Western Empire (Ascot Race 7 No. 1)
This three-year-old gelding trained by Grant and Alana Williams has two wins and four places from seven starts. He was outsprinted to finish 1.63, 1.95 lengths 3rd in the Listed Challenge Stakes over 1500m at Ascot on 13 February, then won by 5.5 lengths in the Listed Lex Piper Stakes over 1600m at Ascot on 27 February. That was a very impressive win and he should win again.
Sir Mambo (Ascot Race 4 No. 1):
This five-year-old War Chant gelding has not been far from the winner in his two starts back from a 20 week spell. On resuming he fought evenly to the line for 1.34 lengths 4th over 1100m at Ascot on 23 January, then he had a tough run and finished 0.78, 0.46 length 3rd over 1200m at Ascot on 13 February. He has won three races at this track and with a 2kg claim he looks worth an each-way bet.
Secret Lair (Ascot Race 1 No. 3):
This Galah colt is the early favourite in this 2YO Plate over 1200m. He has only had one start and finished 0.16, 2.77 lengths 3rd over 1100m at Ascot on 13 February. That was a nice debut effort but he offers no value at the current price.
1 Hear Me Sing
10 Ginger Locks
3 Secret Lair
8 Far Too Strong
4 Savage One
3 Sassy Trader
7 Divine Pair
2 Our Boy Dylan
2 Not To Be Mist
7 Tycoon Storm
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Our Moe Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is true. The best bet is in the opening race of the day and looks well placed. Best Bet Poppin' Champagne (Kyneton Race 1 No.14) Can land up on the speed and prove hard to beat. Likeable claims in this field and looks suited against this bunch. Hard to beat and the price is still worth it. $1.75 Best Each Way Virtucon (Moe Race
Our Launceston Horse Racing Tips for Sunday. The track is a Soft 5 and the rail is in the true position. The features are the Gold Sovereign Stakes (race 5) and Tasmanian Oaks over 2100m (race 7). As a general rule, runners who land in the front half of the field are suited at this track, with an advantage to those who find the inside lanes in the straight. Best Bet Wings Of Song (Launceston Race 7 No. 1) Made it 4 wins
Our Ballarat Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is out 1 metre from the 400m to the winning post and true for the remainder. The drop in class is ideal for the best bet who looks very well placed. Best Bet Altermatum (Ballarat Race 2 No.7) Chased home Hayasugi last start and that form has been franked again today. Looks very well placed in this company and should get a dream run from the draw. $2.70 is over the odds in
Our Alice Springs Horse Racing Tips for Saturday's meeting. Key Comments The sand track is rated Good and the weather is fine. The rail is in the true position. Best Bet Don't Be Dramatic (Alice Springs Race 3 No. 2) He's raced 3 times for 2 wins and a 2nd. Last start he bolted in for a 4.3 length win over 1100m here and looks the good thing of the day. $1.55 Best