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Herald Sun Form Guide : June 22nd 2009
42 Herald Sun, Monday, June 22, 2009 + Kilmore TODAY Rob Auber’s specials: BEST BET: Modern Warrior (Race 3, No. 8) BEST VALUE: Question This (Race 2, No. 1) BEST ROUGHIE: Black Pontiac (Race 3, No. 5) AUBER’S $50 FLEXI QUADDIE FOR 41.7% 3, 5, / 7, 8, 10, 12 / 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 / 1, 4, 6. 2150m. $5500. T0 Or Better Mares Trotters RBD Stand 1 1 VSB&SA Trot Hcp 1.40 54 GIDDY UP AMOUR 2 3480 GEE WHIZ LINDA 3 45935 YANKEE PRINCESS 4 50927 MY YANKEE SENSATION 5 05728 LEFT ONE EYE OUT 6 3510s DROP US ALINE 7 84965 CREDIT ACCOUNT 8 8s3s0 STYLISH CHIC 9 85659 SLI TRIX 10 24s49 SQUARING ABOUT Harness Racing 3 Vicbred 2YO C&G 4 2.55 2180m. $10000. 2yo 2A C&Gs RBD Mobile Heat 1 2 BITOBLISS 065 IN THE PRESENT 3 77434 UBRINGTHEDRINKS 4 6s321 THIS WAY UP 5 6 1s6 BLACK PONTIAC 71 HEI EGYPTIAN REINE 7 64773 SIR HUTCHY Charlie Borg Fr 11.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 5.00 Malcolm Shaw Fr 11.00 Marcia Hutton Fr 8.00 Anne-Maree Conroy 10 5.00 Glenn Conroy 10 5.00 David Beer 10 11.00 Robert Douglas 10 15.00 Bill White 10 ?4.50 Eddie Conroy 10 26.00 Assessment: An open trot to start the program. DROP US ALINE (6) resumes from a break. She was placed 10 of 14 starts prior to a break. She should go well fresh. SQUARING ABOUT (10) should be ready to do her best after two runs from a spell. Very honest, go close. LEFT ONE EYE OUT (5) did it tough when runner up at Ararat two starts back. Go well. STYLISH CHIC (8) will find this much easier than her first up run at Bendigo when the winner set a track record. Each way. Place chances to GIDDY UP AMOUR (1) from the pole, the sensationally bred YANKEE PRINCESS (3), MY YANKEE SENSATION (4) and SLI TRIX (9) who has shown ability. SELECTIONS: DROP US A LINE (6), Squaring About (10), Left One Eye Out (5), Stylish Chic (8). RATINGS: 6, 10 / 5, 8 / 1, 3, 4, 9. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Box Trifecta: 5, 6 & 10 to win, 5, 6, 8 & 10 to finish second with the field for third. $20.00 for 27.8%. 2 Kilmore Trackside 2.16 2180m. $5000. T3 To T5 Trotters PBD Mobile 1 12204 QUESTION THIS 2 44748 WARRAROONG GIRL 3 s8607 ASTRA NOMIS NZ 4 16087 FACE LIFT 5 25840 MISTER JONAS 6 0s680 SPEEDY ATOM 7 6860s MY DADS POPPY Second Line 8 73930 ENOTHEQUE 9 34623 ARMED GUARD NZ Daryl Douglas Fr 3.00 Ray Mathews Fr 15.00 Scott Dyer Fr 26.00 Rita Burnett Fr 17.00 Glenn Conroy Fr 15.00 Lance Justice Fr 8.00 Bob Kuchenmeister Fr 26.00 Neville Welsh Fr 5.50 Christopher Shinn Fr ?2.30 Assessment: QUESTION THIS (1) has the ideal draw and was held up in a stand at Bendigo last start when they ran a track record. Top show. ARMED GUARD (9) has been freshened up since doing it tough at Shepparton last time. Strong claims. ENOTHEQUE (8) is a very honest mare who has been placed at five of her past eight. Go well. SPEEDY ATOM (6) is much better than his three runs from a spell suggest. Expect an improved showing. Place chances best to WARRAROONG GIRL (2), ASTRA NOMIS (3) and MISTER JONAS (5). SELECTIONS: