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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday for G1 action and track was GOOD-4 to GOOD-3, the rail was 6m and there was no bias evident !!
Run Of The Day:
With right on 50% of the vote, the ‘’winner’’ was clear and OCEAN EMBERS takes Run Of The Day this week from DEFINE (21%) and UNDER THE LOUVRE (19%)… It was hardly a shock to this punter, her win was brilliant! To come from where she did (3rd-last) when the leaders absolutely crawled through a 37.66 1st-600m )honestly, I cannot recall a 1200m run slower in recent times on Good track)…. To win, she needed to run freak sectionals, and she did! Home 33.69 last 600m, in that was a 10.88 from 400m-to-200m, then home 11.32…
Ignore the moderate overall time of 1-12.23 here given said ‘’barrier trail’’ speed early, she ran down THAMES COURT who sat up outside that slow pace and battled well to keep a clear second from TELOPEA who saved ground from just off midfield, overcame a slight baulk and ran home hard (home 11.54), her run was good. ANDRASSY led (every possible chance this tempo) and DON’T DOUBT MAMMA motored late here fresh, she was only 2/100ths of second slower than OCEAN EMBERS that last 200m, she was back bear the winner but was ‘’left standing’’ when Ocean Embers took off, her 600m-to-200m was 22.69 Vs winner’s 22.37 an that tells the story. EGYPT was 3rd-fastest home in 11.51, good return her too.
To the G1 Memsie Stks and BLACK HEART BART had the nice run off the strong speed and was too good, simple. They looked to go very hard up front but 1st-800m split was 48.36 so, hardly ‘’suicidal speed’’, built yes, strong speed and winner ran 1-23.93 for 1400m. RISING ROMANCE sat off that speed (just in front of winner) and was good but simply found one better. MAHUTA went through 1-off the inside and just holds third from the gallant TASHBEEH who looks something to bet on shortly away from WFA. These four (up near speed) were in one race and the rest were in the other: PALENTINO got lost but made nice ground gassiest the race shape and measured up to G1/WFA grade, ALPINE EAGLE was a sound 6th (he sat just off the winner) and only 1st-up. TARZINO was run off his legs (clear last !!) and made up very good ground, in fact, his 22.72 last 400m was race-fastest, he and winner BLACK HEART BART (22.94) were the only two to break 23-secs that last 400m. HE OR SHE hit the line quite well also.
The Heatherlie was Race 8 and, well, it was an odd one! A real ‘’grand prix’’ race where nothing much changed all the way around, the first four out here ran 1-2-3-4. GREAT ESTEEM led all the way running 1-43.49 (record 1-42.42) beating the well-backed TOM MELBOURNE who sat second and gave his all, he raced keen as usual. LONGERON was third all the way and MAGNAPAL fourth all the way. Best closer was SECOND BULLET who was off a freshen and he hit the line 22.91/ 11.66 both race-fastest. BERISHA (did enough) and ARAB DAWN (nice on line – home 11.68) ran well given race pattern and PROVOCATIVE warmed up when race was all over, she ran 11.82 last 200m but it was really only that last 50m she ‘’got warm’’. Had to like the way ALMOONQITH hit the wire too! (no splits recorded for him).
REDZEL was backed and sped along leading all the way in R5, he ran 29.71 1st-500m (well rated) and held off UNDER THE LOUVRE who produced his customary rocket finish… Wow, that last 100m!! He is always a sectional star and ran 11.58 home here. Liked the return of SANTA ANA LANE from off midfield, he found traffic then ran home 11.7 one-off that inside section. DAN ZEPHYR (midfield/ saved ground/ sound return) and WE’VE GOT THIS (nice late – his last 200m was just 1/100ths off that of Under The Louvre – Not many get close to his closing fractions). Jury out HELLBENT.
The 3yo’s did battle in Mcneill Stks Race 6 and DEFCON was not brilliantly away, gave them all weight (bar one) yet was too strong late, had to really like his last 50m or so when he showed his dominance. He beat HIGHLAND BEAT who travelled up like the winner and was solid, but no match late. WAZZENME ran home well, his 11.86 last 200m was the equal of HIGHLAND BEAT and bettered only by winner (11.53). SEABURGE also had the full penalty and he ran a sound fourth here fresh. REVOLVING DOOR made nice ground (home 11.94) with HARDHAM (11.93) who acts like he wants 1600m at least. AWAKE IN GRINZING coming off a good debut win in blanket finish did not measure up. They ran 1-11.40 off 35.93 1st-600m. On times, the leaders here would have been some 9L+ in front of Andrassy (led the mares in race 9) with 600m to travel.
