Welcome to The Profits form guide for Sandown, Eagle Farm and Rosehill on 31 May 2014. Well another month is nearly over and it has to be said the Best Bets had a much better month overall. Hopefully we can end it with a few bangs and with the picks put up today, I can feel it occurring. I think the form speaks for itself this week, there are about 5-6 key races around the country where we really want to get involved in, in a big way, but only if the conditions are right, while there are SO many that we are just happy to watch with. Keep a close eye on track bias early in the day and even if you aren’t betting, watch the first 3-4 races at the different tracks you plan to bet into and I can see a few patterns may emerge early on. As always, I hope your form matches up with mine. Good luck and happy punting!
Melbourne Best Bet
Sandown Race 5 Griante
Mr consistent, he just keeps putting in the solid sectionals that are required to win races. He only just got the win for us last start but most importantly he got the win in a tight finish… you can’t buy determination and this horse has it. Not only is the race setup for Griante today from the barrier, but Griante is well in at the weights utlising the 3kg apprentice claim today unlike last start, and that will get Griante home for us. Recommendation is to go close to E/W with 5 units to place 4 units to win ratio.
Interstate Best Bet
Rosehill Race 4 Cradle Me
It’s not often i’m blown away by the turn around in a horse in little under 3 months off the track but Cradle Me did that first up. The horse showed significant improvement and the sectionals clocked in the win were outstanding for the grade. Slightly harder race today, but maps and rates to win and the price is over what I am happy to take. Most importantly, I believe the horse wins.
Melbourne Next Bet
Sandown Race 7 St Jean
Went around as a very confident Best Bet for us last start and got us the win. It wasn’t easy, infact, I would say to you that I was surprised at the 400m that St Jean was travelling so well. He missed the start and had to do a load of work to even get back into the race to out the front where he is best suited… he got there and when threaten at the 300m mark (you thought he was gone) he shoved them all off and kicked away for a very good 2L win. He doesn’t meet any world beaters today, infact, the field looks to be of equal class or even worse. Up in weight, but that should be no trouble with only 1 other speed horse in the race, and that horse won’t be trying to set the race alight unlike a certain outer space horse going around in the last. The price looks juicy again.
Interstate Next Bet
Eagle Farm Race 7 Arabian Gold
I’ve gone into greater detail in my preview below, but pretty much there is no reason to be against her today. She has proven herself in this level of grade all prep and can handle any type of ground based on previous form. The only thing that stops her from winning is a horse improving 2-3 lengths or getting blocked for a run at the wrong time.
Melbourne Best E/W Bet
Sandown Race 2 Awesome Bro
It’s a short priced Best E/W of the day in Melbourne today, but I couldn’t leave this runner out of my best bets and we can get E/W odds (just). The run behind Lord of the Sky last start from too far back was eye-catching. I instantly put Awesome Bro into my to follow book and what do you know, not only are we getting a price I was hoping to get, but also we find the horse in a very winnable race on a long distance straight.
Interstate Best E/W Bet
Eagle Farm Race 8 Hot Snitzel
I’m willing to bet around the favourite in this race today (Sacred Star) although I will personally be savering the horse. There are a few unknowns and also a few pretenders in this race which means we get a even better price on Hot Sntizel today. This is a horse who ran 2nd last prep to Lankan Rupee and then this prep beat Knoydart very well… has also run well behind Flamberge and a few others… everything suits today including the track and is a great E/W price.
Quaddie Leg One: 1, 2, 4, 9
Quaddie Leg Two: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7
Quaddie Leg Three: 2, 4, 14, 16
Quaddie Leg Four: 2, 4, 7, 11
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Sandown Race 1
Not the best 2YO race you will ever see and the form is very hard to match up.
There is a clear stand out for me though and that runner is Seenaan from the Mick Price yard. A surprise winner first up down the straight at Flemington on a slow track, he will make the jump to 1400m with no issues today and will also handle the long straight at Sandown without getting lost.
Strategy: Seenaan E/W
Sandown Race 2
Lady Melksham: Disappointed this prep if we are to be honest. Back in class again today weighted nicely but based on two back run I can’t have her.
Post D’France: First up since late 2013… broke through and made his way through the grades last prep but over further distances. Don’t discount him first up over this distance off a decent weight. Important to realise he won very well at Flemington last prep so he will hit the line hard down that long straight.
