Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 19

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:32pm)
No. 6 Topper McGarrett

Topper McGarrett has continued to improve with racing recently and strikes a winnable one at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of My Bro Fabio doesn’t win out of turn, but his recent efforts have been eye-catching, and his last run for second at this track and distance suggested he is knocking on the door.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his inside and is up to winning.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:52pm)
Same Race Multi

Zambora Zipper has been in strong and consistent form since debuting, and he looks the one to beat in Race 6 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Zambora Brockie has recorded two wins from his six career starts so far, placing on another two occasions, and he should get everything his own way from Box 1 tonight, so I’m going to put him on top of our Same Race Multi.

For value, I’m also going to select Mighty Ethics and Blue Legacy to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Zambora Zipper (Win)
  • 2 Mighty Ethics (Top 4)
  • 4 Blue Legacy (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:15pm)
No. 8 Super Archie

Super Archie has been excellent recently and with even luck from out wide, he can record another win at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has missed a placing just once in his last six starts, winning twice, and he was unlucky to just be pipped late by a good one here last week.

He can slot in behind the early pace tonight and finish over the top of his rivals.

Wentworth Park: Race 10 (9:20pm)
No. 4 Kooringa Lucy

Kooringa Lucy is shooting for her third win in succession at Wentworth Park tonight and looks capable of pulling it off.

The daughter of Fernando Bale did take a few to get going this time, but her last two wins at Casino have been excellent, and both came in particularly slick time.

This is harder, but she’s worthy of her chance and will have the benefit of an empty box on her inside.

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 18

Healesville: Race 6 (12:39pm)
No. 2 Explosive Avatar

Explosive Avatar has been excellent recently, and strikes another winnable contest at Healesville this afternoon.

The daughter of Sh Avatar did take a few to find her best form, but recorded consecutive wins at this track and distance two and three back, before a luckless effort around the bend at Newcastle.

A return to the straight is ideal and she is drawn to receive a lovely run.

Healesville: Race 10 (2:07pm)
No. 6 Aston Camille

Aston Camille was only just pipped on the line last week, and she’ll be tough to catch over the 300m at Healesville this afternoon.

The daughter of Black Magic Opal produced an eye-catching effort to win here three back and while she missed the kick and never got into the contest two starts back, it took a good one to catch her last time out.

She’s rock-hard fit, can go straight to the lead today and I’m happy to stick with her.

Richmond: Race 7 (9:15pm)
Same Race Multi

This looks another winning opportunity for Stanley Road and I am happy to have him on top of a Same Race Multi.

The son of Allen Deed has made just five appearances at the races so far, but he has continued to improve with each effort and has won each of his last two in impressive fashion.

I think that Waging War and Still Blue can also return competitive efforts, so I’m going to select those runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Stanley Road (Win)
  • 4 Waging War (Top 3)
  • 6 Still Blue (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 10 (10:21pm)
No. 2 Monster Pride

Monster Pride has returned some big performances recently and looks the runner to beat in Race 10 at Richmond tonight.

The daughter of Bit Chili flew home from a central box to salute here three back, and she was last seen finishing a close-up second after a slow start from Box 5.

Box 2 is ideal for her tonight, and this looks the perfect opportunity for her to go one better.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, September 17

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:22pm)
No. 3 Let's Go Ozzi

Let’s Go Ozzi has been a model of consistency recently, and he rates as a key winning chance in Race 5 at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Magic Sprite has missed a placing just once in his last five starts, winning twice, and he was last seen storming home from out wide to finish second in a photo at this track and distance.

He can go straight to the lead from Box 3 and will give them something to chase.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:43pm)
Same Race Multi

Farmor Beach will take winning form into Race 6 at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

A son of the legendary Fernando Bale, Farmor Beach simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race, and his win at this track and distance in slick time last week was particularly eye-catching.

He goes on top of tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Magical Hope is drawn to receive a dream run from Box 1, so she goes into the top two, while Tevita Shadow adds value to finish in the top four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 5 Farmor Beach (Win)
  • 1 Magical Hope (Top 2)
  • 8 Tevita Shadow (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 8 (9:28pm)
No. 1 Sonic Boom

Sonic Boom was an impressive winner of a similar race to this one here at Albion Park last week, and he looks well placed to make it two in a row tonight.

