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Weekly Review ending September 11 2022

Espionarge Race 3 Matamata September 7

After beginning awkwardly he got back then weaved his way through them to finish second to his stablemate. His last 200m was the best in the race and he will improve that.

Astradeel Race 4 Wingatui September 9

After getting well back he motored home to get fourth in clearly the best sectionals of the race. On that run should be suited to 2000 next up.

Aljay Race 1 Hastings September 10

After being held up for a few strides, once he got clear he put up a huge finish to grab second. A very promising run and shouldn’t be hard to place.

Molly’s Game Race 7 Ruakaka September 10

She motored home for third in the fastest last 400 and 200m. The way she is racing, she may have another win in her.

Sea The Dream Race 4 Waverley September 11

To do this at his debut run in almost identical race time as the R65 race, was impressive. The big fella should be even better over more ground as well.

Faraglioni Race 6 Hastings September 10

She was caught in a pocket until too late but finished hard in the equal best last 200m. Just needs a decent tempo and a bit of luck and she will be a winner.

Sans Doute Race 7 Hastings September 10

After being caught wide she had to burn petrol to make the lead and they weren’t going slowly! So to hold on for second was full of merit and she will be much harder to beat next up with a decent draw.

Cross Roads Race 8 Hastings September 10

The way he stretched out stylishly with the best closing sectionals of the race, shows that he can pick another win before the tracks get too firm.

Green Luck Race 9 Hastings September 10

He may have only finished fifth but the way he worked home in the second best last 200 metres, shows the any increase in ground will help. He excelled over a mile in Hong Kong.

Andalus Race 5 Ruakaka September 10 

The way he finished off his last 200m in the fastest of the race indicates that third up and fitter he will be primed to win.


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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!