Daily Dogs – Tuesday, August 2

Gosford: Race 4 (8:06pm)
No. 5 Sandave Diamond

Sandave Diamond looks well placed to win at Gosford tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has won four of his last eight starts, placing on two other occasions, and he has really only been undone by poor luck every other time.

He can use his box speed to cross this field and he’ll give them something to chase.

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Gosford: Race 5 (8:30pm)
No. 1 Dylan's Magic

This is one of the more open contests on tonight’s Gosford program and there is a case to be made for several runners, including Dylan’s Magic.

Dylan’s Magic doesn’t win out of turn, but he is capable of a high rating performance on his night, and he has raced well around some above-average chasers this time.

He’s drawn to receive all the favours tonight and we can have an each-way play at the price.

Gosford: Race 7 (9:15pm)
No. 8 Zipping Alabama

Zipping Alabama boasts far better recent form than most of her rivals in the seventh at Gosford tonight and she can return to winning form.

The daughter of Superior Panama has been a strong and consistent performer all prep, winning four of her last eights and placing on the other occasions.

With a clear run from out wide, she will take plenty of beating in something like this.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:35pm)
No. 2 Ebby Jet Power

Ebby Jet Power can record another win at Gosford tonight.

Hee simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race, and Ebby Jet Power has won four of his last seven starts and finished second on two other occasions.

He can lob into a nice spot from Box 2 and will take beating.

Daily Dogs – Monday, August 2

Albion Park: Race 4 (7:48pm)
No. 8 Fernando Blaze

Fernando Blaze will take winning form into the fourth at Albion Park tonight and looks a key winning chance again.

The son of Fernando Bale has improved with each effort recently, culminating in a smart win at this track and trip from a central draw last week.

He’ll need to step well from out wide but if he does, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish.

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:07pm)
No. 4 Champagne Jazzy

Champagne Jazzy is another last-start winner who can record another at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Out Of Range has won two of her last three starts and finishing second on the other occasion, and her form from central draws has been decent.

She can use her box speed to go forward, and she can fight out the finish.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:25pm)
Same Race Multi

Hopeful Bill looks the one to beat in the sixth at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale has been a strong and consistent performer this prep, winning four of her last seven starts, including an utterly dominant effort here last week.

I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Hearts Colliding running into the first three and Ringbark Rage running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Hopeful Bill (Win)
  • 1 Hearts Colliding (Top 3)
  • 8 Ringbark Rage (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 7 (8:48pm)
No. 2 Where's The Star

Where’s The Star is drawn to receive a lovely run in Race 7 this evening and she will take plenty of beating.

The daughter of Blazin’ Bomber recorded consecutive wins over the 520m route at Ipswich last month and has filled the minors at her last two.

She can go forward from Box 2 and will be in this for a long way again.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, August 1

Albion Park: Race 5 (6:54pm)
No. 3 Deb's Desire

She doesn’t win out of turn, but Deb’s Desire looks well placed to strike in the fifth at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Vee Man Vane has been undone by poor luck at her last few appearances, but she has better box speed than the two drawn inside for this contest, and she can go straight to the lead.

With clear passage early, she’ll be tough to catch over the short trip.

Albion Park: Race 7 (7:35pm)
No. 1 Summer's Missile

Summer’s Missile has been a strong and consistent performer this campaign and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed placing at her last four starts, and was unlucky to be pipped late here last week.

She’ll go forward from Box 1 tonight and will give them something to chase.

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Albion Park: Race 8 (7:55pm)
No. 2 Nando Flyer

This is the strongest race on tonight’s program and a chaser like Nando Flyer has claims on winning at a nice price ($6 at publish).

The son of Fernando Bale has won three of his last four starts and enters this contest off the back of a particularly bullish effort under almost identical circumstances.

He maps to go forward, and he’ll be in this for a long way.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, July 31

The Meadows: Race 5 (8:04pm)
Same Race Multi

This shapes as Gypsy Wyong’s race to lose.

Gypsy Wyong has been a strong and consistent performer this prep and has won four of her last six starts, including a dominant effort at this track and distance last week.

I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish, so I’m going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with both Black Hawk Jet and Hushing Dusk running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Gypsy Wyong (Win)
  • 2 Black Hawk Jet (Top 4)
  • 7 Hushing Dusk (Top 4)
The Meadows: Race 6 (8:25pm)
No. 3 Empress Tears

Empress Tears will take winning form into the sixth at The Meadows tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has returned several pleasing efforts recently, and was rewarded for her improving form with a dominant win at Geelong last week.

This is harder, but she broke the clock last time, and a repeat of that would find her hard to beat again.

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The Meadows: Race 7 (8:42pm)
No. 2 Jax Bale

Jax Bale is chasing a hat-trick of wins when he steps out in the seventh at The Meadows tonight and he can win again.

The son of Allen Deed doesn’t know how to run a bad race, but his last two efforts have suggested that he has found peak condition.

