Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: International Racing: Friday 29 May 2020 – Geelong

International Racing: Friday 29 May 2020 – Geelong

International Racing: Thursday 28 May 2020 – Belmont Park

Winning Form bring you all of their best bets and tips for Friday's racing coming your way from Geelong. 

Friday's tips courtesy of Winning Form and Neil Morrice:


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Best Bet: PADDY MAC (Race 6)

Value Bet: REDISSENT (Race 3)

R
T
Conditions
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
2
05:00
1755m – 3yr Maiden, Set Weights
5
7
9
1
8
3
05:30
1540m – Maiden, Set Weights
3
11
1
5
7
4
06:00
2460m – 3yr+ Maiden, Set Weights
10
2
8
9
6
5
06:30
2460m – 3yr+ BM 64, H’cap
10
13
7
6
3
6
07:00
1755m – BM 64, H’cap
1
6
2
9
11
7
07:30
1755m – BM 64, H’cap
3
7
6
5
2
8
08:00
1140m – BM 70, H’cap
13
12
11
3
7
9
08:30
1440m – BM 64, H’cap
6
9
2
10
5

Jackpot (race 6 – 9).

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
1
3
13
6

7
12
9

6
11
2

5
3
10

2
7
5


Cost: R125.00.


Race 2.
KWAHADI is seldom far off the winner and takes a drop in trip here. He has the widest draw of them all, but should put in another honest effort today. NAVARRE showed marked improvement last time out over a mile and if taking to the extra distance here, he should be involved in the finish. SO IRIZISTIBLE has only had the one run where he finished some way behind the winner over seven furlongs. He would however have come on with the run and from gate two he may be able to improve enough to trouble the top two selections. BOLSHOI BOY stayed on when making his debut over a mile. He too would have learnt from the outing and despite being drawn wide out at eleven, he should be doing his best work late.

Race 3.
REDISSENT has shown gradual improvement in his last two runs, finishing third, 1.3L behind the winner last time out over 1500M. He was making good late progress that day and from draw six, he should be right up the when they hit the line. PROLIX is a 4yr old filly taking on the boys and returns from a 11-week rest. She has not had the benefit of a barrier trial, but if not too much in need of the run, she should give the males a good run for their money. ALBENCA STREET has his first run after an even longer 20-week break. He drops down from the ten furlongs of his last outing and could enjoy the shorter journey. WRISTBAND returns from a 15 week rest without a barrier trial. He takes a significant drop in distance, but he was reported to be lame last time out and could spring a surprise here. 

Race 4.
ZOFFMIRA steps up in trip after finishing second last time out over nine furlongs. He has a wide draw of ten to negotiate, but he should appreciate the extra ground on offer today. MUSTANG HARRY has consistent staying form to his credit and should be a force to recon with in this line-up. WELLSFORD finished third when making his debut over 2100M. He understandably raced green that day, but would have learnt from the experience and with the natural improvement that can be expected, he should be respected here. ZEE REBEL has increased in journey in his last two starts and does so here again. He could well be looking for the greater test of stamina and pose a threat in this field.

Race 5.
CERNAN has consistent formlines to his credit and did finish second last time out over twelve furlongs to support that fact. He jumps from gate five and looks to be the one to side with here. SIGN SEAL DELIVER is also consistent and only got beaten in the shadow of the post last time out over this c&d. He could be the immediate danger to the top selection. GREY KHAN won his last outing over the c&d and will be hoping to complete the double today. His wide draw of thirteen is a bit of a concern however. TIGRE ROYALE was not preserved with last time out and that run is best ignored. He did win by 3.3L over twelve furlongs three runs back and should be considered for all bets.

Race 6.
PADDY MAC has his hat-trick attempt here and although taking a hike in distance and facing a wide draw of nine, he may prove to be hard to topple today. OPEN THE HATCH is also on a hat-trick after posting two wins over a mile. She is a 5yr old mare taking on boys, but she has pulled pole position and will get 2kgs taken off her back courtesy of her claiming apprentice. POSSESSION on the other hand will have to deal with the widest draw of them all. He missed out on his trio of wins last time out over a mile and will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways here. KANSINO is a 3yr old filly who won over a mile last time out. She is not without a chance in this contest.

Race 7.
OFFICE JIM takes the step up in distance after two runs over seven furlongs, but he could be even better over this trip. He has gate eight to overcome, but he should be right up there in the firing line. ACCORDINGLY is a 4yr old filly taking on males, but she has drawn pole position and found extra when winning her last outing over a mile, suggesting that the extra ground will be to her liking. EDINBURGH is a 3yr old filly who fought on well last time out over a mile, when 1.2L behind the victor. She starts from draw four and should not be overlook here. THE VIEW battled on bravely to win his last outing over seven furlongs and on that effort, he should be involved in the finish today.

Race 8.
AEROVICTORY had his consistency rewarded with a victory last time out over six furlongs. He drops in trip here, but this should not be an issue and from his gate five, he should be a big runner. MASTER MONTARO won over five furlongs on debut. He would no doubt have come on with the run under his belt and he could be almost anything. The step up in distance should not be an issue. NAVAL ENVOY followed up his penultimate win over the c&d with a solid effort over next time out over five furlongs and should be considered here. COMMON PURPOSE was a length behind when finishing second last time out over five furlongs. He is draw wide at eleven, but he should be chasing down the frontrunners in the latter stages of the race.

Race 9.
JESSICA RAE is a 3yr old filly taking on males. She missed out on her hat-trick last time out when dropping down to 1300M and seems better suited to this distance. She has drawn pole position and will be further aided by having 4kgs taken off her back for the services of her claiming apprentice. THE DRILLER won her last start by a half-length despite suffering interference during running. From her three draw, she looks a danger to the former. MAY PEACE PREVAIL has only had the two runs to date, winning over five furlongs at the second time of asking. Both of those wins came on the synthetic track, but if taking to this surface, he should be considered a threat here. CUPID’S BOW is a 3yr old filly who missed out on her trio of wins last time out over 1300M. She will be looking to bounce back to winning ways today. 

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