Almost Time doesn’t know how to run a bad race and looms as the one to beat in the fourth at Richmond tonight.
The son of Dyna Double One has won six of his last eight starts, finishing second on the other two occasions and was last seen recording a dominant win in slick time and this track and distance.
Box 1 suits and he will take a power of beating. He is my best bet on the program.
Give Us Peace has returned some pleasing efforts recently and strikes another winnable contest at Richmond tonight.
The daughter of Awesome Project mustered and electric turn of foot to salute over the 297m course at Dapto two back, before running a place after leaving from the awkward Box 6 here last week.
She can settle closer to the speed tonight and will be hard to hold out.
Prim And Proper has gone to another level recently and will be hard to beat again when she steps out in Race 9 and Richmond tonight.
The daughter of Kinloch Brae has won four of her last six starts, including three in succession leading into this contest.
She actually hasn’t raced since late March, but she has a class edge over the lion’s share of these rivals, goes well fresh and will have the benefit of an empty box on her outside.
Mottza is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out in the last at Richmond tonight and is primed to win again.
The son of the legendary Fernando Bale doesn’t know how to run a bad race and hasn’t finished worse than second at his last eight starts, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.
The other two runners that look a chance in this contest are Benji Buttons and Nandor Junior, so I’m going to select them to finish in the Top 2 and 4 respectively.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 5 Mottza (Win)
- 2 Benji Buttons (Top 2)
- 8 Nandor Junior (Top 4)