Pillar of Creation: Surprised a few (not me) by running very well first up at Flemington behind General Peekay. Barrier 1 will get a gem run today and back to slightly further should suit also. Can run well.
Dash For Viz: Good old Vizzy… hard to know what ot make of last start run… it looked poor. Hard to have here but weighted ok.
Captivating Lady: Showed nothing last prep and hasn’t won since mid 2013… but was a hot race.. but was helped due to tempo and bias. Not here for me.
Winta Chiller: Last prep was a huge market mover at Caulfield and bolted home.. then unlucky next start but continued to show class. First up run ran home nicely considering a relatively slow tempo but back to 1200m is a concern to me today… weighted nicely… best runs have been deeper into runs with no wins from first 2 runs of any prep.
Run Diego: Ran home nicely behind Stratumsphere for 4th at the bool on Heavy last start… hasn’t won since mid 2013 on heavy and not sure he will be suited by ground today. Weighted nicely though.
Awesome Bro: An absolute eye-catcher first up behind Lord Of The Sky from the back… he was blocked for a run near the 200m and probably was just too far back in the run. WAY back in class today and D Oliver takes the ride for a reason. If reproduces that run, he wins this.
Big Buddie: Good win in much easier class last start. Only down 2kg today with claims.. not sure he gets a win here. Could place again though.
Lonrockstar: Decent horse down 8kg today is a fairly big drop but way up in class. Needs to find much more today.
Comments: Awesome Bro has been dropped way back in class to pick up this race today with the prize money so strong (80k race). He looks to have turned the gear this prep and the step up in distance combined with a faster than normal tempo expected, he is a very good bet today.
Startegy: Back Awesome Bro to win.
Sandown Race 3
Hurdles and Steeplechaces aren’t exactly my MAIN GAME, but I’ll be honest and say that I’ve watched, traded and done form for more than 1000 UK races over the jumps and chases so I do have a bit of experience in these, but with so little number of races around over these in Aus, It can be hard to match up form lines.
What I really look for in these races in how the horse has been travelling the past three runs (even flat form helps), what types of grounds they specialise in (alot of jumpers are best in heavy and we won’t get even close to that today.. track rating should be dead) and most importantly the distance of the race and how they have handled the distance in the past. Of course, you do have to consider jockey’s, especially Pateman as he gets his pick of them.
Cats Fun: I was very disappointed by this guys run two back on a dead track when he showed little. His form suggests he should have no issues on a dead track and his last win was on one at the bool… so the distance he lost by was a little frustrating. He ran much better on the heavy last start 2nd to Palmero at the bool… but I still have concerns about two back. He has the ability to win this.
Zaman: Surprised by the price on this guy today when you look at last start and three runs back. Horses who clearly beat him those two runs and have gone on with it since are similar prices and I think he comes into this as a lay. Pateman factor is the only thing bringing his price down I believe.. but none of the key chances were going to replace their CORE rider today to put him on.
King Triton: Has been forced to do a lot this prep and I reckon he may be feeling it today. Last win was over similar distances and on a dead track. No Palmero in this class today but does meet Cats Fun which is a query. Can’t dismiss.
Berlioz: I think this is one of those horses will find his best on a dead or good track over the jumps. His last win was over the Steeples last year over a similar distance on a dead track which does back up the point and he has never won on heavy. Just ignore last start, that was to simply keep fitness for this run… and previous run on heavy was actually ok considering I don’t think the horse handles heavy going. Smokey of the race.
Krase: Improved significantly last start to take out his first Aussie Steeplechase. Have to remember this is a horse with Hurdling experience over in NZ which sets this horses up to run very well over these with little to no effort… there is nothing worse than having a horse who doesn’t handle their jumps. Gets a dead track again today which looks suitable… not sure if heavy or dead is his best surface but I know this distance suits and he was great last start… and goes down in weight.
Fair Script: The outsider of the field for a reason, he hasn’t shown much this prep. His run three back behind Auld Burns was ‘interesting’ on a dead track… the 3600m did seem a little far two back in harder class it seemed… back to 3400m won’t do much difference though? Hard to know what to expect, could place!
