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Belmont Tips – July 4
Race 6 – 2:33PM SEACORP HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
The three-year-olds step out in Race 6 of the day and WINE NIGHT can go on with it after claiming victory at the track and trip at a midweek meeting on June 17. In that race, the daughter of Playing God settled just behind the leader and hit the lead at the 100m before handing on from Sweetassa. She ran more than five lengths quicker than benchmark in that race and is subject to further improvement at her second run this campaign. She ran quicker relative to benchmark between her first and second runs at her last campaign and went on to place 3rd in some big races later on, including the Challenge Stakes (1500m) behind Superstorm. She will save plenty of ground from barrier 1 and it the gaps appear in the straight she will be hard to hold out.
Race 7 – 3:10PM KIRIN MEGUMI HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
INDIAN PACIFIC will be going for the hat trick of wins after a couple of impressive performances this campaign and barring any bad luck in the run, the Neville Parnham youngster can get the job done. He led all the way here on May 30 over the 1200m, defeating Windstorm by just over half a length and on June 13, he was taken on in the straight by Levitate but just held that galloper at bay, while there was a big gap back to the 3rd placegetter, Resortman. He ran 6.5 lengths quicker than benchmark overall in his recent run and unless they go crazy early on here, he should have enough in the tank at the business end after drawing barrier 2 in this assignment.
Race 10 – 4:55PM CROWN PERTH HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
We close out with a Rating 72+ and PROCONSENT can bounce back after a last start effort that saw him go down in a head-bobber behind Power Of St George over the 1600m here on June 20. On that occasion, the four-year-old settled back in the field of 16 and was posted out wide throughout but kept coming gamely before missing out. There was a five length gap back to the 3rd placegetter in that race and he ran nearly eight lengths quicker than overall benchmark figures, which is superior than the personal bests of every other runner. He has drawn barrier 13 but was good enough to overcome a wide run last time and races well at the Belmont track with two wins earlier this preparation with those coming in the Provincial Championship series.
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