A soft track is expected for the Morphettville Parks circuit. The track will offer good winter going. The rail is out 5m from the 1000m to the Winning Post, then 3m for the remainder. The Parks track favours horses that run on the pace, with its slighter shorter home straight, than the main course. The majority of the races have catered for the lower grade horses.

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Race 3

12:36pm

Suggested

Bertwhistle (No.1), Busker’s Ballad (No.2), Rapid Raiser (No.4) & Exalted Ambition (No.9)

Dangers

Turf Man (No.3) & A Night in Paris (No.11)

Open affair, Bertwhistle has a big weight impost which is offset to some extent by the 1.5kg claim for her rider. The mare will find this a much easier assignment compared to her past two starts in Listed Company. She looks a nice each-way gamble with the huge drop in grade.

Busker’s Ballad lived up to his consistent form in recent starts by winning at long odds last start at Morphettville over a middle distance on a soft track. The form-line from his previous second at Murray Bridge was excellent.

Exalted Ambition carried 60.5kg last start when he won on a soft track over a middle distance at Strathalbyn. The gelding is up slightly in grade, but has a weight drop of a massive 6kg. Look for him to get the run of the race from his good barrier.

Rapid Raiser is bred to run this journey out strongly, he is down 4kg and looks suited in this type of grade.

A Knight in Paris scored in strong fashion on Wednesday at Strathalbyn and trainer is taking the unusual step of lining the gelding up on Saturday. Pay to keep him safe, he has a nice drop in weight.

Betting strategy

$25 each-way Bertwhistle, $10 win Busker’s Ballad and Rapid Raiser. $10 each-way Exalted Ambition.

Race Outlay

$90

Race 5

1:51pm

Suggested

Midnight Storm (No.1), Bray Street Boss (No.4), Dixon Street (No.6) & Cupid’s Bow (No.7)

Dangers

Francisca (No.8)

Victorian trained Cupid’s Bow is genuine winning chance. The filly drew off the track last start at Sandown and found trouble in the race, her effort was better than appears. She outclassed her rivals at her previous start at Kilmore. Better drawn here, expect a bold showing. She has been scratched from Geelong Friday to concentrate on this event.

Lightly raced three-year-old Dixon Street is striving for a hat-trick of wins and looks a major player. The filly has won three of her six starts to date, her last start win at Morphettville was full of merit. She suffered interference, but still won.

Midnight Storm appreciated dropping back in grade last start, when he carried a big weight and showed great determination to win narrowly but well. This slightly extra distance will suit.

Bray Street Boss produced a big effort to score at Ballarat on May 20, he was strong over the concluding stages. The extra distance of this race will suit. The gelding is bred to relish soft conditions on his dam’s side, he has yet to reach his full potential and is a serious contender.

Betting strategy

$25 win Cupid’s Bow and Dixon Street, $10 win Bray Street Boss and Midnight Storm.

Race Outlay

$70

Race 9

4:30pm

Suggested

Appalachian (No.1), Exalted Gold (No.2), Papalet (No.4) & Almadrava (No.13)

Dangers

Rushwa No.16

Almadrive will either lead or sit on the pace from her excellent barrier. The filly destroyed her rivals two starts ago at Gawler when she resumed from a 20 week spell. She finished a close fourth last start at Morphettville, when her run ended close to home, interesting to see a tongue tie has been added to her gear here suggesting that she may have got her tongue over the bit last time.  Expect her to strip fitter and prove hard to beat.

Pay not to take too much notice on paper of Appalachian’s three starts following a spell. The big raw chestnut has found trouble each time. His wide barrier may be a blessing in disguise, as he is possessed with the right ability to prove hard to hold out if he has a trouble free run.

Look for Papalet to make his presence felt, the gelding resumed from a 29 week spell last start at Balaklava, but ran out of race condition over the final stages. He came in for strong support and would have gained a lot of benefit from the race. He could be the best value.

