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Racing tips: 19th January

HERE are this week’s midweek racing selections from the PlayUp form analyst.


R5 #6 Inner Spirit $3.70 at PlayUp
Very good maiden winner at Mornington last start, sitting three and four wide without cover the entire trip and still being too good for the rest of the field. He managed to run the 5th fastest last 200m split of the entire day, and his last 400m was 2L quicker than standard time. Doing all this off a very tough wide effort  was impressive, and from a soft draw here with the booking of M Zahra, i’m confident he can go back to back with wins.

R8 #7 Hasseltoff $3.80 at PlayUp
Very unlucky running 3rd last start at Flemington on new years day, running under 1L off the winner over the mile. He got to a very awkward spot in running, sitting on the fence four pairs back from the lead, and was forced to wait an age to get around heels for a clear run. Once out inside the last 100m he flashed through the line in a very good effort. With any even luck there he probably wins, and J Kah sticking will be keen to atone for last start.


R5 #2 Kipsbay $1.85 at PlayUp
Very keen that this Waller run can make the move north here and win, coming off a very good 2nd at Canterbury last start and a subsequent strong Rosehill trial win. The lightly raced Capitalist gelding looks primed to win here in a much easier race, bringing strong Sydney formalises and gets the booking of J Orman as well. The wide draw is a tough of a concern, but expecting class to prevail here.


R5 #9 Confessed $2.50 at PlayUp
Second up here, went within a length of the winner running 2nd when resuming at Gosford in what was a great return to form. This mare is no stranger to the winners enclosure, with two wins from nine starts so far in her career. Second up here, drawn well, and the booking of T Clark looks a positive. She is a previous second up winner, last prep here at Newcastle over the 1400m and was a dominant victor. Set to go very well here.

R7 #4 Rejoiced $4.00 at PlayUp
Was a winner of his first two races both on wet going, and then ran last in a disappointment at Gosford last start. Although, he was hardly disgraced only beaten 2.3L on the line in a smart enough BM64 race. Fourth up here, may get a firmer surface which should be no issue, and the Neasham/Loy combination is a proven winning formula. Tipping it can bounce back into the winners stall.


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