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Herald Sun Form Guide : July 6th 2009
46 Herald Sun, Monday, July 6, 2009 + Maryborough TODAY TRACK DETAILS CIRCUMFERENCE: 1000m STRAIGHT: 210m SPRINT LANE OPERATES 1 Trustees Trot Heat 12.43 2190m. $5000. T0 To T2 Trotters RBD Stand Heat 1 19584 KYVALLEY DREAM NZ 2 004s7 POST TEN AGAIN 3 69000 COCO CULLEN 4 7308s ICAN DO NO WRONG 5 3210s CARMELASOPRANO NZ 6 41567 BIL TRUSCOTT 7 04964 SAVANNAH WAY 8 39393 IMAMUSCLESYANKEE 9 1143s BILLY THE BRAT 10 75404 BRAS DHONNEUR Colin Phillis Fr 6.00 Glenn Conroy Fr 21.00 Michael Bellman Fr 34.00 Ashley Matthews Fr 9.00 Grant Campbell 10 5.00 10 26.00 Ross Graham 10 6.00 Chris Alford 10 ?4.00 Ian White 20 6.00 11 07979 BANKING ON SCOTCH (Em 1) Neil McCallum 20 12 30s84 IDOL EXTROVERT 13 84067 COST ME A QUID NZ Todd Matthews 20 34.00 Stephen Clarke 20 16.00 Eddie Conroy 20 34.00 Assessment: CARMELASOPRANO (5) joins the Peter Manning stable from NZ. A winner at Forbury Park over the short trip two starts back gives her the form to be right in the finish first up. BILLY THE BRAT (9) showed good ability when last in work. He won his first two starts and was runner up when held last start. He comes off a recent Bendigo trial win so expect a strong showing first up. IMAMUSCLESYANKEE (8) is very honest and led last start at Moonee Valley when placed behind a couple of smart horses. Strong chance. KYVALLEY DREAM (1) did win at Ballarat five starts back after leading and taking a sit. Ideally drawn, include in trifectas. SAVANNAH WAY (7) is racing well and having no luck. Place chances to POST TEN AGAIN (2), ICAN DO NO WRONG (4), BILL TRUSCOTT (6) a Geelong winner four starts back, and IDOL EXTRAVERT (12). SELECTIONS: CARMELOSOPRANO (5), Billy The Brat (9), Imamusclesyankee (8), Kyvalley Dream (1). RATINGS: 5, 9 / 8 / 1, 7 / 2, 4, 6, 12. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 5, 8 & 9 to win and finish second with the field for third. $20.00 for 33.3%. 2 Ian Robertson Pace 1.18 2190m. $5000. Claiming (No More Than $8000) PBD Mobile 1 5206s MISTER FRANK NZ 2 8fs78 SAYONARA GOLD 3 73303 JADA 4 76s93 TASSIE GANGSTER 5 s4745 CUMULATIVE DREAMS 6 38650 INDI GLOVES (Em 1) 7 14826 DANNY CRANE Second Line 8 77941 HOBBIT COUNTY 9 92559 BECKY CEE 10 40034 LAST COMMUNICATION 11 56230 JACCKA DUDE NZ 12 8667s ELEVENTEN Matthew Murphy (C) Fr 17.00 Mark Hayes Fr 13.00 Grant Campbell Fr 11.00 Steven Duffy Fr 6.00 Caleb Lewis Fr 11.00 David Miles Fr Nigle Milne (C) Fr 5.00 Ashley Matthews Fr 16.00 Joe Borg Fr 6.00 Chris Alford Fr ?4.50 Tony Xiriha Fr 11.00 David Farrar Fr 13.00 Assessment: JACCKA DUDE (11) has joined the Tony Xirhia stable since his last effort. Go on placings at his prior two runs. Could be the value runner in an open race. JADA (3) is an honest mare who has been placed third in three of her past four starts. Latest was in this class over this trip. Go well. Second up from a spell DANNY CRANE (7) is drawn wide but did win at Echuca five starts back after leading. Best effort since when runner up at Cobram behind the smart Vintage Jag. Go close. HOBBIT COUNTY (8) has improved his last couple and did win a restricted race at Terang last time. Not the worst. TASSIE GANGSTER (4) was placed at Yarra Valley over the short trip. Distance could be a worry but include in trifectas. Place chances to CULMATIVE DREAMS (5), BECKY CEE (9) who bobs up now and then and ELEVENTEN (12) an Echuca winner five starts back. SELECTIONS: JACCKA DUDE (11) Jada (3), Danny Crane (7), Hobbit County (8). RATINGS: 3, 11 / 7 / 8 / 4, 5, 9, 12. