Saturday Racing Mail – (11th November)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 11th November Emirates Stakes Day the final day of the Flemington carnival. Here is the mail for the four main meetings around the country.

FLEMINGTON (VIC)
TRACK: GOOD (3) – RAIL: +3m Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 6 KING – Well bred colt having his first start for the Peter & Paul Snowden team. Has been fitted up with two Sydney trials with a win at his latest. Has worked down the straight to have him ready for a strong first up run. (SP: $4.50)

RACE 2 No: 8 MEET AND GREET – Outclassed in the Bendigo Cup last start but better placed in this grade. Runner-up finish at Caulfield two runs back wher he hit the line late. Will appreciate the step back in distance as well. Winning chance. (SP: $5.50)

RACE 3 No: 1 FASTNET TEMPEST – European visitor that should have the Sale Cup instead of finishing second if he didn’t lay in badly. The blinkers go on and just needs to do everything right to be in the finish. Hard to beat. (SP: $2.60)

RACE 4 No: 2 LORD ASPEN – Tough Adelaide galloper that does know how to find the winning post. Has a great record at this track and did win this race last year. Latest win at Morphettville proved he’s on track to perform well here. Drawn to get soft run, only needs a touch of luck in the straight to give him his chance. Both Totes. (SP: $10.00)

RACE 5 No: 6 GALLIC CHIEFTAIN – Just missed in the Geelong Cup last start after placing in the Herbert Power two runs back. Rates a winning chance with the gear change, blinkers goes on for the first time. On the limit, Go close. (SP: $4.20)

RACE 6 No: 6 FALIAK – Model of consistency winning her last three starts in good fashion. Facing her stiffest test to date, inform mare and does have a turn of foot. Drawn perfectly to get the run of the race. Winning chance. (SP: $5.00)

RACE 7 No: 6 IMPENDING – Worked home solidly fresh when a close second in the Sydney Stakes last start to the inform mare In Her Time who was very unlucky in the G1 Manikato Stakes. Is the G1 winner of the Stradbroke in the Winter. All the better for the run at Randwick and will close late out wide. Win won’t shock. (SP: $8.50)

RACE 8 No: 10 GINGERNUTS – New Zealand Derby and Rosehill Guineas winner that has been terrific in all three runs back in New Zealand. The 2000m suits, and he should enjoy the big Flemington track. (SP: $6.00)

RACE 9 No: 14 ANADAZ – Backing up from Saturday’s G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes run where he worked to the line nicely out wide to be beaten less then 4 lengths. Drops back in grade and is drawn to receive a soft run in transit. On the limit, extra furlong will be more to his liking. Go close. (SP: $3.90)

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ROSEHILL GARDENS (NSW)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +3m Entire Circuit

RACE 3 No: 3 KARAVALI – Did a good job to win at Randwick over 2000m at her first go at the distance. Steps to 2400m for the first time in which she’ll lap it up, on the up will be very hard to beat. (SP: $2.60)

RACE 8 No: 9 ZONK – Lightly raced 4yo mare with a nice race record. Scratched cup day at Randwick to be saved for this race. Does get in well at the weights only carrying 51kg, (8.5kg) from her close placing when doing plenty of work up front. No speed in this race should lead comfortably and be hard to catch. (SP: $2.20)

RACE 9 No: 3 DREAM FORCE – Quality galloper resuming for John Thompson with a couple of key gear changes next to his name. Blinkers on, Winkers off FT and the big one, he’s been gelded. This could be the making of him. Flies fresh and he’s been a couple of solid trials in good time to tune up. (SP: $4.00)

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DOOMBEN (QLD)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +0.5m Entire Circuit

RACE 4 No: 7 DIA DE REYES – Strong finishing effort to win last start at Randwick on a soft track in a Highway race over the 1800m. Tends to settle back and find his feet in the run and be saved for that one last crack at them in the straight. Extra distance suits. Strong winning chance. (SP: $5.50)

RACE 6 No: 12 BRASSY BELLE – Two runs since switching to the new stable has been full of merit with a strong win (1625) and a close 2nd fresh (1300m) at her home track at Toowoomba. Ready to come to town now on her current stats. Both totes. (SP: $9.50)

