• 14:30 Wolverhampton Hospitality - A Pleasure Claiming Stakes5f 20y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Off time: 14:30:17
14:30 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Little Edward 5/6
2nd Ten Down 11/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 281050- Royal Blue, Orange star, striped cap Little Edward 331
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
12 9-9 R J Hodges G Baker 92 5/61.83
2 (4) 655/901- Royal blue, white cross belts, royal blue sleeves, white spots, white cap Hinton Admiral 332
6 9-5 M S Tuck V Slattery 77 8/19.00
3 (6) 442-215 White, Red star, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap Desperate Dan 52
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 9-3 v A B Haynes Amy Baker (5) 73 3/14.00
4 (3) 278529 Red, Royal Blue stars, Red cap, Royal Blue star Ten Down 35
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 9-3 M Quinn S Sanders 54 11/112.00
5 (2) 4-34752 Yellow, Black triple diamond, Black sleeves, Yellow armlets, quartered cap Best One 20
Distance Winner
6 9-1 b R Harris C Catlin 52 12/113.00
6 (7) 339236 YELLOW, BLACK star, quartered cap Bluebok 35
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 9-1 bt J M Bradley S Donohoe 55 20/121.00
8 (5) 0000-90 Yellow, Light Blue hoop, Light Blue sleeves, Yellow armlets Michael Collins (IRE) 20
4 8-13 G J Smith K Ghunowa 43 200/1201.00
Non runners
7 (8)7/63609-The Lord109-1W G M TurnerSaleem Golam54


The Ron Hodges-trained Little Edward is by some way the pick of the eight runners for this claimer but he has struggled in limited opportunities since winning a handicap over course and distance over a year ago and looks best watched on his belated reappearance in a race taken to DESPERATE DAN, who gets the vote with Ten Down looking the best of the rest. The selection has been running consistently well in handicaps here of late, winning last month, and looks worth another chance in this grade having been below par in a similar contest last time. Hinton Admiral won well in a Yarmouth claimer when last seen in May but lack of a recent run is of come concern for his new stable having been claimed out of Richard Fahey's yard. Mick Quinn's Ten Down is better than he showed in a handicap here last time but he needs to improve to trouble the judge, while Milton Bradley's Bluebok is not as good as he once was and looks booked for a place at best. Andy Haynes has his string in fair form and Desperate Dan can give him another winner.