5:45 Wolverhampton (27th September) Free Horse Racing Tips

FIT AND READY
A restricted Maiden Auction Stakes over 5f 216y.

Amy Ryan is fighting for the Apprentice Jockeys' Title and this talented rider is in a prime position to do just that with her father a source of talented two-year-olds. The money is down for Al Udeid, a son of Verglas. The Ryan stable can ready a debutante and even though it is never easy to win at the first time of asking on a turning course I would expect a big performance. 


Secret Missile was a 42,000gns foal for William Muir's Racing Partnership. This bay colt has been quoted as a talent but suffered a setback and connections stated this colt would benefit from his first race. By all accounts that was a fair debut effort and stepping up in distance should see a sterling run. Muir is a canny devil and if this youngster starts favourite it would speak well and the horse to beat.


Of the rest Puteri Nur Laila has run five times with mixed efforts. Paul Cole's representative has gone close to winning on a couple of occasions. This filly has been a law unto herself if not temperamental. In many ways I wouldn't give this youngster a chance. However, her trainer has stated that this daughter of Strategic Prince has always worked like a winner at home. The blinkers have been applied which suggest Lane [jockey] will press on from a wide draw. Not the type of horse I would bet on but could go well at a price.

Compton Silver may sneak into a place for Hans Adielsson.

Conclusion: I wouldn't look further than Secret Missile and Al Udeid. The former is likely to progress markedly from his debut when not fully wound up. This was a costly purchase for this grade and Muir has stated they hold this youngster in some regard. The money for Al Udeid is worthy of note. Ryan's stable know a fair horse when they see one and with Amy Ryan challenging for the apprentice title a bold show should be expected. I would slightly favour Secret Missile simply because this turning course can be a baptism of fire for debutantes and inexperience could be costly. However, both should be respected.

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