Saturday Racing Multibet May 30
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💰SATURDAY RACING MULTIBET💰 – MAY 30
Caulfield Race 5 – 2:05PM NEDS SAME RACE MULTI HCP (1200 METRES)
The consistent GODODDIN (PLACE) steps out in Race 5 of the day and should be very hard to beat back on a drier track. The Godolphin mare was a winner at the track and distance when resuming four starts ago and has gone for home at the 400m at her past two, only to be run down in the shadows by More Than Exceed at Sandown on the Heavy and then Jamaican Hurry at Flemington a fortnight ago. The form from those look good. Jamaican Hurry & Gododdin ran nearly seven lengths quicker than benchmark last time and Goddodin meets the winner 4kg better at the weights. On the dry track earlier on she ran more than 10 lengths quicker than benchmark, while she has produced even faster figures at similar stages of previous preparations. Brad Rawiler retains the ride and had success with her at the start of her prep. The pair should be hard to beat.
Caulfield Race 7 – 3:25PM NEDS MONEY BACK ODDS HCP (1600 METRES)
I’m pretty keen on SIKORSKY (WIN) in Race 7 of the day at Caulfield after the Hayes/Dabernig galloper put it all together when scoring at Flemington last time. The lightly raced four-year-old was part of the beaten brigade behind Extra Brut in the 2018 VRC Derby and had more than 16 months off the scene before resuming at Bendigo in March. He was excellent when runner-up in a strong ratings race behind Jumbo Ozaki at Caulfield following that before kicking clear for an easy win over the 1600m at headquarters on May 16. He is two from two at the distance and meets a number of older types that haven’t been doing much in recent times. Damien Oliver will look to position him in the running line from a similar barrier as to last time and barring any bad luck in the run, he looks to be the one.
Caulfield Race 8 – 4:05PM VALE KEVIN O’BRIEN HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
Race 8 at Caulfield is a BenchMark 78 and JUMBO OZAKI (PLACE) just about looks to be a lock for a top three finish. The Danny O’Brien-trained galloper has won or placed in all of his 10 career starts and at his most recent start he was a winner ahead of Sikorsky at the track and distance six weeks ago. On that occasion, he settled just better than midfield and was strong in the dying stages. The form out of that race has been excellent with Sikorsky and Shot Of Irish among those that have come out since and won. The six-week break is a slight concern but he was a winner at Flemginton earlier on this year after a similar hiatus and with Craig Williams to steer from barrier 2 it is hard to see how he won’t feature at the business end.
Doomben Race 9 – 4:15PM TAB HELEN COUGHLAN STAKES (1350 METRES)
The Helen Coughlan Stakes is one of the highlights at Doomben and the Tony Gollan mare, SHALWA (PLACE), can be one of the surprise packets at the each-way odds. The consistent five-year-old rises grade but has been racing in fine fashion this preparation and might get away with a nice time of it on the speed. She was a big winner at Eagle Farm three starts ago, clearing out to a five length win before holding that form and leading all the way at Doomben over the 1350m in a Class 6. At her most recent run she went very hard in the early stages running nearly 12 lengths quicker than benchmark up until the 600m, before just being run down late over the 1600m by Sir Barnabus. They ran 15 lengths quicker overall in that race and that is better than the figures that any other rival in this race has produced. She has had four weeks since that and has raced well with her runs spaced apart in the past. From barrier 4, she is well worth a bet at the $17