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MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – Rail: +3m Entire Circuit, Sectional 604m

RACE 3 No: 1 IT AND ABIT – Comes through the Gawler Cup where he tried very hard to reel in the local Lady Silhouette, but that mare was too strong on the day. Tends to save his best for this track and distance. Ticks a few boxes and should be there when the whips are cracking. (SP: $2.90)

RACE 8 No: 8 WORKING FROM HOME – Has been ultra impressive since returning from a 26 week break with two runaway victory with a combine margin of 8 1/4 lengths across the border. Just needs to bring that wet weather form to a dry surface to be a serious threat here, will lead and may take some catching. Big chance to remain undefeated this preparation. (SP: $3.50)

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FLEMINGTON (VIC)
RACE 3 No: 1 FASTNET TEMPEST – European visitor that should have the Sale Cup instead of finishing second if he didn’t lay in badly. The blinkers go on and just needs to do everything right to be in the finish. Hard to beat. (SP: W$2.60 / P$1.55)

ROSEHILL (NSW)
RACE 3 No: 3 KARAVALI – Did a good job to win at Randwick over 2000m at her first go at the distance. Steps to 2400m for the first time in which she’ll lap it up, on the up will be very hard to beat. (SP: $2.60)

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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FLEMINGTON OAKS DAY MAIL – (Thursday 9th Nov.)

FLEMINGTON – CROWN OAKS DAY MAIL – THURSDAY 9TH NOVEMBER

Traditionally known as ‘ladies’ day’, the racing highlight of Crown Oaks Day is the Group 1 Crown Oaks, a classic for three-year-old fillies over 2500m, with $1 million in prize money and a stunning winner’s trophy.

Crown Oaks Day is known for being the pinnacle of feminine style during the Melbourne Cup Carnival. Traditionally acknowledged as ‘ladies’ day’, women come together in their most majestic and resplendent ensembles to celebrate and indulge in the finest fashion, food, wine and racing.

Crown Oaks Day’s significance on the fashion calendar is further reinforced with the crowning of the Myer Fashions on the Field Women’s Racewear national winner.

The racing highlight is the $1 million Group 1 Crown Oaks featuring the best three-year-old fillies in the land.

Crown Oaks Day is a wonderful social occasion for friends to gather on this most stylish of days, and soak up the atmosphere in a glamorous environment, surrounded by manicured gardens, fine dining and beautiful marquees.

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CROWN OAKS DAY MAIL
Weather: FINE, Track: GOOD 3, Rail: Out 3m Entire Circuit

Race 1 – 12:15PM DrinkWise Plate (1700m)
No: 16 SWORN EVIDENCE – Geelong winner three runs back and ran fifth last start at Caulfield beaten just over two-lengths doing her best work late. The trip suits and should prove tough to beat. (SP: $4.20 / $1.80)

Race 2 – 12:55PM Twitter Trophy (1800m)
No: 5 HOGMANAY – Placed three times this campaign in Sydney. Down in weight (3kg) and is a serious threat here with Chris Waller / Hugh Bowman partnership. Go close. (SP: $7.50 / $2.50)

Race 3 – 1:35PM Off The Track Subzero Challenge (1400m)
No: 11 BORD DE GAIN – Total forgive run at Geelong trapped wide throughout. Go on Flemington third resuming two runs back hitting the line late and can bounce back here without surprising. Both Totes. (SP: $13.00 / $3.80)

Race 4 – 2:15PM Melbourne Cup Carnival Country Final (1600m)
No: 3 EMOJI – Another runner to forgive at his recent start when travelled deep at Geelong. Important rider change withe the experience Kerrin McEvoy to ride is a huge plus. Inside draw will give him every chance to stake his claims in the straight. Big chance. (SP: $8.50 / $2.80)

Race 5 – 2:55PM TCL TV Stakes (1600m)
NO: 9 ECHO EFFECT – Big run at Caulfield when caught three deep from the 800m mark to go down narrowly. Drawn to receive soft run, nice weight drop from his recent run, will be in this race for a long way. Major player. (SP: $4.80 / $2.25)

