The good form continued last Saturday after we struck twice at Randwick.
Both winners saluted at very nice odds, with Casino Kid ($8.50) and Opacity ($9.00) giving readers of this column plenty to cheer about.
With 2 scratchings at Sandown, punters who backed each of the 6 market movers selections identified by our proven model finished the day up 192% Profit on Turnover.
This week punters are again active early at both key venues in Melbourne and Sydney.
At Flemington, an apprentices claim looks crucial and should ensure the class runner goes very close.
Ran on strongly to win at her debut over 1200m at Cranbourne.
She was steaming home late at her first start, clearly indicating a rise in distance will suit even more hence the 1420m here looks perfect.
The John Allen booking means they are serious and you can expect them to show good intent to take a midfield position in the moving line
Was not fancied ($41) over the shorter 2000m last start here, although he did run well to place 3 of 16 on that occasion.
He looks well suited now out to 2540m and is likely to be the one grinding home over the top late.
The D Lane booking sparks interest, as he usually takes his pick of a few.
Is clearly the class runner (61.5kg) here and does get some weight relief after M Cartwright’s claim (2kg).
He has drawn out in gate 11, however if they are favouring the stand side that may allow him to find an ideal position in-transit.
Is likely to find cover just in behind, before launching late.
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Is from the lethal Jolly yard who know the right horse to travel from SA and rarely go home empty handed.
The first-up win at Morphettville indicated she deserves a chance in Melbourne city grade.
J Kah is a huge tick and her form team must have plenty of respect for this runner.
Is owned by a high-profile investor in the sport who expects results from his trainers.
This runner is ultra-consistent and did have genuine excuses last start after encountering traffic on straightening.
He is proven second up (1:1-0-0) and will be looking to keep that perfect record intact.
Drops back from the 2400m of last start to 2000m here, where he is likely to be much stronger through the line.
He also strikes a race that appears to lack speed and he should take the lead with ease and dictate.
Given any cheap sectionals out in front, expect him to simply kick hard off the front and win.
Was very impressive first-up at Randwick Kensington when jumping favourite ($2.45) and braining them all by 2.9 lengths.
A white-hot J Mac takes the ride for Godolphin, who are a group he always wants to impress.
She just needs to hold form second-up to be winning this.
Is a last start winner at this track and has the powerful Waller/Bowman combination engaged.
He did chase hard last time out, hence the extra distance now out to 1500m should be ideal.
They will need a touch of luck from gate 13 however trust Bowman to find a position on settling before coming with a well-timed run.