The son of Spring Gun has returned several pleasing efforts recently, but his ability to overcome a central draw and traffic to finish over the top of his rivals last week was particularly impressive.

He’s drawn to receive all the favours tonight and can win again.

Albion Park: Race 11 (10:32pm)
No. 6 Solo Mission

Solo Mission will need some early luck after drawing Box 6, but she has returned some lovely efforts recently and looks a winning chance in the last race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Paw Licking has won three of her last five starts, including one at this track and distance, and from this draw.

She can use her good box speed to cross the field from out wide, and she’ll be tough to catch.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, September 16

Wentworth Park: Race 3 (7:46pm)
Same Race Multi

Special Effects is gunning for a hat-trick of wins in the third at Wentworth Park tonight, and she looks well placed to pull it off.

The daughter of My Bro Fabio has returned some big efforts in decent races, but her last two runs have been particularly eye catching and a repeat would see her into the winner’s stall again.

She goes on top of tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Ice Reina will take winning form into this race and looks a competitive chance again, while Tiger Nine adds value to finish in the top four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 Special Effects (Win)
  • 3 Ice Reina (Top 3)
  • 7 Tiger Nine (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:27pm)
No. 1 Pablo Mouse

Pablo Mouse has only made three appearances at the races so far, but she looks a runner of ability and she can win again at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale finished a half-length second on debut at Maitland, recording a comfortable win second-up, but running into traffic early last time and failing to get into the race.

I’m happy to forgive that run and she can atone tonight from Box 1.

Wentworth Park Race 9 (9:49pm)
No. 3 Sabata Raptor

Sabata Raptor has returned some excellent efforts recently and looks a winning chance in the ninth at Wentworth Park tonight, at a nice price.

The daughter of Fernando Bale took a few to find strong and consistent form this campaign, but she has won three of her last four starts, including one at this track and distance, in slick time.

She can go forward from Box 3 and will be hard to run down over 280m.

best bet
Wentworth Park: Race 10 (10:09pm)
No. 1 Cole Sear

Cole Sear has been a strong and consistent performer this campaign and will be tough to beat in the last at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Thirty Talks recorded eye-catching wins over 400m at Richmond three and four starts back, and he was last seen flying home to finish second at this track and distance after missing the start.

This looks the perfect opportunity for him to go one better, and he is my best bet on the program.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, September 15

Lismore: Race 5 (4:27pm)
No. 8 Kingsbrae Kelly

Kingsbrae Kelly has only made one appearance at the races so far, but she was a dominant winner on debut, and I am happy to stick with her in this race.

The daughter of Ando’s Magic went straight to the lead from Box 3 here at Lismore, never appearing in doubt and lengthening in the straight to win by nearly seven lengths.

With natural improvement from that experience, she should take beating again.

each way
Lismore: Race 8 (5:25pm)
No. 1 Demander Valley

Demander Valley will take winning form into the eighth at Lismore this afternoon and can fight out the finish again, at a price ($16 at publish).

The son of My Bro Fabio has mixed his form a little this time, but he has still managed to return some big efforts and results, including his eye-catching win in slick time at Casino last time out.

I concede that he’ll need to be at his very best to beat home the likes of All Hands Off, but we can have a genuine each-way play at his current odds.

Bulli: Race 6 (8:43pm)
No. 8 Stardom

Stardom was an impressive last-start winner and is up to winning again at Bulli tonight.

The son of Dyna Tron has finished worse than second just once in his last eight appearances, winning two out of his last three, including his last-start effort at this track and distance.

He will require some luck from out wide, but he certainly has the talent and form to win.

Bulli: Race 7 (9:03pm)
Same Race Multi

Shima Shine has won each of his last two starts in impressive fashion and strikes another winnable contest at Bulli tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has been an above-average athlete throughout his career and really has gone from strength to strength this time, so he goes on top of our Same Race Multi.

