Wolf’s Racing Guide – Happy Valley, 6 December


Wolf’s Best

Keep Moving (Happy Valley Race 6, No. 4)

Talented son of Darci Brahma who is looking to remain unbeaten throughout the 2017/18 season.

He’s won his last two starts by a narrow margin, when leading from the front and whilst he’s drawn wide here, should be able to cross and give them something to run down.

Expect Neil Callan to take him straight to the front and dictate proceedings from there.

He meets a very similiar field to that of last time and The Wolf is confident they won’t be turning the tables on him here.

Recommended Bet: Keep Moving to WIN.

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Circuit Bets

Yourthewonforme (Happy Valley Race 1, No. 2)

Last start Sha Tin winner who looks very well placed to score back to back wins here.

He came from well back in the field last start where Moreira was able to weave a path through the field to score by a neck.

He steps up to 1650m here and off his last start victory looks more than capable of handling the rise in distance.

Recommended Bet: Yourthewonforme to WIN.

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Show Mission (Happy Valley Race 2, No. 12)

Ultra-consistent Gelding from the Me Tsui Yard who has placed in four from four for the 2017/18 season.

He’s risen from Class 5 to Class 4 this prep and hasn’t been disgraced once; most recently finishing a short head behind Confucius Spirit over this course and distance.

He gets in with 51.5kg and if Derek Leung can tuck him just behind the speed, he’ll be able to peel out in the straight and give them something to run down.

Recommended Bet: Show Mission to WIN.

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International Jockey’s Championship

1st Leg

Forever Posh (Happy Valley Race 4, No. 7)

Ryan Moore looks well placed to draw first blood in the Jockeys challenge as he partners with Forever Posh – who flew home last start to finish an eye-catching fourth over this course and distance.

Forever Posh is a talented Class 4 galloper, who should get enough speed on up front to ensure he gets every chance to run on from the rear of the field.

He was ridden on the speed his two starts prior to this and whilst he ran well, he didn’t look as threatening as when he was ridden cold like last start.

He appreciated the step up to 1650m last start and The Wolf is confident he’ll be fit enough to win here.

Recommended Bet: Forever Posh to WIN.

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2nd Leg

Exceptional Desire (Happy Valley Race 5, No. 4)

Chris So trained galloper who has put together a very impressive 2017/18 campaign of 4: 1-2-1.

He’s had an excellent campaign this season and looks awfully hard to beat once again if he runs up to his best form.

Expect from barrier 2 for Pierre-Charles Boudot to take him straight to the lead and play catch me if you can from there.

Recommended Bet: Exceptional Desire to WIN.

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3rd Leg

Godspeed (Happy Valley Race 7, No. 11)

Godspeed arguably should have won last start at Sha Tin, where he finished off very well behind Compassion Star but just couldn’t reel him in over the concluding stages of the race.

This was an excellent run last start and he looks more than capable of stepping up to 1650m off that performance.

Expect he’ll settle midfield before peeling out in the straight, to give Keita Tosaki the win in the third leg of the International Jockey’s Championship.

Recommended Bet: Godspeed to WIN.

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4th Leg

Super Form (Happy Valley Race 8, No. 9)

Super Form’s Happy Valley 1650m record is outstanding, from five starts he has won twice and placed in three others, suggesting to The Wolf that he’ll be finishing inside the top three once again.

He should receive a genuine tempo up front, which should ensure that he’ll be able to charge home late in the race.

He’s the clear top pick off his last three performances and The Wolf is keen to be on his side here.

Recommended Bet: Super Form to WIN.

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Happy Valley

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