• 20:50 Great Offers At Wolverhampton-racecourse.co.uk Handicap1m 1f 103y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 59.58s
  • Off time: 20:50:28
20:50 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ahlawy (IRE) 7/2
2nd Empowered (IRE) 8/13


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) 41- Red, White sash, Royal Blue cap Empowered (IRE) 181
4 9-4 W J Haggas Tony Culhane 82 8/131.62
2 (4) 23-1131 White, Royal Blue star and armlets, Emerald Green cap Ahlawy (IRE) 7 (ex6)
Course and Distance Winner
6 9-4 bt F Sheridan Andrea Atzeni (5) 76 7/24.50
3 (1) 3/8-6836 White and Yellow stripes, Black cap Count Trevisio (IRE) 30
Distance Winner
6 9-2 p1 J Gask C Catlin 80 20/121.00
4 (5) 00-5725 Yellow, Royal Blue chevron, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Royal Blue cap Scamperdale 36
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
7 9-2 B P J Baugh R Winston 80 16/117.00
5 (3) 5-41212 Orange, Black stars on sleeves, Black cap, Orange star New Star (UAE) 13
Course and Distance Winner
5 8-11 W M Brisbourne L Morris 75 15/28.50
6 (2) 467000- Maroon, maroon and yellow check sleeves Piper's Song (IRE) 65
6 8-4 Pat Morris Amy Baker (5) 66 66/167.00


It is AHLAWY who gets the nod here ahead of course and distance winner Scamperdale and Empowered. The selection was a course and distance winner last time and looked comfortable on the drop in class, showing himself to be a bit better than the grade of opposition. His form figures over this course and distance make for impressive reading and he looks more than capable of taking his fourth course and distance win of the year. William Haggas' Empowered, a half-brother to Derby winner Authorised, was triumphant at Kempton at the last time of asking back in October of last year. The little form that the colt has shows that he runs well fresh and he looks more than capable of making the money here. Scamperdale was a little disappointing last time in a race that was run to suit; he is worth another chance though and has recorded seven of his eight career wins at this track so should be there or thereabouts. Of the others Count Trevisio looks best; the gelding had not been showing a lot for his new connections after leaving Godolphin, but he is at least coming down the weights as a result. He shows definite signs of a revival here and is one to watch out for but for the winner we can look no further than Ahlawy.