Both Wow and Shetland have also found terrific form recently and are previous winners at this track and distance, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the top two and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Shima Shine (Win)
  • 8 Wow (Top 2)
  • 2 Shetland (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Monday, September 14

Healesville: Race 9 (1:11pm)
No. 8 Luboko

Luboko was an impressive last start winner and looks the one to beat in Race 9 at Healesville this afternoon.

The son of Worm Burner has continued to improve with racing recently, but his last-start effort at this track and distance and in slick time suggested that he has found peak condition.

He can stay away from traffic from out wide and with even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Angle Park: Race 5 (7:55pm)
No. 1 Danyo's Charlie

Danyo’s Charlie is another impressive last start winner that is stepping out today, and he looks the one to beat in the fifth at Angle Park.

Danyo’s Charlie simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race, and he has won three of his last five starts, placing on the other two occasions.

He can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and will be tough to run down over the 338m.

Shepparton: Race 5 (8:23pm)
Same Race Multi

Jannila is unlucky not to have won every start since she made her debut, and she can bounce back into the winner’s stall tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale won four in succession before running third over 425m last week – the first defeat of her career.

She’ll have conditions to suit tonight and she goes on top of our Same Race Multi.

Equalizer needs only even luck to be in the finish, so I’m going to select him to finish in the first three, while Aston Heidi adds value to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Jannila (Win)
  • 7 Equalizer (Top 3)
  • 8 Aston Heidi (Top 4)
Shepparton: Race 10 (10:04pm)
No. 4 Soda Diamond

He might need some early luck from Box 4, but Soda Diamond has been airborne recently and looks a winning chance again in the tenth at Shepparton tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has won five of his last eight starts, finishing second on two other occasions, and he was last seen powering home to score at this track and distance.

He certainly has the runs on the board, he just needs one to open up tonight.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, September 13

Albion Park: Race 6 (7:07pm)
No. 6 Statue Sis

Statue Sis has been excellent since resuming from a spell and she strikes another winnable contest at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Dyna Villa only just missed when half a length second here when resuming, but stormed home to win her two subsequent starts.

She ran into early interference from Box 3 last week and I am happy to put a pen through that run. With even luck, she cam bounce back tonight.

Albion Park: Race 7 (7:27pm)
No. 8 Farmor On Fire

Farmor On Fire has been a strong and consistent performer recently, and he looks the one to beat in Race 7 at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale rarely runs a bad race, but he has certainly gone to another level recently, winning three of his last four, all at this track and distance.

As long as he steps well from out wide, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Albion Park: Race 9 (8:11pm)
No. 1 Barbie's Beach

Barbie’s Beach will take winning form into the ninth at Albion Park tonight, and she rates as a key winning chance again.

The daughter of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed a placing at her last six starts, winning on four occasions, all here at Albion Park.

She can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and she will give them something to chase.

Albion Park: Race 12 (9:09pm)
Same Race Multi

This looks to be a race in two between Myra’s Girl and Roy Baby, so I’m going to place a Same Race Multi.

Myra’s Girl has continued to improve with racing recently, and she flashed home to fill the minors from an awkward draw here earlier this week.

Roy Baby has mixed his form a little, but this looks to be an appropriate drop in class and with even luck from out wide, he should be in the finish.

I can’t split them, so I’m going to select both to finish in the first two.

For value, I’m also going to select Brooklyn Miss to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Myra’s Girl (Top 2)
  • 7 Roy Baby (Top 2)
  • 8 Brooklyn Miss (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 12

Wentworth Park: Race 1 (6:07pm)
No. 3 Miyazaki

Miyazaki has been airborne recently and looks the one to beat in the first race at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale mixed her form a little earlier in her prep, but she has won each of her last four starts in dominant fashion.

She needs only even luck from the draw to be in the finish again.

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:28pm)
No. 1 Vamos Penny

Vamos Penny doesn’t know how to run a bad race, and she strikes another very winnable one at Wentworth Park today.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has missed a placing just once in her last eight appearances, winning five times.