 

Exalted Gold also comes into calculations, the mare will appreciate the big drop in grade compared to last start and is much better suited in this class

Betting strategy

$30 win Appalachian and Almadrama, $15 each-way Papalet, $10 win Exalted Gold

Race Outlay

$100

Race 3

12:36pm

Suggested

Bertwhistle (No.1), Busker’s Ballad (No.2), Rapid Raiser (No.4) & Exalted Ambition (No.9)

Dangers

Turf Man (No.3) & A Night in Paris (No.11)

Open affair, Bertwhistle has a big weight impost which is offset to some extent by the 1.5kg claim for her rider. The mare will find this a much easier assignment compared to her past two starts in Listed Company. She looks a nice each-way gamble with the huge drop in grade.

Busker’s Ballad lived up to his consistent form in recent starts by winning at long odds last start at Morphettville over a middle distance on a soft track. The form-line from his previous second at Murray Bridge was excellent.

Exalted Ambition carried 60.5kg last start when he won on a soft track over a middle distance at Strathalbyn. The gelding is up slightly in grade, but has a weight drop of a massive 6kg. Look for him to get the run of the race from his good barrier.

Rapid Raiser is bred to run this journey out strongly, he is down 4kg and looks suited in this type of grade.

A Knight in Paris scored in strong fashion on Wednesday at Strathalbyn and trainer is taking the unusual step of lining the gelding up on Saturday. Pay to keep him safe, he has a nice drop in weight.

Betting strategy

$25 each-way Bertwhistle, $10 win Busker’s Ballad and Rapid Raiser. $10 each-way Exalted Ambition.

Race Outlay

$90

Race 5

1:51pm

Suggested

Midnight Storm (No.1), Bray Street Boss (No.4), Dixon Street (No.6) & Cupid’s Bow (No.7)

Dangers

Francisca (No.8)

Victorian trained Cupid’s Bow is genuine winning chance. The filly drew off the track last start at Sandown and found trouble in the race, her effort was better than appears. She outclassed her rivals at her previous start at Kilmore. Better drawn here, expect a bold showing. She has been scratched from Geelong Friday to concentrate on this event.

Lightly raced three-year-old Dixon Street is striving for a hat-trick of wins and looks a major player. The filly has won three of her six starts to date, her last start win at Morphettville was full of merit. She suffered interference, but still won.

Midnight Storm appreciated dropping back in grade last start, when he carried a big weight and showed great determination to win narrowly but well. This slightly extra distance will suit.

Bray Street Boss produced a big effort to score at Ballarat on May 20, he was strong over the concluding stages. The extra distance of this race will suit. The gelding is bred to relish soft conditions on his dam’s side, he has yet to reach his full potential and is a serious contender.

Betting strategy

$25 win Cupid’s Bow and Dixon Street, $10 win Bray Street Boss and Midnight Storm.

Race Outlay

$70

Race 9

4:30pm

Suggested

Appalachian (No.1), Exalted Gold (No.2), Papalet (No.4) & Almadrava (No.13)

Dangers

Rushwa No.16

Almadrive will either lead or sit on the pace from her excellent barrier. The filly destroyed her rivals two starts ago at Gawler when she resumed from a 20 week spell. She finished a close fourth last start at Morphettville, when her run ended close to home, interesting to see a tongue tie has been added to her gear here suggesting that she may have got her tongue over the bit last time.  Expect her to strip fitter and prove hard to beat.

Pay not to take too much notice on paper of Appalachian’s three starts following a spell. The big raw chestnut has found trouble each time. His wide barrier may be a blessing in disguise, as he is possessed with the right ability to prove hard to hold out if he has a trouble free run.

Look for Papalet to make his presence felt, the gelding resumed from a 29 week spell last start at Balaklava, but ran out of race condition over the final stages. He came in for strong support and would have gained a lot of benefit from the race. He could be the best value.

