• 19:10 Bet Multiples - Betdaq Handicap1m 141y

  • Winner £2,590 2nd £771 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 51.51s
  • Off time: 19:10:32
19:10 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Slikback Jack (IRE) 3/1
2nd Abriachan 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 330228 Dark Blue, Yellow inverted triangle, striped sleeves and cap Slikback Jack (IRE) 17
Course Winner
3 9-7 D Nicholls I Mongan 74 3/14.00
2 (6) 934100 Orange, Dark Blue disc, striped sleeves, Dark Blue cap Khandaq (USA) 41
3 9-7 t V P Donoghue P Mulrennan 74 8/19.00
3 (2) 234632 Red, black seams, red sleeves, white stars, red cap, white star Lay Claim (USA) 24
3 9-3 p A J McCabe James Doyle 70 9/43.25
4 (1) 103 Royal Blue, White hoop, striped sleeves Rubi Dia 205
3 8-11 M Johnston J Fanning 64 2/13.00
5 (7) 906937 Dark Blue, White cross belts, White sleeves, Dark Blue armlets, White cap Abriachan 15
3 8-10 M G Quinlan William Carson 63 3/14.00
7 (5) 900 Black and white diabolo, striped sleeves, quartered cap Kings Craic 13
3 8-7 D Carroll Neil Farley (5) 45 20/121.00
Non runners
6 (3)4-3897Spirit Of Love (IRE)38-8M WighamR Winston61


Kings Craic needs a market check ahead of his handicap debut now stepped up markedly in trip while support for Spirit Of Love should not go ignored, but preference at this stage is for LAY CLAIM. Alan McCabe's horse ran well behind an above-average type at Southwell and shouldn't be inconvenienced by a return to this track, judging by his close fourth off 4lbs higher here in September. He's evidently responded well to the fitting of headgear and, while still a maiden, may be set to get off the mark at the expense of Rubi Dia. Mark Johnston's charge is nicely bred and ran well over 1m2f at Nottingham having refused to settle. The drop in trip and return to an artificial surface should help this all-weather maiden winner and he's a threat to all ahead of Slikback Jack, whose chance may have gone following a rise in the weights for two placed efforts in October.