Son Son (Belmont Race 3 No. 1)
This three-year-old Rogano gelding trained by Adam Durrant has four wins and three places from eight starts and three of his wins have been at this distance. He led and controlled the race for a 2.55 length win over 1400m at Ascot on 15 May, then was going well at the 200m before tiring late and finishing 3.29 lengths 4th over 1300m at Belmont on 29 May. Has a 2kg claim and should win here.
Zaratite (Belmont Race 7 No. 6):
This five-year-old Animal Kingdom gelding trained by Grant and Alana Williams has four wins and three places from eight starts. He dashed away for a 1.2 length win over 2100m at Belmont on 17 August, then was outstayed late for 0.36 length 2nd over 2200m at Belmont on 31 August. He resumes from a massive 93 week spell and has had three trials winning the latest by a good margin. Looks worth an each-way bet.
Fiery Water (Belmont Race 1 No. 1):
This four-year-old Playing God gelding is the early favourite in this 4YO & Up No Metropolitan wins race. He took over at the 150m and won by 0.61 length over 1400m at Ascot on 8 May, then didn’t run on when 7.5 lengths 8th at Pinjarra Park on 19 May. He carries a big weight here and others offer better value.
3 Naughty By Nature
9 Aberdeen Queen
1 Not To Be Mist
3 The Velvet King
13 Leading Girl
11 Dance Music
1 Valour Road
3 Blackwater Bay
4 Born To Try
9 Lady Duckworth
1 Black Shadow
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Our Hawkesbury Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is true. The track is in the heavy range but should be improving. The each way bet has been heavily tried and will be hard to hold out. Best Bet Redbreast (Hawkesbury Race 5 No. 11) Solid debut in a harder race than this. Maps well from barrier 2 and Tim Clark does the steering. Should appreciate the drop in grade and this race looks very suitable. Hard to beat. $1.95
Our Sandown Lakeside Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting. Key Comments Keen on the best bet who is in the first race of the day and looks very hard to beat. Best Bet Quickster (Sandown Lakeside Race 1 No. 9) Good way to kick the day off with a winner. I tipped Quickster at the start of last prep and it should have won when flying home late. Suited kicking off at the 1200 and looks terribly hard to beat. $1.75
Our Ipswich Horse Racing Tips for the 21st of February. Key Comments The rail is in 6.5 metres. Those on speed will be suited and the best bet is saved until the last race of the day. Best Bet To Wish (Ipswich Race 6 No. 5) Hard to beat from barrier 2 with Orman steering. This race suits and has been well tried in early doors. Good price and suitable target, the stable are having a brilliant run. $1.90
Our Strathalbyn Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Key Comments The track is currently rated a Good 4 and the rail remains in the true position. Best Bet Under The Cone (Strathalbyn Race 1 No. 7) Under The Cone has 2 placings from his 3 starts. He was beaten in a photo finish at Murray Bridge when stepping up to this trip a fortnight ago and should be able to break his maiden status here. $1.75