Daily Dogs – Wednesday, June 17

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm)
No. 7 Sunset Bourbski

Sunset Bourbski has been a model of consistency recently and strikes another winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale took a few to get going earlier in her preparation, but mustered a lightning turn of foot to score a dominant win at Ballarat three back, arriving in New South Wales for consecutive second-placings at Richmond and here at Wentworth Park.

As long as she crosses the field, she’ll take beating.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 8 Green Siren

Green Siren will take winning form into the sixth race at Wentworth Park tonight and can continue his rise through the grades.

The son of Kinloch Brae has only made three appearances at the races so far, but has improved noticeably with each, culminating in a dominant win in slick time at Gosford last time out.

Any improvement on that effort would just see him winning again.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:07pm)
Same Race Multi

There is a pretty clear standout top pick in Race 7 at Wentworth Park tonight and it will take a herculean effort for something to beat Utah Express.

The son of Barcia Bale has made only four appearances at the races so far, but has won on three occasions, all in very fast time, so I’m going to pick him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

I think Grand Carter will get a nice run on the speed from Box 2, and Rodger Bullet has claims on running a place, so I’m going to select those two dogs to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 Utah Express (Win)
  • 2 Grand Carter (Top 4)
  • 8 Rodger Bullet (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:30pm)
No. 2 Mottza

Mottza rarely runs a bad race and can return to winning form at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed a place at his last eight appearances, winning on four occasions, and interestingly the last time that he left from Box 2, he was a smart winner at Richmond.

Looking for a similar performance tonight.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, June 16

Gosford: Race 4 (8:06pm)
Same Race Multi

Going for a Same Race Multi with a couple of runners in Race 4 at Gosford this evening.

Art Royal has mixed his form a little recently but has still managed to return some big efforts and results.

I think that he is more than capable of finishing in the first two, while the conditions should suit the consistent Loch Me, who looms as a double-figure chance of winning at publish.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Art Royal (Top 2)
  • 1 Loch Me (Top 4)
Gosford: Race 7 (9:14pm)
No. 6 How's It Beauty

How’s It Beauty will take winning form into the seventh at Gosford tonight and looks capable of making it two in a row.

Her overall form recently has actually been outstanding, and she has won four of her last five starts, two in particularly slick time.

She needs only appropriate luck in running to be in the finish again.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:34pm)
No. 7 Luchador

Luchador is another impressive last-start winner primed for a big performance at Gosford tonight.

The son of Magic Sprite rarely returns a flat effort and has won three of his last five starts, placing on another of those occasions.

He has raced well from out wide previously and if he successfully crosses the field, he’ll be hard to run down.

Gosford: Race 11 (10:38pm)
No. 4 Fast Car Driving

Fast Car Driving has been a model of consistency recently and is primed for another big effort.

The son of KC And All mustered an electric turn of foot to salute over 400m at Richmond two back before hitting the line from out wide to finish second at Wentworth Park.

He’s rock-hard fit and will have the benefit of an empty box on his inside for this contest.

Daily Dogs – Monday, June 15

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Albion Park: Race 5 (8:04pm)
No. 4 Ricolina Girl

Ricolina Girl faces a small rise in class at Albion Park tonight, but she was an impressive winner at this track and distance last time out and looks a touch of overs at her current price ($12 at publish).

The daughter of Bella Infrared has returned some lovely efforts recently and importantly, has raced well from a central draw.

I had her priced at around the $7 mark and I’m happy to have something on each-way at these odds.

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Albion Park: Race 7 (8:44pm)
No. 2 Charming Chaos

This looks a nice drop in class for Charming Chaos and he appears to have a lot in his favour at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Cosmic Rumble hasn’t been seen at the races since January, but he returned some excellent efforts last time in and stepped out in Group 1 company.

He generally races well fresh and can make a winning return.

Albion Park: Race 9 (9:29pm)
Same Race Multi

This is one of the better races on tonight’s card at Albion Park and there is a case to be made for several.

