Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: International Racing: Thursday 14 May 2020 – Wyong

International Racing: Thursday 14 May 2020 – Wyong


Some competitive low-division handicap racing is the order of the day at Wyong this Thursday 14th May 2020. Both the best bet (BALLISTIC LOVER) and the value bet (TYPHOON BONNY) could present a nice double opportunity for punters to follow but see more about their respective chances and more here. 

Other international racing tips for Thursday:
Longchamp
Belmont
Cairns
Hamilton
Wyong
Neil Morrice Tips

Best Bet: BALLISTIC LOVER (Race 2)
Value Bet: TYPHOON BONNY (Race 7)


R
T
Conditions
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
1
04:50
1350m – 3YO Maiden Handicap
1
10
7
6
2
2
05:25
1100m – Maiden Handicap
6
4
7
2
3
3
06:05
1100m – 2YO Maiden Plate
4
1
8
10
2
4
06:40
2100m – 3YO & Up Maiden Plate
3
1
8
4
10
5
07:20
1600m – Class 1 Handicap
7
1
2
4
3
6
07:55
1200m – Class 1 Handicap
1
6
3
7
2
7
08:35
1200m – Class 1 Handicap
8
4
5
2
3

Jackpot: Races 4-7 / Starts: 06:40
Leg 1
Leg 2
Leg 3
Leg 4
3
7
1
8
1
1
6
4
8
2
3

4
4
7


3



Race 1 – 04:50 – 1350m – 3YO Maiden Handicap
Selections: 1 – 10 – 7 – 6 – 2
DAKSHA went very close to winning in his latest attempt which was his first run at this course. The soft going may have been his undoing on that occasion and the 3-year old son of Deep Field will be looking to leave the maidens this time. He certainly has the credentials to get it right this time, having landed in the second box in two of his three starts to date. Christian Reith retains the ride and he should be worth following in the first race on the card. SHUWAAMEKH is a close second pick having enjoyed the slight rise in trip last time. With just three starts to her name, it won’t be long before this daughter of Snitzel leaves the maidens. She has the weight advantage over the top selection and should make a race of it.

Race 2 – 05:25 – 1100m – Maiden Handicap
Selections: 6 – 4 – 7 – 2 – 3
The best bet on the card comes in the form of BALLISTIC LOVER. The daughter of Smart Missile has her third start here and she looks set to take top honours this time, after a very impressive first up attempt recently. She finds conditions to suit, with the extra 100m appearing to be exactly what she is looking for. GREAT NEWS should be her biggest concern, with this daughter of Uncle Mo matching the top selection with runs under the belt. She gave a useful account of herself in a recent trial, but with doubts lingering about her fitness, she may just have to settle for minor money.

Race 3 – 06:05 – 1100m – 2YO Maiden Plate
Selections: 4 – 1 – 8 – 10 – 2
FALCON has his debut on the back of three impressive barrier trials. The son of Not A Single Doubt loomed up nicely in that latest effort and if building on the work he has shown so far, he rates a big threat here. ANDERS returns to racing after a very good comeback run last time out, when going handy and challenging strongly in the closing stages. The slight step up in trip shouldn’t trouble him and he should be one of the leading contenders in this open Juvenile contest.

Race 4 – 06:40 – 2100m – 3YO & Up Maiden Plate
Selections: 3 – 1 – 8 – 4 – 10
GUNALUVA finished second last time out, when improving over the extra ground second up. The 3-year old son of Reliable Man settled far back before mounting a strong finish in that run and he will relish this further step up in distance for his peak run back. Keagan Latham takes the mount this time from another perfect draw and he will be right there at the business end. CROWN AFFAIR has been involved in the finish in his last two starts over slightly shorter and the son of Snitzel finds an ideal field in his bid for that first career win. He likes to race handy and from barrier 8, he will be looking to dictate proceedings out in front where he could be tough to pass in the final phase.

Race 5 – 07:20 – 1600m – Class 1 Handicap
Selections: 7 – 1 – 2 – 4 – 3
BENFICA MAID is back in Class 1 company after another solid effort last time, when continuing that solid run of form since her maiden win five starts back. Despite not winning over this trip in three attempts, she is yet to miss the places and in this sort of company she should be one of the major contenders to find the winners enclosure. SIGNIFICANCE wasn’t disgraced in that post maiden effort last time out, when he just battled to find extra in the closing stages. The 3-year old son of Frankel returns to the same course and distance where he smashed the opposition to win his maiden and if building on that run, he should go close to winning.

Race 6 – 07:55 – 1200m – Class 1 Handicap
Selections: 1 – 6 – 3 – 7 – 2
FIERY RED returns to racing for his first outing this year and if bringing his recent trial form to the plate, he should be a big runner. The son of Snitzel has won first up before and he certainly won’t be too in need of this outing. With the expected scope for improvement, he looks the one to beat in fairly open contest. HEAD SPINS caught the eye last time when storming home from way back in the field to finish second. He has his peak run after a rest here and he too will have plenty of scope for improvement. Ashley Morgan retains the ride and they should be very competitive.

Race 7 – 08:35 – 1200m – Class 1 Handicap
Selections: 8 – 4 – 5 – 2 – 3
TYPHOON BONNY carried that hefty weight well last time out, in the Jardel Cup over 1200m. She returns to Wyong for her second start here, having finished second in her only other attempt. She drops in class now and if continuing her recent form, she has the credentials to get the better of this field. SALSA MAN has finished third in his last four starts and he has a decent opportunity to go right into contention for a win here. The 4-year old son of I Am Invincible has a solid record over this course and distance and from a plum draw with Jeff Penza up, he must be considered. 

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