The fourth race on the card is a class A race and wouldn’t be a very strong race for this grade, but Trap 8 Imark Sauerkraut is the last time out winner in the line-up, even though it was a grade B race. Held on quiet comfortably in the end by a margin of 2 lengths and certainly could go in again.
Race 5 is a Grade B race and wins are scarce in this race with all eight runners only managing to accumulate 25 victories between them. Trap 2 BGR Bulletproof has been placed in his last two starts and also has the most wins with three wins from his 16 starts. He was only beaten two lengths in those two previous runs and could possibly run into a place again for a little bit of value.
The seventh race on the card is the best on the card, with three last time out winners and all with big chances again in this race. Trap 2 Raider Sweep won quite impressively last time out by seven lengths but is not blessed with early pace so will need to avoid trouble. If it manages to do so, it does stay very strong and could land the spoils close to home.
The ninth race is another Grade B race, and I think the youngster in Trap 2 KBs Axelrod could be the way to play in this race. This July 18 dog has only eight races so far on his card and managing to win twice and placed on a further five other times. This young dog should be open to the most improvement so could gain another win in this race.
Race 10 is the final of our Grade A races and Trap 1 XK Left Em is a dog flying now. It won three runs ago in this grade and placed on the two runs since when chasing the leader on both occasions, so will be chasing them close home and could notch up its fourth win and gets the Nap vote to go in close home.
Nap – 20:24 Trap 1 XK Left Em
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