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Our Ballarat Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting.  The feature is the Listed Ballarat Cup (Race 8).

Its’ourtime (Ballarat Race 5 No. 4)
It’sourtime is a four year old son of Time For War trained by Danny O’Brien.  He has form around a number of quality horse such as Poland and Oxley Road in his first preparation and I thought his first up win over 1100m at Flemington was excellent.  Strips fitter here second up and should get a gun run for Fred Kersley who has three wins from four rides on him.


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Mimi’s Award (Ballarat Race 7 No. 13):
Ben & JD Hayes galloper who has three wins and four seconds from nine starts.  She charged home at Caulfield two back, then was beginning to build the revs in the Group 2 Matriarch Stakes before running out of room late.  Is ready to peak here fourth up.


Best Lay

Cusack (Ballarat Race 3 No. 5):
Cusack is currently rated a $5.5 chance in the 2yo Magic Millions Classic.  He like many of these is having his first start.  I wasn’t impressed with his jump outs and expect him to drift further as we get closer to jump time.


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Race 1

4. Lighthouse
1. Frankie Pinot
6. Kurabui
5. Do You Reckon

Race 2

2. Daily Bugle
4. Star Midfielder
7. Decent Raine
8. Swear By Her

Race 3

8. Onlyhereforthebeer
12. Negation
2. Nothing Silly
7. Hercules More

Race 4

6. Duchess Of Dorset
7. Garvoc
9. Say So Angel
2. Lady Pluck

Race 5

4. It’sourtime (BB)
10. Ocean Beyond
5. The Gauch
1. Sirius Suspect

Race 6

8. Marabi
3. Imperial Hilton
14. No Quarantine
13. Savannah Cloud

Race 7

13. Mimi’s Award
5. Alcyone
2. Silent Sovereign
12. Kissinger

Race 8

11. Thought Of That
16. Foxy Frida
4. In A Twinkling
6. Zayydani

Race 9

19. Night Passage
11. Typhoon Harmony
17. Rock In The Park
7. Saccharo

Race 10

2. Outlaws Revenge
7. Marine One
6. Starry Legend
13. Authentic Jewel

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