Daily Dogs – Saturday, May 15

Wentworth Park: Race 4 (7:08pm)
No. 1 Weblec Pearl

Weblec Pearl is drawn to receive a dream run from Box 1 tonight and can return to winning form.

The daughter of Fernando Bale recorded consecutive wins over 400m at Richmond two and three starts back, but was unable to get into her race from out wide here last week, and I am happy to put a pen through that run.

She can go forward tonight and will give them something to chase.

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:32pm)
No. 5 One Smart One

He’ll need luck from the potentially awkward draw, but One Smart One has been a strong and consistent performer recently, and he can certainly win Race 5 at Wentworth Park tonight on ability.

The son of Barcia Bale has enjoyed an impressive start to his race career, winning five of seven starts and finishing second on another occasion.

With even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:54pm)
Same Race Multi

Rev Up Rob has returned some lovely efforts recently and looks the one to beat again in the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight.

Rev Up Rob charged in to score over 450m at Shepparton two starts back, and was unlucky to be pipped late when second from Box 6 here last week.

There isn’t much value left in his win quote, so I am instead going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Mercator Bell running into the first three and Ritza Daniel finishing in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Rev Up Rob (Win)
  • 8 Mercator Bell (Top 3)
  • 2 Ritza Daniel (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 8 (8:29pm)
No. 8 Ivy Conniving

Ivy Conniving will take winning form into the eighth at Wentworth Park tonight and looks up to making it two in a row.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has returned plenty of outstanding efforts this campaign and has found form around some above average chasers.

Her record from out wide is good and I’m confident she has most of these rivals covered for class.

Daily Dogs – Friday, May 14

Richmond: Race 4 (8:15pm)
Same Race Multi

He finished at the tail of the field last time, but I’m still confident that this is Wacky Ethics’ race to lose.

Wacky Ethics has made just five appearances at the races so far, but he looks to have serious talent, and recorded a dominant win at this track and distance two starts back.

He can make his own luck from Box 2, so I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Aspen Park and Rainbow Luck running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Wacky Ethics (Win)
  • 1 Aspen Park (Top 4)
  • 5 Rainbow Luck (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 5 (8:38pm)
No. 3 Classic Reign

Classic Reign has found top gear and can continue her winning run of form through the fifth at Richmond this evening.

The daughter of Fernando Bale continued to improve with each start earlier in her prep, and has been rewarded for her building form with consecutive wins over 330m.

She can go straight to the lead tonight and will give them something to chase.

Richmond: Race 7 (9:15pm)
No. 8 Knockabout Sue

Knockabout Sue can use her box speed to overcome the wide draw, take a forward position in running, and she’ll be tough to catch over the 330m tonight.

The daughter of Don’t Knocka Him has mixed her form a little this time, but her best efforts have been outstanding, and she looks to have a class edge over these rivals.

Richmond: Race 9 (9:55pm)
No. 2 Heart Lines

This is one of the better races of the evening, but I think that Heart Lines looks ideally suited.

Heart Lines charged in to score an impressive win in slick time at Nowra two back, and has simply been undone by poor luck at his last two.

He should receive every chance from Box 2 tonight and I am happy to give him another chance.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, May 13

Sandown Park: Race 5 (7:28pm)
No. 7 Lakeview Walter

Lakeview Walter has been nothing short of outstanding recently, and he can return to winning form in the fifth at Sandown Park tonight.

A son of the legendary Fernando Bale, Lakeview Walker won three races in succession, including the Group 3 The Ambrosoli at Wentworth Park, and he was unlucky to be denied by Dr. Madison here last week.

With even luck from the wide draw, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Sandown Park: Race 6 (7:49pm)
No. 4 Shima Shine

Shima Shine is an above-average athlete, and he can record another win at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale rarely returns a poor effort, and he burnt the clock over 450m two starts back before filling the minors in the Group 2 Warrnambool Cup Final last week.

He looks to have superior box speed to anything that is drawn inside, and he can take a position on pace.

