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Herald Sun Form Guide : June 29th 2009
46 Herald Sun, Monday, June 29, 2009 + Horsham TODAY 2 07s75 ZANZI BROMAC 3 233s4 DEE JAYS CHIP 4 THE DRILLER 5 55442 VEE SALUTE 6 23502 MALS IMAGE 7 59867 BELSBAND 8 25393 KAN YU Harness Racing 2200m. $5000. 3yo 3T0 Or Better Trotters RBD Stand 1 1 Vhrt&Da 3YO Trot 12.59 RIGHT SIDE UP 3 Matthews Petroleum 2.11 2200m. $5000. 2yo 2A0 To 2A1 PBD Mobile Michael Bellman Fr 26.00 Gavin Lang Fr 5.00 Chris Svanosio Fr 9.00 Brian Shelley Fr 13.00 Ian White Fr 7.00 Kerryn Manning Fr ?2.50 Jack Rohan 10 5.00 Brett Shipway 20 6.50 Assessment: MALS IMAGE (6) raced outside the leader at Ararat last start. He has been in the placings at seven of his twelve starts. This is not tough, hard to beat. KAN YU (8) is a tough filly who should be right in the finish despite the back mark. Last start she was placed in the SA Oaks. Top chance. VEE SALUTE (5) has been thereabouts before leading when runner up last start at Maryborough. Go close. DEE JAYS CHIP (3) will be improved by his first up fourth at Ararat. Placed at his three starts prior to a spell. Expect a forward showing. BELSBAND (7) can do better than recent form suggests. RIGHT SIDE UP (1) is a Wind Cries Maori – Lopsided gelding debuting here for John Douglas. He finished second in a recent Maryborough trial so he could show up. THE DRILLER (4) is a Wind Cries Maori – Diamond Di (4) gelding making his debut for Brian Shelley. He won a recent Tabcorp Park trial in slow time. Big watch. SELECTIONS: MALS IMAGE (6), Kan Yu (8), Vee Salute (5), Dee Jays Chip (3). RATINGS: 6, 8 / 5 / 3 / 7 / 1? 2, 4? SUGGESTED BET: MALS IMAGE (6) to win. 2 Alexandra House 1.35 2200m. $5000. Claiming (No More Than $8000) PBD Mobile 1 43657 PARIS JOKER 2 s9439 MIGHTY MAURIE 3 36002 THE TWO OF US 4 208s8 ANVILS REVIVAL NZ 5 85670 MAGIC SPARK 6 89755 OHBEOPERATIVE NZ 7 7s780 THE BIG SHOT Second Line 8 64061 EVERTON STAR NZ Andrew Clarke Fr 16.00 Kerryn Manning Fr 3.50 Michael Bellman Fr 7.00 Brian Gath Fr 13.00 Nathan Jack (C) Fr 21.00 Matthew Craven Fr 4.00 Peter Sanderson Fr 7.00 Glenn Douglas Fr ?3.00 Assessment: EVERTON STAR (8) had his first run in this class from the stand at Bendigo when sitting behind THE TWO OF US (3) and sprinting quickly to win. Top show. OHBEOPERATIVE (6) has been racing in much stronger company than this. He should figure right in the finish at his first attempt at claiming class. MIGHTY MAURIE (2) had no luck last start. He finished third in a similar event here at his prior outing. Include in chances. THE TWO OF US (3) has been racing in stands of late but must be include in your multiples of a strong effort behind EVERTON STAR (8) at Bendigo. Trifecta chances to PARIS JOKER (1) from the pole, ANVILS REVIVAL who had good form prior to a break and first up was checked at Echuca in this class and MAGIC SPARK (5) who can do better than recent runs. SELECTIONS: EVERTON STAR (8) Ohbeoperative (6), Mighty Maurie (2), The Two Of Us (3). RATINGS: 6, 8 / 2, 3 / 1, 4 / 5, 7. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Box Trifecta & Box First Four 2, 3, 6 & 8. $24.00 for 50.0%. SPRINT LANE with ADAM HAMILTON T RIPLE Inter Domi- nion winner BlacksA Fake returns to racing at Albion Park tomorrow. The rising nine-year- old holds the Australa- sian record with earnings of $3,328,931, but tomor- row’s ho-hum Free-For- All carries a first prize of just $2680. Trainer-driver Natalie Rasmussen is using the race to sharpen up Blacks A Fake for the Sunshine Sprint on July 18 and Winter Cup the following week. Both races are at Albion Park. Blacks A Fake hasn’t raced since finishing a close second in his quest for a record-breaking fourth successive Inter Dominion final at the Gold Coast on March 28. A USTRALIA’S top three- year-old Broadways Best is still a chance to contest the $75,000 Group 