Wolverhampton 19:30 Result

Winning Time:

1:41

Runners:

9

Winning Trainer:

S Dixon

Winning Jockey:

Jefferson Smith

Total Win:

  • 4 Tilsworth Ony Ta 16/1
  • 5 Morty 11/4
  • 6 Brazen Belle 25/1
  • 7 Arkid 25/1
  • 8 For Peat's Sake 7/2
  • 9 Jastar 66/1
19:30 Wolverhampton

I Will Always Love You Bodyguard Handicap

  • Class 6
  • 3YO+
  • Winner £3726
  • -
  • 9 runners

5f 21y

Going: Standard

Surface: AllWeather

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Morty is respected in pursuit of the hat-trick for David O'Meara, but FOR PEAT'S SAKE looks the one to side with. Michael Appleby's charge was just headed by Morty when they met at Chelmsford nine days ago and, although that rival has come out and won again since, the combination of a handy swing in the weights, along with a better draw, makes him appeal most. Admirable Lad completes the shortlist in his search for a hat-trick of victories.

  • 1
    For Peat's Sake
  • 2
    Admirable Lad
  • 3
    Morty
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1 (8)

567511

Shirt

(5)CDD

Form /567511

4

10-4

59

T: D O'MearaJ: Mark Winn
2 (2)

659202

Shirt

(9)D

Form /659202

4

9-10

56

T: M ApplebyJ: Theodore Ladd
4 (1)

034533

Shirt

(22)C

Form /034533

4

9-9

55

T: D ShawJ: Jonny Peate
5 (7)

608234

Shirt

(9)CDD

Form /608234

4

9-7

53

T: D ShawJ: Morgan Cole
6 (11)

190055

Shirt

(6)CD

Form /190055

4

9-7

53

T: C J TeagueJ: Paula Muir
8 (4)

445188

Shirt

(19)D

Form /445188

3

9-6

53

T: J R JenkinsJ: Callum Rodriguez
9 (10)

686700

Shirt

(16)

Form /686700

3

9-5

52

T: R PotterJ: L P Keniry
10 (6)

884728

Shirt

(22)

Form /884728

3

9-0

47

T: J L EyreJ: Oisin McSweeney
11 (5)

725806-

Shirt

(332)

Form /725806-

5

9-0

45

T: S DixonJ: Jefferson Smith
3 (9)

077711

Shirt

(25)CCDD

Form /077711

4

9-9

55

T: C BanhamJ: Joey Haynes
7 (3)

514042

Shirt

(22)CD

Form /514042

4

9-6

52

T: D McCain JnrJ: Harrison Shaw

Race Tip

Morty is respected in pursuit of the hat-trick for David O'Meara, but FOR PEAT'S SAKE looks the one to side with. Michael Appleby's charge was just headed by Morty when they met at Chelmsford nine days ago and, although that rival has come out and won again since, the combination of a handy swing in the weights, along with a better draw, makes him appeal most. Admirable Lad completes the shortlist in his search for a hat-trick of victories.

Pick

  • 1
    For Peat's Sake
  • 2
    Admirable Lad
  • 3
    Morty