Regina Coeli: I’m happy to take her on today. I thought she was fairly average last start at the bool. She had her best surface, a heavy track which her last win came on and also her last win came on that track over that distance. She is down in weight today, but her previous form on the flat didn’t inspire me either.
Comments: Tough race. Form lines hard to measure up but I think Krase looks progressive enough to test these. King Triton is worth a saver at the big odds as it won’t cost us alot and I think he could be the main danger.
Startegy: Krase to win. Saver King Triton
Sandown Race 4
Gotta Take Care: This guy is a deadset superstar horse, imagine owning him. He wins Open class races on the flat and then wins over the Hurdles with ease. This is his distance today and I honestly feel he is better on a dryer surface than a heavy track which he saw two runs back, which absolutely suits him today. Looks the key chance to me.
Maythehorsebemagic: Very disappointing first run over the Hurdles this prep considering how well he progressed last prep… may just be wanting to find the Steeples where he showed his best win last prep? Shown he likes dead or heavy ground. Probably consider him slight overs at the prices.
Standtogain: Shown nothing all prep and even with rider losing the iron last start, hard to suggest he improves to win here.
Fieldmaster: Showed some ok form on the flat first up and then didn’t run too well in the Bool cup before bolting in last start at Sandown over the hurdles in a fairly easy race on a slow track. Down in weight today and hard to suggest he doesn’t deserve to be favourite, but I’m going to say it. I think he is a clear top 2 pick, but he shouldn’t be odds on.
Take Out: Hasn’t shown me enough this prep over the Hurdles to suggest he will measure up to these today at the weights. No thanks.
Valediction: Got his Hurdles win in a very easy maiden race three back. Ran ok for third last start behind Gotta Take Care but has to find another gear to compete here.
Thubiaan: Interesting runner who handles all ground types. His win last start was nice but this is a massive jump in class
Comments: I really have this down to Gotta Take Care and Fieldmaster while Maythehorsebemagic has the potential to run well as a smokey outsider.
Strategy: Back Gotta Take Care to win. Smaller bet on Maythehorsebemagic.
Sandown Race 5
Lady Lakshmi: She continues to run well and go close without winning after a good win five runs back. Down in class here today and off 58kg, she is right in this. Barrier 12 makes it difficult to get the best spot in running through with a fair bit of speed inside of her.
Griante: What is going to stop her from winning? ALl five runs this prep have been sensational including two close 0.1L 2nds… she has then won well the last two starts and most importantly she is so much better weighted toady with Nisbet getting the ride and claiming that it’s crazy. Any horse who ran well behind her last start is much worse off at the weights. barrier 4 is perfect to push forward and a dead or good track will be provided today that suits… Rates to win and looks one of the bets of the day.
Fantome Gris: Threatened last prep to be a good horse but didn’t deliver on that promise. Finally JUST got her maiden two back and then continued on with it last start getting the win by 2L in easier company. trying to take the next step up today and it is a big one. Should run well but has to find much more here. Oliver keeps the ride.
Miss Maggiebeel: No luck tow back and then ran home nicely last start at Flemington without exactly threatening. Down 5kg today with claims and maps to be running home late. Not the worst at odds and could win.
Inishowen: Ran well last start again at Caulfield behind Griante but couldn’t make up the required ground. Poorly weighted against her today so hard to have.
madam Gangster: Improved significantly last start when 0.2L 2nd to Griante. Down 2kg today but meets Griante 2kg worse off today. Maps well though and if improved could go close.
Marli Magic: 3.5kg worse off today against Griante after running very well last start out the front at Caulfield and almost holding on. Different jockey goes on and not sure she crosses Griante today from barrier 9.
Darney Gub: Every chance off an average tempo last start out the front and couldn’t finish off well at all. Hard not to rate on two previous runs though where she was good and ran 0.4L 2nd to Srikandi!
Magnus Slipper: 4L maiden winner on slow. Showed some class on previous runs but can’t rate in this class today.
Theodora: Poorly weighted against Fantome Gris today and didn’t finish off better than Fantome last start (obviously by places). Hard to have.
Delight The Misses: Maiden only winner.. weighted off 52kg but hard to have here.
Comments: Griante is the stand out here and is the bet of the day at the price on the E/W. The horse is rated and weighted to win.
