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R1- LACEVINSKY is starting to become costly but deserves one more chance here. Has now been fairly luckless at his last three after finding himself three deep from barrier three and battling away to finish within 2L of them last start. Prior to that had been getting bumped around and he isn’t overly big. Gets out to 1400 here and his two prior runs at the trip were good behind Not To Be Mist. Blinkers go on as does an in form Ramoly and he should get an easy time near the front of the field.

R2- SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK was back to his best last start when circling the field from last and winning soft. That was off the back of an inconclusive first up run when missing the jump over 1000m and never getting warm. He looked a promising type in his first campaign and his trial leading into this campaign suggested he could win a race like this. Smaller field suits as does the barrier so that he doesn’t have to sit last.

R3- Best Bet: EEYORE WAYZ was a massive run last start behind a couple of key Winterbottom Stakes chances. And did so under WFA conditions which means he comes back to a 66+ and carries the same weight. He was 3/3 over a 1000m before that when unleashing an electric turn of foot and may just be a short course specialist. Chris Parnham on and blinkers on are massive ticks and the wide gate should allow him to sit deep with cover and avoid traffic.

R4- KELVIN did it the hard way first up at 1400. Crossed to the fence from 16 and rolled along with 59kg and finished just in behind a couple of handy 3yos. Will strip fitter here, drops 2.5kg up in grade and looks like having an easier time of it up front drawn in five. His form from last prep was pretty good in some high rating races and if he can continue to improve off that first up run he could be in for big campaign.

R5- TRUE ATTRACTION was given none last start when dragged back to last on the fence in a slow run race. He was then taken to the extreme outside in the straight and flew home to get within 2L of the winner. First up he was second behind Railway Stakes favourite Inspirational Girl and is now third up at 1500 looking for a golden ticket to a rematch. He looks better suited at 1500 than TRULY GREAT and drawn outside it is less likely to find traffic.

R6- TOO CLOSE THE SUN hadn’t run over 1400 since his debut but went super first up when only picked off late by Inspirational Girl. He goes better second up and will be much better up to 1800 in a race he looks like leading comfortably. From the outside gate he can take his time to get all the way across and goes much better when allowed to do his own thing. He won a Warrnambool cup carrying 1.5kg less and should only get better heading towards the Perth Cup.

R7- SNICKERDOODLEDANDY backed up a luckless first up run with a superb finishing burst to win the Burgess Queen. Sat back and wide and was off the bit on the corner but kept coming to nail KISSONALLFORCHEEKS on the line. They cleared out from third in an almost identical field to this and she should only improve further out to 1600. From barrier three likely tries to sit alongside something drawn inside her to avoid the fence and if she gets clear running she’ll be hard to beat.

R8- INDIAN PACIFIC was forced to find last start when having his first crack against open class. Sat outside Mervyn on that occasion and was dropped off on straightening but was able to find plenty and still hold STAGEMAN who he faces again. Like the month between runs to allow him to get over the first up performance and looks like getting a similar run with Condor Heroes drawn deep. His form last prep was super and he looks to have gotten better.

R9- ACONITE won with a bit up her sleeve first up on cup day. Sat deep the trip and went straight past them over 1400. Gets to 1600 second up and was super consistent over that trip through the late part of the Belmont season around horses like Truly Great, Montelena and Leading Girl. That’s really good form for 66+ and gets a soft track to allow her to show her best. Will be looking for cover somewhere midfield and with a cart into the race can repeat the dose second up.


    According to Fixed Flucs Jericho Missile opened at $11. Interesting as I witnessed $51
  • GoddGodd    162 posts
    R4-11 ew
    R5-1&2 ew
    R6-5 ew , roughie the 1
    R7-3 ew, something for a place on the 12
    R8-9, 3-11 at odds
  • SKIDSSKIDS    924 posts
    I think Celebrity Queen wins the Colonel Reeves.
    Moschard is in my novelties in the Peters Stakes.
    Mystical View at a nice E/W price in the Champion Fillies.
    Tellem We're Comin is overs @ 20/1.

    Great days racing at Ascot, good luck punters.
  • Buddy123Buddy123    63 posts
    Junipal might get a gig in the railway on that run at Sandown today.. late entry maybe..?

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  • ChrisChris    4,483 posts
    Eeyore Wayz
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Agree with Chris re Cambist fresh and with the sting out he will charge late I reckon.
  • JellJell    1,199 posts
    I liked Recharger first up off a nice trial at big odds but alas he was scratched.

    Friar Fox is great value in the Ascot Gold Cup hopefully SOD can slot in somewhere from the wide draw.

    My dart landed on Flirtini in the Colonel Reeves :))
  • ChrisChris    4,483 posts
    I'm going well...

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Actually considered Pont and his mount POP's wet form but naturally I stuck with Cambist..as i watched it piss down I knew I was friartrucked...
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    edited November 2020
    Gee True Attraction loved those conditions not..and or is a bit limited.... :-q
  • TheDivaTheDiva    12,601 posts
    Think you have to forgive...today was too bad to be true
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Chop up there with TCTS f me how easy was that..backed the 2nd horse e.w as well.
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Wow Heavy 8 Ascot..look on, huge blowjob on the Guineas..opps meant blowout :D
  • FlandersFlanders    745 posts
    Chris Nation pulled the right rein having the rail at 9 metres today and 16m Wednesday.
  • JayJayJayJay    6,068 posts
    Does he want a job at Gloucester Park?

    Gee Bob is having a reasonable year, isn't he?

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    JayJay said:

    Does he want a job at Gloucester Park?

    Gee Bob is having a reasonable year, isn't he?

    His Ark is in the shop JJ .."apparently" very wet at g.p last night :)]

    My last race Speculator in the mud..Alimentaria e.w who may run a race or get distanced.

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Geezus Clint your a partyspoiler :( .. so near Stevie you done good cuz and gave it every possible really.
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    8,398 posts
    Was on Too Close the Sun Win, Indigo Blue each way, Stageman Win and Scoreline each way at 100s in the last. What could have been
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    8,398 posts
    Steve Wolfe "She's the best 3yo in the state" (Watch Me Dance)

    Shots fired ;))
  • FlandersFlanders    745 posts
    H-BOMBER said:

    Steve Wolfe "She's the best 3yo in the state" (Watch Me Dance)

    Shots fired ;))

    We have a few trainers here who just love making big statements.

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  • hashhash    7,059 posts

    Wow Heavy 8 Ascot..look on, huge blowjob on the Guineas..opps meant blowout :D

    Track will be fine (good) come the Guineas next week
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    4,139 posts
    Yep guineas was a boozy typo, meant The Champion Fillies yesty.
    Not sure I agree with Wolfy's assessment of his filly where the track conditions likely had a say in the result but I also dont mind them spruiking their horses..definitely has plenty of ability.
  • bradybrady    1,358 posts
    Brave Angel run was huge 
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