Show Me Ziway does tend to mix his form, but he looks to have ideal conditions at Ballarat tonight, and I am happy to give him the chance.
The son of Aston Kimetto charged in to score an impressive win at Horsham two starts back, but he missed the jump last time and couldn’t get into the contest.
He’ll have the benefit of an empty box to his inside tonight, and he certainly has the talent to win.
Canya Dig It takes winning form into the sixth at Ballarat tonight and with even luck, he can make it two in a row.
The son of Barcia Bale has been a strong and largely consistent performer throughout his campaign, and he was rewarded again with an eye-catching win at Bendigo last time.
He can use his box speed to overcome the wide draw and make every post a winner.
This is a drop in class for My Mate Eddie and he can return to winning form.
The son of Mepunga Blazer has missed placing only once in his last seven trips to the races, recording a couple of nice wins at Geelong most notably.
He steps out tonight following an impressive run for second at The Meadows last week, and he’s another who can take up the running and lead all the way.
Viking Rebel looks the class runner in Race 9 at Ballarat tonight, and he’ll take plenty of beating again.
The son of Cosmic Rumble has had just five competitive starts, but his maiden win over this route was nothing short of outstanding.
Drawn ideally, I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Cheery Ola Baby running into the first three and Malafon running into the first four.
Our Same Race Multi selections are:
- 2 Viking Rebel (Win)
- 1 Cheery Ola Baby (Top 3)
- 8 Malafon (Top 4)