Pakenham Tips June 28

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The opener is a Maiden for the fillies and mares and one that might be worth an each-way bet at big odds is ISOLATING (Best odds $27 with Sportsbet) . The six-year-old needs to lift on a first up effort that saw her run 6th on the Ballarat Synthetic over the 1100m. In that race, she had little chance from the back as they absolutely crawled in the early stages. She produced the fastest 600m-400m split in an effort to stay in touch but the ship had sailed. At her second run last time, the daughter of Danesis improved more than 11 lengths on benchmark figures on her first up run to place 5th at Sandown over the 1200m behind Rising Sphere, going 3.3 lengths faster than standard. She was then competitive in a couple of maiden races, placing on two occasions. She should get a nice run from barrier 2 for this race and can surprise.

DIAMOND DAGGER (Best odds $2.10 with Palmerbet) should be hard to beat in Race 3 of the day. The Greg Eurell-trained galloper is yet to break through in four career starts but should find this easier than a first up effort that saw her finish runner-up behind Ocean’s Jen at Sandown over the 1300m on June 2. On that occasion, she settled back in the field of eight and came out wide on the turn before running on strongly to just miss out. She finished ahead of Write The Score, who has since come out and won at Bendigo, while she went 4.8 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which is eight lengths better than the next best last start figures of any runner. Only Newzeel Deal has produced a comparable figure from a career point of view. With even luck in running from barrier 10, she looks to be the one.

MEVIUS (Best odds $3.10 with Sportsbet) is another that can break the maiden when he steps out in Race 5 of the day. The three-year-old improved when stepping up in distance on June 15, finishing runner-up behind Daneway over the 2100m on the Ballarat Synthetic. He made an early move out wide in that race and hit the front before just going down late, going 2.8 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which is seven lengths better than the next best last start figures of any runner. He was backed in from $91 to start $26 that day and has been kept safe in the early market for this race.

HILVERSTON (Best odds $6.50 with NEDS) can make it back to back wins when he steps out in Race 7 of the day at Pakenham. The three-year-old had been battling in earlier runs this preparation but did have excuses in those. He was sent to the Synthetic here on June 4 and overcame a wide run throughout to win by just under a length from Scorpius, going 0.1 of a length faster than standard benchmark, which are the best last start figures of any runner in this race. Look for him to settle in a midfield spot and he should be strong late in the piece.

The final event of the day is a BenchMark 58 and DANA POINT (Best odds $4.80 with NEDS) can close the day out as a winner. The Brent Stanley-trained galloper resumed at Morphettville over the 1000m in a BenchMark 62, leading them up before just fading late in the last 100m to finish 6th. She will strip fitter for this assignment and at her last campaign she was an improver on benchmark figures when second up, sitting on speed at Mornington and scoring over the 1000m in a Maiden. She will settle in the first few for this and should be strong at the business end.



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