Nangar Freedom has been a consistent performer this preparation and strikes a winnable race at Wentworth Park tonight.
The daughter of Fernando Bale has missed placing just once in her last six appearances, winning three times and filling the minors from a central box here last time out.
I like that she’s a couple of weeks between runs and she should be able to find a positive position in running tonight from Box 3.
Toby Time will take winning form into the eighth at Wentworth Park tonight and can make it two in a row.
The son of Fernando Bale rarely runs a bad race, but he was particularly dominant over 400m at Richmond last time and simply never looked in doubt.
He can use his superior box speed to go forward from the inside draw and will take catching.
The in-form Ipso Facto will step out in Race 9 at Wentworth Park tonight and I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.
Ipso Facto recorded three dominant wins in succession at Richmond to conclude his last prep, and he stripped fitter for two eye-catching efforts to place since resuming
Fitter again third-up, he’s ready to salute.
Blazing Snap has returned some lovely performances recently and can win again at Wentworth Park tonight.
Another son of Fernando Bale, Blazing Snap has won five of his last eight stars, including a particularly dominant performance over 330m at Richmond last time out.
He’ll be in this for a long way, so I’m going to pick him as the winner in a Same Race Multi.
For value, I’m also going to select Kasatkina to finish in the first three and Super Cute to finish in the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 2 Blazing Snap (Win)
- 3 Kasatkina (Top 3)
- 7 Super Cute (Top 4)