Cranbourne Tips July 22

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Is this the one for NEWZEEL DEAL ($3.40 with Ladbrokes) to finally break through? The eight-start maiden has shown a bit in his career without getting that elusive win but he should be ready to fire third up from a spell. He comes off a 3rd placing at Cranbourne over the 1600m on July 8 behind Cleitus and produced the fastest last 200m that day.
Third up last time he was a bit disappointing over the 2025m here when 3rd behind Runaway Train but they did crawl in the early to middle stages that race. Pace should be a bit more genuine this time, which should suit better. The son of Dundeel handles wet ground and should be hard to hold out late in the piece.

Race 7 of the day sees the sprinters in action and A LONE HERO ($8 with bet365) stays under notice after a dominant win at BM58 level last time at Echuca. The Luke Oliver-trained galloper was ridden more quietly that day and scorched to a 2.5 length win on the Heavy. He seems to be at his best over the 1000m and went six lengths faster than standard benchmark earlier in his career on a Heavy track over the 1000m when runner-up at Pakenham before missing out over slightly longer trips. He has drawn barrier 1 for this assignment and will be ridden by Josh Richards, who continues to chalk up winners

Looking to close the day off with a win and it is SEB SONG ($1.80 with Ladbrokes) that should be hard to beat. The three-year-old lines up in what shapes as a handy race at BenchMark 78 level and was runner-up behind Seiners Express at Flemington on July 3 over the 1600m at his last start. That came in the Silver Bowl Series Final on a Soft track. The son of Sebring chased well from the tail that day, producing the fastest 400m-200m split before just being out-kicked late in the piece. He was a bit flat at Cranbourne over the 1600m prior to that but overraced that day and was posted wide. He has won at the track in the past, while he has produced some good figures on wet tracks, going went more than eight lengths faster than standard at Flemington last time, which is three lengths better than the next best last start figures of any runner. The step up to the 2060m should suit.




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