Wolf’s Out-Wide Racing Guide – Wednesday, 18 April

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 …

Wolf’s Best

Prince Of Promises (Ascot Race 1, No. 1)

Prince Of Promises impressed on debut and The Wolf is confident he will be shedding the maiden tag here at his second career start. He hit the line well on debut to suggest that he is destined for bigger and better things and with Pike taking the reins this race definitely suits. He has the rails draw and should give them plenty to catch. 
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Recommended Price: WIN

Circuit Bets

Il Riccio (Ipswich Race 5, No. 3)

Il Riccio is a much better horse than his last start failure and The Wolf is prepared to forgive him for the one poor performance. He had the blinkers on for this first time last start and didn’t respond to them at all, but with them coming off for this run he should be able to recapture his previous form that included winning at this track last prep.
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Recommended Price: $3.70

Dansez (Ipswich Race 6, No. 10)

Dansez can run a race first up from the spell and The Wolf is expecting her to do exactly that here. She’s a consistent filly from the Kelly Schweida yard who has put together an impressive record of three wins and three placings from 10 runs. She’s trialled well in preparation for this and with Dan Griffin aboard looks very hard to beat.
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Recommended Price: $9/$2.65

Jaclyn (Murray Bridge Race 5, No. 3)

Jaclyn runs very well second up and The Wolf is expecting her to peak here for this. She’s drawn the handy gate and with Kah aboard should be able to enjoy a soft run throughout. She’s the most talented in the field and should be winning this.
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Recommended Price: WIN

Zaaladd (Murray Bridge Race 9, No. 3)

Zaaladd won over this course and distance two starts ago and The Wolf is confident he can return to the winner’s stall here. He went unplaced last start at Oakbank over 1900m which clearly isn’t his go and returning to a suitable distance should spark sharp improvement. Paul Gatt’s won on him before and The Wolf is expecting him to win again aboard him here.
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Recommended Price: WIN

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