Shian Ned will take winning form into the fourth at Albion Park tonight and can make it two in a row.
The son of Mepunga Blazer has continued to improve with each start since his debut in June, and he was rewarded for his improving condition with a maiden win here last week.
This is harder, but he looks ideally suited to the conditions.
Emma Cairn Do’s form has been nothing short of outstanding recently, and she strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.
The daughter of Fernando Bale has won five of her last six starts, placing on the other occasion, and she recorded a particularly bullish victory here on Wednesday.
Her form from central boxes is good and she needs only even luck to be in the finish again.
This looks to be a race in two between Hope Sure Can and Hope’s Heist, and I am eager to have a Same Race Multi.
Hope Sure Can charged home to score an impressive win over some above average chasers last time, while Hope’s Heist is seeking a fourth win in succession.
I can’t split them, so I am going to select both runners to finish in the first two, and build out my bet further with Tuta Time running into the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 7 Hope Sure Can (Top 2)
- 8 Hope’s Heist (Top 2)
- 2 Tuta Time (Top 4)
Abel Johny looks up to winning a fourth race in succession when he steps out in the ninth at Albion Park tonight.
The son of Barcia Bale mixed his form a little earlier in his prep, but returned to wining form here earlier this month and simply hasn’t looked back, recording some impressive results.
He’ll need to step well, but he has won from this draw recently and I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.