Welcome to our horse racing preview and betting tips for racing on Sunday, June 28th.
We round out the weekend with seven meetings across Australia, including Ballarat Synthetic and Grafton, where Luke Krahe has highlighted four selections he's keen to back.
Check out his preview and betting tips below!
(1) Carnamah is a son of Blackfriars trained locally by Matt Cumani, he has had one run in his career, that debut was here on the synthetic track. He was well supported in the betting, firming from $8.50 to a SP of $6 with the VOP. He got back in the run and settled worse than mid-field, despite laying in for most of the straight he ran on well into second beaten just over a length. It has proven a good form reference with the third horse beaten a length back coming out and winning here during the week. He handles the track well which is a big tick when not racing on the turf, out in trip looks to suit and loses nothing (especially on quieter ridden horses) with John Allen replacing Jamie Kah.
I am very keen to take on (4) Black And Tan in this BM64 over 1500m. Firstly he is a back-marker that has a poor winning record overall. He won his fourth race when first-up after 30 starts, none of those four career wins have come any further into the prep than third-up. He presents here fourth up today after having his first try on the surface last start. He got back and was very plain in the run home only beating half the field as a beaten favourite. Very happy to be against him if he starts at the top of the betting. (5) Winsome Voyage looks a decent play each-way if laying horses isn't your thing, he has the wide draw but will go forward and look for cover. He should settle in front of the favourite, this is easier than what he has raced at his last three in town. He has only had one start her eon the synthetic track and it was a maiden win on debut, happy to be with him over the fave.
(5) Sylvia’s Memory own her maiden down the highway at Coffs on debut leading all the way, they obviously had an opinion of her as they sent her to town for her next two starts. She was off the track and without cover throughout when well beaten behind Dawn Passage, there was money for her that day as she firmed form double figures in. She then went to Warwick Farm and led but was beaten by Bivouac, they are some of the best of her age group in the land that she tackled! She obviously had ose issues as she was sent to the paddock and didn’t return for more than a year. She was ok after sitting off the track here resuming then led for a long way at Taree last time. I like the outside draw as the jock will be forced to get the front early, if he can control this looks no harder and should be fully fit here third-up off that long break.
(1) Snitz looks the good thing of the day and may be just as simple as a put-in take-out job? Sure, he has to overcome the bad draw, but that just means we are getting a lot closer to evens than we should be? He has won four of his last five, two of those since resuming. Last start at Randwick he sat up outside the speed at Listed level and was only beaten 0.7 lengths behind Classique Legend, now he drops back to this class. Yes, he has the wide draw and the 62kg but he just looks in a different league? The stablemate looks the only danger.. Actually there is no danger. The 4/5 on offer at the moment looks very juicy.
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