Daily Dogs – Wednesday, Jul

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Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm)
No. 8 Babel

This is a decent race, but Babel rarely runs poorly and looks a winning chance at around the $10 mark.

Babel has missed a place only twice in his last seven appearances and was last seen recording a dominant win in slick time over 440m at Goulburn.

This is a rise in class, but the wide draw suits and he has genuine claims.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 3 Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock was also an impressive last-start winner and he strikes another winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has only had four career starts so far, but he is yet to run a bad one and there is no doubt that his most-recent effort was the best of his career so far.

With even luck from the box, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:05pm)
Same Race Multi

Ritza Coen has returned some lovely performances recently and looks tough to beat at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Collision was an impressive winner here from Box 1 two back before another quality effort saw him finish only a couple of lengths from the winner last time out.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside for this, so I’m going to pick him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye are Nangar Kash and Zipping Ivy, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 4 Ritza Coen (Win)
  • 1 Nangar Kash (Top 3)
  • 7 Zipping Ivy (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:49pm)
No. 4 Ferrari Blaster

Ferrari Blaster has gone to another level recently and will take beating in Race 9 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Zabdon Ferrari took a couple to find strong and consistent form, but his last two efforts have both been particularly eye-catching, including one at this track and distance last week.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside and can complete the hat-trick.