Cranbourne Tips January 14

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Cranbourne Tips Friday January 14

HONEYCREEPER ($2.60 with NEDS) should be hard to hold out in Race 5 of the evening at Cranbourne. The filly from the Godolphin yard has had two runs this time in and closed off well for 3rd at Warwick Farm when resuming before heading to Flemington and again placing 3rd, that time in a BenchMark 70 over the 1400m. She settled last in the field of six on that occasion and just lacked a bit of dash when the sprint went on at the top of the straight before producing the fastest last 200m. Step up to the 1600m looks ideal for her and she should be suited by the likely solid tempo here with the likes of Delightful Journey and Zourisky among a number that will head forward.



Race 7 6 is a BenchMark 64 over the 2025m and HELMITON ($10 with bet365) can go close to chalking up his second win in three starts. The four-year-old sat on the speed and fought on gamely to win at Terang on November 19 before heading to Moonee Valley, going for home at the 200m before being swamped late. He eventually finished 5th to Curly Burgin, beaten just over a length. The son of Helmet engaged in a bit of a speed battle and was left a sitting duck. He went 4.8 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which are the best last start figures of any runner in this race and the third best that any galloper has set in the past two years. The son of Helmet should enjoy more piece up forward and will sit alongside Inthelapofthegods up front. He is the one they will have to run down.



We see the stayers feature over the 3000m in Race 7 and MILESTONE ($2.60 with Sportsbet) looks a very solid player for the Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young stable. The six-year-old is getting better with racing and as he steps up in trip. He was a winner after a tough run at Moe Ove the 2400m two starts ago before sitting on pace and finishing runner-up behind Saving at Moonee Valley over the 3000m on New Years Eve. In his latest race he kept coming and went 1.3 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which are the best last start figures of any runner. The son of Mastercraftsman can work across from the wide barrier in the early stages and will be in this for a very long way.



KANZAI ($3.90 with NEDS) can go close at her third run back from a spell. The five-year-old has finished 6th in her first two assignments this time around with both of those races coming at the Hillside circuit at Sandown. She has settled back in both in what have been slowly run affairs before running on. She has gone within 1.3 lengths of standard in both of those runs, which are the best recent figures of any runner. Third up last time, the daughter of Savabeel went 3.4 lengths faster than standard when a narrow 4th over the 1800m at Sandown so she should have improvement to come. Tempo looks ok for her here with Finesse Tess up front and a few others handy. With luck in running from the inside gate she can go close.






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