Daily Dogs – Tuesday, July 7

Gosford: Race 3 (7:38pm)
No. 1 Smokey Bacon

Smokey Bacon has been a model of consistency recently and strikes a winnable race at Gosford this afternoon.

The classy son of Keybow hasn’t missed a place in his last six appearances and tends to race far better from an inside draw – his last win coming from Box 2 at this track and distance last month.

He can take up the running and will give them something to chase.

Gosford: Race 6 (8:38pm)
No. 4 Trendy Ethics

Trendy Ethics has returned some pleasing performances recently and looks the runner to beat in Race 6 at Gosford tonight.

The son of Bella Infrared mustered an eye-catching turn of foot to win in slick time at Goulburn two back before filling the minors from out wide here last week.

With even luck from the central box, he can fight out the finish again.

Gosford: Race 7 (8:58pm)
No. 1 Rivergum Gem

Rivergum Gem has drawn a peach in Box 1 and will take beating.

The daughter of Rivergum Drive has been a strong and largely consistent performer this time and returned a particularly smart effort at The Gardens two back, before running third here last week.

She should be able to find an on-pace position relatively easily and will be hard to run down.

Gosford: Race 9 (9:38pm)
Same Race Multi

Laurie’s Flyer is primed for a return to winning form and will have the benefit of an empty box on his inside for his run in the last at Gosford tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race and I think this looks the perfect contest for him, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other one that has caught my eye is last-start winner Lanmore Cash.

This is a rise in class, but she’s found top gear and adds great value to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Laurie’s Flyer (Win)
  • 8 Lanmore Cash (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Monday, July 6

Albion Park: Race 4 (7:43pm)
No. 2 Call Me Wisdom

Call Me Wisdom has been unlucky not to have won either of his last two starts and should be able to use his decent box speed to go straight to the front tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale flew home from out wide to only just miss two back and ran into the handy Isnt She Special again, last time out.

There is no runner of that quality in this field and he can break back into the winner’s stall.

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:02pm)
No. 7 Dynamo Waz

Dynamo Waz has been airborne recently and looks the one to beat in Race 5 at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Dyna Double One rarely returns a poor effort, but it is fair to say that he has gone to another level of late and has won each of his last three starts, all in slick time.

He needs only even luck from out wide to be in the finish again.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:43pm)
Same Race Multi

Marske has been in fine form recently and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has won four of his starts, placing on another occasion, and was last seen recording the best win of his career at this track and distance.

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

The other’s that have caught my eye here at Hope’s King and Barcol Boy, so I’m also going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 5 Marske (Win)
  • 2 Hope’s King (Top 3)
  • 8 Barcol Boy (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 9 (9:20pm)
No. 1 Farmor No Fear

Farmor No Fear hasn’t been able to get into the contest at her last two starts, but her form prior was excellent, and I am happy to give her another chance from Box 1 tonight.

The daughter of Magic Sprite recorded consecutive wins here three and four starts back and a repeat of either effort would probably just see her winning again.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, July 5

Albion Park: Race 5 (7:53pm)
No. 1 Smashniak Jelly

Smashniak Jelly has only made three appearances at the races so far, but she is clearly a dog of ability and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Thirty Talks recorded two dominant wins when debuting last month and was last seen flying home to finish second from out wide here, last week.

Fitter fourth-up and from the good draw, she’ll take a power of beating.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:17pm)
No. 2 Maywyn's Zephyr

Maywyn’s Zephyr has been a model of consistency recently and looks a winning chance in Race 6 at Albion Park.

The son of Banjo Boy doesn’t win out of turn, but he’s also missed a place only once in his last eight starts and was last seen finishing second behind the talented Farmor Watch You.

He’s rock-hard fit and will have conditions to suit.

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Albion Park: Race 7 (8:39pm)
No. 1 Back Play

There are a few good ones engaged for a start, but back play has drawn a peach in Box 1 and looks over the odds to win ($7 at publish).

The son of Paw Licking has returned some bold efforts recently, including a dominant win in slick time here two starts back.

I concede that he’ll need to be at his best, but he has genuine claims and I am happy to have a play at the price.

Albion Park: Race 10 (9:38pm)
Same Race Multi

This shapes as one of, if not the most open race on tonight’s Albion Park card and there is a case to be made for several, so I’m eager to have a Same Race Multi.

Sweet Kaos hasn’t been seen at the races since January, but has a class edge over a lot of these and is up to a big performance fresh. He goes into the first two.

Otherwise, Mamma’s Boy was an impressive last-start winner, I’m just a little wary of his drawing of Box 6 tonight, so I’m also going to select him to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Sweet Kaos (Top 2)
  • 6 Mamma’s Boy (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Saturday, July 4

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:30pm)
No. 8 Pearl Of Tahiti

Another Saturday, another great race for Pearl Of Tahiti at Wentworth Park.

The daughter of Dyna Double One simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race, winning three of her last five and placing on the two other occasions.