Better mention LEOTIE who was dominant despite ‘’switching off’’ when she hit the lead, she ran 21.96 last 400m then day’s fastest 10.94 last 200m off a crawling speed. SEBRIKKA also ran 10.94 home).
Better mention the top return of HE’S OUR ROKKII too who managed an 11.52 last 200m with 56kg fresh-up. HE went to a new level last prep and is back !!
THE FORGIVE FILE:
SEBRIKKA (injured), LABELLA (only clear last 50m/ good return!), ALL CERISE (rider concerned with action), GINALI (missed kick/ wants further), MANHATTAN BLUES (very wide), CHASE THE HORIZON (bad start/ good finish), SUNDAY ESCAPE (never clear !!!), SHIRAZ (very wide), KINETIC DESIGN (back and wide), MISS SOFTHANDS (little room. tempo against), A LOTTA LOVE (4-wide), JESSY BELLE (still not out !!) and MOSSIN AROUND (3-deep no cover).
In Sydney racing was at ROSEHILL where track started Heavy-8 and went Soft-7 from race 6 onwards. Rail was True, winners were off the inside lanes and that was the better ground.
Run Of The Day:
Whilst star 3yo’s ASTERN and STAR TURN were excellent (gapped rest) I’m leaning to SIR BACCHUS for top honours on the day. He went way back and leader got away with 36.82 1st-600m then pinched a break straightening, the back markers were left flat-footed and a ‘’mile’’ back… SIR BACCHUS warmed up then charged late (11-flat 400-to-200m then 11.46 home), top return win! Good horse!
Winner ran 1-11.93 which was one full second (around 6L) slower than aforementioned star 3yo’s however, they were one full second slower that first 600m so… Runner-up was SNOOPY who sat upon sharing second and kept giving! Suited further now it seems. HANDFAST sat back at tail behind winner, he came widest and ran a sub-11 split 400m-to-200m then ran home 11.54, good return him too. Leader was ENCOSTANATI (well-rated/ nice kick/ grabbed late).
As mentioned over the last few weeks, the new season 3yo’s keep running time! The Run To The Roses was no different. Yep, 35.81 1st-600m then 1-10.92 overall (on an improving track it needs to be said) and the quinella had 3.5L on the rest of the field, said quinella was ASTERN who came from midfield and joined in very quickly, great change-up speed! he ran 11-flat 400-to-200m then 11.13 home, STAR TURN was runner-up and he too ran 11.13 home, arguably, his rider was a little ‘’too patient’’ as he took over still bolting, fancy he was taken a bit by surprise given who quick ASTERN did quicken. The distant third was IMPENDING who was between the quinella straightening, he didn’t quicken like the stablemate but kept battling well and pipped EL DIVINO (led) for third, MEDITERRANEAN was close-up 5th with NIKITAS who did well after covering ground (fence was off). TESSERA went over line nicely (home 11.45) and wants further.
The Premier’s Cup was Race 8 and SENSE OF OCCASION sat wide midfield and despite that, kept coming and ran over SINGING (every chance/ honest!) late, all honours winner but the quinella did have the match-fitness over MAGIC HURRICANE who joined in like the winner 300m out, fancy he peaked late, he gave them all weight too remember. SONG AND LAUGHTER ran home 11.97 after being bit slow into stride, only winner (11.94) was home faster.
Liked the speed win of CHETWOOD in the last as new season 4yo with big weight, he sustained strong speed mid race and kept running, there were good gaps behind, CONARCHIE was clear second best after siting up second and ORCYM SAM ran home quite well for distant 3rd. WE’RE SURE ran on (too close inside for mine) and CAN I HAVE hit line 12.07 so he was race-fastest home, ready to win in easier? They ran 1-21.97 for 1350m.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
NORTHERN JOURNEY (attacked lead mid race), ERIKA (no peace), EXTENSIBLE (no peace entire race!! Sigh!!), RHODIN DRIVE (drove lead read), COCOEXCEL (1400m??), MOMMA’S SNITZEL (checked 200m), HIS MAJESTY (slow out/ worst ground), TELPERION (back/ wide), TESSERA (not in A-ground), ALLERGIC (luckless), LOOPHOLE (worked hard early), RULING DYNASTY (wet/ amiss?), CANNYESCENT (back and wide) and EVER SO NATURAL (thumps).
Bring on Saturday!
- Gator
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The simple answer is, our man David “Gator” Gately has always wanted this service to be seen as ”THE BEST value racing information available, bar none”

