The Wolf’s best bet showed plenty in her first campaign and looks set for better races than this at Sale. Here are Tuesday’s racing tips.
Peskijen is a three-year-old filly with plenty of upside. She broke her maiden on debut last campaign then acquitted herself in some stronger races prior to a spell. First up at this track she ran on well over the 1200m so 1400m second up looks perfect. She draws to get the run of the race from barrier two and most of these have found their level.
Recommended Price: $3.00
Confidence Level: 4.5/5
Clifton Springs is having his first start for new trainer Brett Cavanough and he shouldn’t take long to break his maiden for the new yard. He placed second at Grafton last time out in a maiden that has produced five subsequent winners. From barrier four, he should get every chance.
Recommended Price: $3.50
Confidence Level: 4/5
Choosday Nights looks well placed here with blinkers on for the first time. The Jimmy Choux mare placed second in a handy race last time at Canberra and was good at Hawkesbury prior to that. This is a drop in class and she has raced well at this track before. Look for Chad Lever to press forward from the wide draw with the shades on.
Recommended Price: $3.80
Confidence Level: 3.5/5
This race has been weakened by scratchings and accordingly Super Vino is now a strong play. While he typically needs a run or two, the soft lead he maps to get in front might let him get away with this first up. In a weak field, he has far and away the most upside.
Recommended Price: $4.50
Confidence Level: 3/5
Sale 5/8 Peskijan & Narromine 2/7 Clifton Springs