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Pakenham Tips March 14 - Phillip Stokes and John Allen can combine for a double

Jackson Oldham in Free Tips 14 Mar 2019
  • Pakenham racing preview
  • Suggested Stake: Sunrise Dancer 3 units to win - Camp View 3 units to win
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Phillip Stokes brings a strong team to his home track in Pakenham on Thursday night. He and John Allen can combine for a double with two talented horses who can progress to Metro grade.

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Race 5 - 8:00pm NNG Masters Golf Class 1 Handicap (1200m)
I’m with the Phillip Stokes-trained SUNRISE DANCER. Her two seconds in Metro maidens behind Age Of Chivalry (group placed since) and Columbus Circle. She broke her maiden easily at Bendigo before running fourth behind Winning Partner last start at Sandown. Kayla Crowther got bullied back to the inside when she tried to push Winning Partner out of the way, in the end it didn’t matter as the 1400m saw her out. I like the step back to 1200m here and K.Crowther to J.Allen is a positive jockey change. I’m happy enough to risk the regally bred Woman, who has switched from the Gai Waterhouse stable to Lindsay Park and has had a throat operation since her debut victory 547 days ago. I wanted to see more from the trials, she was just given a gallop at Tatura before the blinkers went on in her final trial at Wodonga. She was pushed out and worked home ok into third. My gut feel is she will need further than 1200m.  


Race 6 - 8:30pm Duffy & Simon Lawyers BM64 Handicap (1200m)
I’m confident Phillip Stokes and John Allen can land the running double, with three-year-old gelding CAMP VIEW. He won on debut at Ararat, sprinting off a very slow speed (10.4 lengths below benchmark) before going to Sandown and running sixth, pulling up with the thumps. He was transferred to the Phillip Stokes yard and has missed the start and flashed home at his last two starts here at Pakenham. He did plenty wrong last start and still almost won, missing the start, peeling seven-wide in the straight before wanting to lay in over the final furlong. Despite this, he still ran the second-fastest last 400m and the fifth-fastest last 600m of the meeting. The fastest last 400m went to the stablemate Gennikay who is in the market against No Drama Darci in race seven. With a clean getaway, he should be closer from barrier five and looks hard to beat.


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Pakenham Tips March 14 - Phillip Stokes and John Allen can combine for a double

Phillip Stokes brings a strong team to his home track in Pakenham on Thursday night. He and John Allen can combine for a double with two talented horses who can progress to Metro grade.

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