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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM
None Of Them is normally a very reliable beginner and he should find this much easier than last week’s heat of the Mosman Classic. He has been placed in four of his six tries over this trip and four starts ago he was ultra impressive when run down by Aurora Girl. Tonight he should get a fairly cheap lead and he will figure prominently.
Paddles Anderson showed his true ability with a smart 30.58 Canberra win recently and he was never out of trouble when soundly beaten by Hooksy last week. He should get a nice sit in the early stages and he will make his presence felt. Zipping Tarn will start as the favourite but she is having her first look here under race conditions and I think she is a big risk.
Top Four: 6 – 3 – 4 – 8
Suggested Bet: Win bets on both None Of Them and Paddles Anderson (both will be great value).
Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:50PM
Rosey Gardens is better known as a stayer, however tonight she finds herself in an event which features numerous front runners and she should be able to pick them off one by one off the back straight. She actually led last time over 700m, so she should be able to settle a little closer to the speed than normal tonight.
Miss All Class is drawn to hold the early lead and she recently posted a handy 30.27 win over this trip. The time wasn’t flashy but tonight’s field isn’t overly strong, so if she holds the lead she should be in the finish. Genetic Jenny has plenty of ability but she can be unreliable at times, whilst Joe Hanley can reel off dazzling early sectionals but he is always a doubt over the last 60m.
Top Four: 8 – 1 – 2 – 7
Suggested Bets: Each Way Rosey Gardens
Quinella: 8 to rove with 1,2,7 ($3 for 100%)
Trifecta: 1,8/1,2,7,8/1,2,4,5,7,8 ($24 for 100%)
Race 3 – 520M Grade 4 – 8:07PM
Tiggerlong Amigo has panels on this lot and with an ounce of luck in running, he appears to be the bet of the night. He recently captured the Group Two WA Derby Final and on that occasion he turned in a huge performance after finding early bother. His box manners can be ordinary at times but he has an explosive first 50m which should still allow him to settle in a prominent spot.
Ritza Raider has won four of 14 over this trip and he was far from disgraced when placed here last week from this draw. With Army Surplus drawn underneath he should get a great cart across in the early stages. Prince Tanga has been racing in great form of late and he must be included in the exotics.
Top Four: 1 – 8 – 2 – 7
Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($12 for 100%)
Trifecta: 1/2,7,8/Field ($18 for 100%)
Race 4 – 520M Free For All – 8:27PM
Super race and I think we can find some value with Chica Destacada. Prior to being beaten here last time, she had posted two ridiculous wins here in 29.51 and 29.49 respectively. On both occasions she pinged the lids and never looked back, tonight she should have no trouble leading again and she will take a power of beating.
Double Twist really is freakish and she has won her two starts since resuming from a spell in breathtaking style. Obviously the box draw will pose a few problems but she still has the ability to win coming from off the speed. Evil Punk is another class act but with his wide draw he will need to do everything right early. Gradence doesn’t win a whole lot these days but he will be steaming home late and he is a great dog to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.
Top Four: 2 – 5 – 8 – 3
Suggested Bets: Win bet on Chica Destacada
Trifecta: 2,5/2,5/Field ($12 for 100%)
Trifecta: 2/3,5,8/1,3,5,6,7,8 ($15 for 100%)
Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 Final – 8:50PM
Wild Roses showed tremendous early speed here last week and she appeared to tighten up in the last 50m, that was her first run here for over a month and she should have derived a lot of benefit from it. There doesn’t appear to be many overly strong runners in this event, so if she finds the lead again she will take some catching.
Chilli Sierra is another chaser who is blessed with explosive early speed and she should get a nice cart across in the first 60m. She isn’t known to win coming from off the speed but if she settles in the first two she will definitely be in the finish. Alotta Luck had no luck in her Wentworth Park debut last week and she really caught the eye when hitting the line hard in the final 150m. If she can get through the first bend relatively unscathed she should be right in the mix.
