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Wednesday preview and Quaddie syndicate update

Matamata preview here

The rail is out 8 metres from 4m from the may 2 meeting. The track has come back to a Heavy 10 and a fine day is forecast.

If you are in the Quaddie syndicate we are ticking along and getting our fair share but just not getting the double figure winners. Impending was ort anchor at Doomben and he won well, but the third and fourth legs were taken out by $4 winners. The balance is $5205 and details can be seen here. I was going to end the syndicate after last Saturday but as we still have a good bank, I’m going to press on during June with the same approach. There is a Terminating $50k Pick 6 at Cambridge Trots and $20k Bonus quaddies, so I may have a go at one of those plus another gallops quaddie.

Impending had to be good to win on Saturday as the two up front tried to set it up for him to get beaten, but it didn’t work. He just had too much of a powerful finish and is a very athletic horse. He and Live And Free were the two main bets and it was no coincidence that they were both in Australia. With so much information available for racing there now ( The new Punters Intel is just terrific for finding future winners ) you just need the time to sort out the best bets and the bonus is they aren’t racing on tracks that take 1.17 to run 1200m!

So watch out for two or three more well placed bets there for this Saturday.

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Good luck,


About Neil Davis

Neil is New Zealand's leading form analyst with particular expertise in the area of horse racing sectional times. He has had a life time interest in racing. The Formpro website first started back in 2008 - 10 years ago!