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 3, 7 & 11 to win and finish second with the field for third. $20.00 for 37.0%. SPRINT LANE with ADAM HAMILTON den could come in handy. Lang is due back this week T from three months away with Sundons Gift, but he may well be headed back to Scandinavia next year with Skyvalley. Skyvalley continued his rapid rise to the top with a dominant and career-best win in yesterday’s Aldebaran Park Trotters’ Cup (2760m) at Tabcorp Park, Melton. It capped a fantastic stint at the helm of the family stable for Chris Lang Jr, who did the driving yesterday. ‘‘Dad’s due home in the next week so he’ll take charge now, but Skyvalley’s got the Free-For-All on Redwood Day and the Breeders Crown four-year- old final to come this season,’’ Lang said. O + NE-EYED wonder Two Eye See added to his impressive record with an easy win in yesterday’s Vicbred semi-final at Tabcorp Park. The gelding, who lost his right eye in a paddock acci- HE experience globe- trotting trainer Chris Lang Sr gleaned in Swe- filly Lauraella tackles Broad- ways Best in the Oaks. Trainer Geoff Small said early signs had failed to reveal any reason for Laur- aella’s fading seventh as a $1.70 favourite in Friday night’s Ballarat Oaks trial. ‘‘We had her scoped and her lungs were clear,’’ he said. ‘‘There was a small ulcer on her larynx, but unless the blood test shows anything amiss, I’ll push on.’’ Keppel Bay (Christian Cullen-Nickel Castle) emerged as a major Oaks player by winning well at Ballarat. Trained by Emma Stewart and Clayton Tonkin of Safari fame, she has won just five of her 29 starts, including last season’s Australian Gold and Breeders Crown finals. First-day hero: Lance Justice drives Smoken Up to a brilliant win at Melton yesterday. dent when four weeks old, led throughout for his seventh win in eight starts. His only defeat came when beaten a whisker in a Vic- bred heat at Bendigo on June 16. Friday night’s $100,000 Vicbred final at Tabcorp Park is Two Eye See’s main target of the season. back on target for Saturday week’s $75,000 Group 1 Australian Oaks. A ‘‘She worked superbly this USTRALIA’S glamour filly Broadways Best is morning and showed she’s back better than ever,’’ trainer Shannon McLean said. ‘‘The treatment she’s had for the muscle problems has worked and we’re all go for the Oaks now.’’ A blood test today will decide whether star Kiwi A GE isn’t wearying Queensland pacer Hal Thomas. The rising 14-year- old notched the 60th win of his 328-start career in a claimer at the Gold Coast on Friday night. Hal Thomas, who has earned almost $240,000 and run 104 placings, had his first start on January 10, 1998. HEROES TABCORP PARK (Exciting start at a terrific track) SMOKEN UP (Total star) SKYVALLEY (Heading right to the top) LADY BELLADONNA/ MISTER ZION (Impressive Tabcorp Park winners) DECORATED JASPER/ EARLS GOLD/ BELLS AND WHISTLES (Impressed in defeat at Tabcorp Park) BE GOOD JOHNNY (Still very good) KEPPEL BAY (The big-occasion player is back) VILLAINS LAURAELLA (Too bad to be true) TROJAN LUCK (Picked the wrong day to get it all wrong) Harness Racing 3 Trustees Trot Heat 1.53 2190m. $5000. T0 To T2 Trotters RBD Mobile Heat 1 65590 JUSTCALLMESPECIAL 2 24709 SHIPS CHOICE 3 63610 CLASSIC LORN 4 89743 STYLISH DUDE 5 72214 STAR GUN 6 