QUESTION THIS (1) Armed Guard (9), Enotheque (8), Speedy Atom (6). RATINGS: 1, 9 / 8/ 5, 6 / 2, 3. SUGGESTED BET: QUESTION THIS (1) to win. SPRINT LANE with ADAM HAMILTON T HERE is just no stop- ping Australia’s premier driver Daryl Douglas. The gun freelancer is a sure thing to win his fourth successive Australian driving title and reached 300 winners for the season with Miss Laura Jane’s win at Moonee Valley on Friday night. Before winning his first title, Douglas finished second to Kerryn Manning in five consecutive seasons. Douglas set an Australa- sian record with a remark- able 386.5 winners last season. M ELTON’S Tabcorp Park is ready to rock. After two sets of a trials and a ‘‘dress rehearsal’’ meeting on Saturday, the industry cannot wait for the gala opening meeting on Sunday week. Harness Racing Victoria chief executive John Ander- son said Saturday’s restricted-class meeting went smoothly and attracted a larger crowd than expected. ‘‘Conservatively there would have been 1500 people there and there were no hitches,’’ Anderson said. ‘‘This wasn’t about the track itself, it was more to test the facilities like TAB windows, catering, the PA system and the like before we start for real on July 5. ‘‘Like the two sets of trials + so far, the passion and excite- ment were certainly there.’’ HEROES JODI QUINLAN (Made Moonee Valley her own.) TABCORP PARK (Great build-up. Bring on July 5.) BILL DIXON (Dominating Queensland training ranks.) GEOFF WEBSTER (Keeps doing a terrific job with a select team.) LISA AND DAVID MILES (Hot streak continued with Aftanoondelite in Adelaide.) JAZZAM (Breathtaking Goffin Memorial win.) YAKUZA/KARAMBOO/ SKYVALLEY/ACACIA RIDGE (Good in defeat at the Valley.) MENANGLE (Hosts some of Australia’s top young pacers during the next two days.) Gun drive: Daryl Douglas drives Miss Laura Jane to victory at Moonee Valley in April. Picture: GARY WILD Blistering race times are expected at the state-of-the- art 1040m track, but that was not the case on Saturday. ‘‘Don’t forget this was a restricted-class meeting with the horses picked from the worst form up, but we still had a couple go 1min 59sec,’’ Anderson said. H RV could not have timed its show of support for open-class trotting any better. Just days after pledging to run a trotting free-for-all at least every month, Ronerail won an enthralling free-for- all at Moonee Valley on Friday night. Skyvalley’s effort to storm home in a 57.5sec last 800m for a close second was outstanding. Connections of comeback trotter Acacia Ridge (fourth) and Joe Bro, who was having his first start in the big league, would also have been thrilled with their perfor- mances. T RIPLE Inter Dominion winner Blacks A Fake continues to please trainer- driver Natalie Rasmussen. The rising nine-year-old ran on strongly for fourth in an Albion Park trial last Tuesday. ‘‘I only wanted a soft trial, so I dropped hime out and he ran home in a tick over 55sec (last 800m),’’ Rasmussen said. ‘‘He’ll have another trial or two, and I’d like a lead-up run before the Sunshine Sprint (July 18).’’ VILLAINS BARACHIAS (Way below his best.) LETS GO OLLIE (A real handful for driver Gavin Lang and punters.) VILLAGE WARRIOR (Worked early, but still plain by his recent standards.) Second Line 8 2s215 MODERN WARRIOR 9 4186s MISTER RUFUS 10 s8434 THE PIRATES PARROT Scott Stewart Fr 11.00 Ken Knight Fr 34.00 Grant Campbell Fr 5.50 Brian Gath Fr 6.00 Amy Tubbs Fr 5.00 Scratched Fr — Tony Xiriha Fr 26.00 Daryl Douglas Fr ?2.50 Damian Wilson Fr 10.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 7.00 Assessment: MODERN WARRIOR (8) led all the way to win a Tatlow heat at Moonee Valley before being badly held up in the final. Hard to beat. THE PIRATES PARROT (10) has been thereabouts in strong company of late at Moonee Valley He won’t be far away at the finish. MISTER RUFUS (9) won two of his first three starts. He is resuming here from a break but has trialled ok at Tabcorp Park. Has claims. BLACK PONTIAC (5) debuted with a Geelong win and was then spelled. He did it tough when resuming at Bendigo. Fitter, include in multiples. THIS WAY UP (4) has improved with each run. This is his strongest test to date, trifecta chance. BITOBLISS (1) is a Blissfull Hall – Petite Alto colt debuting for Scott Stewart. A recent Shepparton trial winner, who could show up. SELECTIONS: MODERN WARRIOR (8) The Pirates Parrot (10), Mister Rufus (9), Black Pontiac (5). RATINGS: 8 / 10 / 5, 9 / 4 / 1. SUGGESTED BET: MODERN WARRIOR (8) to win. 4 Vicbred 2YO C&G 5 3.30 2180m. $10000. 2yo 2A C&Gs RBD Mobile Heat 1 214 I LOOK A LOT 2 3615 MANGO MAGIC 3 6 81697 WILEY JASPER 7 4 4322s WEEKEND RUSTLER 5 2 GRINS RENDITION 1 PALAIS DU LOUVRE 1 ARISTOS WAY Second Line 8 14575 NICKEL AND GOLD 9 12827 REDCOURT REBEL 10 8s97 SARUM KNIGHT Q1 Craig Demmler Fr 11.00 John Caldow Fr 21.00 Michael Stanley Fr 7.00 Amy Tubbs Fr ?3.00 Scott Dyer Fr ?3.00 Paul Weidenbach Fr 21.00 Grant Campbell Fr 10.00 Gerard Steenhuis Fr 21.00 Luke Steenhuis Fr 10.00 Nigel Milne (C) Fr 15.00 Assessment: PALAIS DU LOUVRE (5) was checked and came wide to score impressively at his debut. Fitter, strong chance. GRINS RENDITION (3) will be better for his debut second to PALAIS DU LOUVRE (5) when he ran on strongly from well back. He could turn the tables. I LOOK A LOT (1) won at his second start at Cranbourne, and then had no luck last start. Has claims from the ideal draw. WEEKEND RUSTLER (4) has been placed at five of his six starts. Resuming here of two trial seconds at Tabcorp Park, include in multiples along with REDCOURT REBEL (9) a Stawell winner on debut. Place chance to MANGO MAGIC (2), WILEY JASPER (6) and NICKEL AND GOLD (8). SELECTIONS: PALAIS DU LOUVRE (5), Grins Rendition (3), I Look A Lot (1), Weekend Rustler (4). RATINGS: 3, 5 / 1, 4 / 2, 6, 8, 9. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 3 & 5 to win, 1, 3, 4 & 5 for second with the field for third. $20.00 for 41.7%. 5 Mallia Builders 1 30597 BARNIES LITTLEGLEE 2 50640 TORITWO 3 s4335 BROTHER FRANCIS 4 s6834 GO TINKERBELL 5 8s306 RUTHLESS AGGRESSOR 6 66 MANWARRA KINSMAN 7 27223 OLD WARANDYTE ROAD Second Line 8 622s2 DOMINATE LINE 9 SILENT PREDATOR TAB DETAILS TAB CODE: M H TOUCHTONE: 22 4.05 Q2 2180m. $5000. 