For mine, the winner looks like coming from either Where’s The Lady or Hope’s Heist, both of whom have been in enormous form recently, so I’m going to select both to finish in the first two.

The other one that has caught my eye is Tee Be Good, so he also goes in to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi tips are:

  • 2 Where’s The Lady (Top 2)
  • 8 Hope’s Heist (Top 2)
  • 1 Tee Be Good (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 10 (9:48pm)
No. 1 Exclusive Chloe

Exclusive Chloe has been racing well without a whole lot of luck this time and she should be given every chance at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Collision tracked home nicely to fill the minors at her last two starts and she probably won’t be offered a better opportunity to win than this.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, June 14

Sandown Park: Race 5 (6:12pm)
No. 1 Bodhi's Bro Kai

Bodhi’s Bro Kai has recorded two wins in succession and looks well placed to pull off the hat-trick at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of El Grand Senor flew home to only just miss over the 460m at Geelong three back, but proved far too good for his rivals at Warragul at his last two starts.

This is another rise in class, but he’s rock-hard fit and drawn to receive every chance again.

Sandown Park: Race 6 (6:32pm)
No. 6 Twin Pick

Twin Pick was a dominant winner at his most recent effort and looks capable of making it two in a row at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing recently, but his most recent effort from out wide at The Meadows was particularly dominant and a repeat would see him winning again.

Sandown Park: Race 7 (6:54pm)
No. 2 All Show

All Show has returned some enormous performances at Sandown Park and looks up to winning tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale mustered a lightning turn of foot to score from out wide here two back and I am happy to forgive his most-recent run, as he wasn’t able to get into the race.

From the inside draw, he can make all of his own luck tonight.

Sandown Park: Race 11 (8:07pm)
No. 6 West of Westeros

West Of Westeros has only made one appearance at the races so far, but she could hardly have been more impressive on debut and I am happy to back her again tonight.

The daughter of Worm Burner flew the boxes at Sale and never appeared in doubt, smashing the clock and beating her rivals in impressive fashion.

She’ll only improve for that effort and will take beating again.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, June 13

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:15pm)
No. 5 Ritza Donald

Ritza Donald has gone to another level recently and looms as the one to beat in the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Ritza Lenny has won five of his last six races, filling the minors on the other occasion, and he is seeking a hat-trick of wins tonight following good wins at Goulburn and here, most recently.

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

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:35pm)
No. 3 Bit Flash

Bit Flash has returned some pleasing efforts recently and strikes another winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale rarely runs a bad race and was an impressive winner from out wide at Richmond two back before tracking home well to run a place last time out.

The last time that he jumped from Box 3 he was an easy winner, and I’m expecting a similar performance tonight.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (7:57pm)
No. 1 Good Odds Crissy

Good Odds Crissy faces a rise in class at Wentworth Park tonight, but she is also seeking a fourth win in succession and is drawn to receive every chance from Box 1.

The daughter of Fabregas has obviously been a terrific performer this time, but she has definitely stepped up further these last few weeks and with appropriate luck, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again tonight.

Wentworth Park: Race 10 (9:05pm)
No. 8 El Rapido

El Rapido is another dog that has found peak form recently and primed for another big performance at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Banjo Boy has been a strong and consistent performer since resuming but has won three of her last four starts in dominant fashion and importantly, has excellent form from out wide.

She’ll have ample time to find her way to the lead and will be hard to hold out.

Daily Dogs – Friday, June 12

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Healesville: Race 6 (12:47pm)
No. 7 Shaded Disguise

Shaded Disguise returned an enormous performance to win at this track a distance and from this draw two starts back, and he is over the odds to win again this afternoon ($7 at publish).

The son of Unlawful Entry has mixed his form just a little bit, but there is no doubt that his best performances have been here at Healesville and with appropriate luck this afternoon, I can’t really find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again, of what looms as an open contest.

