Daily Racing Tips – Wednesday, August 1

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Warwick Farm: Race 4 (2:45pm)
No. 1 Bull Market

Bull Market has not been seen at the races since January, but he is a horse that is capable of a big performance on his day and can make a winning return this afternoon. The son of Written Tycoon didn’t have his mind on the job through much of his debut season but did show good ability and was an impressive winner over 1400m at Rosehill Gardens most notably. He has been gelded since his last competitive appearance and does look over the odds at a double-figure price after drawing an inside alley.

Warwick Farm: Race 5 (3:20pm)
No. 7 Unwise

Unwise has returned to racing in excellent form this time and will be extremely difficult to hold out at Warwick Farm. The three-year-old stamped herself as a filly to follow in her competitive debut at black type level early last year and resumed this time for a close second over 1000m, before posting consecutive wins in a pair of sprints at Kembla Grange and Canterbury most recently. She can find a position close to the pace from barrier 1 this afternoon and she has the added advantage of in-form hoop Rachel King aboard.

Sale: Race 8 (4:05pm)
No. 5 Herecomesmybaby

Herecomesmybaby has not had a competitive start since April, but she is yet to miss a place in four appearances at the races and will be tough to beat at Sale this afternoon. The daughter of Sakhee’s Secret mustered an impressive performance to win by three lengths on debut in February, before a luckless run for third over 1400m second-up at Bendigo. She made a successful step-up to metro class by winning a mile race at Pakenham by close to three lengths and was last seen finishing second behind Winkelmann at Sandown. She has plenty of options from the rails draw and looks to have a class edge over her rivals today.

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Sale: Race 9 (4:40pm)
No. 10 Tin Hat

Tin Hat will resume in a very winnable race at Sale this afternoon. The son of Helmet showed good ability at the trials prior to making his competitive debut and immediately stamped himself as one to watch when he finished a close second over 1300m on debut. He broke his maiden with ease second-up at Ballarat and was sent to the paddock after a credible run for fifth in the Group 2 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) in March. This is obviously a big step back in class and he should be winning