He can go straight to the lead from box 2 and he is my best bet on the program.

The Meadows: Race 8 (9:02pm)
No. 6 Bobby The Brute

Bobby The Brute looks well placed to record another win at The Meadows this evening.

The son of Kc And All recorded filled the minors in Group 1 company at the end of her last prep, and he recorded consecutive wins in her first two back this time before overcoming a slow start to finish third here last week.

He will have the benefit of an empty box to his inside for this contest and will be hard to hold out.

Daily Dogs – Friday, July 30

Richmond: Race 5 (8:40pm)
Same Race Multi

Zipping Panama is drawn to receive all of the favours in the fifth at Richmond tonight and he can return to winning form.

The son of Superior Panama recorded consecutive wins in a couple of decent races at Wentworth Park in June, and he has really only been undone by poor luck in the wake.

He can lob into a nice position tonight from the rails, so I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Jen’s Jet running into the first three and Sweet Chicken running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Zipping Panama (Win)
  • 3 Jen’s Jet (Top 3)
  • 7 Sweet Chicken (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 6 (8:59pm)
No. 1 Prim And Proper

Prim And Proper looks well placed to return to winning form at Richmond tonight.

The daughter of Kinloch Brae doesn’t win out of tur, but she also rarely races poorly, and this is probably the easiest task that she has been set for some time.

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

Richmond: Race 8 (9:40pm)
No. 4 Zipping Demand

Zipping Demand will need to step well after drawing Box 4, but I think that he’ll take plenty of beating in Race 8 tonight if he does.

The son of Aston Dee Bee’s recent form has been very good, and he charged in to score over 515m at Bulli two back before only just missing here.

He looks to have a class edge over several of these rivals and he can fight out the finish.

Richmond: Race 9 (10pm)
No. 5 Parisian Roc

He is another chaser who will need early luck after drawing awkwardly, but I still think that Parisian Roc is the runner to beat in the ninth at Richmond tonight.

Parisian Roc has mixed his form a little, but his best efforts have been nothing short of outstanding.

Anything close to his best would be good enough to see him into the finish of this race and I am happy to give him another chance.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, July 29

Sandown Park: Race 3 (6:54pm)
Same Race Multi

This race looks like being Aston Rupee’s to lose.

Aston Rupee has been in typically scintillating form this campaign, and he enters this race in winning form.

He need only step well to win again, so I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi, and build out my bet further with both Run Baba Run and Shadow Mist running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 Aston Rupee (Win)
  • 1 Run Baba Run (Top 4)
  • No 2 Shadow Mist (Top 4)
Sandown Park: Race 5 (7:40pm)
No. 6 Mepunga Ruby

Mepunga Ruby’s recent form has been nothing short of outstanding, and she can record another win in Race 5 at Sandown Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale returned to winning form in impressive fashion here in June and has hardly looked back, winning five of her six subsequent starts, and finishing second on the other occasion.

She need only step well from Box 6 to be in the finish again.

Sandown Park: Race 8 (8:50pm)
No. 1 King Of Calypso

This rates as one of the better contests on tonight’s program at Sandown Park, but it maps beautifully for King Of Calypso and I think he’ll take plenty of beating.

The classy son of Fernando Bale did mix his form a little earlier in his prep, but he returned to winning form at this track and distance two starts back before breaking the clock at Geelong.

He can go forward from Box 1 tonight and he will be in this for a long way.

Sandown Park: Race 11 (10:01pm)
No. 4 Isolating

Isolating looks to have found peak condition and can record another win in the penultimate race at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale has won four of his last five starts, including three in succession leading into this contest.

It’s probably the toughest task that he has been set this month, but it’s very hard to argue with winning form, and with how bullish his performances have been.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, July 28

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

Revolution puts an unbeaten record on the line in the fourth at Ballarat tonight and can win again.

The son of Fernando Bale has only made two appearances at the races so far, but looks to be a star on the rise, winning each with complete ease.

I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Zippy Wiesman running into the first three and Aston Wonder running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Revolution (Win)
  • 8 Zippy Wiesman (Top 3)
  • 6 Aston Wonder (Top 4)
Ballarat: Race 5 (8:18pm)
No. 8 Ivy Isobel

Ivy Isobel has been a strong and consistent performer recently and strikes another winnable race at Ballarat tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has missed placing just once in her last eight starts, winning three times and recording some fast times along the way.

She is a powerful type and should be able to cross the field from out wide.

Ballarat: Race 6 (8:38pm)
No. 6 Fernando's Quest

Fernando’s Quest has returned some eye-catching efforts recently and strikes another winnable race at Ballarat tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale has won two of his last four starts and was unlucky to be checked out of his last race at The Meadows.

His form at this track and trip is good and he needs only even luck to be in the finish again.

Ballarat: Race 7 (8:58pm)
No. 1 Bark Healy

Bark Healy has returned some eye-catching performances recently and looks a nice bit of value in the seventh at Ballarat tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale recorded consecutive wins at Horsham and Sandown Park two and three starts back, and enters this race off the back of a credible third overs 600m at The Meadows.

