Chad Yeomans gives his best horse racing tips for Wolverhampton on Saturday to help you win the jackpot in our free-to-play prediction game.
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The Lincoln Trial kicks off this fantastic card at Wolverhampton.
On a day when it could pay dividends to follow Richard Hannon, I’d keep a close eye on Fox Power in this race.
He’s improving with each start and really learning how to race.
Following his narrow defeat to Via Serendipity last time, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him go from the front and play ‘catch me if you can’ with the rest of the field under regular pilot Silvestre De Sousa.
He’s a course winner and has a good draw in stall 5 for his hopeful front-running style.
The Heed Your Hunch at Betway Handicap is a Class 2 handicap run over six furlongs and has attracted a competitive field of 10.
Kimifive ran decently on his first start since October at Kempton at the end of January, and that race would have put him spot on for this assignment.
Last season, he badly needed his first run of the season before winning at Goodwood at 20/1 on his next start.
This race is not as hot as some of the races he was contesting last season and a mark of 92 is workable for him. I expect he’ll be switched off early and he’ll come with a swooping run down the long straight at Wolverhampton.
The Lady Wulfruna is the feature race on this card and all eyes will be drawn to Urban Icon , with Ryan Moore in the saddle.
Unbeaten on his first two starts at two-years-old, he then made his three-year-old reappearance in the Greenham Stakes, where he finished a very good third.
He was gallant in defeat in the Guineas, the Surrey Stakes and the Jersey Stakes and rounded his season off with a good run at Newmarket in July.
He hasn’t been seen since but is in a class of his own in this race and should take all of the beating in calmer waters.
The Betway Handicap rounds off the card and it could pay to side with Givinitsum for Eve Johnson-Houghton.
This horse has a good level of ability and was a dual winner on his first two starts when trained in South Africa.
He’s shown some promise since moving to the UK, while taking his time to acclimatise.
He has run in much better races than this and being dropped to a mark if 79 has really given him a chance.
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