Horse Racing Tips

Wednesday Best Tips & Previews, May 29th

Canterbury Park and Sale are the feature meetings this Wednesday. With competitive racing expected at both venues, find out below who our experts are expecting to take home the cash!

Canterbury Park and Sale are the feature meetings this Wednesday. With competitive racing expected at both venues, find out below who our experts are expecting to take home the cash!

Canterbury Park Race 6

#3 Bunker Hut

Bunker Hut is racing well without winning. The Savabeel gelding has been thereabouts throughout the campaign, and he will find a suitable assignment on Wednesday. The 3kg apprentice claim brings him into all winning conversations, and the drop back to 1250m could prove a training masterstroke. He needs to put another victory on the board. 

Rebel Shadow caught the eye first-up from a spell. The classy Rebel Dane gelding traditionally performs well at this stage of his preparation, and he finds his pet distance here. Barrier three is advantageous, and he strips fitter after his recent outing. A must for all broader multiples and exotics. 

Little Cointreau resumes after a string of ominous barrier trials. The Contributer gelding is a proven fresh performer, and he is building an impressive career record to date. He looks well placed in this company, and there has been a flood of early money for the big boy. The awkward alley is the primary concern.

Suggested Bet: Bunker Hut @ $5.50

Canterbury Park RACE 7

#3 Yet He Moves

Yet He Moves is ready to strike. The Adelaide gelding put the writing on the wall last start, and the step out to 1900m looks ideal at this stage of his campaign. The 3kg apprentice claim is advantageous, and the current track conditions will suit the Chris Waller-trained commodity. From the wide gate, he will roll forward and pilot the field, and if he can pinch some cheap sectionals throughout, he will look the winner inside the final furlong. He tends to find one better on the day.

La Vesuvius is over the odds. The Eurozone gelding will appreciate the significant drop in class, and he looks suited to the middle draw. If he can avoid an early-speed battle and find the bunny during the race’s early stages, he may prove hard to run down. His fate may be decided during the first furlong. 

Allhallowtide savaged the line at his latest outing. The Savabeel gelding will appreciate the longer trip, and I suspect he has the fitness edge on the majority of his rivals. The enigmatic four-year-old oozes class and his best performance here could be simply too good for his opponents. The carpark draw is the biggest obstacle. 

Suggested Bet: Yet He Moves @ $5.50

Sale Race 5

#3 Noble Conqueror

Noble Conqueror has promised the world and delivered at atlas to date.  The Churchill gelding has shown plenty of promise and ability early doors, and I suspect punters are running out of patience with the perennial teaser. The lightly raced four-year-old finds a winnable assignment second-up, and the 1400m looks his best distance. His fresh run was ominous, and I suspect he is ready to explode! 

New Sovereign has made a successful start to his racing career. The Sea The Moon gelding was a dominant winner on debut, and he lost no admirers in a game second-up performance. The drop back to seven furlongs could prove fruitful, and the inform Ethan Brown has plenty of options from barrier five. It may pay dividends to watch for any significant market moves.

Red Mile resumes with air of expectation. The Justify gelding has turned heads recently at the jumpouts, and there has been a flood of early money for the Peter Moody-trained galloper. From barrier two, he drifts back and watches the race unfold, and if he doesn’t get too far out of his ground, he can threaten late. His racing pattern and style will always require an element of good fortune.

Suggested Bet: Noble Conqueror @ $2.70

Sale Race 6

#2 All So Clear

All So Clear looks the good thing of the day on a tricky racing program. The So You Think gelding is rock-hard fit, and I suspect he is ready to explode on Wednesday. He has been the bridesmaid at his latest outings at Ballarat and has been screaming out for the longer trip since the moon landing. Barrier three will ensure a soft run in transit, and if he sees daylight before the final furlong, I expect him to prove too strong late for his rivals.

Kwoi Hoi looks great each-way value. The Danerich gelding has been good this preparation without winning, and I suspect his next victory is just around the corner. The 3kg apprentice claim puts him into all winning calculations, and I suspect he will occupy the box seat jumping from barrier four. Unfortunately, he has the rare ability of always finding trouble in transit. 

Corona Lad is coming off a flat first-up performance. The Animal Kingdom gelding never gave a yelp, and I suspect the camp were scratching their heads. His second-up record must be respected, and the step out in trip plays into his favour. He will take benefit from his fresh run, and if he can find a spot in-running line from the visitors draw, he can play a role. 

Suggested Bet: All So Clear @ $2.20

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