Weekend Racing Mail – (Saturday 3rd December)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Weekend Racing Mail for Saturday 3rd December where we have come with our mail for each of the main meetings around the country.

ROSEHILL (NSW)
TRACK – (GOOD 4)

RACE 1 No: 4 TREKKING – First starter. Impressed at the recent Rosehill trial where he hit the line strongly to put a space between them to win the trial in nice fashion. Only needs to show that trial form to be hard to beat.
(WINNER – $2.80)

RACE 6 No: 13 NIETA – Couldn’t have been more impressive winning four of last five starts. Has shown a good turn of foot to win her last two. Facing her toughest test to date, inform will be in this for along way.
(PLACED – 2ND)

RACE 7 No: 10 FALKENBERG – Consistent mare that will be suited by a genuine speed up front. She is drawn to get perfect run midfield, Melbourne Cup winning jockey onboard, he’ll give this mare every chance to get back in the winners circle. Hard to beat.
(UNPLACED)

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PAKENHAM (VIC)
TRACK – (GOOD 4)

RACE 1 No: 1 WISE HERO – Box-seated last start and was far too strong. Gets in well with the claim and he certainly looks the one to beat again. Will start short will get punters off to a flying start. Hard to beat.
(PLACED – 2ND)

RACE 6 No: 4 SARRASIN – Overseas horse having his first run in Australia for the Lee Freedman camp. Very impressive formlines in France and has looked good since arriving
here in a recent Cranbourne trial. Watch for any betting moves.
(SCRATCHED)

RACE 8 No: 5 LUCKY LIBERTY – Solid last start in a strong race when placed at Flemington over the carnival on the no go zone (inside). Draws to do no work in the run tracking the early speed, if the inside is playing fair he’s one of the main chances.
(UNPLACED)

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EAGLE FARM (QLD)
TRACK – (GOOD 4)

RACE 4 No: 6 SAGA MISS – In top form and ran on strongly late last start to just miss. Better suited this distance and will be hard to hold out.
(WINNER – $4.80)

RACE 8 No: 8 BECKONING LIGHT – Racing well this preparation and goes well at this track. Distance suits and should be running on.
(PLACED – 2ND)

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MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)
TRACK – (GOOD 4)

RACE 4 No: 3 COUNTER SPIN – Rarely too far away in his races. Appeared to be home for all money before just running out of condition when having first run in 8 weeks last start (BM90 race). Slightly easier here-absolutely respecting again.
(UNPLACED)

RACE 5 No: 10 MYSTICANO – Lightly raced, promising type that is sure to have benefited for having had more than solid 1st-up placing when kept hitting the line strongly after striking trouble on the turn. Still very much on the up and does give every impression a race of this nature is well within reach. Absolutely respecting.
(UNPLACED)

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ASCOT (WA)
TRACK – (GOOD 4)

RACE 4 No: 8 CAIPIRINHA – Didn’t quite stay the mile but bounced back to winning ways in stakes company last time out. Should just about get this distance. Rates highly.
(PLACED- 2ND)

RACE 8 No: 16 PERFECT REFLECTION – Winner of this race last year and was finishing off nicely in the Railway Stakes. With Pike retaining the ride and a perfect draw she can go back-to-back.
(PLACED – 3RD)

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ROSEHILL (NSW)
RACE 6 No: 13 NIETA – Couldn’t have been more impressive winning four of last five starts. Has shown a good turn of foot to win her last two. Facing her toughest test to date, inform will be in this for along way.

PAKENHAM (VIC)
RACE 6 No: 4 SARRASIN – Overseas horse having his first run in Australia for the Lee Freedman camp. Very impressive formlines in France and has looked good since arriving
here in a recent Cranbourne trial. Watch for any betting moves.

ASCOT (WA)
RACE 8 No: 16 PERFECT REFLECTION – Winner of this race last year and was finishing off nicely in the Railway Stakes. With Pike retaining the ride and a perfect draw she can go back-to-back.

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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