Wolf’s Racing Guide – Wednesday 13 September


Wolf’s Best

Nictock (Canterbury Race 5, No. 1)

Talented gelding that’s won three out of his last four starts.

The form around him has held up, with Rebel Miss coming out and winning since being narrowly beaten by him.

The main danger in the race is first up and looks promising, but The Wolf is confident to stick with the Nictock here, expecting his residual fitness to get him over the line.

The Wolf is confident his hot run of form will continue and he is confident he’ll be making it four wins in a row.

Recommended Bet: Price Pump from $2.70 – $2.95.

Double Down: Want him on the speed.
Confidence Level: 

Circuit Bets

Marishka (Canterbury Race 3, No. 1)

Unbeaten filly by Exceed And Excel who was very heavily backed on debut to score.

She knuckled down to the task when asked last start, accelerating past the leader to win by half a length.

The Wolf is confident that with any improvement off her last start win, she’ll prove very tough to run down.

Double Down: Want her settled on the speed.

Confidence Level: 

Its Time For Magic (Mornington Race 6, No. 10)

Speedy Kiwi who placed second in her Australian debut last start behind Motown Lil.

She flew home late that day to narrowly miss by half a length after racing in what appeared to be, inferior ground closer to the rail.

She’ll have taken plenty of improvement off that run and with Damien Oliver hopping aboard, it appears to be her race to lose.

Double Down: Want her on the speed.

Confidence Level: 

Demolition (Mornington Race 9, No. 10)

Demolition demolished his rivals last start at Geelong and The Wolf is confident he’ll be doing the same again here.

From the Godolphin Yard; this lightly race son of Street Cry has won 3/6 across his career, including a win over the recent Listed Mona Lisa winner; Lubiton.

He has the wide draw here, but The Wolf is not concerned as he expects him to settle well back in the field.

Damian Lane takes the reins here and if he can keep off the fence, The Wolf is confident he’ll take a power of beating.

Double Down: Want him settled midfield.
Confidence Level: 

Bolter
Fortensky (Canterbury Race 7, No. 1)

Ultra-consistent gelding from the Waller Yard who hasn’t run outside of the placings in his last six runs.

He’s been narrowly beaten by under a length in each of his last five runs and if he continues to perform the way he has, it’s only a matter of time until he breaks through.

He’ll sit on the speed and with the claim from Magorrian, could prove tough to run down.

Double Down: Want him settled on the speed.
Confidence Level: 

Quaddies
Mornington

1, 2, 10 / 2, 4, 5 / 2, 4, 8 / 10, 12, 13, 14

Canterbury

1, 4 / 2, 5, 6 / 1, 3, 11 / 2, 3, 11

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