Saturday Racing Multibet October 31
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SATURDAY RACING MULTI - OCTOBER 31
FLEMINGTON RACE 1 – 11:40AM NETWORK 10 CARBINE CLUB STAKES (1600 METRES)
It is hard to go past AYSAR (WIN) in the opening event on Derby Day at Flemington. The son of Deep Field seems to be improving with every run and defeated all but Ole Kirk in the recent Caulfield Guineas (1600m). On that occasion, he settled just off the speed and loomed as the winner with 100m to go, only to go down late in the piece. That race is clearly the pick of the recent form for this and while Crosshaven did endure a tough run, he seems to have the measure of that horse. Those two went much faster on benchmark figures compared to the others in this race, most of whom come out of the with Gothic Stakes (1400m). Aysar’s effort rated eight lengths faster than the winner out of that, Endanger. Damian Lane sticks on board and the pair have also drawn much better this time around in barrier 2.
ROSEHILL RACE 7 – 4:10PM YES YES YES STAKES (1300 METRES)
One of the key races at Rosehill is the Yes Yes Yes Stakes and it is GYTRASH (WIN) that is a clear top pick. The South Australian visitor has tackled the absolute best in his runs this year and claimed the Concorde Stakes (1000m) when first up before heading into The Everest (1200m) with six weeks in between runs. In the rich sprint, he was no match for Classique Legend but didn’t enjoy much clear air in the straight before getting out at the 200m and running on to grab 3rd. At his third run last time he was unlucky in the William Reid Stakes (1200m) before blousing them at Morphettville over the 1100m. He rises to the 1300m for the first time but was strong late in the Everest, going 11 lengths faster than standard over the last 600m and the likelihood of a wet track should not diminish his chances. With even luck from the wide gate, he is the one to beat.
FLEMINGTON RACE 8 – 4:30PM KENNEDY CANTALA (1600 METRES)
The Kennedy Cantala is always a tricky race to assess and has had its fair share of upsets over the years but MR QUICKIE (PLACE) can overcome a bit of a hoodoo for favoured runners this year. The Phillip Stokes-trained galloper was regarded more of a stayer in his early days but seems to have found his niche over the 1600m trips and could not have been any more emphatic with his recent win in the Toorak Handicap (1600m). In that race, he lined up as a $21 chance and enjoyed the perfect trail before exploding to the front in the straight, defeating Buffalo River by two lengths. He went more than 15 lengths faster than standard benchmark and actually meets the runner-up horse 1kg better at the weights. The slight query is the wide barrier but there looks to be a stack of speed here with the likes of Buffalo River and Streets Of Avalon among a group that will go forward and string them out, so Jamie Kah is every chance of finding a spot in the early stages. The son of Shamus Award has had one start at Flemington 1600m for an unlucky 3rd in the Makybe Diva Stakes last year and will be hard to hold out at the business end.
FLEMINGTON RACE 9 – 5:10PM FURPHY SPRINT (1100 METRES)
The final event of the day at Flemington sees the mares in action over the 1100m and DIAMOND EFFORT (PLACE) should be hard to beat back against her own sex. The classy five-year-old has had three runs this time in and endured a bit of a torrid run in the Moir Stakes (1000m) before just missing out behind Dirty Work in the Schillaci Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield. In that race, she settled on the speed and loomed as the winner with 100m to go, only to be grabbed on the line by Dirty Work. She went more than 12 lengths faster than standard benchmark and at her last campaign she won at Caulfield when fourth up over the 1000m, while she was a dominant winner at the track and distance when second up last time ahead of Miss Norway. There is some school of thought that the Clinton McDonald-trained mare is a wet-tracker but she has won three of her past four on Good tracks, with the miss the recent one against Dirty Work. She has drawn the grandstand side and barring any bad luck, she will be hard to hold out at the business end.