• 17:05 Sponsor A Race By Calling 01902 390009 Handicap1m 1f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 51.48s
  • Off time: 17:15:35
17:05 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Common Diva 11/1
2nd Dark Oasis 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 (3) 794-314 Emerald Green, Orange braces, striped cap Common Diva 11
Beaten FavouriteCourse and Distance Winner
3 9-2 A J McCabe R Winston 68 11/112.00
3 (8) 4591-22 Grey, Emerald Green chevrons, diamonds on sleeves, quartered cap Mullitovermaurice 14
Course and Distance Winner
3 9-0 J G Given T P Queally 66 13/82.62
4 (5) 576- Black, Red Cross of Lorraine, hooped sleeves, Red cap Midnight Bay 61
3 9-0 M R Channon E Creighton 66 9/25.50
6 (7) 07725- White and Red stripes, White and Black striped sleeves, hooped cap Dark Oasis 149
3 8-9 b K A Ryan C Catlin 61 7/18.00
7 (4) 13-5572 Yellow, large Purple spots, Purple sleeves, Yellow armlets, Mauve cap Autumn Morning (IRE) 2
Course and Distance Winner
3 8-7 P D Evans P Donaghy (5) 59 3/14.00
8 (2) 454234 PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap Turn To Dreams 2
3 8-6 P D Evans P Doe 58 11/112.00
Non runners
1 (1)7408-18Miss Fritton (IRE)39-4M BottiJ M O'Dwyer70
5 (6)34362-5Miss Cracklinrosie38-9J R WeymesGraham Gibbons61


Miss Cracklinrosie ran better at Catterick when last seen in November and she has to be considered on her debut on the Polytrack but it is hard to get away from MULLITOVERMAURICE, who gets the nod over Common Diva. Alan McCabe's filly has been running well in claimers of late but won a handicap here two starts ago and she has to be respected off just a 5lb higher mark today. Dark Oasis was slightly disappointing when last seen at Kempton in September but Kevin Ryan's gelding is better than he showed that day and the yard is in good form so he cannot be discounted. Turn To Dreams looks the pick of the two David Evans runners in the race but she has harshly been raised for her latest effort when third to Kayari, while the participation of Miss Fritton has to be in some doubt following her recent effort on Saturday. The vote then goes to Mullitovermaurice, who has done little wrong of late, losing no caste in defeat when a short head second to Svindal in a handicap here last time, and a reproduction of that effort may well suffice.