 

Exalted Gold also comes into calculations, the mare will appreciate the big drop in grade compared to last start and is much better suited in this class

Betting strategy

$30 win Appalachian and Almadrama, $15 each-way Papalet, $10 win Exalted Gold

Race Outlay

$100

Race 3

12:36pm

Suggested

Bertwhistle (No.1), Busker’s Ballad (No.2), Rapid Raiser (No.4) & Exalted Ambition (No.9)

Dangers

Turf Man (No.3) & A Night in Paris (No.11)

Open affair, Bertwhistle has a big weight impost which is offset to some extent by the 1.5kg claim for her rider. The mare will find this a much easier assignment compared to her past two starts in Listed Company. She looks a nice each-way gamble with the huge drop in grade.

Busker’s Ballad lived up to his consistent form in recent starts by winning at long odds last start at Morphettville over a middle distance on a soft track. The form-line from his previous second at Murray Bridge was excellent.

Exalted Ambition carried 60.5kg last start when he won on a soft track over a middle distance at Strathalbyn. The gelding is up slightly in grade, but has a weight drop of a massive 6kg. Look for him to get the run of the race from his good barrier.

Rapid Raiser is bred to run this journey out strongly, he is down 4kg and looks suited in this type of grade.

A Knight in Paris scored in strong fashion on Wednesday at Strathalbyn and trainer is taking the unusual step of lining the gelding up on Saturday. Pay to keep him safe, he has a nice drop in weight.

Betting strategy

$25 each-way Bertwhistle, $10 win Busker’s Ballad and Rapid Raiser. $10 each-way Exalted Ambition.

Race Outlay

$90

Race 5

1:51pm

Suggested

Midnight Storm (No.1), Bray Street Boss (No.4), Dixon Street (No.6) & Cupid’s Bow (No.7)

Dangers

Francisca (No.8)

Victorian trained Cupid’s Bow is genuine winning chance. The filly drew off the track last start at Sandown and found trouble in the race, her effort was better than appears. She outclassed her rivals at her previous start at Kilmore. Better drawn here, expect a bold showing. She has been scratched from Geelong Friday to concentrate on this event.

Lightly raced three-year-old Dixon Street is striving for a hat-trick of wins and looks a major player. The filly has won three of her six starts to date, her last start win at Morphettville was full of merit. She suffered interference, but still won.

Midnight Storm appreciated dropping back in grade last start, when he carried a big weight and showed great determination to win narrowly but well. This slightly extra distance will suit.

Bray Street Boss produced a big effort to score at Ballarat on May 20, he was strong over the concluding stages. The extra distance of this race will suit. The gelding is bred to relish soft conditions on his dam’s side, he has yet to reach his full potential and is a serious contender.

Betting strategy

$25 win Cupid’s Bow and Dixon Street, $10 win Bray Street Boss and Midnight Storm.

Race Outlay

$70

Race 9

4:30pm

Suggested

Appalachian (No.1), Exalted Gold (No.2), Papalet (No.4) & Almadrava (No.13)

Dangers

Rushwa No.16

Almadrive will either lead or sit on the pace from her excellent barrier. The filly destroyed her rivals two starts ago at Gawler when she resumed from a 20 week spell. She finished a close fourth last start at Morphettville, when her run ended close to home, interesting to see a tongue tie has been added to her gear here suggesting that she may have got her tongue over the bit last time.  Expect her to strip fitter and prove hard to beat.

Pay not to take too much notice on paper of Appalachian’s three starts following a spell. The big raw chestnut has found trouble each time. His wide barrier may be a blessing in disguise, as he is possessed with the right ability to prove hard to hold out if he has a trouble free run.

Look for Papalet to make his presence felt, the gelding resumed from a 29 week spell last start at Balaklava, but ran out of race condition over the final stages. He came in for strong support and would have gained a lot of benefit from the race. He could be the best value.

