Pakenham Tips May 19

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Pakenham Tips Thursday May 19

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A couple of promising ones in action here including Allegedly and FARHH FLUNG ($2.70 with ladbrokes). Bit of support for the former UK galloper Ayr but am keen on Farhh Flung at his first run back from a spell. The Danny O’Brien-trained colt was seen at Geelong over the 1335m on December 21 last year and did well to finish 4th in a strongly run race behind Sister Vianney. He attracted support in the market that day and form out of the race has been solid with the winner going on with the job. He jumps to the 1600m for this and with any improvement over the break he should go well.



TREOTTO ($3 with Palmerbet) can go one spot better than a debut effort that saw him finish runner-up behind Nice For What at Cranbourne on May 6. That came over the 1000m and he settled behind the eventual winner but was unable to catch him in the straight. The son of Sooboog went 0.5 lengths slower thanks standard benchmark, which is better than what any horse in this race has produced. Look for Ethan Brown to cross over from the wide gate and the pair should feature in the finish.




Short quote at the $1.85 and one to put into multis but hard to ignore PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE ($1.85 with ladbrokes) after her dominant debut win. The Grahame Begg-trained galloper started a $1.28 favourite at Werribee on May 2 and the money was right as she cleared out to a six length win and going 0.5 lengths slower than standard. Some nice late splits and suspect she can improve a lot off that. Barrier 2 shouldn’t be a problem and Jordan Childs retains the ride. He has ridden 22 winners from his last 100 rides, providing us with a 24% profit on turnover.



Another debut winner that can make it two from two is PELOSI ($3.30 with Palmerbet). The Price/Kent Jnr galloper stepped out at Geelong on debut and led all the way to win by over a length from Tick Tock Queen, while there was bit of a gap on the others. She sticks to the 1200m and will look to cross from the wide barrier. The daughter of Puccini went two lengths faster than standard on debut and something around that mark or better will be good enough to see her be a factor in this grade.




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