Racing and Sports Tips – 10/09/16


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Here are The Wolf’s best racing and sports tips!

Flemington Thoroughbred Bet (2:50pm AEST)
Defcon (Race 5, No.1) was brilliant in winning the McNeil first-up.

He is a colt that has always possessed a lethal turn of foot and that was on display at Caulfield. He has to transfer that to down the straight in the G2 Danehill Stakes but doubt it’ll pose too much of a problem. Go back through his two-year-old form and you’ll notice he ran second to Astern in the Silver Slipper, and it was off a wide run.

He’s the real deal this three-year-old and suspect we’ll see him line up in the Coolmore later over the spring. This is the perfect way to get him familar with straight racing.

Confidence Level: 4-Chips

Recommended Price: $4 


Bunbury Harness Bet (10:50pm AEST)

Our Euphoria (Race 7, No.1) resumes from close to five months away from the track but has changed trainer and has won a recent barrier trial running a nice last half.

This filly has good gate speed and should be able to lead throughout in this assignment.

Confidence Level: 4-Chips

Recommended Price: $2  


The Meadows Greyhound Bet (9:20pm AEST)

Shimatron (Race 7, No.2) impressed last start at this track.

He was beaten a long way but wasn’t entitled to finish second after settling towards the tail early. Prior to that he won two straight.

Maps to lead this race which gives him a big edge on Paut To Avoid (Box 5)

Confidence Level: 4-Chips

Recommended Price: $3 


AFL: Adelaide v North Melbourne (7:50pm AEST)

It’s hard to see this one going anything but the way of the home side. Adelaide -32.5 is the bet.

Adelaide got a reality check in the last round after a soft draw, and received a lesson in finals intensity. Expect them to learn from it. North have struggled for the best part of three months now, and in reality are not one of the best eight teams in the competition. Their early season form has long since dissipated. Add in the unrest created by the Kangaroos off-field staff pensioning off veterans like Harvey, Petrie and Firrito, and the instability at North is not going to lead to finals wins.

Adelaide’s best is free-flowing attacking footy to the most potent forward-line in the AFL, matched with defensive soundness which keeps the ball trapped in their forward half. North won’t be able to match them, and can be expected to drop away late in the game once the result is a foregone conclusion.

Confidence Level: 4-Chips

Recommended Price: $1.90