Sandown Park: Race 7 (8:13pm)
Same Race Multi

I think that Fernando Bluey is the one to beat in Race 7 at Sandown Park tonight.

Fernando Blue was checked out of his last race at Wentworth Park, and I am happy to put a pen through the run, and he is so-far unbeaten here at Sandown Park.

He is hovering around the even money mark at publish, but I think that he might firm in from that price, so I’m instead going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with both Jarick Bale and Canya Cruise running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 4 Fernando Bluey (Win)
  • 1 Jarick Bale (Top 4)
  • 7 Canya Cruise (Top 4)
Sandown Park: Race 10 (9:16pm)
No. 6 Zack Monelli

West Australian star Zack Monelli will contest Race 10 at Sandown Park tonight, and I’m confident that his class will take him a long way towards winning.

Zack Monelli has won six of his last eight starts, highlighted by an arrogant triumph in the Group 1 Galaxy at Cannington, and he returned from a short break to fill the minors over 600m last time out.

I’m confident that run has brought him back to his best and this race looks well and truly within his grasp.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, May 12

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm)
No. 6 Line Of Quality

Line Of Quality has been a strong and consistent performer this time, and he strikes another winnable race at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Kinlock Brae has missed placing only once in his last eight trips to the races, and recorded consecutive wins two and three starts back before flashing home for second behind Tatum at Gosford last time out.

I concede that he’ll need luck from the box, but the rise in trip looks ideal and he harbours a class edge over many of these rivals.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 8 One Smart One

One Smart One has enjoyed an impressive start to his racing career and with luck from out wide, he can record another win at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has made six appearances for four wins so far, and he enters this race off the back of an agonizingly close second at Goulburn.

This is probably the toughest task for which he has been set, but he looks to have a very nice future.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:05pm)
No. 3 Culpable Model

Culpable Model ran into trouble almost immediately at Nowra last time out, but she finished off the race well and I am happy to give her another chance at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernadno Bale stormed in to record an easy win two starts back, and a repeat of that effort would see her into the finish of this race.

She can go forward and will give them something to chase.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:28pm)
Same Race Multi

Serious Object has been consistent without winning recently, but this shapes as the perfect race for him, and I am happy to give him another chance.

The son of Oaks Road did put together a couple of nice performances to win at Goulburn in late March/early April, and he has placed in four better races in the wake.

There isn’t a lot of value left in his quote, so I am instead going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Fernado Tree running into the first three and Premier Grant running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Serious Object (Win)
  • 1 Fernando Tree (Top 3)
  • 7 Premier Grant (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, May 11

Gosford: Race 4 (7:58pm)
Same Race Multi

Fontezza will take winning form into the fourth at Gosford tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The son of Swift Fancy rarely runs a bad race, but his last-start effort was particularly slick, and a repeat would see him into the finish again.

There isn’t much value left in his win quote, so I am instead going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi, and build out my bet further with both Above The Rim and Robbie Knows running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 4 Fontezza (Win)
  • 1 Above The Rim (Top 4)
  • 6 Robbie Knows (Top 4)
Gosford: Race 5 (8:18pm)
No. 4 You Know Hill

You Know Hill has found peak condition and strikes another winnable race at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Dyna Double One rarely returns a poor effort, but she has been particularly impressive recently, and won three races in succession at The Gardens before running second, beaten half a length here last week.

She can use her box speed to overcome the central draw and she’ll be tough to catch.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:18pm)
No. 2 Tilted Towers

This looks a lovely race for Tilted Towers, and his claims on winning have been enhanced by his inside draw.

The son of Sh Avatar hasn’t finished worse than second at his last three appearances, and he charged home from a central box to win a decent race at Richmond two starts back.

He can take a position on the pace from Box 2 and with even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish.

Gosford: Race 10 (10:02pm)
No. 4 Brindle Magic

Brindle Magic shapes as the runner to beat in the penultimate contest at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has been nothing short of excellent this campaign, and she has won four of her last seven starts in impressive fashion.