Race 6 – 3:35PM Absolut Stakes (1000m)
No: 5 CRYSTAL DREAMER – Given three weeks since his last start when he appeared to be a touch disappointing on paper. Looking for a sharp improvement here as he has won at track / distance at his only try here. May be drawn the better side of the track being the third day of the carnival. Look for him hitting the line late. Go close. (SP: $7.50 / $2.25)

Race 7 – 4:15PM Seppelt Wines Stakes(1800m)
No: 7 SWEET VICTORY – Mark Newnham trained filly that overcame a wide run in transit for a soft win at Hawkesbury last start. Long way from a maiden at Hawkesbury to Flemington on Oaks Day but the win was super impressive. Hard to beat. (SP: $6.00 / $2.25)


Race 8 – 5.00PM Kennedy Oaks (2500m)
No: 1 ALOISIA – Don’t have to be Einstein in selecting the $1.60 favourite in the Oaks but her form has been super winning the Gr1 Thousand Guineas then backed that up winning G2 Vase at the Valley. Only way she gets beaten if she can’t run the trip out. Best Bet of the day. (SP: $1.60)

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Race 9 – 5:45PM Kennedy Plate (1100m)
No: 5 DEMERARA – Finished a close third at Moonee Valley last start over 1200m when a beaten favourite after winning first three career starts in good fashion in NSW. Back to 1100m gives him a real chance and has drawn where it could be the best part of the track come race time. Ready to make amends. (SP: $5.50 / $2.15)

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Race 8 – 5.00PM Kennedy Oaks (2500m)
No: 1 ALOISIA – Don’t have to be Einstein in selecting the $1.60 favourite in the Oaks but her form has been super winning the Gr1 Thousand Guineas then backed that up winning G2 Vase at the Valley. Only way she gets beaten if she can’t run the trip out. Best Bet of the day. (SP: $1.60)

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Race 7 – 4:15PM R7 Seppelt Wines Stakes(1800m)
No: 7 SWEET VICTORY – Mark Newnham trained filly that overcame a wide run in transit for a soft win at Hawkesbury last start. Long way from a maiden at Hawkesbury to Flemington on Oaks Day but the win was super impressive. Hard to beat. (SP: $6.00 / $2.25)

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING


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2017 MELBOURNE CUP MAIL – (7.11.17)

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FLEMINGTON – EMIRATES MELBOURNE CUP DAY MAIL – TUESDAY 7TH NOVEMBER

The Emirates Melbourne Cup is a truly spectacular event: each year on the first Tuesday of November at 3pm, the greatest thoroughbreds from around the world gather at Flemington and battle it out for a stake of the $6.2-million prize money and to cement their names in history.

Emirates Melbourne Cup Day sits at the pinnacle of the Australian racing calendar and is the focal point of the Melbourne Cup Carnival. There’s nothing like being there amongst the 100,000 plus crowd to experience the day that puts Australia firmly in the international sporting spotlight.

Trainers from around the world set their sights on the Emirates Melbourne Cup, a race widely considered to be the best staying handicap in the world. Over 3200 metres, the Emirates Melbourne Cup offers the richest prize in Australian sport and a 18ct solid gold trophy valued at $175,000. With such significant international standing, the anticipation of history in the making creates the electric atmosphere that is ‘the race that stops a nation’.

As the jewel in the Melbourne Cup Carnival crown, this iconic day is a heady mix of revelry, spectacular racing and fashion, and exquisite hospitality and entertainment, making it an unmissable sporting and cultural event.