Top Four: 4 – 5 – 6 – 3
Boxed Quinella: 4,5,6 ($3 for 100%)
Trifecta: 4,5,6/4,5,6/1,2,3,4,5,6,7 ($30 for 100%)
Race 6 – 520M Special Event Semi Final One – 9:12PM
The first Semi of the Mosman sees superstar Hooksy get the chance to strut his stuff. Last week he was a tad slow to begin but he showed a blinding turn of foot and he found the lead after 30M. He really is an excitement machine and with a fairly clear run he should make light work of these.
Stilton Blue is a faultless beginner and he was far from disgraced when placed behind Tommy Brislane last week. Obviously Hooksy has plenty on him but if the favourite finds a little bother early he may be able to steal the prize. Warrior King looks to be the logical third pick. He was a recent finalist in the Group One Easter Egg here and when given room early he can show tremendous speed.
Top Four: 3 – 5 – 4 – 8
Trifecta: 3/5/Field ($12 for 100%)
Trifecta: 3/4,5,8/Field ($18 for 100%)
Trifecta: 3/4,5,8/4,5,8 ($6 for 100%)
Race 7 – 520M Special Event Semi Final Two – 9:35PM
Push It has really found her best form of late and last week she carved up a quality field when scoring in a slick 29.81. She has won her past four starts here and on three of those occasions she run sub 5.40 to the first marker. If she steps cleanly again she will definitely give them something to catch.
Zipping Delta is another who is in great form and she used her rails draw to advantage last week when scoring a commanding 29.49 heat win. Obviously she has them covered for talent but she isn’t always reliable at box rise. Mr. Wheatley hit the line hard in his heat and he has the ability to cause an upset.
Top Four: 2 – 3 – 4 – 8
Suggested Bets: Win bet on Push It
Quinella: 2 to rove with 3,4,8 ($3 for 100%)
Race 8 – 520M Special Even Semi Final Three – 9:57PM
Tommy Brislane continues to impress and last week he showed a dazzling turn of foot soon after box rise and after finding the lead he went on to score a convincing 29.71 heat win. Tonight he has a fast beginner and keen railer drawn directly underneath and that should allow him to drive to the early lead again.
All Strung Out is also an exciting sprinting prospect and he went down by less than length here last week in a breathtaking 29.49. He has ridiculous ability but he can be a tad slow to begin at times. With a clear run in the first 50m he will prove hard to hold out. Keybow is obviously the class factor in the event but like last week he has early speed all around him and he will need to do everything right soon after box rise.
Top Four: 4 – 6 – 2 – 5
Suggested Bets: Win bets on Tommy Brislane and All Strung Out (both should be value with Keybow in the race).
Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:17PM
El Caballo has been racing in much stronger company of late and tonight he has slow beginners drawn either side. Two starts ago he was placed behind the in form Unbelief and on that occasion he was able to show good early dash. Tonight he looks really well placed and he should get every chance.
Another Call is drawn to probably find the early lead and he did break 30 seconds when scoring here in late May. He isn’t overly strong but with his early speed he should be able to set up a nice break in the early stages. Bessy Boo is armed with a mighty finish and she is a great chaser to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.
Top Four: 7 – 2 – 3 – 6
Suggested Bet: Win bet on El Caballo (should be $3.4 or better and that is great odds)
Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:37PM
Magic Marlow is ideally drawn out wide and if he can utilise his brilliant early speed he may be off and gone with the prize through the first bend. His PB of 30.31 here isn’t flashy but this isn’t an overly strong race and he is probably capable of running around the 30 flat mark.
Elvee Express mustered pace very quickly when scoring here recently in 29.99 and a repeat of that will see him be very competitive. The only risk is that he can tend to move right at box rise and he will need a lot of luck in the first 50m. Freddy Diesel is a very fast chaser on the bunny and he should get a chance to return to his best form.
Top Four: 8 – 4 – 6 – 2
Suggested Bets: Win bet on Magic Marlow
Quinella: 8 to rove with 2,4,6 ($3 for 100%)
Wentworth Park Greyhounds Quaddie
- Leg 1: 3,4,5,6
- Leg 2: 3
- Leg 3: 2,3,4,8
- Leg 4: 2,4,5,6,7
- ($80 for 100%)