She was never in the contest at Gosford earlier this week, but she flashed home to fill the minors and can stay away from trouble tonight from Box 1.

best bet
Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:09pm)
No. 2 Unreal Ethics

Unreal Ethics has been a model of consistency recently, and he looks the runner to beat in Race 7 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Bella Infrared is another dog stepping out at Wenty Park tonight that has won five of his last eight and missed the placings just once.

He has a superior record at the track and distance than several key rivals and he’s drawn to receive a lovely run.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (8:48pm)
Same Race Multi

Magic Emgrand will take winning form into the penultimate race at Wentworth Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Shima Bar has continued to improve with racing recently, but her last-start effort suggested that she has found peak condition, so I’m going to select her as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Sweet Fire All and In Your Time have drawn to receive lovely runs from the inside, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Magic Emgrand (Win)
  • 1 Sweet Fire All (Top 3)
  • 2 In Your Time (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 11

Healesville: Race 5 (12:17pm)
No. 6 Succession Plan

Succession Plan beat a similar field to the line at this track and distance last time out, and he looks good value in the market to make it two in a row this afternoon ($5.50 at publish).

The son of Banjo Boy has been a consistent performer this campaign, but there’s no doubt that he has continued to improve with racing, and that culminated in his lovely win here last time.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his inside for this contest and I’m happy to stick with him.

Healesville: Race 12 (2:37pm)
No. 8 Man City Boy

Man City Boy hasn’t been seen at the races since February, but he is an above-average athlete and he can make a winning return at Healesville this afternoon.

The son of Barcia Bale returned some typically enormous performances in tougher races than this one during his last preparation, and he does have an excellent record here.

He can stay away from traffic from Box 8 and with even luck, he’ll be in the finish.

Richmond: Race 5 (8:38pm)
Same Race Multi

El Timmy will take winning form into the fifth at Richmond tonight and looks well placed to win again.

The son of Thirty Talks has only made five appearances at the races so far, but he has won twice and placed twice and is clearly a dog on the rise, so I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi.

Satirical is drawn awkwardly (6), but is also a quality runner, so he goes in the top three, while Money Too Tight adds value to run in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 El Timmy (Win)
  • 6 Satirical (Top 3)
  • 1 Money Too Tight (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 6 (8:57pm)
No. 6 Sanctify

Sanctify’s performance in the heat for this race last week was enormous, and I simply have to put him on top of tonight’s Group 3 Richmond Riches Final.

The son of Allen Deed has been a strong and consistent performer this time, but really put the writing on the wall with a fifteen-length triumph here last week.

This is harder, and so too is his draw, but he clearly has the ability and should get a nice cart into the race.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, September 10

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:07pm)
No. 3 Farmor Beach

Farmor Beach has been a model of consistency recently, and he strikes another winnable contest at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale filled the minors of a couple of decent races here at Albion Park three and four starts back, and was rewarded for his form with a dominant win in slick time late last month.

He missed the kick in his last-start effort, but mustered an impressive turn of foot to finish a close-up second, and he can go one-better in this race.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:52pm)
No. 4 Frieda Las Vegas

Frieda Las Vegas has a class edge over her rivals in the seventh at Albion Park tonight, and she can return to winning form.

The daughter of My Bro Fabio relishes racing at this track and distance, and she has recorded two dominant wins in slick time here during the last month.

She needs only even luck in running from the central box to be in the finish, and she might not be offered a better opportunity to win again.

Albion Park: Race 10 (9:59pm)
Same Race Multi

All Aces has returned some enormous performances recently and looks the runner to beat in Race 10 at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Magic Sprite recorded two dominants wins and Bundaberg two and three starts back, but ran into interference almost immediately last time out, and I am happy to put a pen through the run.

I’m going to put her on top of tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Flying September was an impressive last-start winner, while Hard Marker is drawn to receive a lovely run from Box 2, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 All Aces (Win)
  • 4 Flying September (Top 3)
  • 2 Hard Marker (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 12 (10:40pm)
No. 1 Oblivinator

Oblivinator’s chances of winning were all but dashed by an awkward draw last week, but she gets her chance to atone from Box 1 at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Elite State was an impressive winner of a couple of races at this track and distance, and from inside draws two and three starts back.

She’s rock-hard fit and this does look a nice race for her.