The Wolf’s best bet comes out of a strong debut maiden. Here are Tuesday’s racing tips.


Festivus made a terrific debut in much stronger company and looks superbly placed here at start number two. The Teofilo 2YO finished fourth behind Toomuchtobear, and the second and third placed horses then went on to fill the quinella next time out at Geelong. The McEvoy stable have a phenomenal record at this track, with seven winners from seventeen starters this year.
Recommended Price: $2.25
Confidence Level: 5/5


Sally Sunshine looks a nice chance on debut for top trainer Peter Moody. She has jumped out in impressive style for this, going down in a head bobber behind Miss Arizona, who ran very well at Moe on Saturday. This is a winnable race.
Recommended Price: $4.60
Confidence Level: 3/5

The Dan O’Sullivan stable has been having a good run of late, particularly at this track, and he looks to have another good chance here in Cactus King. The four year old ran on well last time at Ballarat over 1500m and his pedigree suggests he should be better over this longer trip. Michael Poy just needs some luck early.
Recommended Price: $9.00/3.00
Confidence Level: 3/5

Last time Censored raced beyond a mile he finished third at Flemington. The McEvoy trained gelding could have gone a lot closer last time over 1600m at Bendigo but had a chequered passage around the turn and in the straight. If he can have some luck from barrier 1 he can go close.
Recommended Price: $5.00
Confidence Level: 3.5/5

Born To Play’s form looks particularly strong now that the horse which beat it home last time, Super Effort, was arguably a good thing beaten on Saturday at Randwick. That was Born To Play’s first start for top Newcastle trainer Nathan Doyle and he should only be improved from that hit out.
Recommended Price: $2.5
Confidence Level: 4.5/5


Ballarat 3/11 Festivus & Wyong 7/10 Born To Play


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