Horse Racing Tips : VIC Wednesday 24th February 2021

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Our Sandown Hillside Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting.

White Hibiscus (Sandown Hillside Race 3 No. 3):

Forgiving this Danny O’Brien trained mare who could only muster a midfield finish after being heavily backed in a stronger race at Flemington last time.  Her win prior at Sandown by 2.3 lengths was dominant and rated highly.  She has been given 45 days in between runs and a trial at Geelong where she cruised home under her own steam.  She returns to Wednesday grade here and I am expecting her to bounce back strongly.


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Dynamic Duo (Sandown Hillside Race 7 No. 4):

The father/son combination of Tony and Jake Noonan combine with Dynamic Duo.  This gelding strips fitter after charging home to run fourth at Ballarat first up, in the process running the fastest last 200m split of the meeting.  The long straight at Sandown should suit and with even luck he can make his presence felt.


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Bellinger (Sandown Hillside Race 1 No. 2):

Bellinger has come up as the early favourite in the opening race on the card.  He has settled worse than midfield and run on into second at both starts this preparation.  This is not the strongest midweek maiden but he is likely to be back again here off a moderate tempo.  He has had a few chances now to win a race and is not a horse I want to be taking short odds about.


Race 1

7. Our Ginger Ninja
2. Bellinger
8. And She Was
4. Old Fashioned

Race 2

8. Tempest Charm
1. Feudal Empire
2. Grinzinger Prince
5. Starry Legend

Race 3

3. White Hibiscus (BB)
5. Ruby Street
2. Don’ttelltheboss
4. Jessica Rae

Race 4

5. Paris Pike
1. Aurora’s Symphony
10. Fintona Queen
2. Jukila

Race 5

8. Grable
3. Legend Of Zorro
9. Vitosha
12. Tycoon Bucks

Race 6

10. Kanzai
4. Sign Seal Deliver
6. Magnossiva
5. Harmony Nation

Race 7

4. Dynamic Duo
2. Harlem Blues
6. Beaverbrook
9. Kootara

Race 8

5. Stretto
8. Mr Raikkonen
13. Starlight Scope
11. Hot In Paris

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Horse Racing Tips : SA Wednesday 24th February 2021

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Horse Racing Tips : TAS Wednesday 24th February 2021

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Horse Racing Tips : QLD Wednesday 24th February 2021

Best Bets Our Ipswich Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Jakama (Ipswich Race 6 No. 3) This four-year-old  gelding trained by John Dann at Toowoomba has had three wins and a place from 12 starts. When resuming from an 18 week spell he chased solidly along the fence for 3.4 lengths 5th over 1200m at Beaudesert on 28 December, then he ran on for an easy 2 length win over 1200m at Ipswich on 3 February. He should be fitter now and can make it back-to-back wins.

Horse Racing Tips : WA Wednesday 24th February 2021

Best Bets Our Ascot Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Triple Missile (Ascot Race 6 No. 4) This three-year-old Smart Missile gelding has only had two race starts and has won them both. He debuted with a 2.19 length win over 1200m at Belmont on 16 September where he drew clear in the final 100m, then he caught the leader late for a 0.58 length win over 1000m at Ascot on 10 February. He is clearly very talented, and only bad luck can beat him. $1.45


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