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MELBOURNE CUP DAY MAIL
Weather: Overcast, Track: Good 3, Rail: True Entire Circuit

Race 1 – 11.00am Emirates 100th A380 Stakes (1000m)
No: 1 SETSUNA – Was run down on the line in the Gimcrack Stakes on debut at Randwick, before going one better at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate day travelling three deep throughout the run. Well treated under the race conditions and should be fighting out the finish again. Hard to beat. (SP: $6.00 / $2.25) (WINNER)

Race 2 – 11:40am TAB.com.au Trophy (1700m)
No: 10 STORMSABREWING – Even effort at Caulfield (Group 3) race where she chased steadily without threatening. Should be nearing peak now third run into this current preparation. Winning jockey back on a plus. Drawn to receive a soft run with the inside gate and with the expected fast tempo up front may suit this mare charging home late. Both totes. (SP: $15.00 / $4.40) (PLACED – 3RD)

Race 3 – 12:15pm Lavazza Short Black (1400m)
No: 6 NEW UNIVERSE – Narrowly beaten when heavily backed last start at Randwick when resuming. Will race just off the speed with the good draw, extra distance suits and he his a winner when second-up last time in. Scratched at Rosehill Saturday to be kept for this race. Major player. (SP: $4.60 / $1.90) (UNPLACED)

Race 4 – 12:50pm Ronald McDonald House Charities Plate (2800m)
No: 15 SHERLOCK HOLMES – Now that he has won it could be the making of him here in Australia, good tough effort when winning at the Valley carrying a big weight over 2500m. Extra distance suits as he has won twice overseas over(2615m/2816m). Rises in class here but does drop 6.5kg to offset, Corey Brown rides can win again in an open race. (SP: $8.50 / $2.90) (PLACED – 3RD)

Race 5 – 1:25pm Schweppes Flemington Fling (1000m)
No: 9 PARET – Given 6 weeks since Rosehill placing after his very impressive debut win Canterbury. Back in trip suits, Hugh Bowman stays on is a plus. Monitor any betting moves. Very promising Harbour Watch colt. Go close. (SP: $5.50 / $2.15) (UNPLACED)

Race 6 – 2:00pm Lexus Hybrid Plate (1400m)
No: 3 COUNTERPLAY – – Closed off quickly (Caulfield) when ridden quitely from the outside gate. Will sit closer in the run from the good draw and she does gets Moreira onboard. Big show. (SP: $6.00 / $2.25)

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Race 7 – 3.00pm Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m)

TOP SELECTION
No. 7 JOHANNES VERMEER – International galloper given two runs on Australian soil with two super efforts in Group 1 races (2nd Caulfield Stakes) and (3rd Caulfield Cup). Looked to be a touch unlucky in the Caulfield Cup when having a chequered passage in the home straight only making ground up late to run a creditable third. Inside draw a huge plus where the jockey can put him to sleep early and spend no petrol until the business end of the race. Does have a turn of foot what i like in my Melbourne Cup chances and can see the Williams team bring up their sixth cup win. Big threat. (SP: $11.00 / $3.50) (PLACED – 2ND)

DANGER
No. 22 REKINDLING – Comes into the race with arguably the best form of any of the International horses this year. He is lightly raced and has contested some very good European staying races in his short career to date. Looks well treated at the weights with 51.5kg and Corey Brown a plus. One of the better overseas visitors. (SP: $14.00 / $4.00) (WINNER)

BEST ROUGHIE
No. 20 WALL OF FIRE – Love the way that he found the line in the Herbert Power Stakes coming from well back in the field and the form coming out of that race has been strong. The trip isn’t a problem and he is the horse that is weighted to win the race. (SP: $14.00 / $4.00) (UNPLACED)

Race 8 – 4.05pm James Boag’s Premium Stakes (1800m)
No: 13 NOZOMI – Total forgive run in the Cranbourne Cup where he was held up on the point of the turn to get no chance to stake his claim. Go on two previous runs at Caulfield and Flemington when finding one better on each occasion. Back to distance that may suit and has won at the track. Can entertain at the odds on offer. Eachway
(SP: $15.00 / $4.60) (UNPLACED)

Race 9 – 4:45pm MSS Security Sprint (1200m)
No: 6 CALANDA – Total forgive run when fresh at Caulfield when he just got too far back on a day where it was important to be near the speed. First try down the straight and he does have two wins and placing from his five goes at this distance. Watch for him charging home late. (SP: $7.00 / $2.50)

