My Kingdom tipped to win 32Red Handicap
My Kingdom is expected to prevail in the 32Red Handicap at Wolverhampton in England on Tuesday, April 24, 2012. The winner of the class-4 race will bag a cash prize of £4,205 in the end.
The going will be good in the 7 furlong 32 yard race, which is scheduled to start at 15:20 GMT, and a total of 11 runners will be seen in action. Their names are as follows: My Kingdom, All Right Now, Yankee Storm, Indian Art, Piddie´s Power, Amazing Star,
I Confess, Restless Bay, The Happy Hammer, Julius Geezer and Al Muheer.
Imprimis Tagula has been ruled out of action due to injury otherwise he could have been a top contender for victory at Wolverhampton. He is a seasoned campaigner, as he has participated in 75 events until now, winning 14 of them. His recent form was also
good, as he was victorious in a couple of his past three outings.
In the absence of Imprimis Tagula, the bookies have given the best odds to My Kingdom, who is in very good shape at the moment. He will have the confidence of the punters as well, as his recent performances have been impressive.
The six-year-old gelding has taken part in 39 races until now, winning six of them and finishing runner up on five occasions. Above that, he has also secured the third place on a couple of occasions, which suggests that he has the ability to fight for top
In his most recent race, the Ian Williams’ trainee finished runner up by just one length. He was not the favourite to win that event, but still gave a tough time to his opponents. He will be partnered by Jamie Spencer, who has won quite a lot of races and
has an impressive strike rate as well.
All Right Now might also attract a few bets in his favour, but his chances of winning the race are less compared to My Kingdom. His strike rate is on the lower side, as he has managed to win just one race out of 23 attempts. He will need a special effort
in order to finish on top of the table today.
It seems that My Kingdom will walk away with a comfortable victory today, as his rivals are not in good form at the moment.