Quaddie Leg One: 1, 2, 4, 9
Strategy: Griante 5 units to place 4 units to win ratio.
Sandown Race 6
Charles in Charge: No issues with his firs tup run over 1200m and should appreciate the up in distance to 1400m. Up in class and up to 58kg is the big issue for me today.. will he handle the weight increase and higher class? Maps very well.
Gracious Prospect: Didn’t handle the slow track last start Flemington and I think we have to rate this talented colt off the three previous runs which are all up to winning this today. Nisbet takes the ride today and claims 3kg to get him down to 56kg which looks ideal. Maps well from barrier 5.
Search Squad: Continued on with it after a nice win two back and ran home well 2nd to By The Grace who has since come out and won again. Only up 2kg today and Gundogdu keeps the ride. Suited back on dead ground today and looks a key chance if they are running on.
Kingdom of Dreams: Failed due to slow track is the story but was under the odds up in that class either way. Looks a good horse on previous two runs, but this is MUCH harder today again. Happy to take him on.
Vivi Veloce: Ignore last start and rate on three previous runs which were all solid in similar classes. Best run was over 1600m on a dead ground interestingly. Ruun up to that and can run a place here.
Adirondack: First prep was a stunner from this impressive gelding who made his way through the grades but just couldn’t get better than 3rd his last three runs. Will have improved from those runs but is certainly a first up query for mine in this class. Happy to take him on today.
Jade’s Boy: Improved SIGNIFICANTLY last start at Flemington and showed us what we know he is capable of. Down 3kg today and back to a dead track… not sure what to make of him here.
Refulgent: Improving colt who won his maiden well then won a good 64 rating race as well in good time. Big jump in class here though, not for me.
Burning Front: Ran well up in class last start. Not the best weighted today but should run well.
Tiny’s Legacy: Too far back last start but did run well. Oliver takes the ride. Can run well.
Blonic Hill: Had it fairly easy out the front last start but didn’t finish it off with the big weight. Down in weight but much harder today.
Spun Dry: Couldn’t win a R-64 last start… did run a nice time but hard to see here.
Silent Saga: Hasn’t measured up this prep and can’t see that changing today.
Comments: Tough race on paper but there are some clear value runners here, the stand out being Gracious Prospect.
Quaddie Leg Two: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7
Strategy: Gracious Prospect E/W
Sandown Race 7
Mujadale: Back to a dead track today, he didn’t handle the slow last start. Weighted slightly poorly if you ask me but he is the clear leader and won’t have much pressure on. Can run well and could place.
Sacred Flyer: Ran well first up but slightly disappointing second up. Much better than those two runs but at weights hard to suggest he wins this clearly.
Base: Ran very well over 3200m three runs back but nothing since. Hard to suggest he improves 8.5L today.
St Jean: Our best bet last start, he had NO right to win yet did it with ease. Equal class today and up 3kg from a very poor barrier, but there is once again no real speed in the race and he should have an easy enough time getting over. Rates to win again.
Picture Editor: Good strange horse. Oliver takes the ride. If you base him on last prep 0.8L 3rd to Gotta Take Care over similar distance then he is right in this… but not going the same this prep?
Supremacy: Shown nothing this prep and even at the weights hard to suggest that changes.
Lennybe: Much harder race today and weighted poorly. Hard to see.
Perplexity: Continues to improve this prep with every run but this is a big step up in class. Not for me here.
Second King: Had his shot last start on the Heavy at the bool but couldn’t produce the win. Down to 52.5kg today and way up in class. Hard to give him a massive chance on last few runs.
Lordoftheparrots: Going ok over the hurdles. Not on the flat.
Kirribilli Gold: This is a horse who has produced in the past on the flat but on last start run happy to take on.. would need it wet to compete here.
Tunes: Couldn’t win a BM-70 the last two runs and this is much harder. No thanks.
Compound: Good win at Donald three back and then nothing really since. Has the potential to improve today and has to be respected.
Beliveau: Ran home nicely for 2nd behind Westsouthwest two back but that isn’t exactly good form. Did run 2nd to Signoff as well four back. Last start poor on heavy. Not the worst here but others preferred.
Happy As Hell: Jumping out of 3YO grade is interesting. Down to 54kg best run this prep was probably the 4th to Bring Back on slow… and then the previous run was also solid for the win. Prefer others to be honest but have to include in Quaddie.