Race 10 – 5:20pm The Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)
No: 5 WHITE MOSS – Last start she won the Nivison with ease, beating home some class performers like Dixie Blossoms; since placed in the Myer Classic. Third-up here and she’ll prove awfully hard to beat. (SP: $4.60 / $1.90)

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Race 10 – 5:20pm The Hong Kong Jockey Club Stakes (1400m)
No: 5 WHITE MOSS – Last start she won the Nivison with ease, beating home some class performers like Dixie Blossoms; since placed in the Myer Classic. Third-up here and she’ll prove awfully hard to beat. (SP: $4.60 / $1.90)

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Race 7 – 3pm Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m)
7 JOHANNES VERMEER – International galloper given two runs on Australian soil with two super efforts in Group 1 races (2nd Caulfield Stakes) and (3rd Caulfield Cup). Looked to be a touch unlucky in the Caulfield Cup when having a chequered passage in the home straight only making ground up late to run a creditable third. Inside draw a huge plus where the jockey can put him to sleep early and spend no petrol until the business end of the race. Does have a turn of foot what i like in my Melbourne Cup chances and can see the Williams team bring up their sixth cup win. Big threat. (SP: $10.00 / $3.50)


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Saturday Derby Day Racing Mail – (4th November)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 4th November Derby Day at Flemington the start of the four day carnival. Here is the mail for the four main meetings around the country.

ROSEHILL GARDENS(NSW)
TRACK: GOOD (3) – RAIL: True

RACE 1 No: 4 NEUTRALITY – First starter from the strong Peter & Paul Snowden team and does look ready to go following convincing trial win at Wyong. Watch for any strong betting moves. Big threat on debut. (SP: $2.90)

RACE 2 No: 8 REKINDLED FORCE – Unbeaten at his his first two career starts at (Muswellbrook maiden / Newcastle BM64), stable don’t come to town unless they have as serious threat. Looks to be the logical leader in the race, no weight with 1.5kg allowance may prove hard to run down. Winning chance. (SP: $5.00)

RACE 7 No: 2 IN TIMES OF WAR – Chris Waller trained mare that is a model of consistency with two wins, nine seconds from eleven career starts. Maps well where she’ll track the early leaders (Slow Burn / Gwenneth) throughout the run. Only needs to find a half length to be in the winners circle again. Go close. (SP: $4.60)

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FLEMINGTON (VIC)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: True Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 11 OCTABELLO – Mick Price trained galloper scored a terrific win here two starts back, total forgive run in the Listed Gothic Stakes where he couldn’t get any clear running room for the run home. Drawn to receive the run of the race with the inside gate, just needs a touch of luck in the straight to stake his claims. (SP: $7.50)

RACE 2 No: 8 TEODORA – Nice effort at Caulfield when trapped wide throughout the run to a creditable fourth behind the smart Pinot in Group 3 company. Go on two previous starts where she duly saluted going through the grades. Big plus is Dean Yendall back onboard as he was the jockey on where she won at Ararat and Bendigo. Chance in an open event. Eachway. (SP: $7.50)

RACE 4 No: 2 HARLEM – Won the Group 3 Naturalism Stakes three runs back and wasn’t far from the Caulfield Cup winner last start. The blinkers come off, drops back in grade and rates as one of the better chances for the last race to qualify for Tuesday Melbourne Cup. Hard to beat. (SP: $3.90)

RACE 5 No: 5 VIRIDINE – Unbeaten Poet’s Voice colt for the James Cummings / Godolphin team. Has taken all before him with a quality Group 2 Roman Consul Stakes two length win. Facing his toughest test to date but can’t knock winning form. Go close. (SP: $7.50)

RACE 7 No: 12 GREYCLIFFE – Lightly-raced and coming out of a Benchmark 64 but really liked the way he won at Seymour. Was strong through the line winning by four lengths and being by Tavistock, the extra distance won’t be a problem. Big chance. (SP: $9.50)

RACE 9 No: 15 MAN FROM UNCLE – Promising 4yo gelding set for his best campaign yet. Has looked terrific at the trials and with just 53kg on his back will prove hard to beat, he will be attacking the line late too keep his fresh record intact. Go close. (SP: $8.50)

