Daily Dogs – Sunday, September 19

Albion Park: Race 4 (7:27pm)
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Son Of Dalmore is chasing a hat-trick of wins when he steps out at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to pull it off.

The son of Pink Character has continued to improve with racing throughout his prep, but his last two starts suggested that he has found peak condition.

I am going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Exit Plan running into the first three and Mr. Ali running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Son Of Dalmore (Win)
  • 3 Exit Plan (Top 3)
  • 2 Mr. Ali (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 6 (8:07pm)
No. 7 Wingman Dan

Wingman Dan is another runner who is chasing a third-consecutive win when he steps out at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Fast Times has missed placing only once in his last six starts and has proven too good for a couple of decent fields at his last two.

With even luck from the wide draw, he’ll take plenty of beating again.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:29pm)
No. 3 Murphy's Mate

This looks to be one of the stronger races on tonight’s program, but I am confident that Murphy’s Mate will still prove tough to beat.

Murphy’s Mate recorded three wins in succession, all at this track and distance, before finishing a credible fourth here last time after running into traffic.

He maps to go forward from Box 3 tonight and with clear passage, he’ll be hard to beat.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:10pm)
No. 5 Mulgowie Belle

Mulgowie Belle will take winning form into the ninth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Fernando Bale’s recent form has been outstanding, and includes two wins and a close-up second placing from her last four starts.

She has the box speed to overcome the potentially awkward draw, and I am confident that her class edge will take her a long way towards winning.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 18

The Gardens: Race 4 (8:14pm)
No. 1 Earl Of Nabiac

Earl Of Nabiac is drawn to receive all of the favours in Race 4 at The Gardens tonight, and he can return to winning form.

The son of Fernando Bale doesn’t win out of turn, but he also rarely races poorly, and he has finished second in three of his last four appearances.

He won’t have any excuses from Box 1 tonight and this looks his opportunity to strike.

The Gardens: Race 7 (9:17pm)
No. 6 Sheba's Jaffa

She has only made two appearances at the races so far, but it is hard to ignore Sheba’s Jaffa’s last-start win, and she can continue her rise through the grades at The Gardens this evening.

Sheba’s Jaffa needed the run when racing greenly on debut here in July, but she returned from a short break to record an impressive win at this track and distance, and from this draw last week.

I’m confident that run will have only brought her on, and I am happy to stick with her.

The Gardens: Race 9 (9:57pm)
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Battling Mavis looks well placed to record yet another win at The Gardens tonight.

The daughter of Black Magic Opal has been a strong and consistent performer all prep, but her last three efforts, all dominant wins at this track, suggested that she has found peak condition.

I’m going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with both Hello Dream and Burned running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Battling Mavis (Win)
  • 2 Hello Dream (Top 4)
  • 5 Burned (Top 4)
The Gardens: Race 11 (10:39pm)
No. 4 Lately

With even luck from the central box, Lately can strike in the penultimate race at The Gardens tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale charged in to score a dominant win here in fast time two starts back, and he was unlucky to be pipped on the line after leaving from the outside box at Gosford on Tuesday night.

I like that he is on the quick back-up, and he does look to have a class edge over several of these rivals.

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 17

Richmond: Race 6 (8:58pm)
No. 7 Lock Master

Lock Master is chasing a hat-trick of wins when he steps out at Richmond tonight, and he looks capable of pulling it off.

The son of Fernando Bale has won three of his last four starts, and he flashed late to get there in decent company at Gosford last time.

He’ll need to step well from out wide, but he certainly has the ability.

Richmond: Race 8 (9:38pm)
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This shapes as Flighty Fernando’s race to lose.

Son of Fernando Bale has made just four appearances at the races since debuting, but he has noticeably improved with each, and has won each of his last two with something in hand.

He’s drawn to receive all the favours from Box 1 tonight, so I am going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with How Good running into the first three and Lanmor Cutie running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Flighty Fernando (Win)
  • 7 How Good (Top 3)
  • 4 Lanmor Cutie (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 11 (10:35pm)
No. 8 Doonside Hub

Doonside Hub has enjoyed a glittering start to his racing career, and he can record another win at Richmond tonight.

The son of Aston Dee Bee was checked out of his debut race and failed to finish, but his two subsequent efforts have been nothing short of outstanding, and have seem him salute by a combined fifteen lengths.

He can use his box speed to cross and take up the running, and he’ll be in this contest for a long way.

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Richmond: Race 12 (10:50pm)
No. 2 Drink Long Necks

The consistent Drink Long Necks will go around in the last at Richmond tonight, and looks well placed to score.

The son of Fernando Bale has recorded five wins from his last eight trips to the races, placing on the other three occasions and finding form around some quality chasers.

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

Daily Dogs – Thursday, September 16

Angle Park: Race 5 (8:34pm)
No. 2 Withers Monelli

The consistent Withers Monelli rates as a key winning chance in Race 5 at Angle Park tonight.

The talented son of Fernando Bale has found form around some above average chasers recently, and he takes his place in this field off the back of a close-up second placing in a similar contest here a fortnight ago.

He can go straight to the lead from his inside draw, and he will give them something to chase.

