September 23, 2019
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The Big 6!

Last week’s Big 6 was a costly one with Exhilarates ($1.95) our sole winner.

Onto this week:

FLEMINGTON
R1 #7 KING OF LEOGRANCE

One of four Lloyd WIlliams runners engaged here, he has had the two runs in Oz since arriving from Europe. He ran on well into a place first-up then appeared to have every chance when doing the same last time. No doubt there will be a stablemate asked to inject the pace, look for him late.

Our man in Melbourne

R5 #5 DALASAN

Tracked proper G1 older horse Scales Of Justice and ran him down fresh, he then won G1 Memsie beating Alizee and Co. Time was fast. Should be unbeaten. Might be very good. Happily on top!!

(Oz Racing Form)

R7 #4 SCALES OF JUSTICE

Bolted in in the Bletchingley resuming, was beaten as favourite by an impressive winner in SA at Group Three level two back but lost no admirers after sitting three-wide no cover. Two weeks ago at Caulfield in the Memsie she ran on hard from mid-field to win comfortably. I like the draw here, I think he will land in front of the favourite and be off and gone.

Our man in Melbourne

ROSEHILL
R6 #3 BIVOUAC

Resumed at Caulfield two back in the Vain Stakes and was brilliant wining by more than 4 lengths. He was all the rage amongst the 3YO following that win, came to Sydney a fortnight ago and was beaten on his merits by Exceedance on a heavy track. Returning to a good track today, Hughie off (no rider at time of writing) and with that SP profile, he has to be given another chance off that flat second-up run.

Our man in Sydney

R7 #6 ARCADIA QUEEN

Superstar former WA trained mare now with the Waller yard. She bolted in by 3 lengths to win the WA Guineas, then backed it up to win by more than 4 in the Kingston Town at WFA! Now with Waller, she faces a very ordinary field compare to that, the second favourite could be a last start BM78 winner?

Our man in Sydney

MORPHETTVILLE
R4 #1 BLUE MORPHO

Despite finishing sixth, thought this Will Clarken trained mare was far from disgraced when resuming after getting a lot further back than expected. To be eventually beaten less than two lengths in what was a leader dominated race was actually a pretty good effort. Expect her to have taken plenty of benefit for having had that run and remembering second-up last campaign she was actually only beaten 1.25L in the Group Two Sunline Stakes!! Those formlines obviously read huge for this just moderate Bench Mark 75 affair whilst expect her to lead here in a race with absolutely no pace. Simply can’t see any of these giving her a start and a beating…..reckon the current $3.50 makes her close to the days best bet!

Our man in Adelaide

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