THIS WEEKS ALL WEATHER FIXTURES - 26th March KEMPTON PARK- 27th March WOLVERHAMPTON- 29th March WOLVERHAMPTON - 30th March LINGFIELD PARK, KEMPTON PARK & SOUTHWELL - 31st March WOLVERHAMPTON & CHELMSFORD CITY - 1ST aPRIL LINGFIELD PARK & WOLVERHAMPTON - 2nd April KEMPTON PARK -

The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips Wolverhampton preview

I am always wary of unraced horses being dropped in amongst more exposed types and with The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips sole selection of the day going in 6:40 it will be interesting to see if there is any market moves for either of the two unraced. Keeping a race horse is a costly business so Chris Dwyer must feel BIT WINDY has some promise, seeing the race course forthe first time at the age of 4 and may be worth a little EW at 25-1.

There was a lot to like about the last time out performance of the lightly raced PETROL who was still showing a degree of greenness in victory here 7 days ago. The step back in trip is of slight concern but if Daniel Tudhope makes more use of the horse I would expect to see further improvement and another victory in the 7:40.

Saoi

SAOI was unlucky not to go back to back last time out and was pulling for its head of a dawdling early pace before closing all the way to the line from midfield to be denied by a head down Lingfield Park’s short straight. The return to Wolverhampton where it will be better able to use its finishing speed to full effect will see its head in front again in the 7:10.

MISS BUNTER has not been out of the frame in her last 6 starts and the form of her last two races stacks up very well. There is no Clubland or Aubrietia in this race and with David Bergin back on board I expect to see her repeat the 4th January victory tonight in the 6:10

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Friday, March 08, 2013

The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips Wolverhampton preview

I am always wary of unraced horses being dropped in amongst more exposed types and with The Actuary All Weather Horse Racing Tips sole selection of the day going in 6:40 it will be interesting to see if there is any market moves for either of the two unraced. Keeping a race horse is a costly business so Chris Dwyer must feel BIT WINDY has some promise, seeing the race course forthe first time at the age of 4 and may be worth a little EW at 25-1.

There was a lot to like about the last time out performance of the lightly raced PETROL who was still showing a degree of greenness in victory here 7 days ago. The step back in trip is of slight concern but if Daniel Tudhope makes more use of the horse I would expect to see further improvement and another victory in the 7:40.

Saoi

SAOI was unlucky not to go back to back last time out and was pulling for its head of a dawdling early pace before closing all the way to the line from midfield to be denied by a head down Lingfield Park’s short straight. The return to Wolverhampton where it will be better able to use its finishing speed to full effect will see its head in front again in the 7:10.

MISS BUNTER has not been out of the frame in her last 6 starts and the form of her last two races stacks up very well. There is no Clubland or Aubrietia in this race and with David Bergin back on board I expect to see her repeat the 4th January victory tonight in the 6:10