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Snapdancer is one of the leading contenders in the Tatts Tiara

The final Group l of the Australian racing season is the Tatts Tiara (1400m) this Saturday at Eagle Farm and it shapes up to be an intriguing contest with a host of genuine winning chances.

Down below is a speed map, runner preview and $100 betting strategy for the 2022 Tatts Tiara.

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2022 Tatts Tiara Speed Map

I think the speed will be genuine, mainly because Snapdancer has drawn quite wide so she will have no other option than to push the button and be aggressive in trying to get across. Shout The Bar and Vangelic won’t be far away, likewise Annavisto, who can get quite keen in the run.

2022 Tatts Tiara Runner Preview

1. Snapdancer: I am prepared to risk her. She got a very soft lead in the Sangster and she has shown previously that if she gets control in front, at this level, against the Mares, she is unbeatable. She won’t get that here, she’s drawn wide, 1400m is a query…enough there to take her on.

2. Shout The Bar: Would be some effort if she won this first up. Hasn’t raced since the All Aged when down the track on testing ground. Trialled well, maps well…I just find her hard to catch. Happy to let her go through to the keeper.

3. Annavisto: She’s dangerous. The key will be getting her to relax because she is a head strong horse but she’s an absolute bomb when produced fresh, her trials have been great and she has change up speed. You’ll know your fate after 400m, but I am not dismissing her.

4. Away Game: Far from disgraced in the Kingsford Smith but she has had enough changes to break through at this level and she maps to be near last and needing luck. Can’t entertain her.

5. Kiku: In the right camp. Just thought she was a touch flattered last start. 12/10 from J Mac and had gate one, fence in run, which was no disadvantage. Strong late, a must for exotics, but needs to improve.

6. Vangelic: Did work fresh in the Dane Ripper but was very plain all the same. She will struggle I’d suggest.

7. Nudge: Nudge ran second in the race last year and she’s on track to run well again. Three weeks between runs since racing over the mile here where she just did a bit too much work and that brought her undone when pipped late by stablemate Kiku. I think she’ll only run well.

8. Brooklyn Hustle:  She’s a hard horse to follow and trust, but I reckon the set up here is ideal for Brooklyn Hustle. She seems to thrive at Eagle Farm and she ran well in this race last year. She was excellent late in the Stradbroke and yes, that is the story of her life, but the run was still very good. I think she’s a great each way bet.

9. Wandabaa: Wandabaa is a mare who loves getting her feet wet, but that said, she is quite capable on top of the ground. That was seen a few weeks ago in the Moreton Cup when a closing second to Baller in a good effort. Back to Mares grade, I think she’ll run her usual honest race.

10. Atishu: 1400m specialist who is bursting to a win a race. Her 1600m run last time looked like she wanted 2000m, so back to 1400m I find interesting and another negative is the rider, Jay Ford, who is harder to catch than Usain Bolt. One for exotics…couldn’t back her to win with confidence.

11. Charmmebaby: What a ripper she has been from Taree. Got a dream run to win the Wayne Wilson. She’s very genuine…but I’d be shocked if she wins this.

12. Written Beauty: Dangerous if she gets conditions to suit. Got too far back in the Dane Ripper but was good late. If she can get a drag into the race and be within range, she’s good enough to win.

13. Yamazaki: I thought she would be retired after her last start flop behind Kiku. I’d be stunned if she produced the necessary form reversal.

14. Palaisipan: Got the A1 run to win the Dane Ripper two weeks ago. She won’t get that here, but Chris Munce has his horses absolutely flying.

15. Bring The Ransom: Had every chance in the Dane Ripper following her Dark Jewel win so I’m happy to look elsewhere to find the winner.

16. Startantes: Startantes is similar to Brooklyn Hustle. Horrendous racing pattern, but she has an engine. One of the runs of the race in the Stradbroke after geting a mile back in the run, finishing off with real purpose between runners. If she’s within range on the turn, she can win.

17. Enchanted Heart (First Emergency): Didn’t get the best of runs in the Dane Ripper but had her chance. Handy mare, but not up to this level.

18. Salateen (Second Emergency): Second emergency, but she’s a leading chance if she gains a start. She was very good late in the Dane Ripper and has a gate to settle much closer in the run. Wouldn’t be shocked if she figured in the finish.

19. Dzsenifer (Third Emergency): Handy mare but not good enough to measure up here.

20. April Rain (Fourth Emergency): She hasn’t won in a long time. Been teasing to win, but hasn’t gone on with it. Not here for me.

21. Tycoon Evie (Fifth Emergency): Loves EF, but she’s not up to this level.

2022 Tatts Tiara $100 Betting Strategy:

I’m going to have a $100 Boxed First Four = 5.95% with the numbers 3-5-7-8-9-10-12-16

Group l Strategy Outlay: $7270
Group l Strategy Return: $11904.1

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