2023 Lady Wulfruna Stakes Betting Odds at Wolverhampton racecourse

Saturday, 11 March 2023

There are several horses who have a lively chance of landing a victory in the Lady Wulfruna Stakes and that includes Noble Dynasty. This is a chance to qualify for the All-Weather Championships at Lingfield Park, with the runners and riders lining up at Wolverhampton Racecourse and there are a maximum of twelve horses competing on the all-weather track.

There are going to be several horses in with a chance of landing a victory and many of the runners seem similarly-matched. Watch out for the chance to land odds boosts if you are looking to back Noble Dynasty and the Godolphin horse has secured victories in three of his previous four encounters, although there could be other each-way possibilities.

2023 Lady Wulfruna Stakes Betting Tips

Noble Dynasty has not been seen at a racecourse for over 100 days, although there was an impressive showing at Lingfield Park back in November. The horse didn’t have a huge amount to beat in that race and was sent off as the 1/3 favourite, with the runner having previously triumphed in the Turners Handicap over seven furlongs when lining up at Newmarket Racecourse.

However, Angel Bleu is an interesting runner who is also near the top of the market. The last time we saw this horse in action was at Goodwood Racecourse back in July, with the horse actually producing a commendable performance in esteemed company when competing in the Qatar Sussex Stakes and that includes the winner Baaeed.

Previously to this, the Ralph Beckett-trained charge was able to perform reasonably well at the 2022 Royal Ascot meeting when finishing down the order in the St James’s Palace Stakes, with Rossa Ryan booked to ride a four-year-old who has the ability to run a big race over seven furlongs in a race where there are also several each-way shouts.

We have many horses returning after a long lay-off and that includes Dhabab who is another strong four-year-old trained by Robert Havlin. There wasn’t much to like about a fourth-placed finish out of four runners on the Kempton all-weather at the end of November, although there was a win at Lingfield previously to this against ten other runners.