 

WINNERS were pouring in again this week:

 

His BET OF THE DAY was LEOTIE, he had, on-top: HE’S OUR ROKKII ($7), BLACK HEART BART, EVACUATION, SIR BACCHUS… add to those, he had VIBRANT ROUGE ($12.9), DEFCON ($7), OCEAN EMBERS, ANTONIO GIUSEPPE, CHETWOOD plus the Run To The Roses first-4: ASTERN, STAR TURN, IMPENDING and EL DIVINO as his top-four raters!!

 

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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at MOONEE VALLEY on Saturday on a track upgraded from Soft-6 to Soft-5 from race 7 onwards. The rail was TRUE, the pattern suited those off the inside rail.
Run Of The Day:
The podium horses this week: KEN’S DREAM, CATCH A FIRE and FAST CASH. Giving the ‘’gold’’ to KEN’S DREAM though, he went from an Echuca maiden into Saturday’s Mckenzie Stks and led in a modest 37-flat 1st-600m yet was able to run 1-12.68 for 1200m…
…why was this so impressive? There were 4 x 1200m races on the day and this 3YO ran 1-12.68 and was within 3/100ths of s second of seasoned older sprinters later in the day (on upgraded track) won by JUST MAGICAL and he ran this time despite the first half of the race being run around 9L slower !! KEN’S DREAM beat DAM READY and there were one-two all the way, the runner-uo had trialled super coming in and they gapped third, that third horse was THROSSELL who was sound home and beat fourth easy.
So, race 9, JUST MAGICAL sits off the 35.29 1st-600m and finished too well running 1-12.63 holding off FAST CASH who couldn’t keep up early then flashed late to just miss (12.45 last 200m was race-fastest). SEBRING SUN made a good debut for the Weir stable coming from midfield wide with cover and joining in, fancy he peaked late, fancy he is better drier too! RICH JACK raced tight turning and kept going strongly to the wire, there was just .3 over these four horses. MAGICUS went early and couldn’t quite finish it off, he was 5th. MAGNUS REIGN ran home 12.76 and was sound.
The Carlyon Stks was Race 8 over 1000m and HEATHERLY was too strong despite racing ‘’fresh’’ midway, she took over early (off 36.21 1st-600m) and lasted from VIDDORA who measured up very well, she was wide no cover then charged out after Heatherly, she ran 11.65 home, that figure was bettered only by the resuming O’MALLEY who came from last, came wide and attacked wire in 11.62, the fastest all day. Great return him! ENERAL TRUCE was an every chance 4th. They ran 59.82 for the 1000m.
CATCH A FIRE was super winning race 3 coming from back, she was forced wide and asked to sustain a long run fresh-up yet beat older mares clearly. She ran 1-13.01 off 36.35 1st-600m (so quicker early than Ken’s Dream, yet slower overall). FOREIGN AFFAIR measured up well (every chance) running second and had match-fitness on-side. VIBRANT ROUGE keeps racing well, she ran home hard late and her 12.13 was clear race fastest, she wants 1400m! NOT A HAPPY CAMPER ran super here off wide run and she drifted back to slower inside lanes in the straight. ROCKOLICIOUS raced tight then was close-up, fancy she wants further too. FRENCH EMOTION made a good return running home 12.18 from back on rail, after being held-up.
