Monday's Wolverhampton best bets and racing tips: Beny Nahar Road to go one better

Planet Sport tipsters have some evening racing at sunny Wolverhampton to get stuck into on Monday, July 11.

Bit warm out isn't it? So the perfect opportunity for some racing for the balmy evening ahead, make those bookies sweat a little bit more.

Here's a quick list of Planet Sport's hot tips for Monday, with a bit of extra detail on our highlighted selections below that. You can also get all the latest racecards and results with in the live race centre.


17:55 (Wolverhampton) Clifftop Heaven

18:25 (Wolverhampton) Shut Up And Dance

18:55 (Wolverhampton) Lady Raeburn

19:25 (Wolverhampton) Beny Nahar Road

19:55 (Wolverhampton) Stockpyle

20:25 (Wolverhampton) City Streak

20:55 (Wolverhampton) Renegade Rose

18:55 (Wolverhampton) Lady Raeburn

Lady Raeburn went close to getting her head back in front when denied by a neck at Doncaster last time and this appears to be a suitable opportunity for Kevin Ryan's filly to go one better.

Temple Bruer has to be respected on his third at Doncaster at the end of last month, while others worth considering are Sarah's Verse and Cooperation.

19:25 (Wolverhampton) Beny Nahar Road

Beny Nahar Road can make it third time lucky in the At The Races App Form Study Restricted Novice Stakes following two near misses.

Richard Hughes' son of Nathaniel was sent off the 13/8 favourite at Leicester, but was beaten a neck when struggling to organise himself on the undulations of the home straight.

There should be no excuses on this all-weather surface and he remains a smart-looking prospect.

19:55 (Wolverhampton) Stockpyle

Stockpyle is backed to quickly add to his recent Chepstow success and double up in the Download The At The Races App Handicap.

William Muir and Chris Grassick's colt has been seen among some useful company so far in his career and connections could have been forgiven for wondering when a first victory may come following a pair of fine efforts in defeat at both Sandown and Newbury.

However, the half-brother to the stable's Group One-winning Pyledriver finally opened his account at Chepstow on Friday evening when making all in the hands of Oliver Timms.

With that confidence-boosting victory coming in an apprentice contest, he is turned out quickly to avoid a penalty, and can make the same mark of 75 count once again with the more experienced Lewis Edmunds taking over in the saddle.

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