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Wolverhampton best bets: Absolute Dream primed to confirm progress at decent odds

Hopefully saving their best until last, our friends at Tipstrr have run their numbers over the very last race of the evening meeting at Wolverhampton to share their most widely-tipped selections.

20:30 Wolverhampton: Download The Racecourse App Raceday Ready Handicap (7 furlongs)

Ravenglass and Port Noir are expected to live up to their early market support, but lurking just below them in the betting at a slightly more appealing price is Richard Fahey’s capable performer Absolute Dream.

Most of his work has been done at Newcastle, including last time out a fortnight ago, when he dead-heated for second with only the proven nine-year-old Tathmeen too good for him on the day.

That runner-up spot was built upon an even better performance as a 12/1 shot at Southwell 15 days earlier, when Absolute Dream had to dig deep to win by a short head and a neck from Urban Dandy and Cubanista in a thrilling photo finish.

That was the eight-year-old's first experience of cheekpieces, which are retained here, while the winning jockey that day Oisin Orr also returns to the saddle in a seemingly significant move after missing his last outing.

Suggested best bet: Absolute Dream in the 20:30 at Wolverhampton

With four places up for grabs across the bookmakers’ board, each-way options abound here, with course-distance winner Mudlahhim expected to make his presence felt off a lenient mark, but one to catch the eye of Tipstrr’s each-way specialists is another winner over this very trip, Rose Fandango.

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Although disappointing in his two outings this year, John O’Shea’s eight-year-old is capable of much better than his form of his current odds suggest, and he could be ready to bounce back here off a dropping mark.

Rossa Ryan is entrusted with Rose Fandango’s reins for the first time, and fresh from two decently priced wins in his last seven rides, including one at Bath on Sunday, the in-form jockey would appear to have been booked to bring out the best of his mount’s capabilities.

Each-way punt: Rose Fandango in the 20:30 at Wolverhampton


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