Sportsbet have got their markets out for racing this Saturday, and we have tried to find four runners that appears overs in betting.
Randwick Race Two Number 12 Caccini ($31):
This son of Nicconi hasn’t raced since March 8 at the Sapphire Coast when down the track behind Lincoln Cash Man in a race which has produced four winners, so the form reads okay. What I like is his two wet track runs, which were back at the start of his career. On debut ran third on a heavy track, with the second horse being multiple Stakes winner Winter Bride, and next start placed on soft behind a multiple winner and city performer Stone Cold. Speck each way.
Randwick Race Four Number 7 I’m Pretty Strong ($8.50):
I reckon she’s nearly one of the better gambles on the program. Former American mare for Chris Waller that made her Australian debut over 1400m on the Kenso track last Wednesday where she was off the bit before the turn, looking very one paced, then got checked halfway down the straight, but picked up and loved the way she found the line and ran through it. She’ll eat up the mile and seemed to get through the heavy there okay, and the big tick for me is a senior rider taking over.
Randwick Race Five Number 8 Our Candidate ($9.00):
Looked a good thing over 2100m at Wyong last time hence why he was $1.26 in betting and under a confident steer from Shinn, he was far too good for his rivals despite probably not being 100% happy around the tight track. Up to 2400m on the bigger track, fourth up, he does look hard to beat.
Randwick Race Six Number 7 Top Prospect ($11):
Been trialling up in good order prior to the resumption over the mile here two weeks ago where he had the suck run three back the fence before angling clear in the straight and he looked dangerous when presented but his condition gave out late. Fitter with upside left, he’s a knockout chance for sure.