18:45 Wolverhampton Sat 16 March 2019

  • Ladbrokes Home Of The Odds Boost Handicap (Class 5)
  • 1m 4f 51y, Standard
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£400.005th£400.006th£400.007th£400.008th£400.00
  • Surface: Allweather
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Winning time:2m 39.57sOff time:18:45:29
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1
(6)
39-7OR: 75BFD
7/1

Followed up a win over this trip at Lingfield with a good second over an extended 1m1f here last time out. Return to this trip in his favour and is likely to play a leading role on handicap debut.

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2
(1)
39-7OR: 75BFC
1/1

Winner over an extended 1m here in January and finished a good third off a mark of 73 at Chelmsford (1m2f) subsequently. Dam showed good form over this distance and he represents a top yard upped in trip on handicap debut.

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3
(4)
39-5OR: 73
3/1

Sings of ability in four starts at two including when 6L second over 1m2f at Chelmsford in October. Gelded since finishing fourth at Newmarket (1m1f, soft) subsequently and interesting to see how he fares stepping up in distance.

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4
(5)
39-4OR: 72
13/2

Career best effort when finishing a neck second to Natsovia over C&D in a handicap last time out. Represents a useful stable and is a notable runner racing off a 2lb higher mark.

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5
(2)
39-3OR: 71CD
12/1

Made a winning handicap debut when taking a C&D contest by a neck at the end of last month. Had Thunderoad back in second that day and is an interesting runner following a 3lb rise in the weights.

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6
(3)
38-11OR: 65
20/1

Good second in first time blinkers (retained since) over an extended 1m here in January. Well held on handicap debut at Chelmsford (1m2f) subsequently and others hold stronger claims.

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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Albert Finney (1/1), Caplin (3/1), Thunderoad (13/2), Paradise Boy (7/1), Natsovia (12/1), Time Immemorial (20/1)

Verdict

PARADISE BOY should appreciate the return to this distance and he is taken to make a winning handicap debut for a stable with a 50% strike-rate (5/10) in recent weeks. Albert Finney represents a leading stable and he can finish runner-up on his first handicap appearance while third can go to Natsovia, the sole filly in the line-up and a winner here last time out.
  1. Paradise Boy
  2. Albert Finney
  3. Natsovia

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