Thoughts on Multi Fours at Wolverhampton tomorrow night

Multi Fours runs in the 6.20 at Wolverhampton on Thursday evening (8th of November). Simon Pearce takes the ride in the six furlong maiden auction. The filly got the idea of things last time out on her second start after being very green first time out. Clearly she is no superstar but a big bump as she was tiring made her final finishing position look worse than it was. Martin Dwyer felt that she had plenty of speed that evening, her subsequent homework has suggested that she is strengthening and finding an extra gear and that sprinting will probably be her forte hence she drops in trip.

The race tomorrow looks a fairly weak contest for a maiden with Nenge Mboko looking as if he is the most likely winner. The rest have shown little or look exposed off handicap marks in the sixties. Forceful Flame will probably appreciate the drop to six and the sounder surface and is probably the main threat to the likely favourite. Ada Lovelace showed a hint of promise on her first start and might well build on that experience.