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Sunday specials posted by 10 a.m.

Good morning,

I’ll post the Sunday selections by 10 a.m.

Update 9.15 a.m. I’ve been through my Blackbookers and no value in any of them, but we can look forward to some good racing at Te Rapa tomorrow.

It proved to be a tricky day for most punters yesterday, but the warning was there about the tough heavy track at Trentham and Slow track at Ricccarton. The bet of the day, and only Quality bet for the day, Les Gracieux, proved to be a couple of classes too good for the average WFA horses in Australia in the Cox Plate. She was heavily backed in the last few minutes of the race, probably based on how she paraded before the race. Jayne Ivil was really impressed with her athletic and professional look which gave many punters the nudge they wanted to hear. She was given a top ride by Damian Lane, although she didn’t handle the final bend that well. Lloyd was a happy chappy too after getting a $322 multi up for his Heads Up multi.

Travelling Light was given every chance to win and had to be good as Bavella wasn’t stopping once she got in front.  And the Valley Quaddie was struck for a $10 bet for a $130 return, so hopefully that helped with the pain of the Poms beating the All Blacks last night.

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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!