MORUYA is one of two Australian race meets on Monday and we cannot think of a better way to gear us back into the working week than enjoying the Moruya Cup.
There’s eight races on offer and we have provided tips for every single event.
Let’s get right into it.
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Race 1 – Maiden Plate (1010m)
Seealla should be breaking the maiden here. The horse looks ready to go after two back-to-back third placings at the venue it confronts on Monday and it won’t get an easier maiden than this one.
Race 1 tip: Seealla to win ($2.65 at Crownbet)
Race 2 – Class 3 Handicap (1425m)
She’s Got Bling won at the track and distance last time out, and while this is a slight step-up in class, there’s no reason to doubt it here. The horse jumps from the ideal barrier to go back-to-back and to our eyes is in the best form of any elect.
Race 2 tip: She’s Got Bling to win ($3.20 at Neds)
Race 3 – Maiden Handicap (1200m)
Boston Ivy has finished within half a length in its last two events and looks well placed to break through here. The horse will look to spear out from gate eight and deliver the goods from the head of affairs.
Race 3 tip: Boston Ivy to win ($3 at Ladbrokes)
Race 4 – Benchmark 60 (2000m)
City Of Kirkwall wins this race on its ear. After two back-to-back third placings to start this preparation before breaking through in spectacular fashion in the nation’s capital. We think it goes on with the job again on Monday.
Race 4 tip: City Of Kirkwall to win ($2.05 at Sportsbet)
Race 5 – Benchmark 60 (1010m)
Tides Of Fortune is in great form and looms as a winning threat once again. The last-start win at BM55 level at Nowra was strong and we love the odds around this talented six-year-old.
Race 5 tip: Tides Of Fortune to win ($11 at William Hill)
Race 6 – Class 2 Plate (1200m)
Zardoro is resuming after a five month break and will deliver here. The horse has never missed the top-two in its three race career. The horse is undefeated at Moruya and should win this race.
Race 6 tip: Zardoro to win ($3.80 at Ladbrokes)
Race 7 – Moruya Cup (1650m)
Goldmine is hunting a hat-trick and we believe it is well placed to achieve it. The Matthew Dale-runner has recorded four wins from nine races and has the ability to win the feature and go on with the job.
Race 7 tip: Goldmine to win ($5.50 at Ladbrokes)
Race 8 – Moruya Town Plate (1300m)
Bill ‘N’ Eve has finished inside the placings in four-straight races, all at the Moruya track. The horse gets a tricky barrier but has the ability and the form at the track to register its sixth career win
Race 8 tip: Bill ‘N’ Eve to win ($7.50 at Crownbet)