• 16:40 Totepool Our Profits Stay In Racing Handicap1m 141y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 50.02s
  • Off time: 16:41:32
16:40 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st African Cheetah 7/2
2nd Ansells Pride (IRE) 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 008211 Royal Blue and Orange stripes, White sleeves, Orange seams, Royal Blue cap, Orange star Fandango Boy 11
8 9-6 J P Broderick E Ahern 73 7/24.50
2 (3) 090118 Red and White halved, quartered cap Alqaahir (USA) 28
Course and Distance Winner
7 9-4 L Smyth Liam Jones 71 10/111.00
3 (2) 144356 Orange, White star, White sleeves, Orange stars, Royal Blue cap, White star African Cheetah 49
3 9-3 R Hollinshead A Kirby 72 7/24.50
4 (7) 2-166 Yellow, Maroon braces and sleeves, Maroon and Yellow hooped cap Bawaardi (IRE) 25
3 9-3 R A Fahey Lee Topliss (7) 72 6/17.00
5 (5) 800083 Purple, White chevron hoop, armlets and cap Ansells Pride (IRE) 28
6 8-13 B Smart T Eaves 66 8/19.00
6 (6) 152106 Red, black stripe, black armlet, red cap Secret Hero 49
3 8-13 L Smyth J P Sullivan (7) 68 20/121.00
7 (4) 000075 Dark Blue, Grey braces Hyde Lea Flyer 51
Course and Distance Winner
4 8-12 E S McMahon Graham Gibbons 65 5/23.50


Shane Broderick's FANDANGO BOY disappointed over hurdles at Naas in October but has shown much improved form back on the flat in recent starts on the level, winning his last two starts, and he can complete a hat-trick with the main dangers rated as Bawaardi and Ansells Pride. Bryan Smart's gelding showed improved form having been dropped in the handicap when a close third here behind Spinning last month and he has to be respected racing off a 1lb lower mark today. Alqaahir has been in good form but disappointed when behind Ansells Pride last time and now looks best watched with a bigger danger likely to come from African Cheetah. Reg Hollinshead's colt has run below par in his last two starts but they have both been on turf and he has to be considered on earlier form on his first start on the Polytrack. Richard Fahey's Bawaardi is less exposed than most of these after just four career starts and he has claims on his first start on the surface but Fandango Boy has been in good form and can win again.