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William Carson’s mount tipped to land third win in four starts
Goldstorm, unlucky not to have won all her three races this season, can notch another win at her favourite Wolverhampton circuit this afternoon.
Trained by Brian Baugh, whose horses are in good form, Goldstorm has been in excellent heart this winter and has won two of her three starts on this course and was an unlucky close up fourth in the other after failing to get a clean run.
William Carson has struck up a good rapport with the five-year-old and takes the mount again in the Hotel & Conferencing At Wolverhampton Racecourse Handicap. She is expected to take all the beating.
Tidy Affair has won both his races this season and has every chance of completing a hat-trick in the Like Us On Facebook Wolverhampton Racecourse Handicap.
Trained by Gary Moore, the four-year-old has won here and at Kempton since the turn of the year. He has now gone up from an opening mark of 52 to 64 which will make life more difficult for him, but he is in such good form that he promises to be the one to beat under Shane Kelly.
John Mackie does well with his small string and Illustrious Forest can provide him with a winner in the wolverhampton-racecourse.co.uk Handicap.
The five-year-old won here on his seasonal debut and went down by only a head to the smart Flying Power on his only subsequent start. With Graham Gibbons on board, he can resume winning ways.
Sibaya may have finished last of four on her debut, but she was beaten only a length-and-a-half and ran with promise.
Roger Charlton’s three-year-old is not to be underestimated in the opening 32Red.com Maiden Stakes.
At Kempton tomorrow, Mystical Sapphire goes for an unbeaten course hat-trick in the Back Or Lay At betdaq.com Handicap.
The Jo Crowley-trained three-year-old scored on his only juvenile start and followed up in handicap company earlier this year.
He looks progressive and, despite carrying top weight in this tough looking contest, he commands plenty of respect.
Ryan Tate, whose mount Byroness looks a danger to Mystical Sapphire, has other good chances on the card.
The apprentice is enjoying a good run at the moment and reduced his claim to 5lb at Wolverhampton last week.
Tate, whose father Jason was also a jockey, can score on Gary Moore’s Kaylee (6.15), who finished an encouraging third last time out, and the Clive Cox-trained Perfect Cracker (8.45) who shaped well last month on his first run since August.
The nap vote is awarded to Rightcar (6.45), a strong-finishing third at Wolverhampton last weekend after starting slowly, while the consistent Thane Of Cawdor (7.45) deserves a winning turn after two sound placed efforts.
2.10 Sibaya, 2.40 Romanticize, 3.10 Pullmen, 3.40 Goldstorm, 4.10 Spirit Of Gondree, 4.40 Illustrious Forest, 5.10 Tidy Affair.
Today’s other meetings: Exeter and Southwell.
5.45 Kohlaan, 6.15 Kaylee, 6.45 Rightcar (NAP), 7.15 Taglietelle, 7.45 Thane Of Cawdor, 8.15 Mystical Sapphire, 8.45 Perfect Cracker, 9.15 Atacama Sunrise.
Tomorrow’s other meetings: Haydock, Newcastle and Warwick.