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Racing Bet of the Day September 11 - follow strong trial form at Canterbury

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 11 Sep 2019
  • Confidence rating: 80%
  • Suggested stake: 2 units to Win

Admittedly, Race 3, the Everest Carnival Handicap (1250m) at Canterbury on Wednesday looks like an open affair, but I’m willing to trust what looks like strong trial form. 

Racing Bet of the Day Results

Last 10 resultsOutlay on all 2019 SelectionsReturn (based on $10 Win bets2018 Results
WLLLLLWLWL$4260$4501+36% ROI

Trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott saddle up three runners in the event, and I was really impressed with their Zoffany gelding, Cock Match, as he won his most recent barrier trial. 

He led all the way in the 8983m trial and stopped the clock at 0:54.05 which was the second quickest heat of the morning. 

He went quicker than horses like Greyworm (0:54.65) who won at Rosehill next start, I Am Excited (0:54.53) who defeated Redzel in the Victory Stakes last campaign, Funstar (0:55.38) who was runner-up to Yao Dash at Randwick last Saturday and Papal Warrior (0:54.60) who lines up in opposition on Wednesday.

Recording slick time is one thing, but Cock Match brings so much more.

In my opinion, he did it easier than any of the aforementioned gallopers, and jockey Tim Clark, who has been aboard for both trials, eased him up with 100m to go and he cantered to the line.

My one concern is, Clark now jumps aboard the unraced stablemate, Good Stock, who won his only barrier trial over 742m.

He may turn out to be the better of the pair, but I don’t like him over 1250m on debut with only a 742m barrier trial under his belt. 

Cock Match on the other hand is fitter with two good hit-outs over slightly longer, and he has experience having raced four times last campaign for two 2nd placings. 

He looks much stronger this time around, and I expect him to prove hard to catch from out in front which is where he’s likely to be with Tommy Berry in the saddle.

Value is key, and at around $7, Cock Match represents great value.
 


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