 

Exalted Gold also comes into calculations, the mare will appreciate the big drop in grade compared to last start and is much better suited in this class

Betting strategy

$30 win Appalachian and Almadrama, $15 each-way Papalet, $10 win Exalted Gold

Race Outlay

$100

Race 3

12:36pm

Suggested

Bertwhistle (No.1), Busker’s Ballad (No.2), Rapid Raiser (No.4) & Exalted Ambition (No.9)

Dangers

Turf Man (No.3) & A Night in Paris (No.11)

Open affair, Bertwhistle has a big weight impost which is offset to some extent by the 1.5kg claim for her rider. The mare will find this a much easier assignment compared to her past two starts in Listed Company. She looks a nice each-way gamble with the huge drop in grade.

Busker’s Ballad lived up to his consistent form in recent starts by winning at long odds last start at Morphettville over a middle distance on a soft track. The form-line from his previous second at Murray Bridge was excellent.

Exalted Ambition carried 60.5kg last start when he won on a soft track over a middle distance at Strathalbyn. The gelding is up slightly in grade, but has a weight drop of a massive 6kg. Look for him to get the run of the race from his good barrier.

Rapid Raiser is bred to run this journey out strongly, he is down 4kg and looks suited in this type of grade.

A Knight in Paris scored in strong fashion on Wednesday at Strathalbyn and trainer is taking the unusual step of lining the gelding up on Saturday. Pay to keep him safe, he has a nice drop in weight.

Betting strategy

$25 each-way Bertwhistle, $10 win Busker’s Ballad and Rapid Raiser. $10 each-way Exalted Ambition.

Race Outlay

$90

Race 5

1:51pm

Suggested

Midnight Storm (No.1), Bray Street Boss (No.4), Dixon Street (No.6) & Cupid’s Bow (No.7)

Dangers

Francisca (No.8)

Victorian trained Cupid’s Bow is genuine winning chance. The filly drew off the track last start at Sandown and found trouble in the race, her effort was better than appears. She outclassed her rivals at her previous start at Kilmore. Better drawn here, expect a bold showing. She has been scratched from Geelong Friday to concentrate on this event.

Lightly raced three-year-old Dixon Street is striving for a hat-trick of wins and looks a major player. The filly has won three of her six starts to date, her last start win at Morphettville was full of merit. She suffered interference, but still won.

Midnight Storm appreciated dropping back in grade last start, when he carried a big weight and showed great determination to win narrowly but well. This slightly extra distance will suit.

Bray Street Boss produced a big effort to score at Ballarat on May 20, he was strong over the concluding stages. The extra distance of this race will suit. The gelding is bred to relish soft conditions on his dam’s side, he has yet to reach his full potential and is a serious contender.

Betting strategy

$25 win Cupid’s Bow and Dixon Street, $10 win Bray Street Boss and Midnight Storm.

Race Outlay

$70

Race 9

4:30pm

Suggested

Appalachian (No.1), Exalted Gold (No.2), Papalet (No.4) & Almadrava (No.13)

Dangers

Rushwa No.16

Almadrive will either lead or sit on the pace from her excellent barrier. The filly destroyed her rivals two starts ago at Gawler when she resumed from a 20 week spell. She finished a close fourth last start at Morphettville, when her run ended close to home, interesting to see a tongue tie has been added to her gear here suggesting that she may have got her tongue over the bit last time.  Expect her to strip fitter and prove hard to beat.

Pay not to take too much notice on paper of Appalachian’s three starts following a spell. The big raw chestnut has found trouble each time. His wide barrier may be a blessing in disguise, as he is possessed with the right ability to prove hard to hold out if he has a trouble free run.

Look for Papalet to make his presence felt, the gelding resumed from a 29 week spell last start at Balaklava, but ran out of race condition over the final stages. He came in for strong support and would have gained a lot of benefit from the race. He could be the best value.

