Bordertown Preview & Best Bets – 14/04/2024

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Bordertown Tips 14/04/2024


Race 7 No. 1 ALL BEANS ($5.10)

Morphettville trainer Justin Pickering has picked-up an important three-kilo claim as Caitlyn Munro takes the ride on ALL BEANS. They’ve also come up with an inside gate and we’ll expect Munro to ride for luck on a track that has favoured the inside section over the past few meetings. All Beans was a decisive winner second-up over 1200m in a strong race in Mount Gambier. Certainly wasn’t disgraced over this trip in Listed grade at Oakbank racecourse last start. The speed will be on early with the likes of Secret War engaged with All Beans saving every penny on the fence. Munro can track up behind that pace before presenting All Beans with her run deep into the straight.



Race 5 No. 11 LUNASHA ($5.50)

Drawing an ordinary gate at Bordertown Racecourse has no doubt played its part in finding us a price about LUNASHA with the early markets. She came from better than midfield to come away from Togetherforever who appears to hold city winning ability. That horse was sent around as a very short-price favourite to win with some authority at her next start. Phillip Stokes sent Lunasha out to a class two where she wasn’t beaten far from Bellalique who toyed with her rivals. The stable have opted to come back to country grade with their filly in a race where there is plenty of speed engaged.



Race 2 No. 5 SHOOTING STORM ($16)

Didn’t mind the recent trial of SHOOTING STORM at Murray Bridge as trainer Shayne Cahill prepared the horse for debut. Shooting Storm was away okay under Sam Payne before being beaten for speed through the early part. The pair moved into trial to be within striking range on turning. Payne asked plenty of his mount who responded under riding before finding rhythm late. Shooting Storm was up against a handy lot of horses and with both the winner Treasurway and the runner-up Kalbarri doing it easily. The strong hit out would have suited Shooting Storm who will have taken plenty of benefit as he heads into race day on Sunday.