7th Oct 2016 | Horse Racing
York Tips: Tylery Wonder
Record on good to firm, excluding seasonal debuts is 15331 and having only his third start for Paul Midgley.
Paul Midgley is a dab hand at training older sprinters and he’s got a nice recruit in the shape of Tylery Wonder. Previously trained in Ireland, he made his UK debut at the start of September finishing a close second at Doncaster. It was some effort considering he helped set an overly strong pace (96.4% finishing speed) and was caught in the shadow of the post.
It was a similar story at the Curragh last time, the 6-year-old couldn’t quite see out the race from the front this time because of the heavy going. To be at his best Tylery Wonder needs fast ground and his record on good to firm (excluding seasonal debuts) is 15331.
A mark of 83 is not insurmountable, he’s won off higher before and he is well drawn in the 3.55 York. His recent speed ratings suggest he is at the top of his game and he can provide connections with a second win in the race after they won it with Haajes in 2010.
Odds correct at time of publishing: 02:29 7th Oct, 2016 but subject to change