Hadley Park was considered one of the stars on the Wolverhampton card as he bid to enter the field for a second time in three days, live on Sky Sports Racing.
5.30 Wolverhampton – Hadley Park takes second win in three days
Hadley Park was a marginal winner on Saturday at Chelmsford and returned just 48 hours later with a good chance to progress for George Boughey’s team. (5:30 pm).
Kevin Stott leads the Munir & Souede-owned two-year-old, who has improved on previous goals.
Nine competitors lined up head-to-head, including two notable ones, Bear Force and Lionella, who made their kindergarten debut.
6.00 Wolverhampton – Irregular war for better win?
By Roger Varian Unusual War made an encouraging post-Knight debut at Yarmouth at launch and will no doubt be fancied to take a better step in this informative teenager (6h00).
In the first two divisions, he faced another Boughey and Stott contender in Apex, who finished fourth in both starts for the Highclere team.
William Knight’s Ben Dikduk also looks to be improving and might be worth a look after his third at Newmarket last month.
8.00 Wolverhampton – Botti targets two with hot handicap
Feature event takes place at 20:00with old favorites Danehill Kodiac ran for coaches Joe Tickle and Taylor Fisher as apprentices.
He was out of form late and faced Vidhaata and Lucky San Jore, Marco Botti’s handicapped debut, who were chasing a hat-trick.
It’s also worth noting in Francesi from Sean Woods, after a pretty hard run in recent times.
Watch every race at Wolverhampton live on Sky Sports Racing on Monday, November 7.