Chad Yeomans reveals his top tip for Wolverhampton on Wednesday, where we're offering money back as a free bet up to £10 if your horse finishes second.
The feature race on the card at Wolverhampton is the Class 3 handicap over 7f and it’s a competitive race by all accounts.
Reeves is at the head of the market following his impressive winter campaign so far, winning four from four and showing bundles of improvement, but where is his ceiling?
He’s gone up 15lb for those four successes and, at , he’s plenty short enough for me.
YOUNG FIRE is of interest for David O’Meara and Shane Gray.
He’s shown more than enough since moving over from France last term to suggest that he’s capable at this level.
We haven’t seen him since he was a good second over course and distance in November, and a victory here would put him in the reckoning for the All-Weather Championships Apprentice Handicap on Finals Day.
He’ll need to go up a few pounds in the handicap, but that would be a given if he were to win this.
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