|Where||Wyong Race Club – 71-73 Howarth St, Wyong NSW 2259|
|When||Sunday, August 29, 2021|
|First Race||12:20pm AEST|
A handy eight-race card is scheduled for Wyong on Sunday afternoon and Horsebetting’s New South Wales form analyst presents his best bets, top odds and free quaddie selections. The track is rated a Soft 6, with the rail out 3m the entire circuit for the meeting getting underway at 12:20pm AEST.
Wyong Best Bet: Warmth
The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Warmth comes to the Wyong 1100m following consecutive runner up efforts to begins her career and looks well placed to break through for a deserved maiden victory. She has been left alone out in front with a long way to go in both of her two starts and have ultimately been vulnerable late and keeps finding one better over the final 50m. She has gained the services of Regan Bayliss for this third up run and from barrier five should have no qualms in finding the one-one in running with speed drawn to her outside. If Bayliss can keep her with cover as late as possible in the home straight, then she should be simply too good for this maiden field.
Next Best at Wyong: Icecrusher
One of the better bets on the Wyong card comes up when the Shayne Cahill-trained Icecrusher steps out in the Wyong Cup Prelude or her third start in Sydney. Despite being beaten under a length last time out on the Randwick-Kensington card on August 18, she had every right to finish closer to the eventual winner Silent Agenda having been held up for a run until it was too late. She recorded the fastest last 200m in the race and has shown from her career in Adelaide, she can give her rivals a start and finish right over the top of them. From barrier 10, she will need to go back from the wide draw and considering she has a sharp turn of foot she should be simply too hard to hold out.
Wyong Value Bet: Retiro
Last start Scone winner Retiro comes to the Wyong 1000m having dominated his rivals over 900m by 2.5 lengths despite having to sit wide the trip. From barrier 10 under Tom Sherry, the Gary Portelli-trained three-year-old colt will go forward from the wide barrier and looked to settle just outside the leader or in the one-one. Coming into this third up from a spell he should be approaching peak fitness and can keep a genuine sprint from what we have seen so far in his career and if he brings his Scone form to Wyong, he is a genuine knockout chance in the last leg of the quaddie.
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