Wolf’s Out-Wide Racing Guide – Wednesday, 14 February

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 Morphettville, Ascot, Launceston and Stony Creek.

Wolf’s Best

Hot Shot Harry (Stony Creek Race 3, No. 2)

Hot Shot Harry has placed in two of his three career starts and The Wolf is expecting he’ll be able to breakthrough for a win here. He comes through some very good form races which includes a second placing behind Roddandtodd; who has since finished fourth behind Nature Strip and won at Moonee Valley. Hot Shot Harry has had the three runs this prep so he should be fit enough to win and The Wolf is expecting exactly.
Recommended Bet: Hot Shot Harry to WIN.
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Circuit Bets

Needy Rocket (Morphettville Race 7, No. 2)

Needy Rocket placed last start at Murray Bridge and The Wolf is expecting he’ll be able to go one better here. He’s a very talented gelding from the David Jolly stable who from eight career starts has finished inside the top three on six occasions. Prior to his first up placing he trialled very well behind Battlecamp; who has since franked that form by winning at Morphettville.
Recommended Bet: Needy Rocket to WIN.
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Al Capitano (Ascot Race 1, No. 4)

Al Capitano was narrowly beaten by Dickoletto last start and The Wolf is expecting he’ll be able to atone for that here by winning. He settled near the rear last start and managed to flash home from there to miss by just over a length over 1500m. The step up to 1800m here suits and with Steven Parnham taking the reins again he should be able to breakthrough.
Recommended Bet: Al Capitano to WIN.
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King Of Chaos (Ascot Race 6, No. 3)

King Of Chaos placed behind Friar Away last start at Ascot and with a similar run here The Wolf expects he’ll be able to go one better. He drops back to 1400m which should suit as he undefeated over this distance and with the 3kg claim from Kate Witten he gets in very well at the weights. The Wolf expects him to roll forward and take up a forward position where he can dictate to the pace to suit himself and from there should take plenty of running down.
Recommended Bet: King Of Chaos to WIN.
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Me ‘N’ Taz (Ascot Race 7, No. 2)

Me ‘N’ Taz won well first up and The Wolf is expecting a repeat of that performance here. He flew out of the gates last start to lead at Bunbury and from there managed to win his maiden by nearly two lengths. This is a much tougher field than what he met that day but he maps to lead and should give them something to run down. Renee Forrest won on him last start and takes the reins again here which adds confidence.
Recommended Bet: Me ‘N’ Taz to WIN.
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Breathtaking (Launceston Race 3, No. 11)

Breathtaking placed twice at Devonport last prep and off those two placings look ready to breakthrough for her first win here. She’s trialled very well in preparation for this where she won by over a length and with Craig Newitt aboard looks the one to beat here. She’s drawn well in barrier 1 where she’ll look to settle just behind the leaders before peeling out in the straight to give chase.
Recommended Bet: Breathtaking to WIN.
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