King of Dudes: Not going well enough to win this today
Comments: A race of two for mine between St Jean and Sacred Flyer.. but even then I have St Jean 2 lengths clear. He goes around a great price again today and looks a very solid bet.
Quaddie Leg Three: 2, 4, 14, 16
Startegy: St Jean to win.
Sandown Race 8
Spacecraft: Hard to tell when this bloke will put in his best. His first up run wins this but he hasn’t shown anywhere near that since his first up run. Up to 60kg… tough.
Bianmick: I really like this bloke has a horse. His last win was in a GROUP 3 beating Dance With Her making a move to take the lead in the final 600m. Last start he finished off nicely I thought and with a dead track today could threaten from a more positive barrier.
Crafty Cruiser: Old favourite Crafty Cruiser… his best over further than this. Never placed first or second up.
Blue Ribbon: Impressive last start winner in Adelaide after showing NOTHING all prep. Hard to ignore these blow out winners… they generally go on with it.
Shenzhou Steeds: Never won first up previously and only placed 1 from 6 times. Better over further.
African Heat: Horrible really horrible first up since 2 years off. No thanks here.
Onpicalo: Got found out at the weights last start is all… was still a good run for 2nd and from barrier 1 today maps to lead this up and be the one to beat. Expect them to not go as hard on him with Dunn taking the ride back.
Forty Thirty: Shown nothing the last two preps. Can’t have.
Upbeat: Won a much easier race last start from start to finish in the country. Disappointing two runs before. Not for me.
Mighty Like: Looks the main threat today. Good win two back beating EL Mina and then improved again last start to run on well at Morphetville from an impressive 3L win in a nice time.
Ali Vital: Never won first up and better over further and in easier races. Has claims.
Comments: I have this one coming down to two main runners in Mighty Like and Onpicalo. I think they are both almost equal chances at their weights and with the runs they get today.
Quaddie Leg Four: 2, 4, 7, 11
Strategy: Back Mighty Like. Saver Onpicalo.
Eagle Farm Race 3
Moriarty: Has been going ‘ok’ without going close all prep. Hasn’t improved if you ask me from 5 runs back to now. With a field this size he is a little more of a chance with less to get past, but others rate better.
Akzar: The one to beat, he simply got too far back last start and did finish off quite well. Obviously will be much closer today and goes well on all surfaces. Extra 200m and larger track is key from a good barrier.
Mr O’Ceirin: The only obvious leader in the race, Mr O’Ceirin comes into this so well today after very brave runs last two starts. Ignore last start when he was squeezed out of a run and strangely wasn’t ridden to lead when there was a clear bias. Previous run is what you rate him on. If we do end up with a genuine Good track today, then you can’t beat with any confidence at all.
Floria: Didn’t measure up to WFA level last start at Doomben. Run wasn’t impressive to me. Up to 2200m looks to far if you ask me and I can’t have here.
Wistful: Last three runs have all been solid and she continues to go up in class. This is a step up again.. she should run well from the rail behind leader.. but this is another step up and she couldn’t get the win the 3 previous runs so i can’t have here.
Perfect Start: Last two ruins very poor and hard to see measuring up to even place today.
Lauren Tate: Showed some ability first up but last start was horrible. Based on best could place at best?
Comments: I can understand why Akzar is favourite here today… Good horse and will be close enough to win on a course that should suit more. I have to stick with Mr O’Ceirin again today knowing he will get the easy splits all race and be able to kick away on the turn. I would be much more confident if we get a Dead track at start time.
Strategy: Mr O’Ceirin to win. Saver Akzar.
Eagle Farm Race 5
Just gonna keep this one simple. You are looking at a race of non-winners including the favourite. I couldn’t play here with any great confidence to win, but you can’t pass up Lady Echelon at the odds for a place today considering the opposition.
Strategy: Lady Echelon to place.
