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Australian racing tips – Wednesday 22 March 2023 – Randwick-Kensington

Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday’s racing coming your way from Randwick-Kensington on 22 March 2023.

Australian Racing Tips v2

Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday's racing coming your way from Randwick-Kensington on 22 March 2023.

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Best Bet: HAWAII FIVE OH (Race 7)

Value Bet: JUPITUS (Race 6)

Jackpot (race 5 – 8)

















Cost: R54.00  

Race 5

BISCAYNE BAY is a four year old filly taking on the boys, but she put her disappointing penultimate run in a Group 1 event over eleven furlongs behind her when finishing second over seven furlongs next time out, 1.3L behind the winner. It should however be noted that she jumped awkwardly, had to be held up early in the home straight, only seeing daylight at the 250M mark and then finally being bumped at the 50M pole. She is drawn the widest of them all in gate eleven, but with better luck in running today, she could be the one that they all have to beat.

BON VIVANT’S last three runs have yielded a second and two third place finishes, the latest one of the third spot finishes over 2100M, 4.7L back from the victor, but he was bumped shortly after the start and came the widest of them all int the home straight, so he had his excuses. The gelding is drawn in gate seven and will get 2kgs taken off his back thanks to his claiming apprentice Zac Lloyd, son of ex-SA champion jockey, Jeff Lloyd to aid his cause.

SILENT AGENDA is seldom far off the action, finishing third last time out over 1900M, just under a half length back from the winner. He struck the front at the entrance to the home stretch and was only run out of it late. From draw five, he should be included in all bets.

Race 6

The day’s value bet, JUPITUS followed up his penultimate run victory over seven furlongs with a third place finish next time out over 1500M, 6.3L back from the winner. He battled all the way down to the wire that day and from his handy draw two and with him having his peak run after returning from a 20 week break, he could prove hard to topple.

PRETTY AMAZING is a four year old filly taking on males and is the stable companion to the top choice. She is drawn one gate outside him and did not act in the very heavy going when finishing second in her latest outing over 1500M, 6.3L adrift of the winner. She returns from a 24 week break, but has had the benefit of two barrier trials and makes a solid back-up for the powerful Chris Waller yard.

LUVOIR has cracked pole position and went from jump to wire when winning his last start over a mile by a neck and the form of that race has stood up well with two runners out of that contest subsequently winning. He gets the services of 2kg claiming apprentice Zac Lloyd and is likely to attempt similar tactics today and prove difficult to reel in over the closing stages.

Race 7

HAWAII FIVE OH had to be held up early in the home straight, but finished well to end up in second place last time out over 1300M, just a neck behind the winner, so can be considered an unlucky loser. The colt has drawn wide in gate nine, but he has his first run for his new trainer and if fully settled into his new surroundings, he should give a good account of himself here. As such, he is made the best bet on the day’s card.

COOL JAKEY has only had the two runs to date, winning them both over six furlongs, the latest by two lengths. He showed plenty of toe that day and looks to be the immediate danger to the top pick, this despite facing the widest draw of them all in gate sixteen. He is a speedy sort who should be able to work his way across without using up too much energy.

Although ATMOSPHERE is recorded as finishing sixth last time out over a mile, he was only two and a half lengths off the winner, when trying to go from gun to tape. He on the other hand has a useful draw four and whilst returning from a 16 week break, he has finished second and third in his two barrier trials to showcase his well-being.

Race 8

CAMINO REAL has finished closer to the winner in each of her last three runs, the latest when sixth over 1300M, just two and a half lengths adrift of the victor, but she came three wide into the home straight on that occasion and still managed to stay on well over the latter stages. She jumps from draw five and does resumes after an 18 week spell without having had the benefit of a barrier trial, so her fitness will have to be taken on trust, but the engaging of champion jockey James MacDonald would seem to suggest that her connections are expecting a forward run from her.

CHOLANTE showed marked improvement when finishing third in her latest outing over 1100M, beaten just a head, when returning from a 19 week spell. She delivered a powerful finish in that event, but shifted out from the 50M mark, which probably cost her the race. She will have to negotiate a wideish draw eight, but she should be right up there when they hit the line.

AIR TO AIR finished eleventh last time out over seven furlongs, 8.2 lengths behind the winner, but that was in a Group 3 event, where she was slow away and overraced in the middle stages. She was immediately rested for 26 weeks and moved stable. She returns here after having finished second in her latest barrier trial and although drawn wide in gate thirteen, she should use her early gate speed to move across without expending too much gas.

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