Typhoon Tim will take winning form into the fifth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.
The son of Spring Gun was a consistent performer earlier in his campaign, and was rewarded for his improving condition with a dominant win at Lismore earlier this week.
This is harder, but I like that he is on the short back-up, and he looks ideally suited to the conditions.
If she steps well from the potentially awkward draw, Lynney Sure Can can record another win at Albion Park tonight.
The talented daughter of Outa Credit rarely returns a poor effort, but her last performance at this track and distance was particularly impressive.
There doesn’t look to be too much pace drawn in side, and with even luck, she’ll be in the finish.
Hope Sure Can has gone to another level recently and looks the one to beat again in the seventh in Albion Park tonight.
The daughter of Mepunga Blazer tuned up with a couple of good efforts earlier this prep and has subsequently won her last six races, mostly at this track and distance.
There isn’t much value left in her quote, so I am instead going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi, and build out my bet elsewhere.
I’m also going to select Paw King and Fabio Beach to finish in the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 2 Hope Sure Can (Win)
- 3 Paw King (Top 4)
- 8 Fabio Beach (Top 4)
Magical Cyndie looks well suited to the conditions of Race 8 at Albion Park this evening and will take beating.
The daughter of Fernando Bale recorded consecutive wins at this track and distance two and three starts back, and she was last seen finishing a half-length second behind Classy Zoro.
She can go straight to the lead from Box 2 and will give them something to chase.