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Race 3

1:55pm

Suggested

Jagar (No.3) & Rioyuki (No.5)

Dangers

Lavish Girl (No.1) & Luna Cat (No.2)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Caulfield today for a pretty stock standard summer off season meeting. I am not sure what the reason is or if it is just the time of year, but I have felt the racing over the past two weeks in Victoria has probably dropped down a notch or two from what it was leading into Christmas. Some better races aren’t too far away though and hopefully we see things pick up in the coming weeks. Amazingly despite all the rain that some parts of Victoria copped Caulfield has come up a Good 4 and with the prospect of little rain through the day that is where we should land with the rail out three metres. As always, expecting a perfect track at Caulfield.

I am kicking the day off in the third race which is over the 1400m for the three year old fillies. If this race was at Flemington I probably would have just about declared Rioyuki a moral, however I think she is still the one they all have to beat here. She came back off a little freshen up at The Valley last start over 1200m and really charged through the line from the back of the field. It was an excellent run. She goes to the 1400m and in the small field obviously won’t be too far off the speed in terms of the distance in start she spots them. It doesn’t look a race with a lot of speed either so I think she can be blending into the race within striking distance on the home turn and from there will be hard to hold out. Keen to be with her.

I think Jagar is the big improver here third up from a spell. She got through the line strongly from the back of the field here on Boxing Day. I just think up to the 1400m and a softer tempo in a race where there isn’t a lot of speed she might be the one who takes advantage of a tricky map. If she can land in front and control things she could be hard to run down and looked a good bet around that $7-8 mark.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Rioyuki and 2 Units the win on Jagar!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 7

4:25pm

Suggested

Open Minded (No.2) & Polanco (No.5)

Dangers

Sig Positano (No.6)

Gee, I was saved a dilemma here in this race with the scratching of Curran. My old mate has been testing the patience and I was finally going to let him go around without me today in this race over the 1400m but was quite nervous in doing so. He has however come out which saves me that worry. Gee, another short one here in Sig Positano. He is obviously going well but odds on? No thanks.

He is going to be spotting Open Minded a start in the run and Open Minded looks extremely well placed here to my eye third up from a spell. He was a bit disappointing in Adelaide first up before running well after being caught wide early at Flemington last start and pushing forward on speed. The key here is that he looks to get control of this race over the 1400m if Alana Kelly is positive early. I have no doubt she will be. He is unbeaten in two runs at Caulfield and while he is yet to win at the 1400m, the way he stuck on last start suggests it won’t be an issue. He will be in front of the favourite in the run and I think he will take some running down. I think at the $4+ he is a very good bet to beat the favourite.

I am also going to have something on Polanco at double figure odds. He has jumped out really sharply recently at Cranbourne. He has good ability on his day and from the low draw here stalking the speed I can see him running a race fresh and at double figure odds is worth a ticket.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Open Minded here and happy to take that $4.40-60 that is on offer as I think he will start closer to Sig Positano in the market come race time! I will also have 1 Unit the win on Polanco!

Race Outlay

4 Units

Race 5

2:45pm

Suggested

Yiyi (No.5) & Kingsheir (No.8)

Dangers

Darleb (No.2) & Lackeen (No.4)

This race is over the 1400m and the Waller effect goes to a new level here. He has four of the eight runners engaged in this race and this time I am firmly in his corner. I think he will be winning. Yiyi returns from a relatively short break just on three months after going through his grades nicely last campaign. He looks a horse that is potentially on the rise and going to continue going through his grades. The other key factors here is that he gets his ideal conditions. He thrives on wet ground and has performed very well here at Rosehill. He looked to have affair bit to give in his recent trial. I think he will come over and land on speed from the middle to wide draw and put himself in the race early and from that position he should prove hard to hold out.

Kingsheir is a new addition to the Waller yard after previously racing with Team Hawkes. He just might get things to pan out nicely for himself here first up from a spell. He comes into this race with no weight on his back after the claim and it looks a race that is completely bereft of early speed. I would think given he only has to carry 51.5kgs Tyler Schiller would be pretty positive on him out of the machines and potentially take up the running. If he can land in front and control things with that light weight he is going to take some running down. He just needs to jump cleanly which has been a slight issue in the past but if he does that he should push forward and give you a great sight.

