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Australian racing tips – Wednesday 19 June 2024 – Canterbury

Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday’s racing coming your way from Canterbury on 19 June 2024.

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Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday's racing coming your way from Canterbury on 19 June 2024.

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Best Bet: CHEERGAL (Race 4)
Value Bet: REMATCH (Race 5)

Jackpot (race 4 – 7)

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Cost: R54.00

Race 4

Three 3-year-old fillies could fight out the finish to this race and complete the trifecta, but the day’s best bet, CHEERGAL is taken to lead the field home. She has only had three runs to date, finishing second in two of them, the latest over 1300M just one length behind the winner, but she jumped awkwardly that day, before sitting just behind the leaders and then battled all the way down to the wire. The form of that race has been franked and she will be having her peak run after returning from a 29-week break. From her handy draw four, she could prove hard to topple.

VIVEZZA is the stable companion of the top choice and has cracked pole position. She has posted two solid last runs, the latest when third over 1600M, three lengths back from the winner, but she jumped awkwardly in that event and was hampered shortly after the start, before coming three wide into the home straight. The filly has her peak run after returning from a shorter 23-week rest and makes a solid back-up for the yard.

SWEET HEAVEN was bumped at the 400M mark and came the widest of them all into the home stretch when ending up in fourth place last time out over 1600M, 3.2L off the victor. She is drawn one outside the latter and gets the services of non-claiming apprentice, Zac Lloyd, son of ex-SA champion jockey, Jeff Lloyd to aid her cause.

Race 5

REMATCH had his consistency rewarded with a victory last time out over 1500M, albeit by just a head. The win is made that much more creditable by the fact that he did not get the clearest of passages in the home straight that day, finishing well when finally seeing daylight to get up in the shadow of the post. From his draw five, he is taken to be the value bet on the day’s card.

LOCO made good late progress when finishing fourth in his latest outing over 1600M, three lengths adrift of the winner, suggesting that the extra ground on offer here will be to his liking. The gelding has his peak run after returning from a lengthy 52-week spell and jumps from one gate inside the top pick.

MONARCHS BRAE has finished closer to the winner in each of his last three starts, the latest when third over 1500M, 2.8L behind the winner, but it should be noted that he was bumped at the start and severely hampered at the 400M pole, before coming four wide into the home straight. The gelding is sure to put his pole position to good use.

Race 6

MOLLY NAILS is a 6-year-old mare taking on the boys, but she followed up her penultimate run victory over 1200M with a fifth-place finish next time out over the same sprint trip, 3.3L lengths back from the winner, when returning from a 21-week rest and the form of that race has been franked. She jumped awkwardly that day, bumping another runner and then had to be eased at the 100M mark, so she had her excuses. The mare has a useful gate three and will get cheek pieces re-fitted. If this move has the desired effect, she should be a big runner here.

IRON MAN returns from a 38-week break, but has had two barrier trials, winning them both. She jumped awkwardly bumping another runner and came four wide into the home straight when ending up in sixth place last time out over 1400M, 5.2L back from the winner. The gelding was also reported to have made an abnormal respiratory noise that day, so a line should be drawn through that effort. The gelding has an even better pole position and should be right up there when they hit the line.

VALIANCY is a 4-year-old filly who only saw daylight at the 250M mark before finishing off her race strongly to end up in eighth spot last time out over 1200M, three and a half lengths off the winner. She is drawn one outside the latter and will be having her peak run after returning from a 19-week break. In addition, she gets a set of blinkers re-fitted and if these have the anticipated result, she could complete the trifecta.

Race 7

FAIRWAY STAR is a 4-year-old filly taking on males, but she ran on powerfully from too far back when finishing sixth last time out over 1400M, 3.7L behind the winner. She has her peak run after returning from a 19-week break and whilst drawn wideish in gate eight, she should give the boys a good run for their money over a distance that could well be to her liking.

HELLFIRE EXPRESS was returning from a 16-week absence when finishing tenth last time out over 1400M, 11.9L adrift of the victor, but the form of that race has stood up well with two runners out of that contest subsequently winning and he has pulled gate five, as well as having 3kgs removed from his back thanks to his claiming apprentice. The gelding will be hoping to bounce back to some of his better form today.

THE CREATOR has won two of his last three runs, the latest when going from jump to wire to claim victory over 1700M by a short-head and he has finished second in a subsequent barrier trial. The gelding has gate seven and should be involved in the finish.

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