October 16 Racing Tips: Nacho a tasty pick at Wolverhampton

Planet Sport tipster Pete Farries is back and he spies plenty of value of the all-weather at Wolverhampton on Saturday, October 15. Ascot hasn't got the only Gosden action.

We start with a runner which sounds a lot like a famous eau du cologne. Pete's pick smells like a winner in the 6.30.

6.30 Wolverhampton - Aramis Grey

Pete has a sniff of a win for the Rae Guest four-year-old Aramis Grey here, a duel winner in her last two races.

The filly was triumphant last time out over course and distance, which gives her obvious claims at Wolverhampton

Callum Shepherd gets the leg up.

Here's a snippet of why Aramis Grey can go for the hat-trick.

"Absolutely love the look of this Rae Guest four-year-old, has finished in the top two in five of the last six runs. Won over this trip here at Wolverhampton last time, does take a step up in class but I just don't care.

"This is at the moment a runner of exceptional quality, keeps finishing in there, run on well last time to get the victory. I just can't see how Aramis Grey is beaten in this race."

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7.30 Wolverhampton - Emblem Empire

The John and Thady Gosden yard comes with a sizeable reputation and this colt's performance in his two opening races merely adds to the hype.

Emblem Empire was a winner last time out on the all-weather at Lingfield over one mile, two furlongs, meaning that the three-year-old will stay Saturday's trip all day long.

The trusted Robert Havlin gets the ride.

Here's a morsel of why Emblem Empire can build something at Wolverhampton.

"On debut at Kempton looked very very good in standard/slow conditions, got a second placed finish and all was well but when things sped up a little bit last time at Lingfield, got the win, got a very good win and looked impressive….

"There's a couple with a second here and a third there but in the end I don't think anyone is going to be able to stop Emblem Empire."

8.30 Wolverhampton - Nacho

Donald McCain is in outstanding form and can make the opposition feel the crunch with Nacho.

A course and distance winner last time out for the jumps trainer over an unusual sprint trip shows McCain's versatility.

David Nolan hops up on Nacho.

Here's just a glimpse of why Pete wants a taste of Nacho.

"Some really good performances recently, the likes of Beverley, getting a second placed finish, ran well at Chepstow but was a winner here at Wolverhampton last time around. A good runner and a very good victor as well.

"This is a race that I think is actually quite wide open and the value on Nacho is likely to provide you with some good each-way opportunities."

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