Betting strategy

I will have 2.5 Units the win on both Kingsheir and Yiyi here!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 3

1:55pm

Suggested

Jagar (No.3) & Rioyuki (No.5)

Dangers

Lavish Girl (No.1) & Luna Cat (No.2)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Caulfield today for a pretty stock standard summer off season meeting. I am not sure what the reason is or if it is just the time of year, but I have felt the racing over the past two weeks in Victoria has probably dropped down a notch or two from what it was leading into Christmas. Some better races aren’t too far away though and hopefully we see things pick up in the coming weeks. Amazingly despite all the rain that some parts of Victoria copped Caulfield has come up a Good 4 and with the prospect of little rain through the day that is where we should land with the rail out three metres. As always, expecting a perfect track at Caulfield.

I am kicking the day off in the third race which is over the 1400m for the three year old fillies. If this race was at Flemington I probably would have just about declared Rioyuki a moral, however I think she is still the one they all have to beat here. She came back off a little freshen up at The Valley last start over 1200m and really charged through the line from the back of the field. It was an excellent run. She goes to the 1400m and in the small field obviously won’t be too far off the speed in terms of the distance in start she spots them. It doesn’t look a race with a lot of speed either so I think she can be blending into the race within striking distance on the home turn and from there will be hard to hold out. Keen to be with her.

I think Jagar is the big improver here third up from a spell. She got through the line strongly from the back of the field here on Boxing Day. I just think up to the 1400m and a softer tempo in a race where there isn’t a lot of speed she might be the one who takes advantage of a tricky map. If she can land in front and control things she could be hard to run down and looked a good bet around that $7-8 mark.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Rioyuki and 2 Units the win on Jagar!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 7

4:25pm

Suggested

Open Minded (No.2) & Polanco (No.5)

Dangers

Sig Positano (No.6)

Gee, I was saved a dilemma here in this race with the scratching of Curran. My old mate has been testing the patience and I was finally going to let him go around without me today in this race over the 1400m but was quite nervous in doing so. He has however come out which saves me that worry. Gee, another short one here in Sig Positano. He is obviously going well but odds on? No thanks.

He is going to be spotting Open Minded a start in the run and Open Minded looks extremely well placed here to my eye third up from a spell. He was a bit disappointing in Adelaide first up before running well after being caught wide early at Flemington last start and pushing forward on speed. The key here is that he looks to get control of this race over the 1400m if Alana Kelly is positive early. I have no doubt she will be. He is unbeaten in two runs at Caulfield and while he is yet to win at the 1400m, the way he stuck on last start suggests it won’t be an issue. He will be in front of the favourite in the run and I think he will take some running down. I think at the $4+ he is a very good bet to beat the favourite.

I am also going to have something on Polanco at double figure odds. He has jumped out really sharply recently at Cranbourne. He has good ability on his day and from the low draw here stalking the speed I can see him running a race fresh and at double figure odds is worth a ticket.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Open Minded here and happy to take that $4.40-60 that is on offer as I think he will start closer to Sig Positano in the market come race time! I will also have 1 Unit the win on Polanco!

Race Outlay

4 Units

Race 5

2:45pm

Suggested

Yiyi (No.5) & Kingsheir (No.8)

Dangers

Darleb (No.2) & Lackeen (No.4)

This race is over the 1400m and the Waller effect goes to a new level here. He has four of the eight runners engaged in this race and this time I am firmly in his corner. I think he will be winning. Yiyi returns from a relatively short break just on three months after going through his grades nicely last campaign. He looks a horse that is potentially on the rise and going to continue going through his grades. The other key factors here is that he gets his ideal conditions. He thrives on wet ground and has performed very well here at Rosehill. He looked to have affair bit to give in his recent trial. I think he will come over and land on speed from the middle to wide draw and put himself in the race early and from that position he should prove hard to hold out.

Kingsheir is a new addition to the Waller yard after previously racing with Team Hawkes. He just might get things to pan out nicely for himself here first up from a spell. He comes into this race with no weight on his back after the claim and it looks a race that is completely bereft of early speed. I would think given he only has to carry 51.5kgs Tyler Schiller would be pretty positive on him out of the machines and potentially take up the running. If he can land in front and control things with that light weight he is going to take some running down. He just needs to jump cleanly which has been a slight issue in the past but if he does that he should push forward and give you a great sight.