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DOOMBEN (QLD)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +7m Entire Circuit

RACE 3 No: 5 CAPETOWN HUSSY – Looking for a hatrick after winning two in a row at Doomben and Gold Coast. Multiple wins at the track. Rates as one of the key chances. (SP: $2.70)

RACE 5 No: 1 PERFECT DARE – Very good horse resuming for Matty Dunn stable. Trialled brilliantly on his home track Murwillumbah to have him ready for strong first up showing. Looks to be plenty of speed where he’ll track it throughout to be saved for the last crack at them in the home straight. Monitor any betting moves. (SP: $5.00)

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MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – Rail: +3m entire circuit

RACE 3 No: 3 LADY OF CREBILLY – Smart filly from the Phillip Stokes team that proved far too strong here on the Parks track. Peaking now third up, track specialist hard to beat. (SP: $2.20)

RACE 7 No: 11 EMBECEE LIL – Progressive mare that was super impressive winning here two weeks back when ridden a treat. Can’t see no reason why she can’t be fighting out the finish again. Will be ridden of the speed and will be flying late. Major threat. (SP: $3.40)

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ROSEHILL (NSW)
RACE 1 No: 4 NEUTRALITY – First starter from the strong Peter & Paul Snowden team and does look ready to go following convincing trial win at Wyong. Watch for any strong betting moves. Big threat on debut. (SP: $2.90)

FLEMINGTON (VIC)
RACE 4 No: 2 HARLEM – Won the Group 3 Naturalism Stakes three runs back and wasn’t far from the Caulfield Cup winner last start. The blinkers come off, drops back in grade and rates as one of the better chances for the last race to qualify for Tuesday Melbourne Cup. Hard to beat. (SP: $3.90)

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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Saturday Racing Mail – (16th September)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 16th September where we have come with our mail for each of the main meetings around the country.

ROYAL RANDWICK (NSW)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +9m 1600m-W/Post; +7m Remainder

RACE 5 No: 2 CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES – Won her first two career starts in fine fashion, excellent efforts finishing in the placings in the Silver Shadow and the Furious Stakes when ridden cold to find the late to go down narrowly. Looking to get to this distance now, ready to peak. Go close. (SP: $3.60)

RACE 7 No: 2 REDZEL – Impressive winner leading all the way in the Concorde when resuming fresh. Has an excellent record this trip, fitter and will take plenty of running down again. Winning chance. (SP: $2.40)

RACE 8 No: 11 LIFE LESS ORDINARY – Terrific return here two runs back to be beaten by stablemate Comin’ Through by the barest of margins. Then wasn’t disgraced against the worlds best horse in Winx in the Chelmsford last start where possibly the sprinting edge was taken off in his first up run. The distance of 2000m third-up looks ideal and right in the mix. (SP: $4.20)

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FLEMINGTON (VIC)
TRACK: GOOD (3) – RAIL: True Entire Circuit

RACE 3 No: 12 MR SNEAKY – Impressive first-up winner at Caulfield, gets a huge weight drop (6kg) to offset the rise in grade. From the good gate should get the run of the race, on the limit and has won track and distance when last in work. Hard to beat. (SP: $3.30)

RACE 4 No: 3 REDKIRK WARRIOR – Newmarket winner first-up here last preparation in super fashion. Has trialled brilliantly for huge showing fresh. Looking to get a place in the Everest so he should be ready to go for the stable. The one to beat. (SP: $3.40)

RACE 7 No: 1 HARTNELL – Outstanding fresh win in the P.B Lawrence Stakes. Looks well placed here where he’ll be sit on speed and be ready to pounce in the straight. Looks the class runner of the race and should prove tough to beat yet again. (SP: $1.80)

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DOOMBEN (QLD)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +0.5m Entire course

RACE 5 No: 2 SNITZ – Beat a good field last start third up. Promising galloper from the Matty Dunn stables and should be hard to hold out from the perfect draw. Go close. (SP: $2.10)

