the 7.50.
Heather Main’s MERWEB (Wolverhampton, 7.50) makes his handicap bow after three good efforts in novice company.
The second of these was a solid third over this course and distance.
The winner has gone on to win a handicap and is now rated in the 80s, while Main’s three-year-old pulled seven lengths clear of the fourth.
He was beaten at odds-on in an ordinary novice heat at Newcastle, but there were plenty of reasons to forgive and forget that.
The wind was howling gales that day and trying to make all was nigh on impossible. But they gave it a good go, nabbed by a William Haggas horse in the shadows of the post.
The return to the turns of Wolverhampton will suit and effectively making his handicap debut off 68 with Ben Robinson claiming three; I reckon Merweb will have Main dancing the rodeo.
MAGIC MIRROR (Kempton, 4.10) brought me to tears when getting beat last time when coming with what looked like an obvious winning run. She’s back at her favourite haunt and will be winning off this mark sooner rather than later.
Keep an eye on the Seamus Durack double-act of ALFREDO (Kempton, 7.10) and PIPES OF PEACE (Kempton, 7.40). The pair landed a serious touch here on Monday.
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