She can track the early leaders from out wide tonight and with even luck, finish over the top.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:07pm)
No. 6 Spring Barty

Spring Barty has gone to another level recently and strikes another winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has always been an above average runner, but is yet to taste anything but success in her two starts back from a spell and will only improve here.

She’ll have the benefit of an empty box on her inside and is primed to win.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (8:32pm)
Same Race Multi

This is an excellent race with several key winning chances, so I’m going to have a Same Race Multi.

All Hands Off and Forners Flame were both impressive last-start winners and I can’t find a reason why both can’t replicate their efforts in this, so I’m going to select them both to finish in the first two.

The other one with appeal is Nangar Silk, I’m just wary of her wide draw, so she also goes in to run in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 All Hands Off (Top 2)
  • 4 Forners Flame (Top 2)
  • 8 Nangar Flash (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 9 (8:52pm)
No. 7 Vamos Penny

Vamos Penny puts an unbeaten record on the line in the penultimate race at Wentworth Park tonight and can continue her rise through the grades.

Two wins from as many starts is how the ledger reads so far, but she probably couldn’t have been more impressive – winning by a combined six lengths.

As long as she handles the wide draw, she should be fighting out the finish again.

Daily Dogs – Friday, July 3

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

This shapes as one of the most open races on tonight’s card and I’m eager to have a Same Race Multi.

Legacies has finished second at each of his last three starts but will need to overcome Box 8, so I’m going to select him to finish in the first three.

Parallel Reality and Half Mask are drawn to receive the gun runs from Boxes 1 and 2, so I’m going to select both to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Legacies (Top 3)
  • 1 Parallel Reality (Top 4)
  • 2 Half Mask (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 8 (9:38pm)
No. 1 Isaac's Spirit

Isaac’s Spirit has shown outstanding ability since debuting and looks the one to beat in Race 8 at Richmond tonight, particularly having drawn Box 1.

The son of Hay Fergus has recorded three wins and a close-up second from only five career starts so far, and he is seeking a hat-trick tonight following a couple of dominant performances here at Richmond.

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

Richmond: Race 10 (10:19pm)
No. 7 Caviar Quality

Caviar Quality will take winning form into the tenth at Richmond tonight and can make it two in a row.

The daughter of El Grand Senor has actually been in terrific form for a while and has won three of her last four starts, two in particularly slick time.

She generally races well from out wide and is up to winning.

Richmond: Race 11 (10:34pm)
No. 1 Latent Energy

Latent Energy is another runner that has found top gear recently and who will take beating at Richmond tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has missed a place only once in her last eight appearances and is also seeking a hat-trick when she steps out tonight.

I concede that she’ll need to be at her best, but she’ll have conditions to suit.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, July 2

Albion Park: Race 1 (6:39pm)
Same Race Multi

Mayoress has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence since debuting in June and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale filled the minors at each of her first two career starts and has since won two, so I’m going to select her as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye in this contest are Engage and Proper Twelve, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Mayoress (Win)
  • 3 Engage (Top 4)
  • 5 Aristocratic Gal (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 6 (8:25pm)
No. 2 Blazing Cartier

Blazing Cartier has been in excellent form recently and looks a winning chance in tonight’s Group 1 Queensland Cup Final.

The daughter of My Bro Fabio recorded consecutive wins in slick time in Victoria two and three starts back and arrived in Brisbane last week to finish second in her heat, two and a half lengths away from Classy Ethics after leaving from Box 8.

An inside draw is ideal for her and with appropriate luck, she’ll be hard to hold out.

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Albion Park: Race 8 (9:13pm)
No. 4 Hooked On Scotch

Hooked On Scotch is one of the country’s most talented chasers and he is up to winning tonight’s Group 1 Brisbane Cup Final, at a lovely price.

The son of Barcia Bale rarely returns a poor effort and has saluted in five of his last eight starts, including a comfortable triumph in his heat here last week, from Box 6.

He is more than capable of winning from any draw and I think that his class will take him a long way towards winning again.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:37pm)
No. 8 Magical Bill

Magical Bill hasn’t been able to get into the race at his last two appearances, but his form prior was outstanding, and I am happy to give him another chance at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale won six in succession leading into his last two starts, four in particularly slick time.

The last time that he left from Box 8, he proved far too good for his rivals here, and anything close to that effort would see him winning again.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, Jul

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Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm)
No. 8 Babel

This is a decent race, but Babel rarely runs poorly and looks a winning chance at around the $10 mark.

Babel has missed a place only twice in his last seven appearances and was last seen recording a dominant win in slick time over 440m at Goulburn.

This is a rise in class, but the wide draw suits and he has genuine claims.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 3 Eagle Rock

Eagle Rock was also an impressive last-start winner and he strikes another winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has only had four career starts so far, but he is yet to run a bad one and there is no doubt that his most-recent effort was the best of his career so far.

