racing tips

Race 1
The yard of Paul Foo Kune has all but secured the Stables Championship and it may pay dividends to follow its runner, Yoda Man in the opening contest. He narrowly failed to make it two-in-a row last time. He looks to be the safest bet as he jumps on the rails.
City Of Choice has finished in the money in his last two starts after a series of disappointing efforts. He carries just 54kg, should get a good run throughout from barrier 3 and be hard to hold off.
Generous Gent scored a surprising win with Wiggins last time. The six year-old is still in a good shape and should be thereabouts.
Sevent Carat should improve on his debut run. He has come out well from that race and the distance should not be a problem.
Watch out: City Of Choice, Generous Gent, Seven Carat

Race 2
Lord Al led all the way to win his last race easily. He is expected to be in the lead once again from the ace and will be tough to down in the last stretch.
Smitten is back on 1000m and could be the favourite’s main threat in the race. He is in a fine shape and will not be far off.
Domani races just six days after his last race. Did not perform up to expectations last time out but a better display is expected from him.
Captain’s Cronicle finally ran a good race when down in 36-20. He should get a gun run from barrier two.
Win A Million is slightly up in class. He is best over the kilometre and should not be ignored.
Top Tip: LORD AL
Watch out: Smitten, Domani, Captain’s Cronicle

Race 3
Johnny Geroudis is playing catch-up with Cedric Segeon in the Jockeys Championship, and will be looking to cut down into the latter’s lead aboard New Star. The four year-old is drawn on the inside and should be in a striking position.
Salute The Saint followed up his win with another solid performance when he finished a close up third behind Pont D’Avignon. He returns after a break and has a good draw.
Twice a runner-up in his last two starts, Mighty Lion is inching closer to his first win. He is drawn on the outside this time but has enough gate speed to set the pace. Will give his opponents a hard time if he gets a soft lead.
Brandewyn finished fifth, under 2L behind the winner last time out. He is back in 31-15 and has an excellent number in the starting stalls.
Nine year-old La Foce shoulders the top weight but is slightly down in category once again. He can finish in the placings.
Watch out: Salute The Saint, Mighty Lion, Brandewyn

Race 4
Elusive Love went one better last time when he scored his first win. He is still in a very good shape and can make it two-in-a row from his good draw. Will have Sooful in the irons this time.
Colour Of Courage followed handy from an awkward draw last time and stayed on to take third place. He has a wide draw once again but is in a very good shape at the moment.
Acapella has been an in and out performer. If he gets to follow in a good position, he should give a good account of himself.
Constellation is slightly down in class and has the advantage of breaking from the ace. He will be in the mix.
Sylvester was disappointing last time and should improve on that performance.
Watch out: Colour Of Courage, Acapella, Constellation

Race 5
Nordic Warrior is up three classes. However, he remains the hose to beat despite the awkward draw. His gate speed should allow him to take the lead once again with Joorawon steering this time.
Forest Panther is getting closer to his first win. He will wear blinkers for the first time and should follow handy. He will go close.
Unbridled Joy is slightly up in class after his last win. He has a good draw and has maintained a good shape.
Rear Admiral is also nicely placed in the starting stalls. He should give a huge sight.
Western Jet was unlucky as he was held up around the last bend last time. He still managed to finish third within a length off the winner. He did well at track work and is a good outsider.
Watch out: Forest Panther, Unbridled Joy, Rear Admiral

Race 6
Bottom Dollar shades the selection in the wide open feature race. He raced with a lot of consistency this season and will break from the ace.
Posse Comitatus has performed well at this level in his last three outings. He drops back to 1650m but will start on the outside this time. Wiggins rides him for the second time and he should put in his usual strong effort.
Kalinago is slightly down in grade and is expected to improve after an average performance in 66-50 last time. Rye Joorawon will be in the saddle tomorrow.
Bay Of Bengal seems to be improving with every run after he bled earlier this year. He has an awkward draw but the five year-old has the ability to cause an upset here.
Ashanti Gold can run in the placings with the 3kg claim of his apprentice.
Watch out: Posse Comitatus, Kalinago, Bay Of Bengal

Race 7
A small field of six line up in this seventh event where Ruby King will be hard to beat. His good turn of foot was on display when he won last time out. Another bold run is expected from him.
Back on sprint last time, Nothing Compares scored a good win. He should be handy from barrier one throughout the trip and be tough to hold out in the last straight.
Always Flirting is back in 51-35 after a short defeat behind Captain Magpie. Should be followed this time.
Al Romanov, who bled last time and Traianius, have both been drawn on the inside and should go well.
Watch out: Nothing Compares, Always Flirting, Al Romanov

Race 8
Cula is the horse to beat in this closing contest. He was not disgraced when up in grade last time. Still in an excellent shape, and impressive in training, he could offer new stable jockey, Davy Bonilla his first win.
Makes Me Wonder has been knocking at the door for quite some time now. He drops back to 46-30 after a small break. He will go close.
Divine Crusader was narrowly beaten last time out. He will have Joorawon on board this time and also has the advantage of breaking from the ace.
Aspen Emperor is also back from a small break. He seems to be on the up and should put in a good show despite the wide draw.
Chinese Gold and Barney Barnato are good place bets.
Top Tip: CULA
Watch out: Makes Me Wonder, Divine Crusader, Aspen Emperor

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