Each-Way Thief: Mount Mogan to hit the heights at Wolverhampton

In the week his star sprinter Starman was retired, the talented Ed Walker sends speedster Mount Mogan to Wolverhampton. There may be some value on the horizon on Monday, October 11.

Aint no mountain high enough for Ed Walker's runner at Wolverhampton, eyeing a hat-trick.

3.25 Wolverhampton - Mount Mogan

A winner on both turf and the all-weather in recent runs, this Ed Walker trained four year-old has found form in the Autumn.

Already a course and distance winner at Wolverhampton early in his career, Mount Mogan was victorious on his penultimate six furlong start at Kempton, with a solid enough, one length win over the Harry Eustace trained Highfaluting.

That was followed up by a game three quarter length win over Monday's sprint distance at Haydock last time out on turf.

The capable Hollie Doyle get the ride, never a jockey backwards in coming forwards.

Walker's Starman was retired to stud this week, highlighting the quality of animal he has at his disposal and Mount Mogan can add another sprint win to the C.V. here

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