1 Australian Oaks at Tabcorp Park, Melton, on July 18. Trainer Shannon McLean had almost given up hope when Broadways Best was hit by muscle problems this month. ‘‘She’s a lot better chance + of running now than she was two weeks ago, but I won’t be able to get a lead-up race into her,’’ McLean said. HEROES SMOKEN UP Just keeps getting the job done. PRESIDENTIAL LANE Crying shame he was beaten in the Premiers’ Cup. CAPTAIN JOY Unbeaten in 10 starts this season. KEPPEL BAY/GLUTEUS MAXIMUS/TRANQUIL ODYSSEY Big in defeat at the Valley. JACCKA SANDY Tontine win was sign of things to come. LADY BELLADONNA Great to see her back healthy and winning. GRINNERSAWINNER Seriously exciting juvenile. PETER AND KERRYN MANNING Big weekend with Sophie Pass and Kellys Nippa. Evergreen: champion pacer Blacks A Fake resumes at Albion Park in Brisbane tomorrow. McLean is mindful of the fact he still has the rich Breeders Crown series in August to aim at with Broadways Best. New Zealand’s champion filly Lauraella will warm up for the Australian Oaks and Breeders Crown when she tackles the BallaratOakstrial on Friday night. C APTAIN Joy made it the perfect 10 at Menangle yesterday. The Susan Hunter-trained three-year-old showed his versatility when he came from well back in the field to win the $125,000 Breeders Challenge final emphatically. Captain Joy’s 10 wins from as many starts this season includes the Victorian, New South Wales and Queensland Derbys. Lady Euthenia stretched her winning streak to 10 races with an all-the-way win in the Breeders Challenge final for two-year-old fillies. The Peter Lewis-trained filly ran second on debut at Penrith, but her 10 wins since have included the Bathurst Gold Tiara, Kay Seymour Classic and NSW Sires’ Stakes final. The other two Challenge finals delivered minor upsets. New York Fashion, heavily backed late to start $3.50, led throughout, with $1.60 fa- vourite Ima Spicey Lombo finishing fourth. ROTTING purists are certainly getting their fix. Saturday night’s Globe Derby meeting featured the T Monte — a saddle trot race where the horses are ridden — along with the third leg of the Gramel series and South Australia Trotters’ Derby. Victorians won the features with the in-form David and Lisa Miles combination com- pleting the Oaks/Derby dou- ble with Aftanoondelite and the Robert Young-trained Ol- lie Nova winning the third leg of the Gramel. The trotting-flavoured Redwood Carnival is at Maryborough on July 15-17. VILLAINS KEPT FOR PLEASURE Had her chance. BULLEE BULLEE Too bad to be true. MISTER CASTLETON Raced way below his Tatlow- winning form. 4 30482 OHOKA DETROIT NZ 5 52886 BRIOSO JACK (Em1) 6 1 2 3 5 IRISH MUSTARD Second Line 8 9 Assessment: This is an interesting race with many chances. The first starters become the key factors and the betting market should be a good guide. JILLIBY RUSTY (2) makes his debut for Kerryn Manning. A Rustler Hanover out of the top class racemare Jilliby Magic and should run well. STEPALONG LOMBO (8) is a Modern Art – Lombo Jazzacise colt debuting here for David Murphy. In astute stable, expect a forward showing. The remaining runners with exposed form all have winning chances. SPECIAL TINT (6) is in the very astute Kevin Brough stable who is having a great training season. He worked hard on debut and then led all the way at his second start. Sure to run well. ARISTOS WAY (11) was badly out when a first up winner at Mildura before again showing bad barrier manners at Kilmore when caught three wide. Draw makes it tough however worth following. OHOKA DETROIT (4) was a better effort last start over the short trip at Cranbourne when runner up. Has claims. HIGHVIEW CONGO (1) debuted with a Globe Derby win in slow time before his last effort at Charlton. Ideally drawn, include in multiples. Place chance to SUNNY TIME (9). 