|Where||Cranbourne Turf Club – 50 Grant St, Cranbourne VIC 3977|
|When||Friday, January 14, 2022|
|First Race||5:45pm AEDT|
Racing heads to Cranbourne Turf Club on Friday night for a nine-part meeting and Horsebetting’s Victorian tipping expert presents his best bets, top odds and free quaddie picks. The track is rated a Good 4, with the rail in the true 1600m-1000m and then out 3m the remainder, for the meeting commencing at 5:45pm AEDT.
Cranbourne Best Bet – Honeycreeper
The James Cummings-trained Honey Creeper comes to the Cranbourne 1600m following a minor placing at Flemington on December 18. The three-year-old filly out Teofilo was left flat footed at Flemington last time out, but did pick up nicely over the final 200m to show she should take some beating at Cranbourne. Jamie Kah will take the steer and from barrier four, we expect to see Honeycreeper settled in the first half a dozen where she is set to gain a nice tow into the race. The step up to the mile looks to be ideal here third-up from a spell and if she can produce a nice turn of foot on the home turn unlike at Flemington, the Honeycreeper looks a clear best bet on the Cranbourne card.
Next Best Bet at Cranbourne – Escadora
Anthony & Sam Freedman will be hoping Escadora can build on her first-up fourth at Moonee Valley on December 31. The four-year-old mare out of Helmet could do no better than settle four wide with no cover, so to be defeat just over two lengths, suggests she will take beating this time round. From barrier five, look for Jamie Kah to take a sit off the speed and have Escadora in the moving line throughout this 1400m event. Her sole career win came over 1400m when second-up from a spell last time in and it looks to be a recipe for success once again.
Best Value Bet at Cranbourne – Tagomago
The Lloyd Kennewell-trained Tagomago was an eye-catcher at Cranbourne last time out on January 2 when finishing fifth defeated just over a length. The three-year-old filly out of Written Tycoon worked strongly through the line over 1400m, so the step up to 1600m on Friday looks to be ideal. Her start prior, she was not beaten too far at Moe when finishing second and if she runs to the form she has produced so far this campaign, this looks to be the maiden race for her. Jordan Childs will look to have settled in a prominent position from barrier eight. As long as Tagomago does not get trapped wide upon settling, she has a nice turn of foot which should see her fight out the finish.
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