Wolf’s Out-Wide Racing Guide – Wednesday, 11 July

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

Wolf’s Best

Savs Finale (Hobart Race 1, No. 5)

Savs Finale in search of the hat-trick of wins here and The Wolf is very confident that he be getting it. He’s drawn well for jockey Anthony Darmanin and with luck should be able to settle somewhere on the speed with cover. He’s turned into a new horse this preparation and his winning ways can continue here.
Confidence Level: 
Recommended Price: WIN

Circuit Bets

Volum (Morphettville Race 1, No. 7)

Volum led and fought on gamely last start at Mildura only to be run down late by Signature Street, a horse who appears to be going places. The Wolf is supremely confident this form will hold up and if he leads again he’ll give them all something to run down. He’s lightly raced and with two runs under his belt he looks set to be a maiden no more.
Confidence Level: 
Recommended Price: WIN

Red Pearl (Hobart Race 3, No. 11)

Red Pearl has only had the one run in Tasmania for one second placing and off that run she looks very well placed to go one better here. She boxed on well that day after settling third and if she repeats that performance here she’ll go close. Troy Baker takes the reins indicating to The Wolf that she is ready to win and against this calibre of field should be doing exactly that.
Confidence Level: 
Recommended Price: WIN

Chalmers (Grafton Race 6, No. 4)

Chalmers won very well in Sydney last start and with that form under his belt he looks very hard to beat in this. He loves the mile and should be primed for this with the four runs under his belt already this prep. Craig Newitt’s hard style of riding should suit this son of Mossman and the duo are expected to take out the Grafton Guineas here.
Confidence Level: 
Recommended Price: $4

League Of Nations (Belmont Race 10, No. 9)

League Of Nations placed in 6/8 when racing in Sydney and if he brings that form here he’ll blow this field away. This is a sharp drop in grade from what he faced last prep and if he can settle on the speed he’ll get every chance to breakthrough. Peter Knuckey takes the reins for trainer Chris Gangemi and with luck this galloper should be a maiden no more.
Confidence Level: 
Recommended Price: WIN

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