Horse Racing Tips : VIC Friday 25th September 2020

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Our Moonee Valley Horse Racing Tips for Friday night.

The main race is the $1 million Group 1 Moir Stakes supported by the Group 2 Bill Stutt Stakes, Group 2 Stocks Stakes, Group 3 JRA Cup and Group 3 Scarborough Stakes. Read our 2020 Moir Stakes preview,

Alfa Oro (Moonee Valley Race 3 No. 4)
This five-year-old gelding has never been out of the quinella with five wins and two 2nds from seven starts. He took over at the 400m and kept finding when challenged over the last 100m to win by 0.1 length over 1100m at Flemington on a heavy track on 23 May, then he charged clear at the 200m and won by 2.25 lengths over 100m at Caulfiels on 27 June. He has had a 12 week let-up and is a major contender.


Each Way

Mantastic (Moonee Valley Race 6 No. 8):
This seven-year-old Fastnet Rock gelding has improved at each of his three runs this time in and might be ready to show his best. He chased steadily out wide for 4.35 lengths 11th in the Listed Heatherlie Handicap over 1700m at Caulfield on 29 August, then worked home strong along the rails for 1.7 lengths 6th over 1700m at Flemington on 12 September. He drops in weight and is worth an each-way bet.


Best Lay

Fabergino (Moonee Valley Race 7 No. 9):
This grey mare  from Western Australia is the early favourite in the Group 1 Moir Stakes over 1000m. She has a superb race record of nine wins and two places from 12 starts and has raced in Melbourne once before. She sped to the front and won by 1.25 lengths in the Listed Bob Hoysted Handicap on 29 February, then returned to WA for a 2.78 length win in the Group 3 Northam Stakes over 1100m at Ascot on 2 May. She has won all seven of her first-up starts but she has never raced at Group 1 level before and in this field of top sprinters I think she is vulnerable.


Race 1

1 Extra Time
5 Unanimous
7 Endanger
4 Free To Move

Race 2

5 Express Pass
1 Chicago Cub
6 Simply Optimistic
3 My Pendant

Race 3

4 Alfa Oro (BB)
11 Human Nature
1 Epic Grey
2 Mister Mogul

Race 4

4 Cherry Tortoni
2 Holyfield
1 Glenfiddich
5 Flying Award

Race 5

2 September Run
1 Swats That
6 Mileva
3 Dirty Thoughts

Race 6

5 Al Galayel
8 Mantastic
11 Tavirun
7 Plein Ciel

Race 7

6 Bella Vella
8 Diamond Effort
9 Fabergino
7 Pippie

Race 8

3 Perfect Jewel
1 Mystic Journey
6 Greysful Glamour
2 Aristia

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