10 11 39 SUNNY TIME 9 AMBERLU DREAMTIME 19 ARISTOS WAY Gavin Lang Fr 5.00 Courtney Slater Fr 34.00 Matthew Craven Fr 34.00 Grant Campbell Fr 6.00 SELECTIONS: JILLIBY RUSTY (2), Stepalong Lombo (8), Special Tint (6), Aristos Way (11). RATINGS: 2? 8? / 6, 11 / 1, 4 / 9 SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Box Trifecta. 2, 4, 6, 8 & 11 for $20.00 for 33.3%. 4 Southern Grampians 2.50 2200m. $5000. C2 To C3 PBD Mobile Assessment: FRANCO NEWSMAN (4) is a smart three year old who has been freshened up since just failing at Moonee Valley. He raced in top company and will take beating here. RYTHM OF THE PRIDE (2) is a smart mare resuming from a short break. She won three of her five starts prior to a spell and could take running down here. ON FIRE (3) made his Aussie debut when he won at Bendigo from behind the leader. He was odds on at Wagga when well beaten by Scooting Armbro. Top chance. PENNY BUNGER (1) has just been beaten at his last two starts. Ideally drawn here he should be right in the finish again. STATUS SEEKER (6) is never far away and should be in your trifecta calculations along with JILLIBY PETE (7). FRANCO TRADESMAN (5) should strip fitter for two runs from a spell. He won three when last in work, include in multiples. SELECTIONS: FRANCO NEWSMAN (4), Rythm Of The Pride (2), On Fire (3), Penny Bunger (1). RATINGS: 4 / 2, 3 / 1, 5, 6, 7. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 2, 3 & 4 to win, 1, 2, 3 & 4 for second with the field for third. $20.00 for 41.4%. 4 13533 FRANCO NEWSMAN NZ 5 31s77 FRANCO TRADESMAN NZ 6 64237 STATUS SEEKER 7 54353 JILLIBY PETE 2 1818s RYTHM OF THE PRIDE 3 21s12 ON FIRE NZ 1 37722 PENNY BUNGER Matthew Craven Fr 15.00 Lance Justice Fr 9.00 Glen Craven (C) Fr 17.00 Q1 Don Larpent Fr 8.00 Rod Barker Fr 6.00 Glenn Douglas Fr 4.00 Gavin Lang Fr ?1.90 7 23s4 BARUNGA TWOBOB STEPALONG LOMBO 41 SPECIAL TINT 14 HIGHVIEW CONGO NZ JILLIBY RUSTY Jayson Finnis (C) Fr 6.00 Kerryn Manning Fr 8.00 Wendy Mueller (C) Fr 34.00 Lance Justice Fr ?2.30 Alison Chisholm Fr Kevin Brough Fr 26.00 Kerry Clarke Fr 9.00 1 884s9 KATIES PASSION NZ 2 0s801 FREMARKSRUFUS 3 52s40 ADVANCED CROSSING 4 46823 BUCKLEUP BILLY 5 32299 NARDOO SAM 6 03483 ROCK ON TIGER 7 51272 VENICE BEACH Second Line 8 28323 EASTWOOD COUNTESS NZ 9 r7172 PARLO Assessment: OUR ELLAS FELLA (11) has won four of his nine starts. He led all the way at Geelong three starts back and did it tough when third over this trip last time. Strong claims. EASTWOOD COUNTESS (8) has been in the placings at four of her past five starts. An awkward draw here but should figure in the finish. FREMARKSRUFUS (2) did it tough outside the leader to win at Tabcorp Park. Include in chances on that effort. RYHS LIGHTNING (10) won first up from a spell over this trip four starts back. Strong efforts at his last couple when runner up. Top chance. VENICE BEACH (7) has the poor draw but is racing consistently and should be included in multiples. Place chances to ADVANCED CROSSING (3), NARDOO SAM (5), ROCK ON TIGER (6) and PARLO (9). SELECTIONS: OUR ELLAS FELLA (11), Eastwood Countess (8), Fremarksrufus (2), Rhys Lightning (10). RATINGS: 2, 8, 10, 11 / 7 / 3, 5, 6, 9. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 2, 8, 10 & 11 to win and finish second with 1,2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 for third. $20.00 for 20.8%. 10 s1022 RHYS LIGHTNING 11 42163 OUR ELLAS FELLA NZ Clement Stanaway Fr 6.00 Michael Bellman Fr ?3.20 Ellen Tormey (C,cl) Fr 4.00 6 L K Earthmovers 4.00 1700m. $5000. 