Wolf’s Racing Guide – Sha Tin 3 September


Wolf’s Best

Baba Mama (Sha Tin Race 8, No. 9)

Kiwi import who was narrowly beaten in his final race of last season.

That day he settled midfield in a Class 2 and took a while to get going, but when he did really responded to go down by half a length.

He gets in with the lightweight here and if Karis Teetan can settle him midfield from the draw, he’s got an excellent chance to score his elusive Class 2 victory.

Double Down: Expect him to settle on the speed.

Confidence Level: 

Circuit Bets

Yourthewonforme (Sha Tin Race 5, No. 8)

Consistent galloper from the Frankie Lor Yard who was able to string a few solid placings together last season.

He kicks off the season over 1200m which could be too short for him, but there appears to be enough speed in the race and if that is the case, he’s really brought into this.

Moreira’s on which is a positive and off a strong trial performance where he was hard held, he is the one they have to beat here.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

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

Gelding from the John Moore Yard who appears to have found his level here in Class 4.

He finished off the last season with a solid third placing over 1400m after travelling wide and was left with far too much to do in the closing stages.

The short freshen up between seasons should have done him a world of good and with the trial under his belt, should be fit enough to fire here.

He’s yet to win in Hong Kong, but he has turned a corner since dropping down to Class 4 and this appears to be his race to lose.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

Green Card (Sha Tin Race 9, No. 3)

Frustrating galloper from the John Moore Yard who consistently does everything but win.

His last three starts he’s finished a narrow second and he gets an excellent chance here to score a well overdue win.

He’s won a trial in preparation for this with Tommy Berry aboard The Wolf’s confidence is boosted.

The bottom weight with Moreira aboard will likely be a short priced favourite, but if anyone is to knock him off could be Green Card; who should represent great each way value on the day.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

Rattan (Sha Tin Race 10, No. 11)

Very lightly raced Kiwi import who should a huge amount of potential last season.

He meets a very tough field upon resuming, but has since trialled very impressively under a strong hold and could be ready to go first up.

He’ll be giving them a head start, but if there is enough speed on paper he’ll come home strong and give this race a shake.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.

Confidence Level: 

Bolter

Saul’s Special (Sha Tin Race 7, No. 2)

Ex-Daniel Morton trained galloper from Western Australia who produced a very ordinary run in his Hong Kong debut last season.

He’s since trialled very well, finishing second after coming from the rear of the field when hard held by rider Olivier Doleuze who takes the reins for this.

The Wolf is confident he’s turned a corner since arriving in Hong Kong and at odds, could be the one to beat here.

Double Down: Expect he’ll sit on the speed.

Confidence Level: 

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