SWEET SHERRY won the fillies race (race 4) and ran 1-13.37 for the 1200m, it was the slowest of the four 1200m races but they also went a ridiculous 37.82 1st-600m so they were never able to run time. Winner had rails trail then gained inside run (but off rail) so it was perfection for her. TAN TAT BEAUTY attached the line from midfield with cover and MOTOWN LIL was forced wide then rattled home in 11.68, great run Vs the slow speed and one of the faster closing splits of the day.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
AU REVOIR (lame), CAPRESE (poor recovery), REFUSE TO LOSE (poor recovery), FRENCH EMOTION (limited luck/ room), ZAMZAM (upside/ down), MOONLOVER (slow out/ worst ground), DEZURI (wide), VERSTAPPEN (lame), BAFFERT (mucous), LUCQUES (worst ground), TOOLEYBUC KID (slow recovery), COOLDINI (wide), CHILL PARTY (action/ amiss?), SHIRAZ (luckless), PASSING SHOT (slow recovery), LE BONSIR (took off wide/ early), RUNSATI (led VS pattern) and SHAF (shuffled back/ no guide).
In Sydney the racing was hot, the track was RANDWICK and the rating of the track was Soft-5 to Good-4, the winners were away from the inside rail.
Run Of The Day:
With 50% of the vote you went with WINX over DIVINE PROPHET (22%) and OMEI SWORD (19%)…. No shock for mine! WINX was outstanding, sitting off the slow (50.94 1st-800m) speed and cruising to the lead under a hold (just like recent greats Black Caviar and Maybe Diva before her), she ran amazing sectionals, as she does !
… The runner-up was HARTNELL and he might be back to his best? He tracked the winner and got left but battled well to the wire beating leader REBEL DANE who just lasted for third from LUCIA VALENTINE who is never that effective ridden that close, she also battled well. VANBRUGH was the disappointment off the nice trial. They ran 1-23.83 for 1400m.
Back to Race 4 and DIVINE PROPHET was restrained to last, came widest and ran over two good ones in DERRYN and THORIUM, what adds merit to the win was the fact said placegetters were one-two in running and ran 41.9 1st-650m. There was a gap to 4th, PRIZED ICON, his effort with 61kg was most pleasing, yes he copped windburn from winner but that winner had 6kg on him from their G1 clash in Autumn. TAJ MAHAL made a good return also after racing keen/ fresh early. Worth noting they ran around 8L quicker early than the other 1300m race (won well by PEARLS) so no shock they ran quicker, 1-16.68 whilst PEARLS recorded 1-17.33.
Hard not to be impressed with OMEI SWORD in the Silver Shadow, she sat midfield off 35.05 1st-600m and niggled before the turn then joined in and raced away running 1-9.68, this filly was .24 quicker than older mare TYCOON TARA a race later. Runner-up BACARELLA sat 3rd no cover and was keen yet joined in with the winner, she was blown away late but ran super. QUICK FEET kept closing nicely into 3rd, ZAFINA did nice work late, she wants further now.
TYCOON TARA sat up second on 35.25 1st-600m and held off LE ROMAIN in the Show County running 1-9.92. MOUNT NEBO was the best closer, he ran home hard, as did MESSENE who was fresh-up here, the old boy went very well also. Winner was .2 slower early and .24 slower overall than filly OMEI SWORD (as touched on)
THE FORGIVE FILE:
TORGERSEN (not much room), SHADOW LORD (slow out/ pace against), PINDAN PEARL (blew start badly), ELUSIVE RUNNER (also blew the start, badly), FIVE PENNIES (wide), HIGH TEC (early check), KENT (raced tight as winner went by/ should have finished closer), MANAYA (back/ wide and too keen), ROSE OF MAN (bad start/ good run), FREEZE THE CHARGES (wide) and GLENBAWN DANE (wider!).
- Gator

