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Bet of the day Race 1 5.Total Recall $2.20 FF

Value bet Multi with Race 2 1.Rocket Science $2.10 1st $2.30  FF $10 returns $46.20

Suggested late quaddie for $32.40 for 10% Yes paid $1145

R5   1213
R6   1345678911
R7   57
R8   123489

Race 1


5.Total Recall looked good winning his two trials but looked better left handed at Cambridge when bolting in running truly. On debut jumped well, trailed, wanted to lay in and do things wrong, but closed off like a nice horse. This time, drawn to lead or sit outside it, and left handed, looks well placed to win. RP $1.90, $2.20 ff

Race 2

Confidence: 3/5

1.Rocket Science 1st $2.30  on debut here looked good but wanted to look around and do things wrong. But after a spell, he trialed at Foxton recently and with the blinkers on was a different horse. he jumped well, led and cruised around the corner, and was never let go when others were being ridden out. Drawn wide but with his tactical speed, should be able to slot in somewhere and looks too good for these. RP $1.80


Race 5

First leg of the Guaranteed $25k quaddie.

Confidence: 2/5

1.Badgerringthewitness  ran a strong third last start in a strong form race. The 2nd horse, Ruarch, bolted in yesterday. Gets 2kgs off this time and should slide forward and get a good run and looks ready to win. RP $2.80, $2.30 Ff

13.Mazzini 1st $6.50 with the blinkers going on and on a better surface third up, is a chance.

2.Battle Secret rates on top in the Formpro ratings and drawn ideally.

Race 6

A very open race: In order: 8-4-7-10-1-11

Race 7

5.Rischio running strong placings and looks nicely placed against these with 2kgs off. Blinkers go on.

7.All In Blackberry  1st $9   looked like she would appreciate a middle distance now the way she found the line last start.

Race 8

Another open race where you can make a case for a few.

In order: 2-3-8-1-4-9



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!