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Our Port Lincoln Racing Tips for Wednesdays meeting.

Spanish Heirloom  (Port Lincoln Race 4 No. 2)
This four-year-old Barbados mare trained by Travis Doudle has had 10 starts for four wins and a place. She led before being gathered in a the 150m and finishing 3.3 lengths 4th over 1000m at Morphettville Parks on 4 September, then she started favourite and just missed for 0.8 length 2nd over 1000m at Mindarie Halidon on 19 September. Claims 2kg and should win.


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Each Way

Onward (Port Lincoln Race 7 No. 4):
This eleven-year-old Danerich gelding trained by Mick White is still racing well and has placed at his last four starts. He finished 0.4 length 2nd over 1600m at Roxby Downs on 11 September, then looked the winner but was gunned down in the final stride for 0.3 length 2nd over 1350m at Port Lincoln on 3 October. A good each-way chance again on his home track.


Best Lay

Sir Johnson (Port Lincoln Race 8 No. 1):
This six-year-old Chatline gelding trained by G & M Searle & B Callanan at Gawler is the early favourite in this 0-58 Handicap over 1350m. He chased strongly for 1.2 lenghs 4th over 1100m at Oakbank on 12 September, then battled evenly to grab 3rd over 1200m at Balaklava on 29 September. Has only won four of his 37 starts and others offer better value.


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Race 1

6 Bryan’s Babe
3 Ruby’s Reward
1 My Mate Sonny
7 Isa Secret

Race 2

10 Smart Ace
5 I Got Strings
1 Bloomin’ Johnney
12 Zarafshan

Race 3

9 Journey To Rio
2 Justedee
11 Tiamat
12 Zyclonic

Race 4

2 Spanish Heirloom (BB)
7 Artful Ambition
3 Tanner
6 Kingson

Race 5

1 Fallow
6 Avid General
2 La Petite Rousse
3 L’il Piper

Race 6

5 Artful Libby
1 Compardy
2 Captain Solo
7 Anjah

Race 7

3 Boniface
2 Lofty Tycoon
4 Onward
1 Axecapital

Race 8

3 Roar
1 Sir Johnson
9 Scout’s Honour
8 Mista Knowitall

Race 9

4 Effortkat
2 The Master
6 Kiroshima
12 Licorice Bullet

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