Favourite factor: Four of the last 10 favourites have finished in the frame (exact science), statistics which include three winners.
2.35: Richard Hannon scored with the winning favourite last year and with the trainer having saddled three of his last five runners to winning effect, Richard's two runners on the card deserve respect on Monday. The first of them is TOLEDO is this event, albeit the official ratings suggest that JEANIE'S PLACE and ZEEONEANDONLY have the terms and conditions in their favour. The latter named David Evans raider scored of this (74) mark at Lingfield on his penultimate start, whilst Jeanie's Place has not been beaten too far on her two previous starts at this venue. CROSS EXAMINE is not entirely ruled out of the equation at the overnight stage.
Favourite factor: Favourites have won six of the last eight contests, coming to the gig on a four timer on this occasion. The biggest priced winner during the period was returned at 15/2, though just one of the other three market leaders added to the Placepot successes of the favourites.
Favourite factor: Four of the seven market have secured toteplacepot positions, statistics which include two (13/8 & 10/11) winning favourites.
Favourite factor: Five of the last six favourites have won this event, with market leaders coming to the gig on a four timer on this occasion. The last six (of seven in total) favourites have secured Placepot positions, whilst the biggest priced winner was returned at just 5/1.
Favourite factor: This is a new event on the Wolverhampton card.
4.45: The somewhat surprising name to create headlines in the toteplacepot finale is trainer Daniel (Mark) Loughnane who has saddled four winners (7/4* -7/2-11/2-7/1) from just eight runners during the last three meetings at Wolverhampton, snaring at least one winner at each meeting. Daniel has offered the green light to his Amadeus Wolf representative ALWAYS ENDEAVOUR here, whilst his other runner on the card is Logans Lad in the seventh (and final) event beyond the Placepot analysis. That raider is due to be ridden by Luke Morris who partners James Tate's Kheleyf newcomer GRECIAN KING in this contest. Others to consider include BEST NEW SHOW and MONPAZIER representing Karl Burke who has won with three of the last eight runners he has saddled.
Favourite factor: Last year's inaugural 7/2 joint favourites filled the forecast positions.