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Race 2

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 3

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$70

Race 1

12:30pm

Suggested

Spright (No.1) & Winter Bride (No.3)

Dangers

Sedanzer (No.2) & Resin (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $50 the win on Spright here and $40 the win on Winter Bride!

Race Outlay

$90

Race 2

1:57pm

Suggested

Crusher (No.8) & Totally Charmed (No.9)

Dangers

Raiden (No.3) & One Stryke (No.7)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on both Crusher and Toyally Charmed here!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 2

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 3

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$70

Race 1

12:30pm

Suggested

Spright (No.1) & Winter Bride (No.3)

Dangers

Sedanzer (No.2) & Resin (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $50 the win on Spright here and $40 the win on Winter Bride!

Race Outlay

$90

Race 2

1:57pm

Suggested

Crusher (No.8) & Totally Charmed (No.9)

Dangers

Raiden (No.3) & One Stryke (No.7)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on both Crusher and Toyally Charmed here!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 2

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 3

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$70

Race 1

12:30pm

Suggested

Spright (No.1) & Winter Bride (No.3)

Dangers

Sedanzer (No.2) & Resin (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $50 the win on Spright here and $40 the win on Winter Bride!

Race Outlay

$90

Race 2

1:57pm

Suggested

Crusher (No.8) & Totally Charmed (No.9)

Dangers

Raiden (No.3) & One Stryke (No.7)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on both Crusher and Toyally Charmed here!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 2

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 3

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$70

Race 1

12:30pm

Suggested

Spright (No.1) & Winter Bride (No.3)

Dangers

Sedanzer (No.2) & Resin (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $50 the win on Spright here and $40 the win on Winter Bride!

Race Outlay

$90

Race 2

1:57pm

Suggested

Crusher (No.8) & Totally Charmed (No.9)

Dangers

Raiden (No.3) & One Stryke (No.7)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on both Crusher and Toyally Charmed here!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 2

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$80

Race 3

12:15pm

Suggested

King Of Yulong (No.4), Superhard (No.6) & Crown Witness (No.8)

Dangers

Bandipur (No.2) & Malahat (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on Crown Witness and save with $20 the win on both King Of Yulong and Superhard!

Race Outlay

$70

Race 1

12:30pm

Suggested

Spright (No.1) & Winter Bride (No.3)

Dangers

Sedanzer (No.2) & Resin (No.5)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $50 the win on Spright here and $40 the win on Winter Bride!

Race Outlay

$90

Race 2

1:57pm

Suggested

Crusher (No.8) & Totally Charmed (No.9)

Dangers

Raiden (No.3) & One Stryke (No.7)

Racing in Melbourne comes from Flemington this Saturday for one of the marquee race days of the year. It is Super Saturday and this year it is super in every sense of the word.

The Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup are the two big Group One races on the program and the Newmarket in particular is a stunning race. A near capacity field down the Flemington straight, it is going to be a stunning watch. The weather is kind with a warm day forecast and it should be a cracking day at headquarters. I would expect the track to play perfectly. While from a racing point of view it is obviously a great meeting, it isn’t easy from a punting point of view.

A lot of the races have many chances and there looks to be a fair bit of value on offer. I am kicking the day off in the first race which is down the straight over the 1000m. This race typifies the day in many respects. It is wide open with plenty of chances. Crown Witness has had two runs back from a spell this time in and been good in both of them and I think this looks a winnable race for her. She jumped out really nicely prior to her first up run at Moonee Valley where she was taken on up front early, came back and took a sit, hit the front in the straight and only just got run down late. It was a race that had multiple late scratchings and she drew gate one and was left in the barriers for quite a lengthy time. I think it may have played a part late in the race. She then took on the Oakleigh Plate second up where she was caught wide for most of the race and finished well back.

She was only beaten six lengths though in what was a very hot sprint race and I reckon that might be good enough to salute here. She has won at her only run down the straight which is a key factor, she draws a middle gate and stays down in the weights so I think she gets a good setup here and should be hard to run down. Superhard resumes here having his first run for the John Sadler stable after racing with Darren Weir last campaign. That was an excellent campaign which produced four wins and saw him step up in distance quite effectively. He is a horse that has always shown good ability and his recent jump out was quite strong when asked for an effort late at Caulfield. I just feel as a four year old with six wins from fifteen starts he might be a horse that still has some upside and if he can sprint well fresh then this is within his grasp so happy to be with him. King Of Yulong is one of a couple of imported gallopers making their Australian debut for the Snowden camp here at Flemington on Saturday. This is a horse who was a Group Two winner at Goodwood only three starts ago back in August and is still a young horse seemingly with some upside. He has taken on Group One races in Europe at his last two starts so he is obviously talented. He has shown nice speed in a couple of recent jump outs and I am erring on the side of caution and keeping him on side here as he may just blow them away if he has acclimatised well.

Betting strategy

I will have $40 the win on both Crusher and Toyally Charmed here!

Race Outlay

$80

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