3yo 3A0 To 3A1 PBD Mobile John Justice Fr 21.00 Scott Dyer Fr 34.00 Scratched Fr — Damian Wilson Fr 21.00 Eddie Conroy Fr 34.00 Brian Gath Fr 6.00 Daniel Jack Fr 4.50 Todd Matthews Fr ?2.30 Daryl Douglas Fr 16.00 10 03117 PEPPERELL FORTYTWO Anne-Maree Conroy Fr 13.00 11 2r074 PRINCE ZET (Em1) 12 84s26 ROOM WITH A VIEW Alan Donohoe Fr 13.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 8.00 Assessment: OLD WARRANDYTE ROAD (7) is very consistent being in the placings at five of his past six. He did it tough outside the leader last time, strong chance. DOMINATE LINE (8) will strip much fitter for his first up second at Terang behind Keppel Bay. Go well. PEPPERELL FORTYTWO (10) won two on end at Bendigo before his last run when slightly disappointing. Has claims. ROOM WITH A VIEW (12) was runner up at Echuca when resuming, then down the track last time. Likely improver. A big watch on MAWARRA KINSMAN (6) who could improve on his two starts to date. SILENT PREDATOR (9) is a Safely Kept – Carly Navigator gelding debuting for Michael Barby. Runner up in a recent Ballarat trial. SELECTIONS: OLD WARRANDYTE ROAD (7), Dominate Line (8), Pepperell Fortytwo (10), Room With A View (12). RATINGS: 7, 8 / 10, 12 / 3 / 6, 9. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 7, 8 & 10 to win, 7, 8, 10 & 12 for second with the field for third. $20.00 for 24.7%. 6 Melrose Parking 4.42 2150m. $5000. C3 Or Better RBD Stand 1 02174 SACRE COEUR NZ 2 74431 THE SYSTEM STAR 3 32636 PRIME PROSPECT NZ 4 27107 LEON PHELPS 5 36167 HEATHCLIFF 6 s8887 MADEMOISELLE GIGI 7 53223 OUR ENTRAPMENT NZ 8 1110s TOP BAY 9 42639 MAN ON A ROCK Q3 Brent Livingstone (C,cl) Fr ?3.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 5.00 Michael Ross Fr 7.00 Jason Fino Fr 16.00 Daryl Douglas 10 5.00 Nigel Milne (C) 20 26.00 Damian Wilson 20 6.00 Austin Mifsud 20 11.00 Brian Gath 30 11.00 Assessment: SACRE COEUR (1) is a great standing start pacer ideally drawn here. He won over this trip three starts back. Top show. PRIME PROSPECT (3) was held up last start. He was placed at four of his prior five starts and does handle the conditions. Include in chances. OUR ENTRAPMENT (7) has been placed at his past four, the last three from the stand. Strong claims. THE SYSTEM STAR (2) is honest and broke through for a well deserved win at Geelong from the stand. Has claims. HEATHCLIFF (5) won from the stand three starts back at Maryborough. He can’t be left out of calculations. A big watch first up on TOP BAY (8) who hasn’t raced for eighteen months. He won four on end from the stand back in 2007. Trifecta chances to LEON PHELPS (4) and MAN ON A ROCK (9) despite the handicap. SELECTIONS: SACRE COEUR (1), Prime Prospect (3), Our Entrapment (7), The System Star (2). RATINGS: 1, 3, 7 / 2, 5 / 4, 8, 9. