Wyong and Cranbourne are the meetings our selections are from and our tip of the day, trained by Gerald Ryan, is looking to make it back-to-back victories after proving too slick for his rivals last start.
Wyong is racing on a Soft 5 with the rail out 3m Entire Circuit.
Cranbourne is a Soft 7 with the rail out 9m Entire Circuit.
Drawn to get the run of the race sees GRAND SYMPHONY ready to atone for his narrow last start defeat. Chased hard but found one too good on the day when beaten by half a length behind Saccharo at Sale and will strip fitter third-up here today. Looks to have found the right race to get his maiden victory. Big show expected.
1st: No3 GRAND SYMPHONY 2nd: No1 Galway; 3rd: No2 Grand Jury; 4th: No6 Mark The Horse
Hard to see anything upsetting HOMEWORK (NEXT BEST BET) in the opening event of the program at Wyong today. Led and proved too good when defeating Given Time by a length at Newcastle a fortnight ago. Has drawn to get the run of the race and will be in this for a long way. Hard to beat.
1st: No1 HOMEWORK 2nd: No3 Joy for Us; 3rd: No6 Elaborate; 4th: No2 I Am Baymax
*SCRATCHED* LADY I AM was beaten by 2.3 lengths behind Zonk at Canterbury last start and she looks perfectly placed to bounce back into the winner’s circle here today. Defeated Gretzky by a length on this track back in July, she has a good record over the distance and will be in this for a long way. Will appreciate this class drop and looks a big danger. Sticking with her.
1st: *SCRATCHED* No5 LADY I AM 2nd: No2 Prima Stella; 3rd: No9 Home Made; 4th: No11 Scatter Blast
Sticking with the consistent MIALIGN to take out the final event of the program at Cranbourne today. Beaten by 3 lengths behind Eduardo at Sandown last start and will appreciate the class drop here today. Has a good record over the distance and looks primed for a big show. Rates well, the one to beat.
1st: No3 MIALIGN 2nd: No2 Monajet; 3rd: No4 Nicodame; 4th: No6 No Tan Tat
Sticking with the Gerald Ryan-trained OMAR (BEST BET) to make it successive victories here today. Led and was too classy for his rivals at Kembla last start, defeating Oyster Bay by 2.1 lengths. Has plenty of early speed and looks the one to beat here once again today. Will strip fitter and be hard to beat. Serious chance.
1st: No4 OMAR 2nd: No2 Apache Dude; 3rd: No5 Second Island; 4th: No6 Go Joyce Go