The opening race on the card and the selection certainly doesn’t win to often. However he’s very consistent and rarely runs a bad race. This race is set up nicely for him with a couple of pace setters on the outside who both lack stamina.
I can see them set the early pace and make the running for a strong finisher and Tmoney Tanner fits that bill. He can settle nicely down the back straight and run past the pace-setters late on with his usual fast finish. Could be a case of show me the TMONEY.
The wait is finally over for the class drop for Trap 1 Joes Johnny Cash. Back now mixing in Grade C for the third time in his career, the previous two times this happened he won on both occasions, so that’s why he gets the NAP vote.
It’s also it’s a really poor Grade C and he is nicely drawn on the inside. Will do what he does normally in the early stages and go through the motions. All he has to do is avoid trouble and the race will be at his mercy. He may find himself in front earlier than expected. NAP.
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Lightly raced youngster who was foot perfect when winning by six lengths in this grade a few starts back. Three races in Grade B he held his own and if anything his latest performance was his best so on that basis lucky to get the drop in class.
Perfectly drawn and confidence high, he is gaining invaluable racing experience and connections will certainly be looking forward to the race. It seems not much can go wrong.
Top class Grade A contest and I have sided with Trap 1 JD Blurred. Five wins from 15 starts says it all and has finished second in his last two races so really at the top of his game.
Has been crying out for this inside draw and if timing the break correctly he will set a relentless pace and the race could be over at the first bend. I’m expecting box to wire. NB on the card.
Trap 8 Superior Tina won a Grade B by nine lengths back on April 5th. Out of sorts in Grade A, she just found the grade a little hot to handle and also found plenty of trouble in running.
Dropped down in grade latest it was no surprise to see her return to form when finishing a close second. Question marks over this trap draw, but I think it will suit and give her a bit of much needed daylight on the back of recent races, and we certainly know she is more than capable of winning in this grade. Let’s hope so .
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