Midnight Blue (Ascot Race 7 No. 4)
This five-year-old So You Think gelding trained by Grant & Alana Williams has four wins and seven places from 16 starts. When resuming after 43 weeks he was blocked to the 150m then passed a few late for 3.3 lengths 4th over 1800m at Ascot on 30 October, then took over at the 125m and ran on for a 1.5 length win in the Listed Ascot Gold Cup over 1800m at Ascot on 13 November. Should relish the extra distance and should win again.
Son Son (Ascot Race 5 No. 1):
This four-year-old Rogano gelding trained by Adam Durrant has four wins and three places from nine starts. He was tiring late when 3.3 lengths 4th over 1300m at Belmont on 29 May, then was the early leader but tired for 4.2 lengths 6th over 1400m at Belmont on 12 June. Generally goes well first-up and looks a solid each-way chance.
Secret Plan (Ascot Race 3 No. 9):
This four-year-old I Am Invincible gelding trained by Grant & Alana Williams has three wins and six places from 10 starts and is the early favourite in this RTG 78+ Handicap over 1200m. He was outsprinted for 0.9 length 2nd over 1200m at Ascot on 23 October, then ran on strongly for 0.8 length 2nd over 1200m at Ascot on 13 November. Offers no value at the short price.
1 The Front Bar
4 Bopping Blue
2 Cockney Crew
5 Dom To Shoot
3 That’s Funny Az
7 Money Maher
6 Triple Missile
9 Secret Plan
5 All Day Session
4 Midnight Blue (BB)
7 Bad Wolf
6 Media Baron
2 Elite Street
15 Graceful Girl
2 Apple Schnapps
5 Platinum Bullet
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Our Geelong Horse Racing Tips for Friday's meeting. Best Bets Martha Lavinia (Geelong Race 4 No. 11) Building up to a win and strikes the perfect opportunity to get one on the board. Scratched from a race today and saved for this. Maps well and should take some holding out in this race. $5.50 Each Way Aquila Volare (Geelong Race 6 No. 1) Unlucky last start and can atone here with John Allen in the saddle. Has always shown good promise to date
Our Cranbourne Horse Racing Tips for Thursday's meeting. Best Bets Tycoon Beau (Cranbourne Race 6 No. 8) Hard to not like the run of Tycoon Beau last start who circled the field and couldn't quite run don Chardon Burj who goes around at Doomben on Saturday in a stakes race so the form looks excellent. With even luck it will be very hard to hold out from the tricky draw and looks nicely weighted despite the rise in grade. $6.00 Each Way
Best Bets Our Rosehill Horse Racing Tips for the weekend. The feature event is the Lord Mayors Cup (Race 7). Quintello (Rosehill Race 9 No. 13) With four wins and three places from eight starts, this mare from the Maher/Eustace stable has above average ability. She resumed from a spell with a 4 length win over 1200m at Mornington on 26 March, then chased hard to find the front and raced clear for a 2.9 length win on heavy going over 1400m at Randwick on 23 April.
Best Bets Our Flemington Horse Racing Tips for Saturday's meeting. The feature event is the Straight Six (race 7). Tuvalu (Flemington Race 8 No. 13) Tuvalu is a talented four year old gelding who was far too good first up on his home track at Warrnambool. His I’m Thunderstruck form from last prep reads very well for a race like this and I love that he rolls forward and makes his own luck up on speed. $2.70 Each Way Coolth (Flemington