Angle Park: Race 6 (8:55pm)
No. 6 She's A Hotshot

The early scratching of Zipping Decoy last left the South Australian Oaks as She’s A Hotshot’s to lose.

She’s A Hotshot has been nothing short of outstanding since debuting, winning four of five career starts so far, and flashing late to win her heat here last week.

This is another rise in class, but she has plenty of upside and can win again.

Angle Park: Race 8 (9:40pm)
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Came And Went is chasing a hat-trick at Angle Park tonight, and he looks the one to beat in the South Australian Derby.

He hasn’t missed placing in his last eight trips to the races, but his last two efforts have suggested that he has found peak condition, and he returned a particularly bullish performance in his heat here last week.

I am going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Gemtree Maximus running into the first three and Arby’s Roger running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Came And Went (Win)
  • 3 Gemtree Maximus (Top 3)
  • 2 Arby’s Roger (Top 4)
Angle Park: Race 10 (10:17pm)
No. 5 Dark Tides

Dark Tides will take winning form into Race 10 at Angle Park tonight and she can strike again.

Dark Tides mixed her form a little earlier in her campaign, but she charged back into the winner’s stall at Murry Bridge in July and has hardly put a paw wrong since.

She’ll have the benefit of an empty box to her outside for this contest and with even luck, she’ll take plenty of beating.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, September 15

Ballarat: Race 5 (8:18pm)
No. 6 Dream Wizard

Dream Wizard looms as a key winning chance in the fifth at Ballarat tonight.

The son of Walk Hard has returned some lovely efforts recently, and he has only just missed in a couple of decent races down the straight at Healesville.

He should relish a return to racing with a bend and he’ll have the benefit of an empty box to his inside for this contest.

Ballarat: Race 7 (8:58pm)
No. 1 Aston Mireya

Aston Mireya has been a strong and consistent performer all prep, and she looms as the chaser to beat in Race 7 at Ballarat tonight.

The daughter of Raw Ability has missed placing only once in her last eight trips to the races, and she charged home to score a dominant win in fast time here two starts back.

She’s drawn to receive all of the favours tonight from Box 1 and she is my best bet on the program.

Ballarat: Race 8 (9:21pm)
No. 6 Royal Deed

Royal Deed is another chaser whose claims on winning have been strengthened by an empty draw materialising to his inside.

Royal Deed has returned some lovely efforts around some good chasers recently, and he takes his place in this field off the back of a close-up second in an almost identical contest, having kept all of his best work for late.

He can slot in behind the early pace again tonight and with clear passage, he can finish over the top.

Ballarat: Race 11 (10:18pm)
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Speedy Blue looks well placed to record another win at Ballarat tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale charged in score a lovely win here two starts back and was only just denied last time after leaving from the outside draw.

I am going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Fernando Alessia running into the first three and Fernando Hope running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Speedy Win (Win)
  • 3 Fernando Alessia (Top 3)
  • 1 Fernando Hope (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, September 14

Gosford: Race 6 (8:38pm)
No. 2 Charming Spirit

Charming Spirit is chasing a third win in succession when he steps out in the sixth at Gosford tonight, and he looks well placed to pull it off.

The son of Fernando Bale has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in consecutive wins at Richmond and here at Gosford.

This is a small rise in class, but he is drawn ideally, and I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:18pm)
No. 1 Minter Fly

Minter Fly has returned some impressive performances recently and looms as the runner to beat again in the eighth at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Blazin’ Bomber has won three of her last six starts, and was particularly impressive over 400m at Richmond two starts back when giving her rivals windburn.

She’ll go straight to the lead tonight and give them something to chase.

Gosford: Race 9 (9:38pm)
No. 1 Bones McCoy

Bones McCoy has been a model of consistency this prep and can return to winning form at Gosford tonight.

The son of Aston Dee Bee charged in to score a dominant win over this route and from this draw late last month, and he hasn’t been far from the winner at his last two.

He too maps to go forward from the inside draw, and he can make every post a winner.

Gosford: Race 11 (10:14pm)
Same Race Multi

This shapes as Ibrox Braveheart’s race to lose.

The son of Bacia Bale has missed placing only once in his last seven starts, winning twice, including a particularly slick effort in a similar race to this one.

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 Torpedo Rose and Miss Batmobile each finishing in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Ibrox Braveheart (Win)
  • 2 Torpedo Rose (Top 4)
  • 4 Miss Batmobile (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Monday, September 13

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Albion Park: Race 5 (8:10pm)
No. 4 Summer's Queen

Summer’s Queen will take winning form into the fifth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Magic Sprite has returned several pleasing efforts recently, but her last-start effort under similar conditions to this was one of the better of her campaign.

She’ll have the benefit of an empty box to her outside for this contest and she can fight out the finish.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:30pm)
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Hara’s Fern looks well placed to strike at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has been a strong and consistent performer throughout her preparation, and charged in to score a dominant win in fast time at Ipswich two starts back.

She’s drawn to receive all of the favours tonight, so I am going to select her as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Brindle Hornet running into the first three and Waikarie Tori running into the first four.

