Moe Racing Club headlines the beginning of thoroughbred for this week.
The BetDeluxe team has gone through the best bets on the nine-race program.
Moe race 1
#3 only human
Really liked the natural improvement between jump outs shown by Only Human.
His most recent effort at Cranbourne over 800 metres was not run in amazingly quick time, but he showed great style and professionalism in winning.
The three-year-old gelding settled in nicely behind runners and was then given a little squeeze by his jockey, which he responded to really well.
Looks to have good speed and barrier five should give Jamie Mott the chance to settle in a midfield spot with cover so this horse can use his sprint late in the race.
Suggested Bet: Only Human win at $3.8
moe race 3
#6 It's Tornado Storm
It’s Tornado Storm has changed stables since his last preparation and looks to have jumped out really nicely.
He might still be a 12-start maiden, but he has solid credentials around the likes of Kermy and Astronomicelle who have both won in benchmark grade.
Tony Noonan is well known for his ability to take tried horses and get them back into winning ways and this looks no exception.
Think this horse will start significantly shorter than his current quote.
Suggested Bet: It’s Tornado Storm win at $3.3
Suggested Exotic: Quinella 3 & 6
Moe race 4
#9 Master Fontana
Big fan of the jockey change for Master Fontana with aggressive rider Craig Newitt hopping aboard.
This horse had jumped out impressively before his first-up run this campaign and was a shade unlucky when resuming after being cramped for runs near the rails.
Barrier nine looks as though it will suit him much better with Newitt being allowed to get this gelding to stride out with full momentum heading into the home straight.
Happy to be with lightly-raced three-year-old gelding in this event on an each-way basis.
Suggested Bet: Master Fontana each-way at $6 the win and $1.65 the place.
Suggested Exotic: Boxed Trifecta – 1, 6, 9
moe race 9
He is yet to win a race on Australian soil, but going to give Capdannno one more try.
He was really well fancied by the market at his last start but put in a stinker when starting a $4 elect in BM-58 grade at Benalla.
Craig Newitt is now booked and the wide barrier should hopefully be no concern with the track likely to favour horses coming down the outside later in the day.
He has shown enough talent to be winning races in this race and, at the price, he has to be included here.
Suggested Bet: Capodanno each-way at $7.5 the win and $2.6 the place.
Suggested Exotic: Boxed First Four 4, 6, 9, 12