Pinjarra Preview & Best Bets – Wednesday, March 8

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Pinjarra Tips 08/03/2023


Race 1 No. 1 LAQUETTA’S GIFT – ($2.80)

Brad Parnham watched the speed unfold before he drew alongside the favourite Gage Roads with LAQUETTA’S GIFT. The latter came away from the fav to score a strong win in the Class One over 1400 metres at Ascot. This was enough to convince us to take the good price on offer for her at her next start. Parnham gave her another treat just off the speed and we thought we’d nailed Feels Playful in a three-way go. While the photo didn’t go our way, we lost no admiration for Laquetta’s Gift. Comes off a handy run behind Guard The Safe where she would’ve had a good blow being six-weeks between runs. Trainer Dion Luciani claims 3kg with Brayden Gaerth as Laquetta’s Gift takes on a small field who are mostly straight from maiden grade.



Race 8 No. 4 STARRING KNIGHT – ($5.50) 

Daniel & Ben Pearce gave STARRING KNIGHT a couple of good barrier trials prior to resumption over 1300 metres at Belmont. The latest of those trials saw him roll along in front at a quiet tempo for Alan Kennedy. Kennedy didn’t ask much of him as Starring Knight went to the line in front of a recent #WABlackbookers entry in Stella Vista. Apprentice rider Taj Dyson then found plenty out of Starring Knight as he fought all the way up the straight to finish close-up to Deetea and Awesome Rival. We’ll put a line through his latest when pulled back from his wide gate over 1400 metres at Ascot. Drawn to receive the run of the race as senior rider Chris Parnham takes the reins, and Starring Knight will be strong through the line.



Race 7 No. 1 JUSTAMIDDY – ($6.50)

The top weight JUSTAMIDDY is going well enough to put himself into the frame of a very even Benchmark 62 race. Justamiddy can do a bit wrong in his races, hence the record showing that he doesn’t win out of turn. Wanted to make life difficult for gun apprentice Luke Campbell who proved more than up for the task last start at Ascot. Campbell had him up and running on the pace over the 1400 metres which is often a good idea with horses who can be handful. We’ll hope he does the same again from their wide draw on Wednesday with Justamiddy who can show natural early speed. Justamiddy was only just knocked off by a rampant Finchy and will only strip fitter again.