Wolverhampton racecourse is an all weather track situated just outside Birmingham. The course is located in an unusual place in the centre of a housing estate. There are many Saturday night meetings at Wolverhampton with racing throughout the year due to being able to host races in all weather. There are 2 feature races which are both in March, the Lincoln Trial Handicap and the Lady Wulfruna Stakes which is a listed race over 7 furlongs.
The left handed oval course was one of the first in the UK to have floodlight around the Tapeta track. The Tapeta track was the first installation of it’s kind in the UK making it a revolutionary course. The first meeting that was on the new Tapeta surface was ran in August 2014 which is a a mix between Fibresand and Polytrack. It’s a specialist course so when looking at betting trends it’s vital to look at past form, jockeys and trainers results.
The tight course is very flat with a 1 mile circumference very similar to a lot of US tracks. Horses who can keep the pace do well here as it can be very difficult to pull through from the rear of the field. It’s too early stages to have the info to see where form can be replicated from but Newcastle could be a good guide in the future, we will see.
When looking at the draw bias, the lower the draw the more advantage there is in the race. Obviously there is less distance to travel on the inside rail but it’s not a huge bias that will affect betting much. Getting in a prominent position early has the biggest advantage so a slow start could be the be all and end all. Our Wolverhampton horse racing tips take into account draw bias and course and distance statistics.
There are very low strike rates for jockeys at Wolverhampton. For example Luke morris has had 245 runs with only 36 wins. Luke Morris currently holds the lead for the most wins but the most impressive this year so far is Silvestre De Sousa with 19 wins from 68 races.
Looking at Trainers, Gosden has an impressive strike rate from his yard this year and David O’Meara is also having a good year. Appleby is ahead of everyone on wins but has one of the most runs at the course.
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