RACE 1: TAB HIGHWAY HANDICAP (1500m)
Laughing Or Crying made all of the holes last start to win a Highway Handicap. But the yet easily raced six-year-old made it great. He only stands 1.5kg after the request of Jean Van Overmeire. Danny Williams has a very powerful hand in this week’s Highway. Although this gelding mightn’t be the top grain on potential. He is properly seasoned for the bustle of this job field. And seems to be the one discounted by the market. Also led by Williams, three-year-olds Leg Work and Shelby Sixtysix both reported aggressive wins. Over the Wagga feast in heavy restrictions. Boned Leg Work was the best of the two wins. But it had the bonus of racing briefly at the conference.
How to play it: Laughing Or Crying each-way.
RACE 2 : SEGENHOE STUD BENCHMARK 78 HANDICAP (2400m)
Harpo Marx was unlucky last start at Warwick Farm over to 2400m. As an easing favorite but with Re-Edit ripping along in bow. He had to track from a long way down and felt the grasp late. That should view him being at full health fourth-up. Maybe it’s all come to a building too soon. For the import that’s unique to Bjorn Baker’s firm. But being so easily run and with such great form lines from abroad. He ran a close second to Il Paradiso in Ireland 12 months ago. He’s deserving another chance. Kaapfever was tough in the market for the Wagga Cup. But didn’t examine the conditions. The market also discounted him. Fanciful Toff was no competition for Too Alike The Sun’s last origin. But that horse has as won the Warrnambool Cup.
How to play it: Harpo Marx to win.
RACE 3: YARRAMAN PARK WOODLANDS STAKES (1100m)
The newsreader is a horse deserving following as she sneaks out in ways. Like the way, she finished off on debut after Macroura. And Wild Ruler. By a 1.5kg swing, an extra 100m, including that race practice under her zone. She can surely turn the tables. Of the central draw and with Brenton Avdulla sticking. She’ll place just off midfield back what seems a very good place. Macroura is difficult to beat being two from two, bringing the inside peg. And with James McDonald steering. I was struck by the way Bellevue Star got late to succeed at Canterbury the last origin.
How to play it: Newsreader to win.
RACE 4: INGLIS 3YO GUINEAS (1400m)
We’ll get a much more on Masked Crusader this week. He has got three from four and put his competitors to the bill. Last weekend with Tommy Berry merely having to move the reigns. It was self-important. Before that, the Hawkes-trained three-year-old got himself out of a blind spot at Bendigo. With a dazzling turn of base. All the signs are there to recommend the son of Toronado is an association winner. In waiting and this limited listed race is a good stepping rock to proving it.
How to play it: Masked Crusader to win.
RACE 5: VINERY STUD BENCHMARK 78 HANDICAP (1100m)
Lashes front up upon the boys but in her two races in BM78 class. Last training she approached by 2.8 units and then two. They were critical successes as well. In the opening of these, she returned Adelong a touch-up. Adelong pushes her a huge 6kg more valid off. But Lashes has shown in the history that she is a touch strong than this grade. With two contests under her belt, the four-year-old looks well set from the entire draw. That’s the sealer: where she’ll be located in the run Coiled upright in after the speed. Very careful of Broken Arrows.
How to play it: Lashes to win.
RACE 6: TAB LUSKIN STAR STAKES (1300m)
Eleven hasn’t fired a shot in two races behind. But he gets a graceful set-up here facing the older horses third-up. In his latest two preps. The more difficult he went into his campaign the great he got. Just wants to find that report that saw him consume a pair of lengths off Alligator Blood. Maps to be in the initial couple and get on activity favors. It’s terms for the real Eleven Eleven to stand up and assume he will. It looks just to be a handful of good winning bets with Graff amid them. Hugh Bowman leaps off to ride Ranier. But believed Graff did just first-up in the Hawkesbury Gold Rush.
How to play it: Eleven Eleven win.
RACE 7: COOLMORE DENISE’S JOY STAKES (1100m)
Fitness belted her competitors first-up above 1000m. proving what an excellent before that had suggested. That she has responded better than always. Given the John Thompson-trained horse has previously won four from six. That’s fearful for her competitors again second-up. Plans to get all of the in-run favors and profiles. Like she’ll be too real again. Sally’s Day gets a giant leap from a Wyong BM64 first-up into a scheduled race. But she is a capable filly and won there like a horse. That’ll cover-up in this. Aquitaine seemed sharp in a fresh trial.
How to play it: Fituese to win.
RACE 8: EMIRATES PARK DARK JEWEL CLASSIC (1400m)
Asharani is diving at the time and slips into this race widely ignored. Due to a hopeless seventh on the Kensington sign the last start after Phaistos. The four-year-old wasn’t entirely free until the 100m mark. And similar the way she hit the line. That was her first race in blinkers. Strome was only hit 2.5L when first-up in the Hawkesbury Crown loses 2kg here. And could jump off that to increase second-up. Bangkok was leaving the last start. No doubting that. but her form earlier to that was good for this. Could pay to absolve one bad run.
How to play it: Asharani to win.
RACE 9: ARROWFIELD ORTENSIA STAKES (1100m)
Bon Amis is a Rosehill 1100m expert with a record of 9:5-2-0. The Jason Deamer-trained six-year-old pays for his union. With a high grade which makes him 59kg. But he moves gracefully to track the speed. And has Hugh Bowman in the seat. The Bon Hoffa gelding is a proven load vector and on the back of a trivial last campaign. It seems worth the risk at the odds to jump back to his best form. Prophet’s Thumb is a sensitive horse when everything comes into place. She kept following at Caulfield’s last origin lumping 61.5kg. Now with Anthony Freedman, and loses to 54kg for this. God Of Thunder joins Villami on equal heads. And only has a 0.1L edge to turn around on the last start.