Daily Dogs – Wednesday, November 18

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:48pm AEDT)
No. 4 Ebby Jet Power

Ebby Jet Power will take winning form into the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The son of Fernando Bale rarely runs a bad race, but he tends to keep his absolute best for this track and distance, and never looked in doubt here last week.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside for this contest and he’ll take beating.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:08pm AEDT)
No. 4 Derry Express

He’ll need some luck in running from Box 4, but Derry Express has a class edge over most of these rivals and can record another win.

The son of Larkhill Jo has won four of his last eight starts, three of which in particularly slick time, and he was last seen filling the minors here at Wentworth Park, finishing less than a length from the winner.

If he steps well, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:24pm AEDT)
Same Race Multi

Red Hot Mouse has been in outstanding form since debuting and strikes another winnable race at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has had just four starts, winning three times and placing on the other occasion.

There isn’t much value left in her current quote ($1.70 at publish), so I’m instead going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and add the value elsewhere.

Dashing Display and Laurie’s Norris are drawn to receive lovely runs on the inside, so I’m going to select both runners to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Red Hot Mouse (Win)
  • 1 Dashing Display (Top 4)
  • 2 Laurie’s Norris (Top 4)
each way
Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:42pm AEDT)
No. 6 Kasatkina

This looms as one of, if not the most open contest at Wentworth Park tonight, and Kasatkina has claims on winning at a price ($13 at publish).

The daughter of Fernando Bale has continued to improve with racing since resuming, and she is seeking a hat-trick of wins tonight following a couple of eye-catching performances at The Gardens.

She can use her box speed to take up the running, and she’ll be tough to catch over the 280m.