Wolf’s Out-Wide Racing Guide – Saturday, 14 July

The Wolf goes out wide this Saturday for his best bets around the country. There is value to be had and he has found it. Check out his best bets from the Sunshine Coast, Morphettville & Belmont..

Wolf’s Best

Shogun Sun (Sunshine Coast Race 9, No. 1)

Shogun Sun scored an impressive win over this course and distance last start and looks well placed in this to repeat. He promised a lot as a youngster when winning at Randwick, however since struggled against the top grade of gallopers. He’s back in the right grade again for this off last start and with Jim Byrne sticking aboard he should get every chance.
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Recommended Price: $3.30

Circuit Bets

Thorondor (Morphettville Race 2, No. 2)

Thorondor scored an impressive win on debut before being defeated by Assertive Play who has since won again, this time by over five lengths. Thorondor is a promising colt who can atone for his last start defeat by winning here. Tourneur hopes back on top which is a bonus and from the draw he maps to get all the favours throughout.
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Recommended Price: $3.10

Lady Soma (Morphettville Race 5, No. 9)

Lady Soma has scored two impressive wins to date and looks well placed to notch up her third in as many starts here. She powered away in style last start to score by two lengths in what appears to be a strong form race moving forward. This will be her toughest test to date but she is more than capable of stepping up and winning in this grade.
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Recommended Price: $4.80

Megablast (Sunshine Coast Race 6, No. 1)

Megablast was utterly dominant last start at Caloundra and should be able to repeat that effort here. He won by over three lengths that day over 2400m and gave every indication that a rise in distance to 3200m would suit. Damian Browne sticks aboard which is a plus and against this field he should take a power of beating.
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Recommended Price: $1.90

Ragnar’s Saga (Belmont Race 7, No. 5)

Ragnar’s Saga gets a welcome drop in grade from last start and with luck should prove very hard to beat. He’s twice a winner from four when second up so expect the first to have only been a pipe-opener. His last start in a BM66 saw him in finish in first and The Wolf is expecting exactly that from him here.
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