Betting strategy

I will have 2.5 Units the win on both Kingsheir and Yiyi here!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 3

1:55pm

Suggested

Jagar (No.3) & Rioyuki (No.5)

Dangers

Lavish Girl (No.1) & Luna Cat (No.2)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Caulfield today for a pretty stock standard summer off season meeting. I am not sure what the reason is or if it is just the time of year, but I have felt the racing over the past two weeks in Victoria has probably dropped down a notch or two from what it was leading into Christmas. Some better races aren’t too far away though and hopefully we see things pick up in the coming weeks. Amazingly despite all the rain that some parts of Victoria copped Caulfield has come up a Good 4 and with the prospect of little rain through the day that is where we should land with the rail out three metres. As always, expecting a perfect track at Caulfield.

I am kicking the day off in the third race which is over the 1400m for the three year old fillies. If this race was at Flemington I probably would have just about declared Rioyuki a moral, however I think she is still the one they all have to beat here. She came back off a little freshen up at The Valley last start over 1200m and really charged through the line from the back of the field. It was an excellent run. She goes to the 1400m and in the small field obviously won’t be too far off the speed in terms of the distance in start she spots them. It doesn’t look a race with a lot of speed either so I think she can be blending into the race within striking distance on the home turn and from there will be hard to hold out. Keen to be with her.

I think Jagar is the big improver here third up from a spell. She got through the line strongly from the back of the field here on Boxing Day. I just think up to the 1400m and a softer tempo in a race where there isn’t a lot of speed she might be the one who takes advantage of a tricky map. If she can land in front and control things she could be hard to run down and looked a good bet around that $7-8 mark.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Rioyuki and 2 Units the win on Jagar!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 7

4:25pm

Suggested

Open Minded (No.2) & Polanco (No.5)

Dangers

Sig Positano (No.6)

Gee, I was saved a dilemma here in this race with the scratching of Curran. My old mate has been testing the patience and I was finally going to let him go around without me today in this race over the 1400m but was quite nervous in doing so. He has however come out which saves me that worry. Gee, another short one here in Sig Positano. He is obviously going well but odds on? No thanks.

He is going to be spotting Open Minded a start in the run and Open Minded looks extremely well placed here to my eye third up from a spell. He was a bit disappointing in Adelaide first up before running well after being caught wide early at Flemington last start and pushing forward on speed. The key here is that he looks to get control of this race over the 1400m if Alana Kelly is positive early. I have no doubt she will be. He is unbeaten in two runs at Caulfield and while he is yet to win at the 1400m, the way he stuck on last start suggests it won’t be an issue. He will be in front of the favourite in the run and I think he will take some running down. I think at the $4+ he is a very good bet to beat the favourite.

I am also going to have something on Polanco at double figure odds. He has jumped out really sharply recently at Cranbourne. He has good ability on his day and from the low draw here stalking the speed I can see him running a race fresh and at double figure odds is worth a ticket.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Open Minded here and happy to take that $4.40-60 that is on offer as I think he will start closer to Sig Positano in the market come race time! I will also have 1 Unit the win on Polanco!

Race Outlay

4 Units

Race 5

2:45pm

Suggested

Yiyi (No.5) & Kingsheir (No.8)

Dangers

Darleb (No.2) & Lackeen (No.4)

This race is over the 1400m and the Waller effect goes to a new level here. He has four of the eight runners engaged in this race and this time I am firmly in his corner. I think he will be winning. Yiyi returns from a relatively short break just on three months after going through his grades nicely last campaign. He looks a horse that is potentially on the rise and going to continue going through his grades. The other key factors here is that he gets his ideal conditions. He thrives on wet ground and has performed very well here at Rosehill. He looked to have affair bit to give in his recent trial. I think he will come over and land on speed from the middle to wide draw and put himself in the race early and from that position he should prove hard to hold out.

Kingsheir is a new addition to the Waller yard after previously racing with Team Hawkes. He just might get things to pan out nicely for himself here first up from a spell. He comes into this race with no weight on his back after the claim and it looks a race that is completely bereft of early speed. I would think given he only has to carry 51.5kgs Tyler Schiller would be pretty positive on him out of the machines and potentially take up the running. If he can land in front and control things with that light weight he is going to take some running down. He just needs to jump cleanly which has been a slight issue in the past but if he does that he should push forward and give you a great sight.

