Not a great day for me personally (4/02) with only 2 winners out of 9 off that CT list. Overall it was a profit of 2.90 units but those I had highlighted went 0/4. I really should have ‘bolded’ both Global Domination & Ziggy Willie though who ran the Quinella. Odds if either won would have put us in profit. 3 in one race though is a bit difficult to justify no matter what the result.
Overall the CTs are 3.65 units ahead so far this month but the ‘chosen ones’ are now -2.5 units. Anyhow onto tomorrow and hopefully a better result;
Wyong R7#8 MAGNA AMICA is worth a mention again after I tipped her on Tuesday. She was scratched that day almost certainly due to the wet track. Blinkers go on and that sparked a major improvement last preparation. Good first up run and she has 3 wins from 13 overall. 2 of them first up and the other second up. 2kg claim and she has a very consistent record over sprint trips on dry tracks. Worth a bet at the $8 early price (Sportsbet);
Equal Justice – Seymour R5 No.3 (1100m): 900m Mdn winner Albury 20/12. Won by 4L in best adjusted time of day with 58kg. Bettered BM55 by .43 second and had 4kg more than that winner.Up in class but the $10 early price (Sportsbet) gives us good enough odds to speculate. I wouldn’t bother otherwise.
Corsica Lad – Seymour R6 No.7 (1000m): 1000m Mdn winner Wagga 19/05. Clearly superior to BM60 with vastly superior last 600m. Won by 1.5L.Probably going to be hard to beat but odds are too short first up.
Johnhro – Seymour R6 No.10 (1000m): 1000m Mdn winner Mornington 16/01. Over 1 second superior to BM64 winner and best adjusted time of day.Maiden to C1 but odds too short given that. CT win was on a Slow surface too. If he gets that again his chances are probably enhanced.
Voodoo Lad – Wyong R7 No.2 (1200m): 2yo open winner Scone 15/05. Superior time to C1 by more than 1 second..