There doesn’t appear to be much speed drawn inside, she can go forward again tonight and will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Monday, May 10

Albion Park: Race 5 (7:58pm)
Same Race Multi

This looms as Barsandi’s race to lose.

Barsandi has returned some lovely efforts in decent races recently, and takes winning form into this contest after saluting under similar conditions here last week.

There isn’t much value left in her win quote, so I am instead going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Georgia Keeping running into the first three and Hard Marker running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Barsandi (Win)
  • 7 Georgia Keeping (Top 3)
  • 3 Hard Marker (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 7 (8:40pm)
No. 2 Remember Col

Remember Col will need to be at his best to overcome the likes of Oxley Surround and Canaveral, but I think that this race looks perfect for him, and I’m keen to take the price.

The son of Magic Sprite has returned some lovely efforts this campaign and has missed placing only a couple of times in his last eight starts.

He can go straight to the lead from Box 2 and will give them something to chase.

Albion Park: Race 8 (8:57pm)
No. 2 Bella Mafia

The talented Bella Mafia will go around in the eighth at Albion Park tonight and can record another win.

Bella Mafia has been a strong and consistent performer this campaign and hasn’t finished worse than second at her last eight starts, winning on three occasions, twice at this track and trip.

She’s drawn to receive all of the favours and I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish.

Albion Park: Race 10 (9:34pm)
No. 1 Mali's Missile

Mali’s Missile is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out in the tenth at Albion Park tonight and he looks well placed to pull it off.

The son of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in a couple of lovely wins at Ipswich.

This is a small step up in class, but he should receive every chance from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, May 9

Sale: Race 4 (6:04pm)
Same Race Multi

Luca’s Jebrynah is undefeated in three starts with his last win coming by a big margin over this track and trip last week.

Golden Skyrocket loves the 440m at Sale with two wins and as many placings on the board from five starts.

Two Pars has been a very consistent customer since he debuted last November and has also found the money in nine of his 16 starts. He seems to be working towards another win.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

No. 6 Luca’s Jebrynah (Win)

No. 4 Golden Sky Rocket (Top 3)

No. 5 Two Pars (Top 4)

Sale: Race 5 (6:23pm)
No. 4 Claydon

Claydon can take improvement into his second-up assignment after finishing strongly for second last week over the same course and distance.

The son of Bernado has found the money in five of his eight stats over this trip, with his best coming in a time of 29.51 seconds here at Sale.

With an empty box next-door, he rates well.

best bet
Sale: Race 8 (7:23pm)
No. 6 Aston Rosa

Aston Rosa is a proven performer over this course and trip with three wins and as many placings on the board.

The daughter of Fernando Bale returned a place in her last start at Warragul over 400m and should appreciate getting back out to her preferred distance where she’s won six times previously.

Sale: Race 11 (8:28pm)
No. 7 Dr Knuckles

Dr Knuckles has returned to work in great order and does appear over the odds at time of publish.

The two-year-old by Bella Infrared won narrowly at Warragul first-up from a spell before going on to run fourth in his last two starts over this track and distance.

He’s a seven-time winner over 440m, six of which have come at this venue.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, May 8

The Meadows: Race 5 (8:00pm)
No. 1 Crackerjack Dirt

Crackerjack Dirt has drawn to get all the favors in Box 1 after winning from an identical draw over the course and distance on Wednesday.

The son of Cutting Edge has won twice now over this trip and has plenty of fitness on his side after racing in some competitive races at Geelong two weeks ago.

After winning by 2.5L earlier in the week, the current $5.50 quote looks great value.

The Meadows: Race 7 (8:43pm)
Same Race Multi

Koblenz won by 1.5L over this track and trip last week and looks more than capable of claiming his hat-trick with plenty of early speed from the inside draw.

Invictus Rising is the logical danger as he too shoots for three in a row after winning over the track and distance by a big margin last week.