s3s04 STYLISH CHIC 7 000s7 CLASSIC ATTITUDE 8 56289 MY MATE MAL 9 87738 TIGER TUFF Steven Duffy Fr 34.00 Brett Shipway Fr 8.00 Michael Bellman 10 13.00 Joe Borg 10 9.00 10 07979 BANKING ON SCOTCH (Em 1) 11 26350 MISS ADELADE NZ 12 32018 JOULE COUNT 13 00120 BUNTYS KNIGHT Steven Lindberg 10 ?4.00 Robert Douglas 10 21.00 John Matthews 10 26.00 Anne-Maree Conroy 10 6.00 Anna Farrell 20 13.00 Mark Hayes 20 Leigh Sutton 20 26.00 Scott Dyer 20 ?4.00 Neil McCallum 20 9.00 Assessment: STAR GUN (5) was checked and raced wide last time. His prior form was very strong finishing runner up twice at Shepparton before winning at Bendigo. Top show. JOULE COUNT (12) was bad out in the Tontine Final She won a heat at her prior start and a repeat effort will put her right in the finish despite the handicap. MISS ADELAIDE (11) broke last time. She has travelled well recently with placings in both NSW and SA. Is capable of running into the placings. MY MATE MAL (8) can do better than his last couple when his manners let him down. Go on second in quick time from the mobile at Bendigo three starts back. CLASSIC LORN (3) broke through to win at Kilmore then was bad out last start. She has been freshened up, trifecta chance along with STYLISH DUDE (4), and TIGER TUFF (9) SELECTIONS: STAR GUN (5) Joule Count (12), Miss Adelaide (11), My Mate Mal (8). RATINGS: 5, 12 / 8, 11 / any other runner. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 5 & 12 to win, 5, 8, 11 & 12 for second with the field for third. $20.00 for 33.3%. 4 Seelite Pace 1 797s3 TASHA THE BASHA 2 15552 LORNABELLE 3 02s23 ORPHAMOYNE 4 20505 HARBHAHAY 5 8s346 WENDY ANNE 6 s8768 CLASSIC CARLY 7 399s0 IMAGO (EM 1) Second Line 8 7418s SHEZ A LOOKA 9 55r37 IT HAPPENS A LOT 10 46984 ILLAWONG KATRINA 11 3s524 RUN SCOTTY RUN 12 73990 SHOWBOAT CASEY 2.32 Q1 1690m. $5000. C0 Only Mares RBD Mobile Matt Clarke Fr 10.00 Mathew Craven Fr ?2.50 Rodney Petroff Fr 4.20 Chris Alford Fr 34.00 Graeme Dalton Fr 16.00 Neil McCallum Fr 34.00 Scratched Fr — Daryl Douglas Fr 4.20 Ken Tippet Fr 8.00 Matthew Gath Fr 34.00 Nick Youngson Fr 26.00 Chris Svanosio Fr 41.00 Assessment: IT HAPPENS A LOT (9) goes best over the shorter trip. She was placed third behind two smart horses over this trip two starts back. Strong claims. ORPHAMOYNE (3) resumed at Geelong when runner up then was placed again there last time. She should be fitter and gets her chance to break through in an open race. LORNABELLE (2) has been thereabouts after winning at Ararat five starts back. Her last effort was another honest second at Geelong. Always a chance. SHEZ A LOOKA (8) resumes from a spell. An Ararat winner after leading two starts back, she could show up fresh. TASHA THE BASHA (1) resumed from a spell with a third over a similar trip at Terang. Fitter and ideally drawn, include in chances. RUN SCOTTY RUN (11) has been racing consistently of late and should be included in your multiples. Place chance to HARBHAHAY (4), WENDY ANNE (5), ILLAWONG KATRINA (10) and SHOWBOAT CASEY (12). SELECTIONS: IT HAPPENS A LOT (9), Orphamoyne (3), Lornabelle (2), Sheez A Looka (8). RATINGS: 2, 3, 9 / 1, 8, 11 / 4, 5, 10, 12. SUGGESTED BET: Flexi Trifecta: 2, 3 & 9 to win, 1, 2, 3, 8 & 9 for second with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12 for third. $20.00 for 20.8%. Rob Auber’s specials: BEST: VALUE: TAB DETAILS TAB CODE: M H TOUCHTONE: 22 Our Madagascar (Race 7, No. 10) Allegra (Race 