Betting strategy

I will have 2.5 Units the win on both Kingsheir and Yiyi here!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 3

1:55pm

Suggested

Jagar (No.3) & Rioyuki (No.5)

Dangers

Lavish Girl (No.1) & Luna Cat (No.2)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Caulfield today for a pretty stock standard summer off season meeting. I am not sure what the reason is or if it is just the time of year, but I have felt the racing over the past two weeks in Victoria has probably dropped down a notch or two from what it was leading into Christmas. Some better races aren’t too far away though and hopefully we see things pick up in the coming weeks. Amazingly despite all the rain that some parts of Victoria copped Caulfield has come up a Good 4 and with the prospect of little rain through the day that is where we should land with the rail out three metres. As always, expecting a perfect track at Caulfield.

I am kicking the day off in the third race which is over the 1400m for the three year old fillies. If this race was at Flemington I probably would have just about declared Rioyuki a moral, however I think she is still the one they all have to beat here. She came back off a little freshen up at The Valley last start over 1200m and really charged through the line from the back of the field. It was an excellent run. She goes to the 1400m and in the small field obviously won’t be too far off the speed in terms of the distance in start she spots them. It doesn’t look a race with a lot of speed either so I think she can be blending into the race within striking distance on the home turn and from there will be hard to hold out. Keen to be with her.

I think Jagar is the big improver here third up from a spell. She got through the line strongly from the back of the field here on Boxing Day. I just think up to the 1400m and a softer tempo in a race where there isn’t a lot of speed she might be the one who takes advantage of a tricky map. If she can land in front and control things she could be hard to run down and looked a good bet around that $7-8 mark.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Rioyuki and 2 Units the win on Jagar!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 7

4:25pm

Suggested

Open Minded (No.2) & Polanco (No.5)

Dangers

Sig Positano (No.6)

Gee, I was saved a dilemma here in this race with the scratching of Curran. My old mate has been testing the patience and I was finally going to let him go around without me today in this race over the 1400m but was quite nervous in doing so. He has however come out which saves me that worry. Gee, another short one here in Sig Positano. He is obviously going well but odds on? No thanks.

He is going to be spotting Open Minded a start in the run and Open Minded looks extremely well placed here to my eye third up from a spell. He was a bit disappointing in Adelaide first up before running well after being caught wide early at Flemington last start and pushing forward on speed. The key here is that he looks to get control of this race over the 1400m if Alana Kelly is positive early. I have no doubt she will be. He is unbeaten in two runs at Caulfield and while he is yet to win at the 1400m, the way he stuck on last start suggests it won’t be an issue. He will be in front of the favourite in the run and I think he will take some running down. I think at the $4+ he is a very good bet to beat the favourite.

I am also going to have something on Polanco at double figure odds. He has jumped out really sharply recently at Cranbourne. He has good ability on his day and from the low draw here stalking the speed I can see him running a race fresh and at double figure odds is worth a ticket.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Open Minded here and happy to take that $4.40-60 that is on offer as I think he will start closer to Sig Positano in the market come race time! I will also have 1 Unit the win on Polanco!

Race Outlay

4 Units

Race 5

2:45pm

Suggested

Yiyi (No.5) & Kingsheir (No.8)

Dangers

Darleb (No.2) & Lackeen (No.4)

This race is over the 1400m and the Waller effect goes to a new level here. He has four of the eight runners engaged in this race and this time I am firmly in his corner. I think he will be winning. Yiyi returns from a relatively short break just on three months after going through his grades nicely last campaign. He looks a horse that is potentially on the rise and going to continue going through his grades. The other key factors here is that he gets his ideal conditions. He thrives on wet ground and has performed very well here at Rosehill. He looked to have affair bit to give in his recent trial. I think he will come over and land on speed from the middle to wide draw and put himself in the race early and from that position he should prove hard to hold out.

Kingsheir is a new addition to the Waller yard after previously racing with Team Hawkes. He just might get things to pan out nicely for himself here first up from a spell. He comes into this race with no weight on his back after the claim and it looks a race that is completely bereft of early speed. I would think given he only has to carry 51.5kgs Tyler Schiller would be pretty positive on him out of the machines and potentially take up the running. If he can land in front and control things with that light weight he is going to take some running down. He just needs to jump cleanly which has been a slight issue in the past but if he does that he should push forward and give you a great sight.

