Warracknabeal Tips July 6
- Best bets for each Warracknabeal race meeting.
Looking for Warracknabeal tips? Our Victorian form expert provides his best bets for key horse race meetings at Warracknabeal racecourse
Here are our Warracknabeal tips:
WARRACKNABEAL TIPS – JuLY 6
RACE PREVIEWS 🧐
Race 4 – 2:00PM bet365 Maiden Plate (1800 METRES)
CATEGORY FIVE steps out in Race 4 of the day and should be hard to beat over the 1800m. The Maher/Eustace galloper has had six career starts and has placed in three of those. He resumed with a 6th at Bendigo over the 1300m after tracking wide in that race before stepping up to the 1624m at Donald, looming as the winner in the last 200m before just being run down late. Third up last time he was placed at Moonee Valley and ran more than a length quicker than benchmark in that race, which was over the 1600m A big firmer in early betting, he has the pace to overcome the wide gate and with the fitness at his third run he can get the job done.
Race 5 – 2:30PM Pony Xpress BM58 Handicap (2000 METRES)
One to consider at a bit of a price in Race 5 of the day is SKILLED ASSASSIN. The six-year-old drops to BenchMark 58 level for the first time since late 2019 when he won two in this grade. His recent performances have come in BM70 and at his most recent start he worked home well over the 2100m on the Ballarat Synthetic when 4th to Smokin Pierro. He ran more than two lengths quicker than benchmark in that race and a similar performance will have him right in the mix here. The 62kg isn’t a huge concern with the compressed weights in the field, while he is generally pretty good over the distance. The $11 on offer represents value.
Race 9 – 4:30PM We’re Racing Again 29-08-2020 BM58 Handicap (1000 METRES)
The final event of the day is over the 1000m and MISS DEVINE EM will be out to make it back to back wins after claiming her Maiden at Donald on June 20 at what was just her second career start. On that occasion, the Patrick Payne-trained galloper led in the early stages and found plenty in the last 200m of the race to hang on from Diesel N Dust. The two-year-old takes on the older horses here but has a bit of upside on these and if her previous runs are anything to go by, she has the speed to cross over from the gate. If Billy Egan can find a spot early on, we can expect to see the pair right in the thick of it at the business end.
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