Dream Wizard is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out in the sixth at Ballarat tonight and looks capable of claiming it.
The son of Walk Hard has been a strong and consistent performer all prep, but he has gone to another level recently and broke the clock at Sale last time out
If he steps well, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.
Louie Lou has been a strong and consistent performer recently and shapes as the runner to beat again in the seventh at Ballarat tonight.
The son of Se Tali Sundance hasn’t finished worse than second at his last four appearances, winning twice, and he takes a class edge into this contest.
He needs only step well and cross the field to take a power of beating again.
Royal Deed was checked out of his last race at Bendigo, and I am happy to put a pen through the run, but his form prior was excellent, and I am going to give him the chance to bounce back at Ballarat tonight.
The son of Allen Deed recorded three-consecutive wins last month, all in fast time, and he has been freshened since his last-start miss.
He can use his box speed to take up the running and he’ll give them something to chase.
Aston Mireya will take winning form into the ninth at Ballarat tonight and can make it two in a row.
The daughter of Raw Ability has won two of her last four, but her last-start effort at Cranbourne was particularly eye-catching, and she’ll have the benefit of an empty box to her inside for this contest.
I’m going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Merry Lass running into the first two and Flying Hurricane running into the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 4 Aston Mireya (Win)
- 1 Merry Lass (Top 2)
- 8 Flying Hurricane (Top 4)