Our Same Race Muti selections are:

  • 1 Hara’s Fern (Win)
  • 8 Brindle Hornet (Top 3)
  • 7 Waikarie Tori (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 7 (8:50pm)
No. 2 Kick Ons

Kick Ons has returned some lovely efforts recently, and he looks a touch of overs in Race 7 at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Magic Sprite has raced well around some above-average chasers recently, and is a multiple winner at this track and distance.

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

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:30pm)
No. 2 Daysea's Joey

Daysea’s Joey looks well placed to make it two in a row at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Paw Licking has returned some eye-catching efforts and won in fast time several times recently, including a dominant effort from out wide here last week.

He can settle closer to the pace tonight from an inside draw and will be hard to hold out.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 11

The Gardens: Race 4 (7:43pm)
No. 1 Melissa's Legend

Melissa’s Legend simply couldn’t have been more impressive on debut, and he can begin his rise through the grades at The Gardens tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale jumped well and went straight to the lead from Box 5 here last week, making every post a winner and recording a smart win.

He can go straight to the lead again tonight and will be tough to catch.

The Gardens: Race 6 (8:21pm)
No. 1 Tiri Levi

Tiri Levi is another chaser whose claims on winning have been enhanced by his drawing of Box 1.

The son of Spring Gun charged in to score an impressive win at Taree who starts back, and he was checked out of his last race almost immediately, which I am happy to forgive.

He’ll go straight to the lead tonight and will give them something to chase.

The Gardens: Race 8 (9:02pm)
No. 6 Battling Mavis

Battling Mavis is chasing a third win in succession when she steps out at The Gardens tonight, and she looks capable of pulling it off.

The daughter of Black Magic Opal has been a model of consistency all prep, but her last two performances, both dominant wins in fast time suggested that she has found peak condition.

If she steps well, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish.

The Gardens: Race 10 (9:35pm)
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Top Quality has recorded three wins from as many starts since debuting, and he looms as the runner to beat again in the tenth at The Gardens tonight.

Top Quality stamped himself as a chaser to follow with an easy win on debut at Newcastle, and he has only improved in two tougher contests in the wake.

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

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Top Quality (Win)
  • 8 Burned (Top 3)
  • 1 Zipping Chanel (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 10

Richmond: Race 6 (5:02pm)
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Zipping Kyrgios looms as the runner to beat in the sixth at Richmond this afternoon.

The classy chaser has been a strong and consistent performer recently, and he takes his place in this field in winning form.

I’m going to select him as the winner in a Same Race Multi and build out my bet further with Arctic Kingdom running into the first three and Royal Emgrand running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Zipping Kyrgios (Win)
  • 2 Arctic Kingdom (Top 3)
  • 3 Royal Emgrand (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 8 (5:45pm)
No. 3 Doonside Andy

Doonside Andy strikes another very winnable race at Richmond this evening.

The son of Aston Dee Bee has missed placing only once in fourteen career starts so far, winning eight times and finding form around some quality chasers.

He maps to go forward tonight, and he will give them something to chase.

Richmond: Race 12 (6:52pm)
No. 2 Malin Beg Millie

Malin Beg Millie is drawn to receive all of the favours in the last at Richmond this evening, and she can return to winning form.

The daughter of Larkhill Jo has typically raced in tougher company than she strikes this week, and she hasn’t enjoyed a whole lot of luck.

She can lob onto the pace in this contest and give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, September 9

Angle Park: Race 4 (8:10pm)
No. 3 Impress Patch

Impress Patch has been a strong and consistent performer this prep and shapes as the runner to beat in Race 4 at Angle Park this evening.

The son of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed placing at his last seven trips to the races, winning four times and finding form around some above average chasers.

He maps to go straight to the lead tonight and he’ll be in this for a long way.

Angle Park: Race 6 (8:55pm)
Same Race Multi

This shapes as a race in two between Came And Went and Gemtree Maximus, and I am eager to have a Same Race Multi.

Came And Went was rewarded for his continually improving condition with a lovely win over this route last week, while Gemtree Maximus is gunning for a fourth win in succession.

I can’t split them, so I am going to select both runners to finish in the top two, and build out my bet further with Canya Storm running into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Came And Went (Top 2)
  • 8 Gemtree Maximus (Top 2)
  • 1 Canya Storm (Top 4)
Angle Park: Race 7 (9:19pm)
No. 1 Mallee Magic

He has made just four appearances at the races so far, but Mallee Magic has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence, and he can record another win at Angle Park tonight.

The son of Worm Burner did plenty wrong on debut and finished down the order, but broke his maiden with ease at Murray Bridge second-up, and has recorded another two dominant wins in the wake.

This is another rise in class, but it does look the next obvious target.

Angle Park: Race 10 (10:21pm)
No. 1 Victa Grosso

Victa Grosso is drawn to receive all the favours in Race 10 at Angle Park tonight and can return to winning form.

The son of Fernando Bale charged in to score an eye-catching win from out wide at Gawler two starts back, and he flashed late to fill the minors in a similar contest last time.

He can take up the running from Box 1 and can make every post a winner.