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Moonee Valley

1- Familal a son of Encosta De Lago showed really good signs in winning the first. When the race had to be won he was far too strong on the line for Smoochum. Pretty good speed in this clapped on by Lady Phoebe who stuck on for third, but Familal looked the most impressive. Home in 35.50

2- Deloraine took advantage of two good leaders in Scenic Silver and Kitz Lane in coming off there backs to win. Finished it off pretty smartly. Scenic Silver put in a bold effort and did really well to hold second in front of Kitz Lane who seemingly had every chance in third. Home in 35.35.

3- Hubcat showed plenty under pressure to beat the tough front-running Publishing in the third. The two of them broke away from the field at the 400m and fought it out tooth and nail to the line, with Hubcat looking the winner and just producing enough to get there. Excellent efforts by both of them. I think Hubcat will appreciate an easier track than the Valley in the future. Home in 35.47.

4- Playwin always seemed to have them covered in this and that’s how it panned out. Sans Gene her recent nemesis again provided the competition but Playwin was a tick too good for her. Good efforts by the first two showing they really like the track. Home in 36.52

5- Youthful was too tough for Atapi who went up on the home turn like the winner. Youthful was a bit too solid for it and won handily, Atapi must surely now be considered the best non-winner going around as it again loomed as the winner here but failed to really finish it off. Jygah our sneaky place tip did just that and bobbed up for third after working into it when the speed when into the race. Home in 36.52

6- Apologies in advance to owners of the winner, but this had to be one of the worst open sprints run and won. Like the rest of Australia we were all on Jennings, not because it’s any great galloper but because the rest are C-graders. Anyway, in the end old Kelthorpe outgunned Cyclone At Sea and the very disappointing Jennings. Home in 36.09

7- This race wasn’t much better, but Mr Dane provided the only sound performance here and was rewarded with a commanding win. Mad Dugal who missed the start, worked to the lead and held on for second while He’s A Pearla only battled in to the placings. Satinspin ran on after being hard ridden well before the turn, and Governor Bois would have finished a lot closer if it wasn’t hampered with at the turn in to the straight. Home here in 37.93 pace was solid.

8- Paris Return who battled in to a midweek fourth last start finally showed something by running over the top of these. Gypsy Battalia did all the hard work and looked pretty honest in second beating home Iris in the Glen who looked good, but as suggested didn’t seem to comfortable getting around the bends at the Valley. Home in 36.15 pretty slow overall.

Analysis form was solid again, despite my best bets both running third. From races 2-5 I was pretty spot on. Comparing myself to other media outlets I rated Race 2 Deloraine they didn't (it won 9-1), Race 3 Hubcat was my top rater and won, Race 4 most were on Kingston Bird (unplaced), I suggested that Playwin was the only one to be on here and was an each-way bet to none I recall (It won at 6-1). Race 5 most of them were all over Bird Dancer (It did nothing) while my suggestions Atapi(2nd) and Jygah (3rd: 12-1) ran bold races with my punting strategy showing a return for Jygah's placing.

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Sandown & Moonee Valley Midweek

Askew has a lot of talent did everthing possible to throw his debut race-away but was seriously tough in hanging on. Probably the only shining light on the programme. Hurricane Gust and Reliability looked the best from the Friday night meeting. Both were in tough races which were run at savage speeds but they seemed to thrive on that.

Win of the Day

Askew - Midweek.

Horses to Follow- Deloraine, Famillal

Better than it looks- Askew, Iris in the Glen

 

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