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SUMMARY OF LAST WEEK:
Racing was at CAULFIELD on Saturday on GOOD track, the rail was out 3m and track played quite well although the inside lanes did chop out of the day wore on.
Run Of The Day:
Thanks to all who voted, note, for those on twitter you can vote each Saturday evening/ Sunday morning after I have posted the ‘’finalists’’ (twitter handle is @gatorgately).
With 32% of the vote the Run Of The Day winner was JAMEKA, and her return was terrific, off a tardy start she recovered to settle midfield in the Lawrence Stks and closed nicely to be right on the heels despite limited galloping room that last 100m… Also on the podium was MISS ROSE DE LAGO (31%) from I AM A STAR (20%).
MISS ROSE DE LAGO was strong winning the Lawrence as the tempo meant she was a sitting shot for swoopers late but she kept going too well for the match-fit JACQUINOT BAY who was every hope but certainly rock solid given the WFA scale was against him somewhat. Third was ENTIRELY PLATINUM who closed nicely fresh off the back of his nice jump out form. LORD OF THE SKY led in 48.05 1st-800m so he certainly set a solid (if not suicidal) speed and was only collared that last 150m, he ran well given it was tougher to lead as the day went on. Loved the run of MAGNAPAL who was outsped in fast-run 1400m and was building momentum beautifully when baulked, he still hit the line 12.09 last 200m which was bettered only by SET SQUARE who rushed home 11.85 from way back. Others of note: SUAVITO (home 12.12) and BERISHA (also home 12.12) did more than enough! Overall time was 1-24.85
The other 1400m race was Race 9 and although BM78 grade, it was a strong race given the trifecta have form around Group horses! Said trifecta was PRINCE OF BROOKLYN (great ride from wide draw and he was favoured drawing wider later in the day but, loved the chase and he ran down a handy one); MR INDIVIDUAL (led in 49.45 – so – Lord Of The Sky would have been around 8L in front of him with 600m to run – He was entitled to kick, he did, but had no answer for winner late) and VOSTOK (sat second and battled well but quinella were too strong – he beat fourth ok). Worth noting these three were the new season 4yo’s and time was not far off that of the Lawrence Stks (1-25.14) despite significantly slower 1st-800m, trusting this form! Others: WHEATSHEAF FLYER ran home in race-fastest 11.93 and was first home the older horses; SO DOES HE (home 12.04) was sound; CURRAGH KING was sub-12 home (11.95) and went very nicely himself.
To the 3YO races, first the boys:
VAIN Stks race R5 and RUSSIAN REVOLUTION was a bit too fast, he led in 30.14 1st-500m so had it easy enough then kicked strongly, he ran 11.36 400-to-200m then lasted to score and stopped the clock 1-5.14, as you will see, his time measured up well against fillies and older horses on the day. If there is a query on the race it has to be the fact that there was 2.6L over the first seven runners!?!? Time will tell. Runner-up HIGHLAND BEAT just lost touch (and around 1L) and a vital stage then had good run through and ran home hard (11.70 last 200m was race-fastest) with HARDHAM very good from the back too, he recorded 11.73 and was forced (arguably) a touch too close to those inside lanes? VALLIANO sat second/ leader won but was close-up and sound. WAZZENME had match fitness but ran home well also, he ran 11.93 that last fraction.
The QUEZETTE for the fillies was R6 and the winner was I AM A STAR who produced a big finish from well back just holding off LEOTIE who was run off her legs a bit early and couldn’t really keep up, she eased to the outside and flashed home in 22.7 and 11.49 (2nd-fastest of the day/ winner was 22.8/ 11.68) and they grabbed leader ATHENA LASS late! Said leader ran 29.81 1st-500m so would have led Russian Revolution roughly 2L with 600m to run, they ran 1-5.03 overall so .11 faster than the 3yo males. NAJMAAT was a sound/ every chance 4th here and SWORD OF LIGHT 5th, she had to carry the 57.5kg so was giving weight to all. SELENIA was the only other runner to break 12-seconds home (11.96) and her return was quite good.
The other 1100m race was for the older girls in R4 and OCEAN EMBERS impressed! She sat back off a 30.28 1st-500m (so leader SHAKESPEAREAN LASS was slower early than both 3yo races) yet swopped over them and recorded an 11.37 last 200m which was the fastest of the day! CANA sat handy and hit the lead but was no match for the winner’s finale, good return this girl though. GLENBAWN DAME was up on that modest tempo and held 3rd. They ran 1-5.03 so time was identical to the new season 3yo fillies in the Quezette, however, they were .47 (almost 3L) slower early.
