The first Group 1 race for the West Australian racing carnival, the Group 1 Railway Stakes.
The race was won by Regal Power last year and again features some of the best in WA against some interstate raiders in Kementari and Gailo Chop.
The track is currently rated a good 4 and the weather is good while the rail is in the 3m position.
Was great as he stormed home from the back to win the final 1800m start and beat stablemate Adornment who he’s facing here again. He was doing well when he reached the final preparation for 2200m, so the climb shouldn’t be a problem for him here. Received the services of William Pike and should be home late.
Was narrowly beaten at the last start by Chantorque, which he faces again here. Think he can turn the tables on Chantorque and climb the 1200m where he has a great record. He should be prepared for speed and will see his main competitor settle behind him. Expect them to finish again.
I think he’s building well to have a big race here in Guinea. He was narrowly beaten by Kallaroo at the last 1400m start in the Fairetha Stakes. He held up really well there and should be close again. Comes in third place and should have the option to roll forward or sit in midfield like he did first and keep running.
Suggested bet: Open race but first law ($ 12 win, $ 3. 70 place) sees a good chance of winning and is worth a bet in either direction.
Looks like a great opportunity here. She has four wins from her five career starts and won over 1200 m well first in the last preparation in Belmont. Has got one nice race behind him and should get a big race here. Lack of pace is the only worry when she’s at the back of the field, but she may only have the class to go home to finish anyway.
He was narrowly beaten by Kay Cee in the last 1400m start and narrowly beaten by Inspirational Girl (favorite for this race) two starts ago. He’s getting a significant weight loss to get better at the weights than these two horses and should appreciate the steady pace that appears on paper. Should be there for a long way.
We’ll have to wait a while, but that seems like the best choice of the meeting. He was beaten by Kay Cee in the Lee Steere Stakes Group 2 at 59kg four lengths last time he started. He drops off in class and drops the weights to 55kg and tries to get an easy run at the top. The form lines are strong and he should be able to finish the day in victory.
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