Eagle Farm Race 6
Very very very open race. Many form lines to consider and I think it’s impossible to bet with any great confidence into this race. How will the NZ runners go? Costa Viva who great first up but draws the car park. Hucklebuck also drew wide and may be forced forward again today. Will Dothraki be better on the ground today from another perfect draw? Is Liberty’s Choice peaking and best to rate off last start 2nd to Cosmic Endeavour which is significantly strong form? Of course you then look back to Havana as well.. it was a very good win last start and barrier 4 gives him every chance once again. For mine, I’m very happy to give Jazz Song one last shot this prep. Price wouldn’t be running her if she wasn’t still going great guns. She showed enough last start and to be honest Srikandi would be winning this by 2 lengths+ as well based on last start. From barrier 6, she maps perfectly and with Newitt back on who recorded the only win this prep onboard the horse, the price looks nice.
Strategy: Jazz Song E/W
Eagle Farm Race 7
How can you oppose Arabian Gold here today? With 3 wins in a row beating every horse thrown at her during the Carnival in Sydney, she measured up last start and put them away easily at Doomben. First time at Eagle Farm today but up to 2400m is suitable. Ok so onto the one main concern.. a Good track today. Her two runs on Good were better than they looked. The Oaks run she was simply too far back, finished off well but didn’t exactly measure up.. she is much better this prep. The previous 4th in the Flight saw her run out the front which was the main reason why she didn’t finish the race off and the time set was very fast. I’m happy to suggest she is no issue today on the Good.
So who can beat her? Tinto ran well last start and is coming off a nice win so has to be considered. Hera got injured last start and has Group form over in NZ. Star Fashion ran a close 2nd to May’s Dream this prep over a similar distance and Khutulun could be anything if she actually gets a barrier once in her life (22 again today). Paris March rates well also.
Strategy: Arabian Gold to win
Eagle Farm Race 8
A tough race to finish the day.
How good is Sacred Star? Has won first up in the past and measured up in Group and WFA-G1 class over in NZ while most of these are listed/open race horses. Barrier 4 should give him every chance today.
Hot Snitzel is way back in class here and on the defeat of Knoydart three back has to be considered from barrier 2… also consider 2.3L 2nd to Lankan Rupee last prep as well. Is his best on wet surfaces?
Dances on Stars finally got a win again on heavy two back then was a little disappointing last start… can improve.
Bennetta hasn’t won since early 2013 when she looked something special. First up she was good on a wet track and back to a Good track today should run well.. but I couldn’t take the price.
Phelan Ready hasn’t won since 2009 as we all know. Two back last prep he was actually really good and goes well first up… you never know?
Masthead has been flattered the last two starts I reckon and i’m happy to take on again today. He was suited by the insanely fast speeds out front and still couldn’t get the win either times.
Strategy: Back Hot Snitzel to win. Saver Sacred Star
Rosehill Race 4
Cradle Me was HUGE first up and looks to be a completly different horse this prep after 4 months to train on. Back at Rosehill again today and the barrier shouldn’t be a worry. Very happy to take the odds on offer.
Strategy: Back Cradle Me to win.
Rosehill Race 5
Two runners stick out here for me in Our Desert Warrior and Rugged Cross.
Rugged Cross is a forgive run from last start with lacerations. Down in class and based on two previous runs goes very close here… price looks overs.
Our Desert Warrior went around in similar class last prep as $2.80 and $1.6 favourite and ran very well first up for 1.5L 5th and then fell away after that it seemed… but did he just not handle anything that wasn’t Good? Will get a good track today and looks way over the correct odds.
Strategy: Back Rugged Cross & Our Desert Warrior to win at equal stakes.
Rosehill Race 6
Happy to take Full of Spirit on at the price today. Not much more improvement to come for mine.
I’m Imposing will be hard to hold out based on last start run. Should run well from position in race.
Keep Cool bounced back to record his best run in more than a year last start at Hawksbury running on for 3rd. A repeat of that run goes close today back in this grade. Barrier only issue. Can still lead and win if needed.
Strategy: Keep Cool E/W
Rosehill Race 7
Express Power is first up here today. Has won first up previously. Only missed a place once at this distance range from 6 starts. With claim comes in very well at weights and this is a very poor field compared to what she has measured up in previously being a 3F-LR winner. Most importantly, all her wins have come on a Good track and she strikes that today. Looks over the odds.
Startegy: Express Power E/W
Rosehill Race 8
Wide open race to finish the day. Queenstown is a great horse but does look a little short here. Bagman could be anything today… really tough race. Happy to avoid and not offer a tip. Good luck!
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