Well Grounded owns a 29.86 second PB over this course and trip and was third to Invictus Rising in that same race.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

No. 1 Koblenz (Win)

No. 3 Invictus Rising (Top 3)

No. 2 Well Grounded (Top 3)

best bet
The Meadows: Race 8 (9:02pm)
No.2 Radek Bale

Radek Bale has been tough to fault over the last month with three wins from his last four starts.

The two-year-old finished six lengths second over this track and trip two weeks ago, but I think that was the hit-out he needed rising in trip.

Fitter now and with a gap between runs, he looks tough to beat.

The Meadows: Race 11 (10:07pm)
No. 4 Jackpot

Jackpot was a clear winner here last week gapping his rivals by four lengths over the track and trip.

He’s drawn to go on with it in this small field and it helps knowing he’s scored a win second-up previously.

His win last week came in a strong time of 30.03 seconds, so he should be bursting through late.

Daily Dogs – Friday, May 7

Bendigo: Race 4 (3:58pm)
No. 3 Rockin’ Rosie

Rockin’ Rosie was the clear winner at Sandown on Sunday over shorter and she does look well-placed here to go on with it.

The daughter of Barcia Bale won over this track and trip five runs back in a speedy time of 38.33 seconds, while she’s also drawn to get a lovely run on-speed from Box 3.

This is tougher, but her recent form is hard to fault.

Bendigo: Race 7 (4:59pm)
Same Race Multi

Hazey Roy is a two-time course and distance winner and comes into this contest with winning form.

Pay The Prince has work to do from out wide, but if he can get to the front early he should be in this for a long way.

Guani Outlaw loves this distance and was a comfortable winner two back at Warragul. Looks ready for the rise in trip now and has most of these covered for early speed.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

No. 5 Gunai Outlaw (Win)

No. 2 Hazey Roy (Top 3)

No. 8 Pay The Prince (Top 4)

best bet
Bendigo: Race 9 (5:42pm)
No. 1 Colonel Diesel

Colonel Diesel won well two-back at Warragul and was far from disgraced in his first look at 425m last week running fourth.

He’s won four of his seven starts so far in his career and has drawn to get all the favours from the inside.

Looks hard to beat.

Bendigo: Race 10 (6:09pm)
No. 5 Eagle Boy

Eagle Boy went on a winning streak back in March rattling off a hat-trick in three starts at this venue.

He was back in the winner’s stall two weeks ago with a 2.5L win over this track and trip and looks capable of going on with it again.

He likes to get back and run on, so look for him late.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, May 6

Sandown Park: Race 2 (6:34pm)
No. 5 Sierra Foxtrot

Sierra Foxtrot claimed his hat-trick last week at Warragul over shorter and appears to be wanting further now.

The lightly-raced son of Aston Dee Bee hasn’t raced at this venue before, but he appears as though he has enough early speed to run a few of these ragged out of the box.

Last week saw him win in a time of 25.64 and anything close to that again will make him hard to beat.

best bet
Sandown Park: Race 4 (7:13pm)
No. 1 Assassinate

Assassinate looks tough to beat in this field if he can roll forward and run the race on his own terms.

He’s a two-time track and distance winner and is also coming off a comfortable three-length win last week at this venue.

Should prove tough to run down from the inside box.

Sandown Park: Race 7 (8:22pm)
Same Race Multi

Tyler Durden had his chances at four in a row denied last week at Bendigo, but he does look capable of atoning here dropping back in distance.

It’s Not Fun scored a narrow victory here last week over the course and distance and looks capable of going on with it now with plenty of fitness and consistency on her side.

Father Phevos won two back over this track and distance before struggling from the wide alley last week. He’s drawn to improve.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

No. 2 Tyler Durden (Win)

No. 1 Father Phevos (Top 3)

No. 8 It’s Not Fun (Top 4)

Sandown Park: Race 10 (9:28pm)
No. 4 Keep It Blue

Keep It Blue is a proven performer over this trip with two wins and four placings on the board.

He’s been out of the money in each of his last five starts, but he did show some real improvement for fourth here last week over the same distance.

This is much easier company and he should be doing his best work late.