Through The Card: Wolverhampton, Wednesday May 9

There is all-weather racing from Wolverhampton on Wednesday evening
There is all-weather racing from Wolverhampton on Wednesday evening
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Timeform take you through the card at Wolverhampton on Wednesday...

"...she is expected to get off the mark upped to a trip that should suit..."

Timeform on Full Suit

17:55 - FULL SUIT (3) has more potential than most in this line-up now making her handicap debut and the booking of Simon Walker is a big plus. Her latest run over a mile and a half at this course wasn't devoid of promise and she is expected to get off the mark upped to a trip that should suit. Air Ministry is another who shapes as though the step up in trip will suit and is feared most, while Sheriff Garrett looks best of the remainder.

18:25 - Percy Prosecco is the one attracting support this morning but, THE KNOT IS TIED (10) would have gone in many notebooks last time at Pontefract and he's taken to get off the mark in a low-grade handicap. He shaped far better than his seventh-place finish suggests and will probably come on for that run. Pact of Steel finished behind a useful horse last time and could prove best of the rest.

18:55 - SUNSHINEANDBUBBLES (2) and Lady Persephone fought it out over C&D last time with the former coming out on top and she is expected to confirm the form with that rival. Her consistency is hard to knock and another bold bid is expected. Monaco Rose is of some interest given she was running well around this time last year before losing her way.

19:25 - VERANDAH (3) was beaten just over two lengths by a subsequent 1000 Guineas winner in a Group 3 at Goodwood when last seen in August and that is by far the best piece of form on offer. If she is anywhere near that sort of form after a wind operation she should go close in what looks a hot novice event for the track. Adjutant sprung a surprise when winning on her stable debut at Newbury last time and looks a danger, while Worth Waiting is another to consider.

19:55 - HIPZ (3) is a consistent mare who can notch her eighth-career win in an open-looking handicap. She's done very little wrong in recent months and is well drawn so is fancied to finally take advantage for this yard. Sir Lancelott won over this trip in February and has been knocking on the door of late, so is feared most ahead of Mossy's Lodge, who will appreciate the return to the all-weather.

20:25 - TIME TO REASON (1) probably went a little too quick at Chelmsford last time and is chanced to belatedly get off the mark for this yard having won off a higher mark in Ireland in the past. Grey Destiny can be temperamental but he'll appreciate the return to this venue and he'll benefit from the likely nature of the race, while the well-handicapped Bouclier was supported overnight and it will be interesting how he fares in the market closer to the off.

20:55 - REVENGE (4) justified market support to get off the mark over six furlongs here last week and should make a bold bid to follow up turned out under a penalty. This represents a slight drop in class for Ellen Gates who ran well on turf last time, and she looks a danger, along with the consistent Furni Factors.


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