3yo 3A0 To 3A1 PBD Mobile 1 8s956 TACTICAL JOURNEYS NZ 2 32236 CAPTAIN COURAGE 3 99283 GREAT WESTERN STAR 4 8489s WHATA BLUFF 5 12855 THREES A CROWD 6 24342 JILLIBY BARTEL 7 6s743 MISS JULES Assessment: JILLIBY BARTEL (6) has been in the placings at seven of eleven starts from a spell. He did it tough at Bendigo last start, go close. CAPTIAN COURAGE (2) was placed at four starts on end prior to breaking gear at Globe Derby. Include in chances. GREAT WESTERN STAR (3) was placed at Stawell and at Terang last start in good time from outside the leader. Has claims. TWISTED FIRESTARTA (9) won at Shepparton three starts back before a Bendigo placing when racing wide. One of many chances. DEVIL FISH (10) has improved with each run from a spell. He won two of four when last in work. Chances to TACTICAL JOURNEYS (1), WHATA BLUFF (4), THREES A CROWD (5) and MISS JULES (7). Second Line 8 04994 OURGIRLJESSICA 9 32135 TWISTED FIRESTARTA 10 1s704 DEVIL FISH 11 27966 FLOSSY GEM Rod Barker Fr 41.00 Paul Thomson Fr 6.00 Jayson Finnis (C) Fr 21.00 Andrew Clarke Fr 41.00 SELECTIONS: JILLIBY BARTEL (6), Captian Courage (2), Great Western Star (3), Twisted Firestarta (9). RATINGS: 6 / 2, 3, 9 / 1, 4, 5, 7, 10. SUGGESTED BET: JILLIBY BARTEL (6) to win. Q3 Lance Justice Fr ?3.70 Barry Finnis Fr 6.00 Kerry Clarke Fr 5.50 Matthew Craven Fr 21.00 Kevin Brough Fr 26.00 Kerryn Manning Fr ?3.70 Michael Bellman Fr 21.00 TAB DETAILS TAB CODE: M H TOUCHTONE: 22 5 G Torbet Memorial 3.25 2200m. $5000. C1 Only PBD Mobile Q2 Peter Sanderson Fr 41.00 Courtney Slater Fr 7.00 Glenn Douglas Fr 17.00 Scratched Fr — Rod Barker Fr 34.00 Brian Gath Fr 26.00 Andrew Clarke Fr 16.00 Lance Justice Fr 4.00 TRACK DETAILS CIRCUMFERENCE: 1000m STRAIGHT: 213m NO SPRINT LANE 7 The O’Keeffe 1 51801 GAME VEE JAY 2 455s3 LONGTAN SAFARI 3 46s1s MICHAEL MOCKRIDGE 4 0639s BY THE SWORD NZ 5 10667 TALAMAHARA NZ 6 23587 DARK SHADOW NZ 7 70s21 ROAD TO RAINBOW 8 5s136 MISTER RHYS 9 4721s OHOKA UTAH NZ 4.40 Q4 2700m. $8000. C5 Or Better PBD Stand Wayne Lane (C) Fr 11.00 Nic Dyer (C) Fr 7.00 Brian Gath Fr 8.00 Kerryn Manning Fr 10.00 Glenn Douglas 10 6.50 David Barbetti 10 26.00 Neil McCallum 20 6.50 Michael Bellman 20 8.00 Lance Justice 40 ?2.50 Assessment: OHOKA UTAH (9) is the class runner of the field. He followed a good Interdominion campaign with an Easter Cup win from the 20m handicap in Tasmania. The one to beat despite the big handicap. ROAD TO RAINBOW (7) is a proven standing start horse who was runner up at Mildura when resuming before winning there last start. Strong claims. MICHAEL MOCKRIDGE (3) resumed from a spell, to win at Cobram and was then spelled again. He is smart when right and has run second in recent Maryborough trial. Handles the stand, each way. BY THE SWORD (4) joins the Kerryn Manning stable. He has shown ability and could be one to watch first up from an eighteen month break. TALAMAHARA (5) should be ready to show his best after three starts for Glenn Douglas. Expect an improved showing on recent Moonee Valley midfield runs. MISTER RHYS (8) has had a short break and should be included in trifectas. GAME VEE JAY (1) won well from the mobile here last start with LONGTAN SAFARI (2) in third. They both come to the stand in tougher company, place best. SELECTIONS: OHOKA UTAH (9), Road To Rainbow (7), Michael Mockride (3), By The Sword (4). RATINGS: 9 / 3, 4, 5, 7 / 1, 2, 8. SUGGESTED BET: OHOKA UTAH (9) to win. M1/C3 - Class of race (one metro win/three career wins). RBD - Random barrier draw. PBD - Preferential barrier draw. ODM - Out of the draw in mobiles. RODM - Right out of the draw in mobiles. ODS - Out of the draw in stands. RODS - Right out of the draw in stands. EOD - Moved to extreme outside draw. RHCP - Rehan- dicapped. TR - Trotter. C&G - Colts & geldings. (C) - Concession driver. (C,cl) - Claiming concession driver VALUE: heraldsun.com.au www.tab.com.au THE MULTIPLES DAILY DOUBLE: 5, 7 QUADDIE: 4, 5, 6, 7 ? Host Club: Hamilton Rob Auber’s specials: BEST: Ohaka Utah (Race 7, No. 9) Jilliby Bartel (Race 6, No. 6) ROUGHIE: Whata Bluff (Race 6, No. 6) AUBER’S $50 FLEXI QUADDIE FOR 26.04% 2, 3, 4 / 2, 8, 10, 11 / 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 / 7, 9.
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