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Our Launceston Racing Tips for Fridays meeting.

The main races are the $100,000 Tasmanian Guineas (race 8) and the Tasmanian Stakes (Race 9).

Hela (Launceston Race 5 No. 2)
This three-year-old filly trained by Scott Brunton has had two starts for two wins. She led all the way and bolted off for a 5.5 length win in a maiden race over 1100m at Hobart on 17 October, then sat outside the leader and pulled away close to the line for a 1.75 length win in a class 1 handicap over 1200m at Launceston on 12 December. Both wins looked very easy and she should remain unbeaten today.


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Odin’s Folly (Launceston Race 7 No. 6):
This six-year-old mare has raced at Launceston six times for three wins and three places. She was edged out late in the race to finish 0.2 lengths 2nd over 2150m at Launceston on 2 December, then sat close to the lead and pushed ahead to win by 0.5 length over 2100m at Launceston on 16 December. She has such a good record at this track and distance that she is worth an each-way bet.


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Mandela Effect (Launceston Race 9 No. 2):
This six-year-old Turffontein gelding is the early favourite in the Listed Tasmanian Stakes weight-for-age race over 1600m. He just missed when 0.3 lengths 2nd in the Listed Newmarket Handicap over 1200m at Launceston on 25 November, then came from back in the field for 0.2, 1.5 lengths 3rd in the Listed Conquering Stakes over 1400m at Launceston on 16 December. He has not won in five starts this campaign and does not offer value.


Race 1

5 Geegee Lucky Jess
4 Miss Charlie Brown
2 Jetz
6 Mystical Vixen

Race 2

9 Lake Bled
10 Sweetsop
6 Auntie Florrie
1 Fife And Drum

Race 3

3 Fighting Floyd
4 Keeper’s Touch
10 Red October
5 Merv Decides

Race 4

7 Sunsoutgunsout
1 Little Hot Missile
9 Bestie’s Daughter
14 Lupanar

Race 5

2 Hela (BB)
7 Thelma
11 She’s Tricky
6 Stelladoni

Race 6

5 Gee Gee Lanett
4 Street Tough
2 Balearic
3 Liffeybeau

Race 7

3 Sir Simon
6 Odin’s Folly
9 Super Swoop
2 Glass Warrior

Race 8

2 First Accused
4 Brandum Bay
6 Freelancer
11 Vivilici

Race 9

7 Toorak Affair
2 Mandela Effect
8 Mystical Pursuit
9 Queen La Diva

Race 10

2 Tough Boy
6 Ocean Essence
4 Palon
9 Coronation Glade

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