5, No. 2) ROUGHIE: Savannah Way (Race 1, No. 7) AUBER’S $50 FLEXI QUADDIE FOR 46.3% 2, 3, 8, 9 / 2, 4, 6 / 6, 12, 13 / 5, 8, 10 5 Angelique Club 1 74746 LILY MAY 2 21222 ALLEGRA 3 28874 DENVERSCENT (Em 1) 4 17 JANE ISOBEL 5 140s8 MEGA DARLIN 6 60218 AS IT IS IN HEAVEN 7 55276 OLIVELEVEN Second Line 8 56952 LADY TORRENCE 9 6r241 NEVERCOSTADIME 10 00476 SKY HIGH CURVES 11 f5460 DORANELLY 12 62614 HOLDMEHAT 3.08 Q2 2190m. $5000. C1 Only Mares RBD Mobile Rodney Petroff Fr 13.00 Chris Alford Fr 5.00 Beau Tindale (C) Fr 41.00 Kylie Sugars Fr 15.00 Grant Campbell Fr 26.00 Todd Matthews Fr 51.00 Wayne Lear Fr 26.00 Nathan Jack (C) Fr ?2.70 Assessment: ALLEGRA (2) is in top form. She has been runner up at four of her past five starts with the other outing a good win at Geelong. Last start was a tough effort when outside the leader at Kilmore. Hard to beat. Forget last start for AS IT IS IN HEAVEN (6) as she had a flat tyre. Her prior run was an easy Bendigo win. Strong claims. JANE ISOBEL (4) used the sprint lane to win on debut at Nyah before slightly disappointing last time. Give another chance. HOLDMEHAT (12) followed a Yarra Valley victory with a good effort at Moonee Valley last start. Each way. NEVERCOSTADIME (9) broke through at Ararat last start. Harder here, include in multiples. Place chance to LILY MAY (1) from the perfect draw and LADY TORRENCE (8). SELECTIONS: ALLEGRA (2), As It Is In Heaven (6), Jane Isobel (4), Holdmehat (12). RATINGS: 2 / 6 / 4, 12 / 1, 8, 9. SUGGESTED BET: ALLEGRA (2) to win. 6 Golden Country Hcp 3.44 2190m. $5000. C4 Or Better RBD Stand 1 4590s YOU LAZY BOY 2 8608s SHARMAN 3 985s8 BOOK OF COLOURS 4 61855 PARWAN ROCKET 5 37076 JASPER ROSE 6 21741 SACRE COEUR NZ 7 4870f HAWAIIAN DAISY Second Line 8 16756 HEATHCLIFF (Em 1) 9 00067 TOMMY STARFLASH 10 110s8 TOP BAY 11 37307 SMOOTH HAYLEY 12 s2145 WAIKAWA BAY NZ 13 8680s DELTAS DREAM Q3 Glenn Conroy Fr 7.00 Beau Tindale (C cl) Fr 15.00 Mark Peace Fr 34.00 Chris Alford Fr 26.00 Joshua Duggan (C cl) Fr 26.00 Brent Livingstone (C cl) Fr ?2.70 Glenn Douglas Fr 21.00 Chris Alford Fr Nigle Milne (C) Fr 34.00 Austin Mifsud 10 11.00 Daryl Douglas 10 7.00 Gavin Lang 10 4.50 Glen Craven (C) 20 10.00 Assessment: WAIKAWA BAY (12) won over this trip three starts back and has been thereabouts since. A quick beginner he is sure to be in a forward position early and make his presence felt. SACRE COEUR (6) is a brilliant beginner who led all the way at Kilmore last start from the stand. The likely leader who will take running down again. DELTAS DREAM (13) resumes from a spell here for new trainer Marg Lee. She is a smart and tough mare when right and a forward showing first up would not surprise. SMOOTH HAYLEY (11) was placed at Moonee Valley three starts back and was held up last start there from the stand. Include in multiples. Place chance to YOU LAZY BOY (1) who is resuming, PARWAN ROCKET (4) a Ararat winner four starts back, JASPER ROSE (5) and TOP BAY (10) who goes well in stands and will be better for his first up run after an eighteen month layoff. SELECTIONS:WAIKAWA BAY (12), Sacre Coeur (6), Deltas Dream (13), Smooth Hayley (11). RATINGS: 6, 12 / 13 / 11 / 1, 4, 5, 10. SUGGESTED BET: WAIKAWA BAY (12) to win. heraldsun.com.au www.tab.com.au THE MULTIPLES DAILY DOUBLE: 5, 7 QUADDIE: 4, 5, 6, 7 7 HROA Pace 1 01710 NARRA SANDS 2 77225 PENNY BUNGER 3 4s420 VERDANT 4 74966 EFFECTIVE TORQUE 5 88142 LANDSITA 6 8s930 ULTIMATELY 7 