Hank The Hustler is drawn ideally in the first at Wentworth Park tonight, and I think that he is over the odds at around the $6 mark.
Hank The Hustler has continued to improve with racing recently, and he only just missed after flashing home from out wide at The Meadows last week.
I concede that he will need to be at his best to beat home the likes of Stanley Road, but I am confident that he will be.
Bandit Ned is drawn to receive all of the favours in the fourth at Wentworth Park tonight, and he will take plenty of beating.
The son of Fernando Bale has returned some eye-catching performances in strong company recently, and he has really only been undone by poor luck.
I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi tonight, and build out my bet further with Zipping Conway running into the first three and Qwara Bale running into the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 1 Bandit Ned (Win)
- 4 Zipping Conway (Top 3)
- 8 Qwara Bale (Top 4)
Do It boasts a class edge over his rivals (and most chasers in Australia currently), and I am confident that he will bounce back into winning form at Wentworth Park tonight.
The talented son of Fernando Bale recorded consecutive and easy wins at Sandown Park and Hobart three and four starts back, before only just missing in Group 1 company.
He steps out tonight following a luckless run at Sandown Park, and he maps to receive a nice run in transit.
Zipping Kyrgios is chasing a hat-trick when he takes his place in this Paws Of Thunder heat, and I think he’ll pull it off.
The son of Aussie Infrared has been a strong and consistent performer throughout his campaign, but his last two efforts have suggested that he has found top gear, and included a bullish win in Group 2 company.
He can go forward tonight and will be tough to beat once more.