PORTLincoln Racing Club will host a Melbourne Cup Recovery meeting tomorrow in what could be a nine-event card.
Bel Streak is simply a case of ‘the more you put on the more you get back’ in the first distance race of the season while Magical Tycoon is the suggested each way bet.
PIPPED: The Headliner defeats Black Barra and Propshaft at Port Lincoln Racecourse on October 21. Picture: Tom Rush
Benchmark 80 1390m:Propshaft has nine wins, six placings at this distance from 18 starts, the Brian Lear trained seven-year-old stuck on well first-up and looks cherry ripe to win.
Hanks Nephew and Black Barra have won at this trip but they certainly prefer the 1200. The Headliner fought courageously to win last start but he might just find thistrip beyond him at this stage.
Benchmark 72 1000m:Geordie’s Second has the ability to take out this race, if he was to do everything right and sail in front he is the one to catch.
Tintagel Rocker improved immensely ridden with a sit to score at big odds last start.Dire Warning, Destony Hawk, Heavens Flightand Sound Of Victory are all capable in what looksa high quality race.
Benchmark 64 1750m:Bel Streak has won two races (both 1390m) here earlier this season then hit the line nicely at Gawler over 1500mlast start suggesting this trip will be ideal.Ready Again looks thequinella optionon his big maiden win and Valik is next best.
Benchmark 64 1210m:Magical Tycoon races well (threewins from seven starts) here and does show a nice turn of foot late in her races, each-way all day.
Plenty of depthwith Point Drummond, Dazzling Lilly, Celebrity Tycoon, Spalding Cove and Sandhill Jett all handy types.
Class 2 1000m:Expecting a couple ofin-formmares to fight this out in Jiriki and Nippy Lippy who both looked well placed. Both have good early speed.
Three-Year-Old 1210m:Rocky Valley waswell supported winner against a similar field last start, up in weights expect more pressure – might just take her on at the expected short quote. Tornado Blue, Boutinniere and Heza Gunn can feature if things go their way.
Benchmark 56 1390:Twenty-five nominations -may look at splitting thefield. Bossa Nova is the class runner with 63 kgs but I have a few fromthe black book for value Divadebeer, Last Dip and Designer Edition.
Maiden 1210m:OWell and Mako Cove weren’t beaten far last start and look the major players with a watch on Patriot Code first-up.
Melbourne Cup Tip:BankHartnell and Jameka in your trifectas and first fours, then throw in a few roughies and hope for the best.
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