Wellington Tips May 30

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Looking for Wellington racing tips? Our form analyst has previewed the meeting and come up with his best bets for Wellington.

Here are our latest Wellington racing tips for today.


In outstanding form since resuming, Rosehill galloper TIME FOR PEACE (Best Odds $2.30 with Bet365) steps up in grade here but has the runs on the board to suggest she up to this today. Last start, the Time For War filly was coming off her Maiden win at Newcastle when she made the transition to BM58 company over 1000m at Queanbeyan. From a good gate, she led on settling and held them all at bay to take home first prize. She covered the journey, 3.9 lengths above benchmark which rates number one in this field. Today, Blaike McDougall jumps aboard for the first time and from another good draw, he should have the filly on speed again. She should be rock-hard fit after three starts now and looks a super chance to bring up the hat-trick here.


Canberra galloper POLYXENA (Best Odds $4.20 with Bet365) is second-up today and showed enough last start to suggest she is ready to rock here. Fresh off a nine-week break, the Master Of Design mare beat all but one home in a BM65 over 1280m on the synthetic track at Canberra. The stats can be a little deceiving on that surface but she ran it out, 6.8 lengths slower than benchmark, still the best in this line up. She drops in grade today and after the claim, carries just 1.5kgs more than last start. This is her first look at the track but already a second-up winner, she will be fitter here and prove hard to beat.


Third-up today, Bathurst galloper SPEED CAMERA (Best Odds $10 with Ladbrokes) looks well placed at odds to give some of these a real fright. Last start, the Smart Missile mare boxed on stoutly to finish sixth, beaten just over two lengths in a Class 4 over 1400m on her home track when second-up off a 19-week spell. She did well to run the trip, 4 lengths above benchmark, her last 600m, 1.5 lengths quicker than standard, both of which are the best here. She faces similar company here and has Mathew Cahill backing up for his eighth ride on the mare, already boasting three wins and a runner-up finish from his previous rides. She sees the Wellington track for the first time today and maps to sit mid-field on settling. With a clear run home, and carrying less weight today, she can be right there at the finish and looks well worth an each-way ticket.




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