Wolf’s Racing Guide – Sha Tin 16 September

Wolf’s Best

Peace Combination (Sha Tin Race 2, No. 7)

Two winners at Happy Valley on Wednesday night were on the quick back up and The Wolf is confident it’ll happen again here.

Peace Combination ran on well up the straight clinging on for second behind the super talented Top Beautiful; who was on debut.

He’s a straight forward horse, take him to the lead and let him do the work from there.

The Wolf is confident that on the quick back up, with his race fitness, he’ll prove very tough to run down.

Double Down: Expect him to jump straight to the lead.

Confidence Level: 

Circuit Bets

Good Fit (Sha Tin Race 5, No. 7)

Winner two starts back who trialled very strongly in preparation for his 2017/18 debut.

He’ll have taken plenty of fitness from that trial run and if his win two starts ago is anything to go by, he looks hard to beat.

He’s drawn well in barrier 7 – so expect Tommy Berry to utilise the draw to his advantage, by putting him on the speed early.

Double Down: Want him settled close to the speed.

Confidence Level: 

Experto Crede (Sha Tin Race 6, No. 1)

Another one on the quick back up who will have taken plenty of fitness from the first up run.

The Wolf was very keen on him first up where he was narrowly beaten by a neck on opening day at Sha Tin.

He’s got the fitness edge on the field here and whilst he’s the top weight, should be ready to win second up.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

Adventurer (Sha Tin Race 7, No. 3)

Speedy sprinter who won on opening day first up in the 2016/17 season at Sha Tin.

He’s a winner of four races over this course and distance; three times with Jack Wong who he pairs up again with here.

Expect he’ll lead and with Jack Wong’s claim should take a power of running down.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

Fantastic Eight (Sha Tin Race 8, No. 4)

Speedy Sprinter from the Ricky Yiu yard who should jump, lead and give this field something to catch.

He’s had five career starts in Hong Kong, where he has either finished second or first in.

His form speaks for itself and coming off a strong trial win leading into this, should take plenty of beating.

Double Down: Want him in the lead.

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Sha Tin

3, 4, 8, 11 / 2, 4, 10 / 4, 5, 6, 7, 11 / 1, 2, 6, 14

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