RACE 7 No: 6 LIFESAVER – Just missed when short price favourite in TAB Highway last start at Rosehill. Stepping up in distance looks more to his liking now being third run in this current syndication, previous form strong and should be prominent throughout. Ready to win. (SP: $4.40)

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MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)
TRACK: SOFT (7) – Rail: +2m Entire Circuit. Sectional 602m

RACE 5 No: 9 STEEL FROST – Impressive debut winner here in SA when three wide midfield in the run, once he balanced up hit the line full of running to get there in the shadows of the post. Second up stats reads well with a win and a second. Appears to be good speed in the race so watch for him charging home late again. Winning chance. (SP: $3.00)

RACE 4 No: 3 RUPTURE – Took on listed company when last in work (Adelaide Guineas). Stable do place there horses to advantage, been given a very soft trial in preparation for this race. Watch for any strong betting moves. Go close. (SP: $3.70)

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ROYAL RANDWICK (NSW)
RACE 5 No: 2 CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES – Won her first two career starts in fine fashion, excellent efforts finishing in the placings in the Silver Shadow and the Furious Stakes when ridden cold to find the late to go down narrowly. Looking to get to this distance now, ready to peak. Go close. (SP: $3.60)

FLEMINGTON (VIC)
RACE 7 No: 1 HARTNELL – Outstanding fresh win in the P.B Lawrence Stakes. Looks well placed here where he’ll be sit on speed and be ready to pounce in the straight. Looks the class runner of the race and should prove tough to beat yet again. (SP: $1.80)

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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Saturday Racing Mail – (July 22nd)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 22nd July where we have come with our mail for each of the main meetings around the country.

RANDWICK (NSW)
TRACK: SOFT (5) – RAIL: +10m Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 4 COLOSIMO – Arrives here fresh for her new stable and has had two strong trials in preparation for her return. She’s loaded with potential and maps beautifully here with Bowman onboard. Big show fresh.

RACE 2 No: 4 SUNCRAZE – Model of consistency with a win and six straight seconds. Chased hard along the fence to just miss at Warwick Farm last start. Has always looked like this distance range (1400m) will suit. Blinkers goes on for the first time. Ready to win.

RACE 4 No: 5 SUPER TOO – Hard to miss her latest trial when she scorched the turf winning by a widening 12-lengths. She is group placed, unbeaten over the trip and has an unblemished fresh record. Hard to beat.

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FLEMINGTON (VIC)
TRACK: GOOD (3) – RAIL: +3m Entire Circuit

RACE 2 No: 5 SEA THE SPARKLE – Promising mare that will only improve off her fresh win off a long spell. This is a touch stronger, saying that she will be fitter and with the claim should be fighting out the finish again. Winning chance.

RACE 4 No: 8 PORTMAN – Hit the line nicely first-up and out to 1400m second-up looks ideal. Last time in second-up won well and has form around Snitzon which is good for this. Craig Williams to ride is just another tick. Major player.

RACE 7 No: 8 KILIMANJARO – Super run at his first start on Australian soil where he settled well back in the field only to be charging home late over the mile. Stable has given him plenty time to get over that run and will suit the extra furlong. Nice weight drop for this race, will be hitting the line late. Big watch.

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DOOMBEN (QLD)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: True Entire course

RACE 7 No: 2 SHEISWHATSHEIS – Dominant winner last start by a commanding six lengths over this course and distance. Hard to ignore that form and with a repeat she’ll be awfully hard to beat. Should go forward and get every chance to go back to back. Go close.

RACE 8 No: 4 MONSTER OF ENERGY – Suited back to this grade. Had support last start and didn’t travel well in the run. Can show up here with leading Brisbane rider Jeff Lloyd in the saddle and from the good gate will get every chance to shine.

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MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)
TRACK: SOFT (6) – Rail: +9m 1000m to WP; 6m Remainder. Sectional 612m

RACE 8 No: 8 VEGA DE LAGO – He has been racing okay across the border without getting the cash, likely to be suited by the strong tempo up front. Look for him late as there appears to be a ton of speed upfront.

