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Racing Bet of the Day December 5 - best bets for Gawler and Sandown

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 4 Dec 2018
  • Confidence rating: Chucky 93%, Queen La Diva 95%, Ruomaza 88%
  • Suggested stake: Chucky and Queen La Diva 4 units to win each, Ruomaza 2 units to win.

We turn our eyes to Gawler and Sandown on Wednesday where a trio of gallopers appeal and can contribute to a big day on the punt.

Here are my three best bets for Wednesday racing:

GAWLER:

Race 1 - 1:50PM 4 WAY FRESH PRODUCE / SABOIS 3YO MAIDEN PLATE (1100 METRES)
I blackbooked Sir Johnson from the barrier trials and rate his chances from the inside gate with Emily Finnegan aboard, but he’s bumped into what looks a smart one in the Will Clarken-trained CHUCKY. The Danerich gelding was only average at the barrier trials but he really hit he line strongly over 1000m behind Metro Tramp who the stable has an opinion of. He was eating up the ground late and will be suited over slightly longer, and stable jockey Todd Pannell goes aboard from a favourable gate (4). Surreal Image looms as a danger but goes into this without a public trial and is difficult to assess. 

SANDOWN:

Race 1 - 3:25PM LADBROKES HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
Darren Weir’s QUEEN LA DIVA can go back-to-back here. She won by 2.5 lengths last start and ran three lengths quicker than the other 1600m race which was won by Bezos. The form looks genuine seeing Queen La Diva beat Danubian by 9.5 lengths and that galloper finished four lengths from Bezos last start. Tall Lady won impressively at Pakenham but ran nine lengths slower than the other BM64 on the day, and Crown Dancer may need another run to match motors with Weir’s filly who is rock-hard-fit and is likely to right up on the speed from the inside gate. 

Race 6 - 6:15PM ARAZA HANDICAP (2400 METRES)
The ultra-consistent RUOMAZA has won three and placed three from six start and has been crying out for this trip all along. The four-year-old son of Azamour has worked home strongly in each start but does take a while to wind up and the step up to 2400m at his sixth run this campaign looks perfect.


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