With the return of some better quality horses who are looking to build into Spring, punters have been extremely active in early betting markets in an attempt to pick off any mispriced runners. This week we have identified moves that fit this profile at both Randwick and Moonee Valley
Randwick Tips from Market Movers
J Mac is working hard to re-climb back into the top echelons of the Sydney riding ranks and he has secured the ride on a good horse here that has been heavily backed. Team Snowden certainly know when one is going well and do have a habit of getting a plunge horse home. He will find cover from out wide and be running on late.
Can improve on a last start 5 of 9 at Rosehill where not all went right when she was trapped wide and posted for most of the trip. Has been heavily supported in betting for this and suspect the big model syndicates rate both trainer Mark Newnham and jockey Hugh Bowman highly. Money looks right.
Has been up for an eternity this prep this being his ninth run however he keeps on running well and there is no reason why he cannot again perform here. The lethal combination of Waller and McEvoy combine and this alone will go a long way to winning it. Can find a position from out wide and run home over the top. Yes
Interesting move at odds here for this mare who is stepping up from midweek grade at Canterbury to tackle city Saturday class. That is not such a hurdle during the Winter months and the market must like what they saw in the two Canterbury runs where she finished 4 of 12 in both. Should race right up on speed in the first pair and may have the opportunity to race slow and dictate to them. Can pinch it out in front.
Wanna Get A What
Cheekily named, this country based galloper measured up in city grade last start against some quality opposition including Bandipur. He only finished 1 length off that horse here last time and that is excellent form for this race. Will be right up in the firing line from the jump and be kicking for a long way. Top hope.
Mooney Valley Tips from Market Movers
All In Brawl
Was heavily supported in betting in his race debut at Geelong ($4.40 into $3.70 late) where he led and gave nothing else a chance. This is slightly harder in town however will be on pace again and rolling. He has the services of a strong rider in Ben Melham who will punch him out of gate 7 and straight onto the rail. Money looks spot on.
You’ve Been Had
Loves this distance (5:4-1-0) where he has never been out of the money, and did run well here when finishing 2 of 14 two starts back. Will need some luck from a wider draw (gate 11) however must be showing enough to suggest he can overcome it. Must respect the solid move in betting. Yes.
Streetcar To Stars
Team Williams import who has excellent northern hemisphere form and did run an impressive 2 of 9 at Sandown at his Australian debut. Lloyd Williams has a talent for selecting horses that will run well here, and whilst the main target may be in the future, this horse appears primed to win second up. Early betting suggests he could just blow them all away.
Trap For Fools
Has been just that so far this prep, with two last start placings where he looks to be building nicely for a win here. He showed blistering speed at his recent start to lead and was very brave hanging on late for second, when only beaten a length. Jarred McLean is a gun young trainer and would have the horse well, he also does not mind a bet. Will go very close.
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