Daily Dogs – Thursday, July 2

Albion Park: Race 1 (6:39pm)
Same Race Multi

Mayoress has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence since debuting in June and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale filled the minors at each of her first two career starts and has since won two, so I’m going to select her as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye in this contest are Engage and Proper Twelve, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Mayoress (Win)
  • 3 Engage (Top 4)
  • 5 Aristocratic Gal (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 6 (8:25pm)
No. 2 Blazing Cartier

Blazing Cartier has been in excellent form recently and looks a winning chance in tonight’s Group 1 Queensland Cup Final.

The daughter of My Bro Fabio recorded consecutive wins in slick time in Victoria two and three starts back and arrived in Brisbane last week to finish second in her heat, two and a half lengths away from Classy Ethics after leaving from Box 8.

An inside draw is ideal for her and with appropriate luck, she’ll be hard to hold out.

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Albion Park: Race 8 (9:13pm)
No. 4 Hooked On Scotch

Hooked On Scotch is one of the country’s most talented chasers and he is up to winning tonight’s Group 1 Brisbane Cup Final, at a lovely price.

The son of Barcia Bale rarely returns a poor effort and has saluted in five of his last eight starts, including a comfortable triumph in his heat here last week, from Box 6.

He is more than capable of winning from any draw and I think that his class will take him a long way towards winning again.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:37pm)
No. 8 Magical Bill

Magical Bill hasn’t been able to get into the race at his last two appearances, but his form prior was outstanding, and I am happy to give him another chance at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale won six in succession leading into his last two starts, four in particularly slick time.

The last time that he left from Box 8, he proved far too good for his rivals here, and anything close to that effort would see him winning again.