Betting strategy

I will have 2.5 Units the win on both Kingsheir and Yiyi here!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 3

1:55pm

Suggested

Jagar (No.3) & Rioyuki (No.5)

Dangers

Lavish Girl (No.1) & Luna Cat (No.2)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Caulfield today for a pretty stock standard summer off season meeting. I am not sure what the reason is or if it is just the time of year, but I have felt the racing over the past two weeks in Victoria has probably dropped down a notch or two from what it was leading into Christmas. Some better races aren’t too far away though and hopefully we see things pick up in the coming weeks. Amazingly despite all the rain that some parts of Victoria copped Caulfield has come up a Good 4 and with the prospect of little rain through the day that is where we should land with the rail out three metres. As always, expecting a perfect track at Caulfield.

I am kicking the day off in the third race which is over the 1400m for the three year old fillies. If this race was at Flemington I probably would have just about declared Rioyuki a moral, however I think she is still the one they all have to beat here. She came back off a little freshen up at The Valley last start over 1200m and really charged through the line from the back of the field. It was an excellent run. She goes to the 1400m and in the small field obviously won’t be too far off the speed in terms of the distance in start she spots them. It doesn’t look a race with a lot of speed either so I think she can be blending into the race within striking distance on the home turn and from there will be hard to hold out. Keen to be with her.

I think Jagar is the big improver here third up from a spell. She got through the line strongly from the back of the field here on Boxing Day. I just think up to the 1400m and a softer tempo in a race where there isn’t a lot of speed she might be the one who takes advantage of a tricky map. If she can land in front and control things she could be hard to run down and looked a good bet around that $7-8 mark.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Rioyuki and 2 Units the win on Jagar!

Race Outlay

5 Units

Race 7

4:25pm

Suggested

Open Minded (No.2) & Polanco (No.5)

Dangers

Sig Positano (No.6)

Gee, I was saved a dilemma here in this race with the scratching of Curran. My old mate has been testing the patience and I was finally going to let him go around without me today in this race over the 1400m but was quite nervous in doing so. He has however come out which saves me that worry. Gee, another short one here in Sig Positano. He is obviously going well but odds on? No thanks.

He is going to be spotting Open Minded a start in the run and Open Minded looks extremely well placed here to my eye third up from a spell. He was a bit disappointing in Adelaide first up before running well after being caught wide early at Flemington last start and pushing forward on speed. The key here is that he looks to get control of this race over the 1400m if Alana Kelly is positive early. I have no doubt she will be. He is unbeaten in two runs at Caulfield and while he is yet to win at the 1400m, the way he stuck on last start suggests it won’t be an issue. He will be in front of the favourite in the run and I think he will take some running down. I think at the $4+ he is a very good bet to beat the favourite.

I am also going to have something on Polanco at double figure odds. He has jumped out really sharply recently at Cranbourne. He has good ability on his day and from the low draw here stalking the speed I can see him running a race fresh and at double figure odds is worth a ticket.

Betting strategy

I will have 3 Units the win on Open Minded here and happy to take that $4.40-60 that is on offer as I think he will start closer to Sig Positano in the market come race time! I will also have 1 Unit the win on Polanco!

Race Outlay

4 Units

Race 5

2:45pm

Suggested

Yiyi (No.5) & Kingsheir (No.8)

Dangers

Darleb (No.2) & Lackeen (No.4)

This race is over the 1400m and the Waller effect goes to a new level here. He has four of the eight runners engaged in this race and this time I am firmly in his corner. I think he will be winning. Yiyi returns from a relatively short break just on three months after going through his grades nicely last campaign. He looks a horse that is potentially on the rise and going to continue going through his grades. The other key factors here is that he gets his ideal conditions. He thrives on wet ground and has performed very well here at Rosehill. He looked to have affair bit to give in his recent trial. I think he will come over and land on speed from the middle to wide draw and put himself in the race early and from that position he should prove hard to hold out.

Kingsheir is a new addition to the Waller yard after previously racing with Team Hawkes. He just might get things to pan out nicely for himself here first up from a spell. He comes into this race with no weight on his back after the claim and it looks a race that is completely bereft of early speed. I would think given he only has to carry 51.5kgs Tyler Schiller would be pretty positive on him out of the machines and potentially take up the running. If he can land in front and control things with that light weight he is going to take some running down. He just needs to jump cleanly which has been a slight issue in the past but if he does that he should push forward and give you a great sight.

Betting strategy

I will have 2.5 Units the win on both Kingsheir and Yiyi here!

Race Outlay

5 Units

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