Cyclones close by, a ten-race card that includes plenty of recent horses and restricted moist kind and dwindling (negligible) income for my little tipping weblog.

What may probably go improper? Hopefully some worth has been discovered and Jay Ford takes care of the remaining. Good luck all.

Operating whole
Items wager: 44
Items gained: 44.60
Whole: +.6 (primarily based on one unit win wager on every high choice, NSW dividends)

Race 1 – 9 Cap’s Boy
We kick off with a full discipline within the Freeway and no moist kind in sight.

Cap’s Boy seems to be just like the horse with probably the most potential, he chased runaway leaders properly final begin and went like the additional 200 metres can be superb. The moist? Effectively, his dam appreciated it, and his sire gained his solely begin on heavy.

Mayaman is up for this if he can deal with the monitor, and Senatorial (16 winless runs and now consecutive wins) will run the journey and is positioned on heavy floor.

Race 2 – Four She’s Ideel
Sticking with She’s Ideel right here. She was a superb winner final time and is 2/2 on gradual. Beginning of Venus charges properly and has the heavy monitor win, Our Enjoyable is the opposite essential probability however has no moist kind and is 0/2 on the distance.

Race 3 – Eight Sei Stella
Sei Stella was good first-up, I recognise the rain is a danger however am hoping she will plug by means of. Humorous race – God of Thunder and Corfuscate are the opposite class runners, Miss Exfactor has gained recent and on delicate and heavy.

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Race 4
No picks within the two-year-old race because of the excessive variety of runners solely having had half of begins.

Race 5 – Four Ashlor
I’m completely satisfied to have Ashlor on the good value, this horse has been racing in opposition to the most effective sprinters at weight-for-age, steps down a notch right here, is in at a lightweight weight and likes the sting out.

Jungle Edge is the apparent menace, magnificence recent turning again the clock, loves moist tracks however struggles second-up.

Race 6 – 12 Domed
A really difficult race to begin the second half of the large card. I’m going with Domed, who raced in opposition to some good horses (Samadoubt) final prep and was okay, likes the moist (2/6 gradual) and can be higher with a run underneath his belt.

Lawyer may be an excellent horse, 3/4/8/11 additionally all proper in relying on climate and race circumstances. I’m leaving out Monsieur Sisu, even with the rain.

Race 7 – 2 Lyre
Lyre ran third within the Slipper on heavy, sure the winner that day is right here as properly, however this filly may be the higher horse general. 1/3/Four different class runners.

Our Bottino ridden by Damien Thornton

(Leonie Grbic/Racing Photographs by way of Getty Pictures)

Race 8 – Dreamforce
One in all my favourites is returning right here. In his final prep Dreamforce crushed Te Akau Shark first-up over the identical 1400 journey. Glad Clapper and Avilius are each superstars themselves.

Race 9 – Lashes
Lashes bruised my coronary heart final begin, however I’m giving her one other (final) shot right here in opposition to the mares and with the give out of the monitor. Have 4/6/7/9 and 11 all within the combine, good luck.

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Race 10 – 13 Manhattan Mist
I reckon it’s the form of day the place it’s utterly cheap for a horse to win for the primary time since 2008 to complete up. Manhattan Rain runs some pretty fourths that usually suck me in, and he’s achieved it once more.

Add 3/6 at 1300, half of on heavy, Jay Ford on board (see my bio) and a $26 value and I’m eager.

I gained’t go too laborious, there are many probabilities together with 2/5/7/Eight and even 12 (if not too moist). Don’t be shy quaddie gamers.

Group 1 tip (one unit)

Flemington Race 7 – 1 Redzel
I’m hoping the champ Redzel has one left in him, notice that he coated Nature Strip first-up final preparation at equal weights by over two lengths.

Go properly punters, dream it, do it.

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