He can lob into a nice position in transit from Box 1 and can fight out the finish.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, July 27

Gosford: Race 4 (8:06pm)
No. 7 Ibrox Avatar

Ibrox Avatar doesn’t win out of turn, but this does look to be the easiest race that he has contested in some time, and I’m happy to have something on.

The son of Sh Avatar flashed late to finish second behind Zipping Ontario at Wentworth Park three starts back, and he was unlucky to be pipped late here last time.

If he can cross the field from out wide tonight, I think he’ll take a power of beating.

Gosford: Race 5 (8:29pm)
No. 4 Ziggy Stardust

Ziggy Stardust has found outstanding form recently and looks the runner to beat again in the fifth at Gosford tonight.

The son of Fabregas recorded three bullish wins in succession in tougher company than he strikes tonight, and he enters this contest off the back of a close second placing over 520m at Warwick Farm.

If he lands into a good spot from Box 4, he can win again.

Gosford: Race 6 (8:52pm)
No. 1 Dusty Charm

Dusty Charm is drawn to receive all the favours in the sixth at Gosford tonight and can return to winning form.

The daughter of Ando’s Mac hasn’t missed placing at her last seven starts, winning three times and breaking the clock on several occasions.

From Box 1, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again.

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

This shapes as a race in two between Fire On Ice and Ebby Jet Power, and I am eager to have a Same Race Multi.

Fire On Ice has been a model of consistency recently and was unlucky not to win at Richmond last time, while Ebby Jet Power’s form has also been of a typically high standard.

I can’t split them, so I’m going to select both chasers to finish in the first two, and build out my bet further with Fire Legend running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Fire On Ice (Top 2)
  • 3 Ebby Jet Power (Top 2)
  • 7 Fire Legend (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Monday, July 26

Albion Park: Race 4 (7:35pm)
No. 1 Regal Rocky

Regal Rocky is drawn to receive all the favours in the fourth at Albion Park tonight and can return to winning form.

The son of Aston Dee Bee has returned plenty of quality performances recently and found form around some above average chasers, and he has been undone by poor luck more than anything.

He can go forward from Box 1 tonight and will be tough to beat.

Albion Park: Race 5 (7:57pm)
No. 1 Mere Magic

Mere Magic is another chaser whose chances of winning tonight have been enhanced by Box 1.

The daughter of Zambora Brockie recorded consecutive wins at Ipswich last month and has been undone by poor luck at her last three.

She can take up the running tonight and will be tough to catch.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:41pm)
No. 2 Some Idea

Some Idea can return to winning form in the seventh at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Vee Man Vane doesn’t win out of turn, but she too has ultimately been undone by poor luck.

She maps to find a position on the pace tonight and she’ll be in this for a long way.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:21pm)
Same Race Multi

Security Code is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to pull it off.

The son of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing this time, but his last two efforts have suggested that he has found peak condition.

There isn’t much value left in his win quote, so I’m instead going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and pump up my odds with Speedy Jack running into the first three and Good Boy Ivan running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 Security Code (Win)
  • 1 Speedy Jack (Top 3)
  • 5 Good Boy Ivan (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Maturity Classic Final Night Edition

The Meadows: Race 5 (7:58pm)
No. 3 Bobby The Brute

Bobby The Brute has gone to another level recently and strikes another very winnable race at The Meadows tonight.

The son of Kc And All tuned up with a couple of competitive efforts earlier in his prep and has since won five of his last six starts, including four in succession leading into this contest.

He should be able to find clear passage forward from Box 3 and he’ll take plenty of beating again.

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The Meadows: Race 6 (8:19pm)
No. 2 I'm Easy Boys

The Fireball Final looks a beautiful race for I’m Easy Boys and we’re getting a lovely price for him ($6 at publish).

The son of My Bro Fabio has returned many strong efforts and recorded some great results this time, and enters this race off the back of a bullish Heat win, from Box 2.

If he can replicate that performance tonight, he can win again.

The Meadows: Race 8 (8:58pm)
No. 8 Aston Fastnet

I am a big fan of Aston Fastnet and I am happy to stick with him in the Maturity Classic Final.

The son of Kc And All missed a run in the Brisbane Cup after running into trouble in his heat, but bounced back with a dominant win in the consolation race, and returned south for an impressive heat win here last week.

With even luck from out wide, he can record a well-deserved win at the highest level.

The Meadows: Race 10 (9:45pm)
Same Race Multi

Bahati Bale is drawn to receive all the favours in the tenth at The Meadows tonight and can win again.

The daughter of Dyna Villa’s recent results have been mixed, but she has really only been undone by poor luck, and she has finally drawn a marble for this contest.

I’m going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Shima Bolt running into the first three and Black Robin running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Bahati Bale (Win)
  • 2 Shima Bolt (Top 3)
  • 3 Black Robin (Top 4)