There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my attention to Menangel and Albion Park.
Here are the best bets for the software in question.
Best bet: Race 4, Number 9, Sobomba
The best he can see remove this. Forgive his last effort. He was trucking into the race as a major threat to the win but he made a mistake and lost all chances. He has since experimented with Penrith and his work there is sound. If he comes up with his best manners, he wins.
Next Best: Race 2, #7, Itzfergietime
This seems like a race between this girl and the groundbreaking creation. Itzfergietime is well-founded with four career outings and has already shown that she can do work in running and will still be effective of late. Is it leading and through the main creation? Maybe, but you’ll probably do a run at work. Even if she allowed it, she would be beaten.
Value: Race 6, Number 3, Our Business Man
This is a small ticket for every direction at odds. Ricky Alchin is coaching this three-year-old, who did some decent races when he was last on the job and was mostly out of shame. Pioneering trials were strong and at gate speed, this horse could press forward before getting cover, take no action and be a tricky opportunity at a price.
Best bet: Race 2, Number 2, Zacharooni
Ricky Alchin rarely gets it wrong when he brings them to Queensland, so I’m confident this colt could bring back a winner. This horse made his Penrith debut back in February. He showed gate speed early but broke and lost all hope. This horse is well spelled, well trained to prepare and must have the speed to drive and prove difficult to overtake.
Next Best: Race 4, No. 2, Uncle Shank
This horse has a modicum of sophistication and quality, which I am confident can yield a winning return in what looks like a race that lacks serious overall depth. He did a really great job as an event when he was the last time he was on the job. I’m eager to see how he goes when he’s three. I have gently experimented with getting ready.
Value: Race 6, Number 1, Glenlade Commander
This is a tough race so I’m glad to catch a glimpse of the tree trunks through this four-year-old. He hasn’t exactly set the world on fire in his career yet but to be fair, that can be said for most of those. He’s getting a good portal to use, the landlords will likely come back and he’ll be a risk at an affordable price.