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RANDWICK (NSW)

RACE 4 No: 5 SUPER TOO – Hard to miss her latest trial when she scorched the turf winning by a widening 12-lengths. She is group placed, unbeaten over the trip and has an unblemished fresh record. Hard to beat.

FLEMINGTON (VIC)

RACE 4 No: 8 PORTMAN – Hit the line nicely first-up and out to 1400m second-up looks ideal. Last time in second-up won well and has form around Snitzon which is good for this. Craig Williams to ride is just another tick. Major player.

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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Saturday Racing Mail – (24th June)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 24th June where we have come with our mail for each of the main meetings around the country.

RANDWICK (NSW)
TRACK: HEAVY (8) – RAIL: +7m Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 4 LAST STARFIGHTER – Strong showing expected as his two runs have been full of merit. On debut led and run down late late by Darley trained first starter Beau Geste. Latest start slowly away and along way back to hit the line strongly to go down narrowly on the line. Blinkers goes on is a plus. Big show.

RACE 3 No: 1 HEAVENLY ANNA – Last start she hit the line well when winning and running away from them and she’ll get very similar conditions and opposition here. No reason why she can’t do the job in the same manner. Hard to beat.

RACE 6 No: 7 LIAPARI – On the quick back up after winning at Rosehill last Saturday with the last bound. Races well here and is unbeaten on heavy tracks. Does get in well in on the weights with the (1.5kg) allowance for the apprentice. Go close.

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FLEMINGTON (VIC)
TRACK: (GOOD 4) – RAIL: +9m Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 2 ROYAL SYMPHONY – Was impressive on debut wining easily on the synthetic and running good time. Race looks like it might prove to be a good form race. The rise to 1400m looks ideal. Hard to beat.

RACE 8 No: 9 CANNYESCENT – Super honest gelding since joining the Lindsay Park team. He’ll love the big drop in weight stepping up to this grade. Only just needs to find a touch of luck early to stake yet another claim for victory. Winning chance.

RACE 9 No: 3 SAMOVARE – Very good effort in her first Melbourne start to finish close-up effort here with a massive weight. Looks to get the run of the race here and with the added fitness on her side and the step out to the mile will prove a serious threat. Winning chance. 

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DOOMBEN (QLD)
TRACK: (SOFT 5) – RAIL: +3.5 metres Entire course

RACE 2 No: 12 PRETTY FAST – Has been close at her first two starts of her career. Blinkers go on to make her focus throughout the race and with the good gate should be hard to hold out. Hard to beat.

RACE 6 No: 4 ELLE LOU – Ran on solidly last start to finish just on the placegetters over the mile. Any give in the track will suit as he did run third on the heavy track in the Gr.3 Lord Mayor’s Cup two starts back. On the limit here, inform rider K.McEvoy goes on, win’t won’t shock. Both Totes.

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MORPHETTVILLE (SA)
TRACK: (GOOD 4) – Rail: +3m 1200 to WP, 2m Remainder. Sectional 604m

RACE 4 No: 3 SCRATCHY LASS – Has good tactical speed and should settle a lot closer in the run than last time when she ran on well. Has been around the mark of late, first try at this distance could suit. Win won’t shock.

RACE 5 No: 7 CORE BREACH – Super strike rate. Will be out in front dictating the pace of the race and has a good record as this pattern. Back to Morphettville after a strong performance at Moonee Valley where he led was run down late. Chance in an open race.

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RANDWICK (NSW)
RACE 3 No: 1 HEAVENLY ANNA – Last start she hit the line well when winning and running away from them and she’ll get very similar conditions and opposition here. No reason why she can’t do the job in the same manner. Hard to beat.

FLEMINGTON (VIC)
RACE 9 No: 3 SAMOVARE – Very good effort in her first Melbourne run to finish close-up with a massive weight. Looks to map well here and with extra fitness on her side will be hard to beat.

DOOMBEN (QLD)
RACE 2 No: 12 PRETTY FAST – Has been close at her first two starts of her career. Blinkers go on to make her focus throughout the race and with the good gate should be hard to hold out. Hard to beat.

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

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