Healesville: Race 10 (2:09pm)
Same Race Multi

There looks to be two standout top picks in Race 10 at Healesville this afternoon and I’m eager to place a Same Race Multi.

Addy Belle has a class edge over most of these rivals, but it’s probably fair to say she hasn’t shown her best form recently.

Her best is definitely good enough though, so I’m going to select her to finish in the first two, alongside Kurtlee Bale.

Kurtlee Bale has won each of his last two starts and will be able to stay away from traffic from Box 7.

The other one I like for a little value is Tears In Eyes, so he goes into the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Kurtlee Bale (Top 2)
  • 8 Addy Belle (Top 2)
  • 5 Tears In Eyes (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 6 (9pm)
No. 3 Fix Your Tiara

Fix Your Tiara has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence and looms as a winning chance again at Richmond tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has only made six appearances at the races so far but has won four and placed on the two other occasions.

She saluted for us here last week and I don’t see why we should jump off now.

Richmond: Race 9 (10:02pm)
No. 6 No Room

No Room will take winning form into the ninth race at Richmond tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has taken a few to get going this time in, but her last-start performance suggested that the penny has definitely dropped.

She’ll have the benefit of empty boxes on each side and with even luck, can fight out the finish again.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, June 11

Sandown Park: Race 5 (7:25pm)
Same Race Multi

This race is red-hot and there’s a case to be made for several runners, so I’m going to take a Same Race Multi.

True Detective finished second in the Group 1 Sandown Cup Final a couple of weeks ago and is drawn to receive all the favours tonight from Box 1. The last two times he has left from this draw, he has recorded dominant wins, so I’m going to select him as our winner.

The other two that have caught my eye are Group 1 winners Tornado Tears and Rajasthan, so I’m going to pick both to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 True Detective (Win)
  • 2 Tornado Tears (Top 4)
  • 6 Rajasthan (Top 4)
Sandown Park: Race 6 (7:49pm)
No. 7 Zipping Clifford

Zipping Clifford is suited to a wide box and can return to winning form in the sixth at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of My Bro Fabio rarely returns a poor effort, but interestingly the last time that he saluted also happened to be from Box 7 over the 715m course here at Sandown Park.

He can use his good box speed to cross the field and he will give them something to chase.

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Sandown Park: Race 8 (8:34pm)
No. 8 Black Opium

Black Opium is an above-average athlete and strikes another very winnable contest at Sandown Park tonight.

The daughter of Black Magic Opal has been a typically strong and consistent performer this campaign, returning some excellent performances in top-line races which included a dominant win in the Group 1 Sapphire Crown Final here last month.

She is rock-hard fit and needs only even luck to be in the finish again.

Sandown Park: Race 10 (9:18pm)
No. 1 Maverick Nacho

Maverick Nacho will take winning form into Race 10 at Sandown Park tonight and looms as a live chance of making it two in a row, at a lovely price.

The son of El Grand Senor has generally been stepping out in country races this campaign, but he has been set for this race and put the writing on the wall with a lovely win in his heat at Warragul last week.

He can make all of his own luck from Box 1 and does look up to winning something of this quality.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, June 10

Wentworth Park: Race 2 (7:25pm)
Same Race Multi

This looms as one of the better contests at Wentworth Park and there is a case to be made for several runners, so I’m eager to place a Same Race Multi.

Utah Blues has only made three appearances at the races so far, but has recorded two lovely wins and a minor, while a wide draw also appears to suit him. I’m going to select him to finish in the first two.

The other one that has caught my eye is last-start winner Vixen’s Image, who is drawn to receive every possible chance from Box 1. I’m going to select her to finish in the first three.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 7 Utah Blues (Top 2)
  • 1 Vixen’s Image (Top 3)
Wentworth Park: Race 4 (8:05pm)
No. 6 Esther's Diva

Esther’s Diva has returned some lovely efforts recently and looks a winning chance in the fourth race at Wentworth Park tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale was an impressive winner at Richmond two starts back and ran home well to finish second over 400m last time out.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 2 Zipping Brady

Zipping Brady has gone to another level recently and looks the one to beat again in the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale doesn’t know how to run a bad race, winning five of six starts and finishing second on the only other occasion.

