CRANBOURNE is racing this Friday night and the punters have a quality race card to look forward to.
The Melbourne suburb is gearing up to make the Friday night fixture their own, so let’s take a look at which runners we’re targeting.
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Race 1 – Maiden Plate (1000m)
Lovewithouttragedy gets a great gate to finally breakthrough. The filly recorded a third-straight second placing when finishing within a length on March 20 and looks ready to win.
Race 1 tip: Lovewithouttragedy to win at Ladbrokes
Race 2 – Maiden Plate (1300m)
Encosta’s Reward has improved across its three career runs, culminating in a last-start third at Warracknabeal on March 31. The additional trip should be the tonic for victory.
Race 2 tip: Encosta’s Reward to win at Neds
Race 3 – Maiden Plate (1400m)
Cincinnati Red has returned a different horse this preparation after a disappointing opening campaign. The horse has recorded back-to-back second placings, including a heartbreaking placing when running wide. This won’t be an issue jumping from gate one.
Race 3 tip: Cincinnati Red to win at Sportsbet
Race 4 – Class 1 Handicap (1400m)
Run Pam Run has been great this preparation, winning once and placing second across three runs. From the inside draw the filly will be hard to hold out.
Race 4 tip: Run Pam Run to win at Sportsbet
Race 5 – Benchmark 64 (2520m)
We tipped Danesai last time out and it saluted a nice price and we’re not jumping off now. The horse has won two of its last three races and presents as a strong chance.
Race 5 tip: Danesai to win at William Hill
Race 6 – Benchmark 70 (1000m)
Removal will benefit from a trial coming into this race, not only that, but the gelding has a first-up win in the past. From a perfect gate the consistent type will be a factor.
Race 6 tip: Removal to win at Neds
Race 7 – Benchmark 64 (1200m)
The second-up Magnesprit looks well placed to deliver another win this preparation. The horse has a win and a second placing from two second-up attempts and we believe it will deliver once again.
Race 7 tip: Magnesprit to win at Ladbrokes
Race 8 – Benchmark 70 (1300m)
The ultra-consistent Maximus looks poised heading into this race. The horse delivered a brilliant win at this level at Moonee Valley on March 23 and while it jumps in weight, it can deliver yet another BM70 victory.
Race 8 tip: Maximus to win at Ladbrokes