Caulfield Tips June 27
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Caulfield Tips – JUNE 27
Race 5 – 2:10PM Hyland Sportswear EOFY Sale Hcp (1200 METRES)
Race 5 is for the fillies and FELICIA should be hard to beat. The Dean Binaisse-trained galloper has been thereabouts in some similar races this campaign and has placed at her last two, with those efforts coming behind Broadwayandfourth and Kalkarni Royale. She was probably on the wrong side of the coin in terms of getting the best out of the track in both of those runs, with Broadwayandfourth suited by the run-on bias, while Kalkarni Royale was able to lead all the way. She will again sit just off the speed with the likes of Zac Attack and Merited to go forward and with luck in running, she should be hard to hold out with Craig Williams on board.
Race 6 – 2:50PM Neds Same Race Multi Hcp (1000 METRES)
MS CATHERINE steps out in Race 6 of the day and will be out to make amends after missing out as a $2.60 chance at Moonee Valley last weekend. In that race, the Henry Dwyer-trained filly was slightly easy in the betting and settled in the lead on a day in which the on pacers generally fared well. She went fast in the first half of the race but was unable to sustain that effort, particularly in the last 200m of the race when run down by Iconic Star. However, it is worth noting that on benchmark figures she significantly improved in each of her three runs earlier this year, culminating with a win at Group 3 level in the Typhoon Tracy Stakes (1200m). With class on her side, she can bounce back against this lot.
Race 8 – 4:05PM Neds Money Back Odds Handicap (2000 METRES)
One of the better bets of the day nation wide shapes as HARBOUR VIEWS, who could hardly have been more impressive when winning at Moonee Valley on June 13. The lightly raced five-year-old was solid on resumption when 3rd to Buffalo River over the 1400m at Sandown last month and had a couple of excuses as a beaten favourite at Morphettville. But at the Valley he ran 14 lengths quicker than benchmark figures, which were the best for the day, when defeating Double You Tee by two lengths. He rises in weight but is on the up and the 2000m does look to be his go. With John Allen in the saddle he should be hard to beat.
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