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 1, 3 & 7 to win, 1, 2, 3, 5 & 7 for second with 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 & 9 for third. $20.00 for 33.3%. heraldsun.com.au www.tab.com.au THE MULTIPLES DAILY DOUBLE: 5, 7 QUADDIE: 4, 5, 6, 7 TRACK DETAILS CIRCUMFERENCE: 1000m STRAIGHT: 204m SPRINT LANE OPERATES 7 SEW Vicbred Pace 5.12 2180m. $5000. C1 To C2 PBD Mobile 1 2265s BALL DANCER 2 s140s MEGA DARLIN 3 s3281 LIFES DESTINY 4 62122 ALLEGRA Second Line 8 s6838 STAR CHEVAL 7 22827 ARMBRO IRIS 1 JANE ISOBEL 5 241s3 SWEETEN THE POT 6 Assessment: ALLEGRA (4) is racing well. She won at Geelong before just failing at Ballarat and being held up last Thursday at Yarra Valley Top show. BALL DANCER (1) resumes from a spell. Very honest when right, he has two recent Tabcorp Park trial placings which should see him not far away at the finish. JANE ISOBELL (6) made her debut when she used the sprint lane for an easy Nyah win. Fitter, include in chances. SWEETEN THE POT (5) is always thereabouts and should be included in your multiples along with ARMBRO IRIS (7). Place chances to MEGA DARLIN (2), LIFES DESTINY (3) a last start Geelong winner STAR CHEVAL (8), ARMBRO SAFEKEEPING (9) and SOLAR OPERATIVE (10). SELECTIONS: ALLEGRA (4), Ball Dancer (1), Jane Isobell (6), Sweeten The Pot (5). RATINGS: 1, 4 / 6 / 5, 7 / 2, 3, 8, 9, 10. SUGGESTED BET: ALLEGRA (4) to win. 9 45318 ARMBRO SAFEKEEPING 10 23056 SOLAR OPERATIVE Maree Cross Fr 21.00 Alan Donohoe Fr 13.00 8 Northern Fascia 5.42 1690m. $5000. C0 Only RBD Mobile Final 1 643s2 THEWINGMAN 2 33462 DUST UP Second Line 8 56934 TUSCANY LASS NZ 9 13563 IM FLASH WITH CASH 10 29760 HEEZABIT RUSTY 11 s7s55 VILLAGE PATROL 5 54491 THE WAY HOLME 6 04753 LIFES PRECIOUS NZ 7 14515 KHAN BAT KHAN BOWL 3 4s774 JOHN CREASY 4 42221 ZIDANNE Nathan Jack (C) Fr ?2.20 Basil Dooley Fr 13.00 Michael Stanley Fr 34.00 Tony Romeo Fr 3.20 Rob O’Connell Fr 6.00 Christopher Shinn Fr 9.00 Rita Burnett Fr 21.00 Assessment: Heats of this race were run here last Monday. In the first heat the winner THE WAY HOLME (5) came from well back to beat THEWINGMAN (1) who also ran and LIFES PRECIOUS (6). The second and much slower heat was won by ZIDANNE (4) who led all the way from DUST UP (2) who sat behind him and IM FLASH WITH CASH (9) who raced outside the leader. ZIDANNE (4) was runner up at three runs prior to his heat win and will take beating here. THE WAY HOLME (5) ran on from well back to win and won’t be far away. THEWINGMAN (1) will strip fitter for his first up effort and does have the ideal draw. IM FLASH WITH CASH (9) was ok and should be included in multiples. Trifecta chance to DUST UP (2) LIFES PRECIOUS (6). SELECTIONS: ZIDANNE (4), The Way Holme (5), Thewingman (1), Im Flash With Cash (9). RATINGS: 1, 4, 5 / 2, 6, 9 / 8 / 3. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 1, 4 & 5 to win, 1, 4, 5 & 9 for second with the field for third. $20.00 for 24.7%. 12 56076 IMA VILLAGE CASPER (Em1) Scratched Fr — Glenn Conroy Fr 26.00 Vince Albanese Fr 26.00 Daryl Douglas Fr 41.00 John Justice Fr 34.00 Q4 Damian Wilson Fr 3.60 Daryl Douglas Fr 21.00 Craig Demmler Fr ?3.50 Joshua Duggan (C) Fr 9.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 13.00 Brian Gath Fr 5.50 Unspecified Driver Fr 15.00 Jodi Quinlan Fr 7.00
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