The other key race was the Regal Roller R8 and VOODOO LAD was back to his best around a turn, with the weight relief, he did power away late from JUNGLE EDGE who had a cheap lead (36.47 1st-600m) and the ever-unlucky FAST N ROCKING. PALENTINO was solid fresh given he had a task as a new season 4yo with 60kg here, he ran home 11.97 but winner was too slick, too fit, and had 6kg less! Winner recorded 11.69 last 200m but the 400-to-200m split of 11.25 was significant when putting the race away. They ran 1-11.35 and it was not  away for fast times.
THE FORGIVE FILE:
LILLY DAZZLER (little room/ was not hammered!), GIGI GIRL (throat abnormality), MOSSIN’ AROUND (looked big hope when luck ran out vital stage), MISS GIDGET (not much room/ late splits were good), REVOLVING DOOR (wide/ went early), ZANAHARY (wide/ green), SHE’S POSITIVE (wide no cover), MERRIEST (not much room/ chequered run/ back to inside), CONSCIOUS (way too keen), CONCEALER (ditto), MODERN WONDER (sore), MAHUTA (lame), GIRL GUIDE (slow recovery), GOLD SYMPHONY (upside/ down), DOWNHEARTED (3-wide no cover), HOKKAIDO (way back from bad gate/ late splits sound), TINY’S LEGACY (worst going) and FRESHWATER STORM (also in wrong spot).
In Sydney racing was at ROSEHILL on SOFT track. Rail was out 6m and track played well, winners led and swooped here.
Run Of The Day:
The podium spots go to STAR TURN, SADLER’S LAKE and WE’RE SURE (with EXTENSIBLE getting an honourable mention)… Giving the ‘’gold’’ to WE’RE SURE narrowly, he produced an outstanding finale in the last to get up and score and was really the only horse this race to emerge from the back….
…It does add merit to the win given runner-up ENCOSTANATI sat handy, took over (maybe too soon?) and third horse CONARCHIE was right up on-speed also (did cover ground/ ran well). Fourth was DRAGON FLYER who made good ground from just off the winner mid race but was (obviously) no match at all. They ran 1-21.96 for 1350m here.
The feature was the San Domenico Stks STAR TURN ran up to his excellent trials with a terrific win, he sat handy on a moderate 30.50 1st-600m split and took over winning in 1-4.39 for 1100m, the time was exceptional when lining up with the other 1100m race on the day, that race, won by handy older sprinter HIS MAJESTY was won in 1-5.05 which was significantly slower than Star Turn despite the older horse’s race being run faster early (they went 30.17 1st-500m). Great sign for new season 3yo! San Domenico runner-up was TANGO RAIN who had led the winner, and had match-fitness on-side, third was KENTUCKY MISS who was clear in time but no match for the quinella, what she did do was beat Slipper winner CAPITALIST home, he tracked the winner and peeled out looking a big hope but didn’t finish his race off, worth noting he did have the 60kg here.
HIS MAJESTY’s win was very good in R8 by the way, back, baulked key stage then builds momentum and hit line hard beating another swooper in SARAJEVO who came to the outside and rushed home, they had both trialled very well leading in. Third was SAVOUREUX (yep, another swooper/ good return) from SNOOPY who certainly didn’t have much luck at the vital stage, DECISION TIME was fifth and there was .5L covering these five!
THE FORGIVE FILE:
TREE OF JESSE (wide no cover and too close), EGYPTIAN RULER (little peace/ ran well), LOUD DEBATE (ditto), MORE THAN FABULOUS (bit wide), ROCK MYLADY (covered ground), DOUKHAN (lame), MR DARCY (found trouble), AURORA GLOW (not much room!), PIRATE BEN (wide no cover), GAME PIE (also not much room), CATON (badly blocked), SACRED MASTER (back and wide off slow speed), COSMIC CUBE (forced 3-wide), RULING DYNASTY (unsuited), SNOOPY (as mentioned), GRANDE PUNTO (held-up until 125m), KANGARILLA JOY (bled), EL SASSO (wide), EVER SO NATURAL (needed more room) and TAKEWING (raced in traffic also).
- Gator

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Author: Gator

The Lawrence Stks meeting is the unofficial start to Spring for many and our form guru David ”Gator” Gately has sent a message, he is in for a BIG spring !

 

He covered eighteen races in Melbourne and Sydney on Saturday and had every winner bar two in his top-rated runners section, in fact, he had TEN winners in his top two selections. Add to that his Best Value Bet Of The Day was MISS ROSE DE LAGO who won the Lawrence Stks at the juicy odds of $8.

 

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