 

Exalted Gold also comes into calculations, the mare will appreciate the big drop in grade compared to last start and is much better suited in this class

Betting strategy

$30 win Appalachian and Almadrama, $15 each-way Papalet, $10 win Exalted Gold

Race Outlay

$100

Race 3

12:36pm

Suggested

Bertwhistle (No.1), Busker’s Ballad (No.2), Rapid Raiser (No.4) & Exalted Ambition (No.9)

Dangers

Turf Man (No.3) & A Night in Paris (No.11)

Open affair, Bertwhistle has a big weight impost which is offset to some extent by the 1.5kg claim for her rider. The mare will find this a much easier assignment compared to her past two starts in Listed Company. She looks a nice each-way gamble with the huge drop in grade.

Busker’s Ballad lived up to his consistent form in recent starts by winning at long odds last start at Morphettville over a middle distance on a soft track. The form-line from his previous second at Murray Bridge was excellent.

Exalted Ambition carried 60.5kg last start when he won on a soft track over a middle distance at Strathalbyn. The gelding is up slightly in grade, but has a weight drop of a massive 6kg. Look for him to get the run of the race from his good barrier.

Rapid Raiser is bred to run this journey out strongly, he is down 4kg and looks suited in this type of grade.

A Knight in Paris scored in strong fashion on Wednesday at Strathalbyn and trainer is taking the unusual step of lining the gelding up on Saturday. Pay to keep him safe, he has a nice drop in weight.

Betting strategy

$25 each-way Bertwhistle, $10 win Busker’s Ballad and Rapid Raiser. $10 each-way Exalted Ambition.

Race Outlay

$90

Race 5

1:51pm

Suggested

Midnight Storm (No.1), Bray Street Boss (No.4), Dixon Street (No.6) & Cupid’s Bow (No.7)

Dangers

Francisca (No.8)

Victorian trained Cupid’s Bow is genuine winning chance. The filly drew off the track last start at Sandown and found trouble in the race, her effort was better than appears. She outclassed her rivals at her previous start at Kilmore. Better drawn here, expect a bold showing. She has been scratched from Geelong Friday to concentrate on this event.

Lightly raced three-year-old Dixon Street is striving for a hat-trick of wins and looks a major player. The filly has won three of her six starts to date, her last start win at Morphettville was full of merit. She suffered interference, but still won.

Midnight Storm appreciated dropping back in grade last start, when he carried a big weight and showed great determination to win narrowly but well. This slightly extra distance will suit.

Bray Street Boss produced a big effort to score at Ballarat on May 20, he was strong over the concluding stages. The extra distance of this race will suit. The gelding is bred to relish soft conditions on his dam’s side, he has yet to reach his full potential and is a serious contender.

Betting strategy

$25 win Cupid’s Bow and Dixon Street, $10 win Bray Street Boss and Midnight Storm.

Race Outlay

$70

Race 9

4:30pm

Suggested

Appalachian (No.1), Exalted Gold (No.2), Papalet (No.4) & Almadrava (No.13)

Dangers

Rushwa No.16

Almadrive will either lead or sit on the pace from her excellent barrier. The filly destroyed her rivals two starts ago at Gawler when she resumed from a 20 week spell. She finished a close fourth last start at Morphettville, when her run ended close to home, interesting to see a tongue tie has been added to her gear here suggesting that she may have got her tongue over the bit last time.  Expect her to strip fitter and prove hard to beat.

Pay not to take too much notice on paper of Appalachian’s three starts following a spell. The big raw chestnut has found trouble each time. His wide barrier may be a blessing in disguise, as he is possessed with the right ability to prove hard to hold out if he has a trouble free run.

Look for Papalet to make his presence felt, the gelding resumed from a 29 week spell last start at Balaklava, but ran out of race condition over the final stages. He came in for strong support and would have gained a lot of benefit from the race. He could be the best value.

 

Exalted Gold also comes into calculations, the mare will appreciate the big drop in grade compared to last start and is much better suited in this class

Betting strategy

$30 win Appalachian and Almadrama, $15 each-way Papalet, $10 win Exalted Gold

Race Outlay

$100

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