He can make all of his own luck from Box 2 and will take a power of beating.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:30pm)
No. 7 Mottza

Mottza has been a model of consistency recently and strikes another very winnable contest at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale hasn’t finished worse than second at his last eight appearances, winning five of those, and he was unlucky not to make it three wins in a row when he flew home from a central box to finish second at Richmond last time out.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his inside for this and is primed to win.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, June 9

Gosford: Race 3 (7:46pm)
Same Race Multi

More Spark doesn’t know how to run a bad race and will take a power of beating in the third at Gosford tonight.

The son of Where’s Pedro has won three of his last four races, two in particularly slick time, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye in this contest are Shonky Dreamer and Soy Sauce, so I’m going to select those two runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 3 More Spark (Win)
  • 4 Shonky Dreamer (Top 3)
  • 1 Soy Sauce (Top 4)
Gosford: Race 6 (8:54pm)
No. 5 Benji Buttons

Benji Buttons has been in strong and consistent form recently and looks tough to beat in the sixth at Gosford tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed a place at his last six starts, winning on three occasions, and he was last seen finishing off well for second behind Esther’s Angel in a tougher race at Richmond.

He needs only even luck from the draw to be fighting out the finish again.

Gosford: Race 7 (9:14pm)
No. 4 Morse

Morse has been a model of consistency this preparation and strikes another winnable contest at Gosford this evening.

The son of Spring Gun rarely returns a poor effort and he has finished worse than second just once in his last eight starts, winning on four occasions.

The last time that he left from Box 4, he dominated his rivals and easily won at The Gardens, and a repeat of that effort would see him winning again.

Gosford: Race 11 (10:34pm)
No. 2 Trbojevic

Trbojevic will take winning form into the last race at Gosford tonight and can make it two in a row.

The classy sprinter recorded a lovely win from out wide here three back before finishing a close-up second to Wild Sail late last month.

He then stepped out in what was an easier race at Taree and saluted with relative ease.

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

Daily Dogs – Monday, June 8

Angle Park: Race 5 (7:55pm)
Same Race Multi

Lavish Pedro has gone to another level recently and looms as the one to beat in Race 5 at Angle Park tonight.

The son of Where’s Pedro took a couple of tune up, but his last two efforts, both dominant wins have been outstanding, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Raging Critter and Hesa Marlow are both more than capable under the right conditions, so I’m also going to select both runners to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Lavish Pedro (Win)
  • 2 Raging Critter (Top 4)
  • 5 Hesa Marlow (Top 4)
Angle Park: Race 6 (8:18pm)
No. 8 Long Gully Wilma

Long Gully Wilma has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks up to winning the sixth at Angle Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed a place at her last seven appearances, winning two in succession two and three start backed, before finishing second at this track and distance last time out.

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

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Angle Park: Race 8 (8:58pm)
No. 1 Cawbourne Snow

This looms as one of the more open contests at Angle Park tonight and Cawbourne Snow has claims on winning at a price ($7.50 at publish).

The daughter of Cawbourne Frank has mixed her form a little, but she took up the running here last week and never appeared in doubt, extending to score by close to four lengths.

A repeat of that effort, under virtually identical conditions would see her into the finish.

Angle Park: Race 10 (9:40pm)
No. 2 Heart And Soul

Heart And Soul was an impressive last-start winner and looks to have conditions to suit again at Angle Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has returned some pleasing efforts this campaign, but her run at Murray Bridge last time out suggested that she has found peak condition.

She can use her good box speed to go straight to the lead and she will give them something to chase.