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

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:05pm)
Same Race Multi

Ritza Coen has returned some lovely performances recently and looks tough to beat at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Collision was an impressive winner here from Box 1 two back before another quality effort saw him finish only a couple of lengths from the winner last time out.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside for this, so I’m going to pick him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye are Nangar Kash and Zipping Ivy, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 4 Ritza Coen (Win)
  • 1 Nangar Kash (Top 3)
  • 7 Zipping Ivy (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:49pm)
No. 4 Ferrari Blaster

Ferrari Blaster has gone to another level recently and will take beating in Race 9 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Zabdon Ferrari took a couple to find strong and consistent form, but his last two efforts have both been particularly eye-catching, including one at this track and distance last week.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside and can complete the hat-trick.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, June 30

Ipswich: Race 6 (5:19pm)
No. 2 Kuranya

Kuranya will take winning form into the sixth race at Ipswich this afternoon and can make it two in a row.

The daughter of Dyna Double One did take a few to get going this time, but her last-start effort at this track and distance and from a central draw suggested that she has found peak condition.

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

Ipswich: Race 7 (5:38pm)
No. 1 Winning Light

Winning Light has been racing extremely well recently and will take beating at Ipswich this afternoon.

The daughter of Cosmic Rumble was an impressive winner in decent company at Albion Park three back and has raced well to finish second at her last two.

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

Gosford: Race 8 (9:36pm)
No. 5 Benji Buttons

Benji Buttons doesn’t know how to run a bad race and strikes a winnable one at Gosford tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed a place at his last eight appearances, winning three times, and he was last seen filling the minors in a better race at Richmond.

He needs only even luck from the box to be in the finish.

Gosford: Race 10 (10:19pm)
Same Race Multi

Seymour Ando’s rarely runs a bad race but will be particularly hard to beat at Gosford tonight after drawing Box 1.

The son of Ando’s Mac flew home to finish a close-up second at his last start and should be able to control this one from the draw, so I’m going to select him to win tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye here at Trbojevic and Texas Target, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Seymour Ando’s (Win)
  • 2 Trbojevic (Top 3)
  • 4 Texas Target (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Monday, June 29

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Albion Park: Race 5 (8:06pm)
No. 1 All Aces

All Aces has a class edge over the majority of her rivals at Albion Park tonight and will take beating.

The daughter of Magic Sprite was an impressive winner from a central draw here two back and was last seen finishing fourth in a far tougher race.

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

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:24pm)
Same Race Multi

Major Rose will enjoy a drop in class into the sixth at Albion Park tonight and looks ready to win.

The son of Magic Sprite has returned some nice efforts recently and track home well to fill the minors in a tougher race here last time. I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that look a nice bit of value are Hara’s Olaf and Girl Like Her, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Major Rose (Win)
  • 3 Hara’s Olaf (Top 3)
  • 1 Girl Like Her (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 8 (9:05pm)
No. 1 Dynamo Waz

Dynamo Waz has gone to another level recently and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Dyna Double One has won three of his last four races, including each of his last two in particularly slick time.

The early scratching of Special Cyndie is a big help and he’ll take plenty of beating from Box 1.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:21pm)
No. 1 One Mumma

One Mumma has returned some pleasing efforts recently and is up to winning the last at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Dyna Double One has been a largely consistent performer, missing a place just once in her last seven appearances.

This is a decent field, but her drawing of Box 1 should give her every opportunity to win.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, June 28

Sandown Park: Race 5 (6:19pm)
Same Race Multi

Manila Knight has returned some enormous performances recently and strikes another very winnable race at Sandown Park this evening.

The son of Barcia Bale was checked out of his most-recent race, in what was a performance that I am more than willing to forgive, and his performance and win at Cranbourne the week prior couldn’t have been more impressive.

He goes on top in our Same Race Multi.

The other two that I think can run a race at Twin Pick and Shanlyn Rob, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Manila Knight (Win)
  • 4 Twin Pick (Top 3)
  • 6 Shanlyn Rob (Top 4)
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Sandown Park: Race 7 (7:03pm)
No. 6 Shanlyn Charlott

Shanlyn Charlott will relish a drop in class at Sandown Park tonight and can return to winning form.

The daughter of Dyna Double One doesn’t win out of turn, but she has typically stepped out in tougher races than this and flew home to finish a couple of lengths from the winner at The Meadows last week.

She’ll have the benefit of an empty box on her inside and will take beating.

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Sandown Park: Race 9 (7:48pm)
No. 1 Hostile Savage

This is a rise in class for Hostile Savage, but he’s returned some bold efforts recently and looks an each-way chance ($7.50 at publish).

The son of Hostile has won two of his last four starts, including one in particularly slick time at Warrnambool and he was last seen running on well from the awkward Box 5 to finish fourth over 485m.

He should be able to find a handy position just behind the pace of Aston Prestige and is up to something of this quality.

Sandown Park: Race 11 (8:33pm)
No. 4 Stirling Lights

Stirling Lights is capable of an enormous performance under the right conditions and I think he’ll get them at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Aston Bolero was a dominant winner from a central box at The Meadows two back and was caught behind a couple of runners when fourth last time out.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his outside for this and will be hard to catch.