Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: International Racing: Wednesday 10 June 2020 – Canterbury

International Racing: Wednesday 10 June 2020 – Canterbury

Wednesday 10 June 2020 – Canterbury

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

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Best Bet: MILUNKA (Race 4)
Value Bet: ROYAL MARINE (Race 2)

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R
 T
Conditions
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
1
05:25
1100m –2yr Maiden H’cap
6
1
4
9
     5
2
06:00
1250m – 3yr Maiden, Set Weights
4
9
1
2
5
3
06:35
1900m – 4yr+ BM70, H’cap
2
1
4
5
7
4
07:10
1550m – 4yr+ BM70, H’cap
7
5
3
1
2
5
07:45
1100m – 3yr+ BM70 (F&M), H’cap
3
7
6
8
10
6
08:20
1200m – 3yr+ BM70, H’cap
5
8
    4
12
2

Jackpot (race 3 – 6)

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
2
7
3
5
1
5
7
8


6
4


8
12


10
2


Cost: R100.00

Race 1
Only three of the entrants in today’s opening event have had runs and amongst the debutants is Winx’s sister, COVENT GARDEN who is also trained by Chris Waller and will be ridden by Hugh Bowman. She takes on the boys, but will jump from a handy gate two and has had three barrier trials, winning the latest. Any betting support for her, or indeed any of the other unraced runners, should be respected. CAMERLENGO also makes his debut here and has cracked pole position. He has had the benefit of four barrier trials, winning three of them. If not too green, he looks to be a big runner here. ROCKETING BY may prove to be the best of the raced runners. He finished second on debut over five furlongs, two lengths off the winner. He would have come on with the run and should be involved in the finish here. BLOSSOM STAR is a filly who has had two runs so far. She stays with the 1100M trip and could have made enough improvement from her second outing to trouble the top three selections.

Race 2
ROYAL MARINE was a little disappointing last time out and was immediately rested for 26 weeks, during which time he was gelded. He returns today returns having had the benefit of two barrier trials, winning the latest. IRISH ANGEL is a 3yr old filly taking on males and is the stable companion of the former. If she is able to repeat her penultimate effort when beaten a head over this c&d, she would be a strong back-up for the yard. BRUTALITY is seldom too far off the action and stayed on well last time out when returning from a 19 week rest. If not in need of another run, he should be right up there when they hit the line. CALIFORNIA AUGUST drops in distance after two outings over seven furlongs. He returns from a 18 week break, but he won his only barrier trial and should not be overlooked in this line-up.

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Race 3
MONSIEUR SISU finished 4.2L back last time out over the c&d, but he raced wide into the straight that day and should have finished closer as a result. Given better luck in running here, he should be a leading contender in this field. OUR GRAVANO finished well when fourth, just 1.5L behind the winner over 1895M last time out. He could be the biggest threat to the top choice. MONASTERIO takes a step up in trip after two runs over 1500M. He did however stay on well in those outings and may well be looking for this greater test of stamina. LADY HIGHLY is a 4yr old filly taking on boys. She also takes on more ground today, but has pulled pole position and did win over 2100M three runs back, so the extra distance should not be an issue.

Race 4
MILUNKA is a 4yr old filly taking on males, but she won her last start over 1550M when returning from a lengthy 47 week break. She likes to race up with the pace in her runs, so the eight draw should not present a problem. BENTLEY MAGIC has consistent formlines to his credit and from gate three, he is sure to turn in another honest performance today. MUBARIZ is the stable mate of the top pick. He won his last outing over a mile and although drawn eight out of nine, he should be right up there in the mix. CHALMERS is drawn one inside the latter and was just 1.3L behind the victor last time out over 1500M. He should be considered for minor money.

Race 5
A tricky F&M Handicap faces punters here, made more difficult by the fact that the top four selections are all returning from varying breaks from the race track. ZANIAH has her first run since a 22 week rest, but has had two encouraging barrier trials. She did win over this trip three runs back and could be the one to side with here. LAKIA returns from a lengthy 37 week break. She too has had two barrier trial to prove her well-being, winning the latest on a synthetic track. She is however equally at home on the turf and should be a factor today. MEDITATE is another who returns from a rest, this time for some 25 weeks. She has had just the one barrier trial, but she finished second in that and is one for the shortlist. D'ORO RAIN resumes from a 29 week break and is another who has had the two barrier trials to demonstrate her fitness. She has a wideish draw of seven, but nevertheless should be included in all bets.

Race 6
BOMBASAY has consistent form and was only beaten in the shadow of the post last time out when just failing to hold off all challengers. She has drawn gate eleven, but he should use his early gate speed to move across without using up too much energy. LILLEMOR is a 3yr old filly taking on the boys, but she won her last outing over six furlongs and will get 3kgs taken off her back thanks to her claiming apprentice. She is another who like to race up with the pace and is likely to adopt similar tactics today. She might prove difficult to reel in over the closing stages of the contest. HE'S A HOTSHOT returns from a 15 week rest, but he won his only barrier trial and should be involved in the finish here. VAN GIZ is a 3yr old filly who has finished close up in her last three starts, the latest over this distance. She has a handy two gate and should not be overlooked.

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