Tailleur (Randwick Race 6 No. 1)
This four-year-old Shooting To Win mare trained by James Cummings has four wins and a place from five starts. She led all the way and kicked away for an impressive 3.8 length win on a heavy track over 1200m at Rosehill on 8 August, then led again and eased down late to win by 6 lengths on a heavy track over 1200m at Moonee Valley on 22 August. Resumes here after a 16 week spell and hass won both previous first-up starts.
Crackneck (Randwick Race 2 No. 4):
This six-year-old gelding from the Allan Kehoe stable at Port Macquarie has three wins and 13 places from 29 starts, and has placed twice at Randwick this campaign. He was run down late for 0.8, 0.1 lengths 3rd over 1100m at Randwick on 17 October, then was headed late for a length 2nd over 1200m at Rosehill on 31 October. Both of these were in Highway Class 3 Handicaps. Returning from a six week let-up he is a good each-way proposition again.
Accountability (Randwick Race 4 No. 8):
This five-year-old gelding from the Chris Waller stable is the early favourite in the Listed Christmas Cup over 2400m. He was held up at the home turn and the early part of the straight then got going again and was chopped out inside the 200m to cross the line 2nd but protested successfully and was awarded the win over 2000m at Kembla Grange on 21 November. Next start he got a long way back and ran on strongly for 0.2, 0.5 lengths 3rd over 2000m at Rosehill on 5 December. Down in weight but is up against horses that have won over the distance.
10 Affinity Beyond
2 Step On Fire
6 Remlaps Gem
13 Pinnacle Prince
1 Toro Toro
6 Reveal The Magic
8 Ballistic Lover
13 The Face
Our Sha Tin Horse Racing Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments There is a 10-race program and the rail is in the A+3 position. The feature is the Group 1 Hong Kong Gold Cup (race 7). The track should be Good with good weather forecast, and the first race is at 1 pm Hong Kong time which is 4 pm AEDT. Best Bet Gorgeous Win (Sha Tin Race 9 No. 3) Gorgeous Win has 2 wins and 2 places from his 4
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 Pinjarra Scarpside Horse Racing Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments There are 10 races and the rail is in the true position. The feature race is the $150,000 Pinjarra Classic (race 9). Best Bet Silver Back Jack (Pinjarra Scarpside Race 8 No. 1) Silver Back Jack won over 1800m at Ascot 2 starts back, then ran 2nd to a talented mare at his most recent start over 1675m. He'll appreciate the rise in trip and is the leading hope. $3.80
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