Wolf’s Out Wide Racing Guide – Tuesday, 7 November

Wolf’s Best

To Excess (Randwick Race 7, No. 12)

Tracey Bartley trained gelding who did everything but win last start at Randwick, narrowly finishing second to Firsthand over 1200m.

He gets his chance to redeem himself to the punters here and The Wolf is confident that he will be doing so.

He drops 4.5kg from his last start second and with barrier 4 should have no problem settling himself on the speed from the draw.

His last start form is very hard to go past and The Wolf is supremely confident that he’ll be going on with things here.

Recommended Bet: To Excess to WIN at $5.00.

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All Too Soon (Randwick Race 1, No. 8)

Rising stayer who should relish every metre of the 1800m on offer.

Last start she only battled away fairly at Randwick over 1400m, but she’ll eat up the 1800m against what appears to be a relatively weak field.

She’s had five runs this prep and with the residual fitness she’ll have built up from these runs, The Wolf expects her to win.

Recommended Bet: All Too Soon to WIN at $2.50.

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Kawaikini (Randwick Race 6, No. 6)

Jason Coyle trained galloper who won well last start at Nowra over 1200m.

She’s placed behind Egg Tart and New Universe, both of whom would be close to race-favourite here.

The Wolf expects she’ll have come on from her first up run and with a positive ride from Josh Adams, looks the one to beat.

Recommended Bet: Kawaikini to WIN at $6.00.

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Via Balciano (Morphettville Race 5, No. 1)

Dominant last start maiden winner who looks very well placed to score back to back wins here.

Last start he settled at the rear of the field and extended away in the straight with ease, to score by nearly three lengths.

He doesn’t meet an overly strong field for his first start in town and The Wolf is confident he can go on with things here.

Recommended Bet: Via Balciano to WIN.

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Miss Cuoco (Morphettville Race 8, No. 6)

A winner of her last two this Gary Searle trained can make it three in a row here.

She was clinical last start, settling at the rear and rounding them up late to score by just under a length.

She displayed a very powerful turn of foot that day and The Wolf is confident that if she brings her best, she’ll prove hard to beat.

Only concern is that Joe Bowditch hops off, however this was to be expected as Kennewell has a horse in the field.

Recommended Bet: Miss Cuoco to WIN.

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2, 6, 11 / 2, 3, 12 / 2, 6 / 3, 4

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