82144 JOHNORAMA 4.20 Q4 1690m. $5000. C2 To C3 PBD Mobile Brad Hunt Fr 10.00 Don Larpent Fr 13.00 Mathew Craven Fr 11.00 Chris Alford Fr 11.00 Glen Craven (C) Fr 9.00 Clare McDowall (C cl) Fr 41.00 Kylie Sugars Fr 11.00 Second Line 8 72921 WE DARE TO DREAM 9 96197 DALMONT CHARLI (Em 1) 10 12143 OUR MADAGASCAR NZ Scratched Fr — 11 26366 PRIME PROSPECT NZ Brian Gath Fr 5.50 Daryl Douglas Fr 41.00 Kate Gath Fr 3.50 12 87474 TOP PENNYMAKER Steven Duffy Fr ?2.50 Scratched Fr — Daryl Douglas Fr 4.00 Mark Peace Fr 13.00 Mark Hayes Fr 67.00 Assessment: OUR MADAGASCAR (10) won a heat of the Tontine before having little luck in the semi final and finishing a top third in the final. Strong claims here. LANDSITA (5) won at Ballarat three starts back and finished runner up to the smart Lightning McCool at Terang last time. Go well over the short trip. WE DARE TO DREAM (8) is a very smart pacer who is awkwardly drawn here. He followed a good second at Cobram with an easy all the way win at Shepparton. Top show. EFFECTIVE TORQUE (4) wasn’t disgraced in a strong fillies race at Moonee valley last start. Chance over the short course. JOHNORAMA (7) is poorly drawn over this short trip but has showed a return to form since joining the Greg Sugars stable. Place chance along with PENNY BUNGER (2) who was runner up at both starts before leading at Horsham when slightly disappointing and PRIME PROSPECT (11) who can improve on his last couple. NARRA SANDS (1) led all the way over the short trip at Ararat two starts back. This is much tougher but she gets the perfect draw, trifecta chance along with the other Peter Manning runners VERDANT (3) and SELECTIONS: OUR MADAGASCAR (10), Landsita (5), We Dare To Dream (8), Johnorama (7). RATINGS: 10 / 5, 8 / 2, 7, 11 / 1. 3, 4. SUGGESTED BET: OUR MADAGASCAR (10) to win. 8 Bendigo Bank Hcp 4.59 2190m. $5000. 3yo 3A0 Or Better RBD Stand 1 2 97434 LORD LANCELOT 3 56s STATIC REVENGE 4s1 ROMAN WAY 4 37785 SHANDON VILLAGE 5 38196 LUCE SOUND 6 64512 PACIFICS BOY 7 55s24 HOWZAT FIRE NZ Second Line 8 8s36 HARDWARE HUNTER 9 6s67s LUKE PETER NZ 10 84626 PINAROO JILL 11 55200 THE PRESTIGE (Em 1) 12 72775 KAMWOOD RAIDER 13 Gavin Lang Fr 34.00 Brian Gath Fr 21.00 Anthony O’Connor Fr 9.00 Willy Pace Fr 34.00 Annetto Mifsud Fr 15.00 Darren Pace Fr 4.50 Brent Livingstone (C) Fr 7.00 Todd Matthews Fr 26.00 Maree Campbell Fr 34.00 Daryl Douglas 10 10.00 Gavin Lang Fr 34.00 Lisa Miles 10 1 THE BROWNHOUSE KID NZ Chris Alford 10 ?2.10 Assessment: THE BROWNHOUSE KID (13) has raced once for an easy Kiwi win from the stand. Joining the Tony Dillon stable he has won a recent stand trial here and could take beating first up. ROMAN WAY (3) broke at his debut at Terang then won there last start. Improving, include in chances. PACIFICS BOY (6) broke through at Geelong in a heat before finishing runner up in the final last time. Good chance. HOWZAT FIRE (7) resumed from a spell when placed at Kilmore then did it tough outside the leader at Charlton last time. Each way. LUCE SOUND (5) won three starts back at Kilmore, has claims on that effort. LORD LANCELOT (2) has been thereabouts at his recent runs. Include in trifectas along with HARDWARE HUNTER (8) and PINAROO JILL (10). SELECTIONS: THE BROWNHOUSE KID (13), Roman Way (3), Pacifics Boy (6), Howzat Fire (7). RATINGS: 13 / 3, 6, 7 / 2, 5 / 8, 10. SUGGESTED BET: THE BROWNHOUSE KID (13) to win.
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