HERALD Sun form analyst Gilbert Gardiner says punters can bet confidently as there will be no nightmare when Simply Dreaming chases her breakthrough victory at Kilmore.
Gardiner expects the four-year-old mare to show enough improvement to be too good for rivals in her maiden and hasn’t hesitated in putting her on top as his best bet for the program.
R4 No. 10
Needs only to improve a smidgen from her last start third behind the smart Zoutori to have panels on this lot third-up with Michael Walker on-board.
SHE’S A DIPLOMAT
R7 No. 7
Stuck on gamely last start to break her maiden at Kyneton. Will need to overcome a horror draw (15) to win this but distance shouldn’t be a problem.
R5 No. 11
Ultra-consistent gelding already a winner second up last preparation. Placed in seven of 11 starts — maps to be in the finish again from good gate.
MORE THAN EVER
R3 No. 4
Capable of sharp improvement after he failed to threaten at Bendigo first-up from a long break. Worth noting, the gelding is trainer Tony McEvoy’s — and stable rider Luke Currie’s — only commitment on the card.
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R3 No. 12
“Hasn’t shown enough, blinkers on and we’re hoping that it may show something at the end of 1600 but at this point I haven’t seen enough from her to be thinking she will be competitive.”
R7 No. 8, $
“She’s a nice clean-winded staying filly and I’m sure she’ll show up. We’re back in distance on her but she’ll be closing in on them and probably wants a bit further.”
ARMED AND READY
R7 No. 3
“He’s found his right race, outclassed last start at Caulfield but should be competitive.”
Originally published as Racing focus: Best bets for Kilmore
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