Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: International Racing: Wednesday 20 May 2020 – Sunshine Coast

International Racing: Wednesday 20 May 2020 – Sunshine Coast

International Racing: Wednesday 20 May 2020 – Sunshine Coast

Winning Form brings us all of their best bets and tips for Tuesday's racing coming your way from Sunshine Coast. 

Other International racing tips for Wednesday:
Happy Valley - Winning Form
La Teste De Buch
Pinjarra Park
Sunshine Coast
Anthony Delpech: Happy Valley
Neil Morrice Tips

Best Bet: BELLICOSE (Race 1)
Value Bet: KAAYDEH (Race 3)

Race
Time
Conditions
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
1
05:08
1800m – Maiden, H’cap
4
8
3
7
11
2
05:43
1800m – Maiden, H’cap
1
4
5
3
2
3
06:18
1400m – 3yr Maiden H’cap
5
8
2
1
3
4
06:53
2200m – BM 68 H’cap
5
2
1
8
6
5
07:28
1000m – Maiden, H’cap
1
5
9
2
8
6
08:03
1000m – 2yr H’cap
11
8
10
13
18
7
08:38
1400m – BM 62 H’cap
3
1
7
14
9
8
09:15
1000m – BM 62 H’cap
3
5
6
2
10
9
09:50
1000m – 3yr H’cap
12
3
6
5
2
10
10:30
1300m – Class 1 H’cap
2
8
15
14
7

Jackpot (race 7 – 10) - Cost: R100

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
3
3
12
2
1
5
3
8


6
15


5
14


2
7

Race 1
BELLICOSE has made good recent improvement and finished second over a mile last time out, just 0.2l behind the winner. He steps up in trip today, but he was staying on in that outing and should have no issue with the extra ground. VALIDAR finished third last time out over this c&d and from draw four, he could be the biggest danger to the former. APITHANOS has his peak run here and although he has a wide draw of thirteen, he should be running at the leaders in the closing stages. JERRY ZANDA was 3.3L behind in his latest outing over the nine furlongs and should be respected in this line-up.

Race 2
YOUNGBLOOD has consistent formlines to his name. He takes a step up in trip here, but based on his latest effort over a mile, he should be doing his best work at the business end of affairs. His wide draw of eleven should not be an issue. ADELASE is a three-year-old filly taking on the boys and is drawn one outside the former. She also has consistent form to her credit and should be making late progress in the closing stages. WILCARUISE continues the trend of wide draws, being stuck out at ten. He also goes the extra trip here, but should be staying on over the final furlongs. RAHEESH showed marked improvement last time out over seven furlongs after returning from a 40-week break. If not needing one more outing, he should be considered today.

Race 3
Two three-year-old fillies could fight out the finish to this race and complete the exacta. KAAYDEH showed the expected improvement second time out when finishing one length behind the winner over six furlongs despite shifting around in the latter stages. She looks to be the value in the race. PETRALIA finished fourth last time out over 1100M and could well be looking for this greater test of stamina. Her five draw will do her no harm. MONDENA makes his debut here but has had six barrier trials, winning the latest. Any betting support for him should be respected. SAMURA finished second last time out over the seven furlongs. He is drawn out at twelve, but he should be dropped out early and come with a rattle in the closing stages of the contest.

Race 4
TAKEITTOTHELIMIT is a four-year-old filly taking on males, but she has her hat-trick attempt today and the manner in which she dealt with the opposition when winning last time out over 2100M suggests that this is very much on the cards. CHAMPAGNE VEGA ran on strongly last time out over ten furlongs before narrowly being denied victory in the shadow of the post. The extra distance should be right up his street. WARSET drew off well to win his last start over nine furlongs and should be involved in the finish here. BRUMBY JACK was making good late progress when second in his latest outing over 2100M. The step up in trip should not present a problem.

Race 5
As with an earlier race, fillies could dominate the finish to this race and in this case, complete the trifecta. AMICHE has finished second in both her starts, a half-length behind the winner on both occasions, and will be looking to go one better here. She returns to five furlongs over which she had her first outing. ONE SHY RUBY is a two-year-old taking on older horses, but she was only touched off when making her debut over the c&d, and from draw six she could represent the biggest threat to the top selection. MAGIC DELTA is also a two-year-old. She finished fifth on debut over the c&d, four lengths behind the winner. She would have come on with the run under her belt and should not be overlooked here. I AM A BEAUTY has his first run, but has had the benefit of four barrier trials and has cracked pole position. Any betting support for him should be taken seriously.

Race 6
Two-year-old races are notoriously tricky as they can make big improvement from one race to another. ONE SHY RUBY is a filly taking on males, but she attracted plenty of betting support on debut when finishing just 0.3L behind the winner over this c&d. From her hand four draw, she will be hoping to make amends today. READY TO BOLT showed good improvement second time out over the c&d and jumping from pole position he looks the obvious threat to the former. BETTER LAD drops back in distance after two solid efforts over six furlongs. He is drawn out at 13, but should be chasing down the frontrunners in the latter stages of the race. JUBAI PRIDE is a filly making her debut here, but she has put in two encouraging barrier trials to prove her well-being. If not too green, she could make her presence felt here and if finding support in the betting she must be respected.

Race 7
MOMENTUM TO WIN goes the extra from the six furlongs of her last outing when returning from a 13-week rest, but he has solid form over further and should not be troubled by the increase in trip. He has cracked pole position and should be right up there at the finish. HELL ON TURF is seldom far off the action and was caught wide last time out over 1300M. With better luck in running today, he should be included in all bets. SHADYVALE STAR has showed gradual improvement in his last two outings and if he has continued along that same path, he should be respected in this field. REDSTONE only needs to repeat his penultimate effort over the c&d to make him a big runner today.

Race 8
TRU BLU TANGO has posted consistent form to his name and finished second last time out over the c&d. He jumps from gate five and he should be right up there in the mix. LOTSA SPIRIT is seldom far off the winner and was only run out of it late last time out over the c&d when returning from 51 weeks off the track. From pole position, he should trouble the top selection for first place. L’AMANTE is a four-year-old filly taking on boys. She drops in trip here and has her first outing after a 15-week rest, but her barrier trial was solid and she should be respected today. YEAHNAH is a five-year-old mare who was a comfortable two and a half-length winner of her last start over the c&d. She is not without hope of completing her double here.

Race 9
BETTER BE BETTER is a three-year-old filly taking on males, but she has pulled pole position and followed up her debut victory over this trip with a close up third over the same distance. She could be the one to side with here. MAGIC TRICK was making good late progress when finishing second, ahead behind the victor last time out over this trip. He has a handy four draw and should be involved in the finish today. CLEVER MISS is another three-year-old filly who finished second over the c&d last time out after winning her penultimate outing over the c&d. She renews her rivalry with DYNAMIC VERSE who finished strongly to win that event, but as the former meets the latter on 1.5kgs better weight terms today, she should be able to reverse that result.

Race 10
ATYAAF showed good improvement when dropping to this trip last time out and if he can reproduce that effort here, he could be the one that they all have to beat. KOKOPO KITTY is a three-year-old filly taking on the boys, but she has solid form over six furlongs, winning her last start going away by 2.5L. She starts from a handy four draw and could represent the biggest threat to the former. GUNNOBE is a four-year-old filly who has shown gradual improvement in her last two outings. She has a wideish draw of ten to deal with, but she should be right up there in the dash down to the wire. STAR BARISTA is also a four-year-old filly, drawn in pole position here. She won last time out over six furlongs and, on that performance, she should have little to no problem dealing with the step up in distance.

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