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Wolverhampton each-way tip (2030): Naadyaa can defy odds in search of belated maiden win

If the bookies are on top of their game, then the last race at Wolverhampton looks likely to be a three-horse race between the market leaders, but they just might not have things all their own way.

20:30 Wolverhampton: BetUK. It’s Where The UK Handicap (1 mile 4 furlongs 51 yards)

Top weight Louisiana Bay crowned some decent performances with an overdue maiden success under Oisin Murphy last time out at Southwell, and even a two-pound rise should not slow him down enough for the majority of his rivals here.

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Second-favourite Pittsburg returned to the all-weather circuit after a productive summer over obstacles, and it only took one pipe-opener for the eight-year-old to find his stride with a tidy win in a 12-runner handicap at Kempton earlier this month.

Course-and-distance winner Mirabello Bay makes up the market-leading trio, but his short price holds little appeal after only making the each-way frame once in 14 outings over the last 12 months. 

The remaining eight runners are all available at double-digit odds at the time of writing and with four places readily up for grabs that offers plenty of each-way value elsewhere, even if none of the top three miss their mark.

Eaux de Vie is the first to catch the eye after a couple of second-placed near-misses this year, the first of which was over this very course and distance.

She could go well again under Cam Hardie, but our final each-way nod goes to Alexandra Dunn’s Naadyaa, who holds better claims than her price indicates on her best form.

Her current odds probably are a reaction to her last-of-ten finish when last seen at Kempton a month ago, but her previous three trips to Wolverhampton’s track suggest a more promising effort can be expected here.

Third and fifth in 12-runner handicaps before Christmas offered some encouraging signs, and that promise almost converted into a long-overdue maiden win when she was just about kept at bay by the progressive Optik, who has since franked that form with three more victories.

Naadyaa’s mark has remained the same all winter, but the booking of claimer Joe Leavy has effectively reduced it by a useful seven pounds, and that might just be enough to help put the five-year-old mare in the mix here. 

Suggested best bet: Naadyaa each-way in the 20:30 at Wolverhampton



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