Kalgoorlie Tips June 28
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KALGOORLIE TIPS – June 28
RACE PREVIEWS 🧐
Race 4 – 2:47PM COMPLETE ENVIROTEST HANDICAP (1760 METRES)
This looks to be a suitable assignment for RAPID EYE MOVEMENT, who has been solid in her three runs this time in. The promising three-year-old has won two of her past four and finished 3rd in narrow fashion when just unable to peg back the leading pair over the 1600m here on June 14. In that race, she settled just off the speed before missing out by under half a length. She was a winner over the 1609m prior to that and is racing as though the step up in trip should suit. From barrier 1, she can save plenty of ground and assume a stalking role, as the likes of Wembley Dayz vie for the lead. That horse pipped her for the runner-up slot last time but has drawn wide in barrier 10.
Race 5 – 3:25PM BURGESS BLA HANDICAP (1100 METRES)
Race 5 is a Rating 58+ and HAYAN LAD should be hard to beat. The six-year-old has had four runs this time in and improved to win in this grade at the track and distance two starts ago before finishing runner-up being Nemiroff in the recent Mayoral Cup over the 1200m on June 6. In that race he settled on the speed but was unable to catch Nemiroff in the late stages. He ran just quicker than benchmark figures in that race, which places him well at this level, and with the 3kg claim for Victoria Corver, he will take a power of beating.
Race 6 – 3:55PM THE SHOE BAR ATHOL & GERRY MEMORIAL HANDICAP (1609 METRES)
Some handy types line up in Race 6 of the day and KELLY’S SECRET should be ready to strike at his fourth run this preparation. The five-year-old didn’t do too much in town in his first two runs this campaign but dropped back to Kalgoorlie on June 7 and ran 4th behind Smarty. In that race, he got too far back and his cause wasn’t helped as they crawled early on. But he was solid in the last half of the race and ran his last 600m three lenghts quicker than benchmark. He found form at a similar stage of his last preparation by winning twice at Belmont and if he can get anywhere near the form he showed in some of those runs he will be hard to beat with the 1.5kg claim for the apprentice hoop.
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