Friday Harness Racing Guide
Mildura Race 4, No.2 Charissa Tee
Has raced outside the leader her last three runs and finished gallant seconds. Today from the pole The Wolf expects her to lead and she will take a power of beating from that position.
Kilmore Race 5, No.6 Tarin Kowt
This is a huge class drop on recent runs and although he has to overcome barrier six his recent form shows he is more than capable. He has won five races in his lifetime and four of them have been over the sprint trip which he faces again tonight. Looks very well placed in this race.
Albion Park Race 8, No. 8 Kyms Boy
We are banking on the one leading which will make Kyms Boy a huge chance of winning at double digits. He was very unlucky last start when held up and we should go on his previous run when he was beaten a head in 1.55.5 over the 2138m distance.
Port Pirie Race 1, No. 1 Barney Fella
Although he is first-up from a spell he looks the leader and over the mile trip The Wolf thinks he is our winner. This race is a step down on recent efforts and tonight he will give us a great sight for our money.
Albion Park Race 3, No.3 Tom And Grace
From barrier three he should slot perfectly into the running line for a soft trip. Last start he got too far out of his ground from the bad barrier. The start prior he should have gone very close to winning at huge odds after being held up at a vital stage.
Wolf’s Back Breaker
Gloucester Park Race 3, No 7 American Boy
He is a talented pacer having won 12 of his 15 race starts but tonight The Wolf thinks he is going to go under at short odds. He’ll have to do it tough again and the likely leader Atlastalone is going to improve dramatically.
Feature Race Betting
GROUP 1 – $125,000 Premier Avan 2yo Golden Slipper Ms Pace (Gloucester Park)
The pole marker runner Mitch Maguire looks terribly hard to beat now that he got the plum draw. He was an awesome winner last start when breaking the track record at Narrogin and The Wolf concedes this high-price import should be winning tonight. Major Pocket will have a very soft run behind the leader and looks a good place chance. El Barcelona is an exciting two-year-old but the barrier will make it hard for him while Im Rockaria and The Real Ideal look best of the rest.
Premier Avan Aliner Ms Pace (Gloucester Park)
The return of Beaudiene Boaz has got The Wolf excited but he does think he is vulnerable from his draw first-up. Change Gear from barrier one is the one they have to beat. He won seven starts when racing outside the leader over this trip, posting a mile rate of 1.54.2. Tonight from the lead he can go much faster. Run Oneover has been in fine form and although he will have to do it tough, his recent wins have suggested he is a very smart horse. Tuapeka Kahu maps well and is a must for exotics.