Scone free racing tips & quaddie | Tuesday, February 27

Scone Tips

What Scone Races
Where Scone Race Club – 434 Bunnan Rd, Scone NSW 2337
When Tuesday, February 27, 2024
First Race 1:15pm AEDT

Country racing returns to Scone on Tuesday afternoon for a competitive eight-race program. The rail is in the true position for the meeting, and with improving conditions forecast in the lead-up, the track should be upgraded into the Good range. The opening race is set to get underway at 1:15pm local time.

Best Bet: Don’t Call Me Honey

Don’t Call Me Honey was chased down in the shadows to the post at Tamworth on December 24 but showed plenty of fight when clinging onto the runner-up position. He led them up at a steady clip but just knocked up late on the Soft track conditions. The son of Sooboog should appreciate getting back on top of the ground on Monday, and with a lovely piece of work during his 65 days off the scene, Don’t Call Me Honey should be hard to hold out in this maiden contest.

Best Bet

Race 1 – Don't Call Me Honey#3 Don’t Call Me Honey (2)

3yo Gelding | T: Cameron Crockett | J: Jeff Penza (58.5kg)

+100 with Neds

Next Best: Plonk

Forgive Plonk’s latest effort at Tamworth on February 16, when the daughter of Adelaide didn’t go a yard on the Soft track conditions while chasing on the worsening inside part of the course. Instead, look back to her debut effort at Dubbo on February 5, when the three-year-old filly still did plenty wrong but closed off with some impressive closing sectionals over 1200m. The firming Scone surface should be a major benefit third-up, so expect Plonk to be careering down the centre of the course.

Next Best

Race 4 – Plonk#13 Plonk (11)

3yo Filly | T: Rodney Northam | J: Grant Buckley (56.5kg)

+1300 with Bet365

Best Value: Macleay

Macleay hasn’t missed the frame since resuming at Armidale on December 3 and appears a strong each-way chance to do it again. The six-year-old gelding was a winner two starts back before heading into open company at Tamworth on January 25, when he ran second after looking like the winner on what turned out a be an on-speed track. It was still a gallant performance, and with a genuine tempo expected in this Class 4 contest, Macleay will be doing his best work late to give some leading hopes a scare.

Best Value

Race 7 – Macleay#8 Macleay (13)

6yo Gelding | T: Cody Morgan | J: Anna Roper (58kg)

+1300 with PlayUp

Scone Tuesday quaddie tips – 27/2/2024

Scone quadrella selections

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

  1. 1-2-3-4-5-7-8
  2. 2-5-8
  3. 1-2-4-8-12
  4. 3-4-7-12-14

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