Global Academy at Wolves

Global Academy at Wolves

London – Global Academy is a very good horse to be running for just under 6,000 pounds in the Betway Novice Stakes at Wolverhampton today.

Gay Kelleway’s youngster ran off a mark of just 69 in December but wins at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton have seen his rating shoot up to 90. The distance of 1200m as well as the Lingfield track did not seem to suit him last time out but back to the minimum trip and Dunstall Park he can regain top form.


Nonios can defy top weight in the Bet quadpot At Handicap at Chelmsford. He is taking on one of the stars of the all-weather season in King Kevin but the drop in trip may not suit Ed Dunlop’s prolific winner. As King Kevin won over 2400m last time out and seemed to stay every yard of it, the 2000m he faces here might be on the sharp side.

Nonios, on the other hand, is more exposed than King Kevin but is in the form of his life for David Simcock. A winner over this course and distance in January, he has remained at the top of his game ever since and went down only by a short head last time out.

Despite King Kevin’s fruitful spell, the only previous time he has run in this class of race he was put in his place so he will need to have improved again.

The handicapper is struggling to keep up with Good Business and she can win again in the totepool Bets At Fillies’ Handicap. Trained by Henry Spiller upon leaving Jeremy Noseda, she has won both starts for her new yard.

Beginning her new spell off just 51 she won over 1200m in January and then followed up a month later off 56. Now up to 63, she has the excellent William Cox taking 2.5kg off to offset her latest rise in the weights.

Michael’s Mount ran a very pleasing race last time out and looks a cut above his rivals in the Windsor Clive International Novices’ Hurdle at Ludlow. A decent middle-distance handicapper on the Flat, he is now with Ian Williams and won at the first time of asking at Doncaster.

Stepped up markedly in grade for the Dovecote Novices’ Hurdle at Kempton he finished a very fine third in one of the strongest races of its type outside of Cheltenham. – Press Association

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