Friday night racing returns to Moonee Valley and Canterbury this week with some quality betting fields.
We have form, odds and free tips every the best races at both meetings.
Moonee Valley free tips & form
Race 1. (18:30) Dominant Hygiene System Maiden (1000m)
#12 – Vivaro @ $4.20 – BET NOW
The filly by Exceed And Excel ran within a length behind Magnicity at Moonee Valley and that form should hold up nicely.
James Cummings lines up the well-bred filly which gets a good draw from barrier three and having Dwayne Dunn in the saddle is a bonus.
Race 2. (19:00) Dominant Hand Hygiene BM78 (1200m)
#6 – Dancing Tycoon @ $2.70 – BET NOW
Mick Price lines up the Written Tycoon mare which went close last time out at Moonee Valley and another good performance looks likely here.
The four-year-old mare has been in the money in six of seven starts and with some quality wins on the board, the $2.70 looks a good price for punters.
55.5kg on his back is only going to help.
Race 4. (20:00) Dominant Australia R70 (2040m)
#5 – Mosh Music @ $2.50 – BET NOW
Mare by Moshe which has won three from five starts and she comes into this with a good win at Moonee Valley.
The four-year-old has been defeated only one debut and then when finishing third at Sandown. That form bodes well for this and she looms as one of the major winning chances in this.
Race 5. (20:30) Dominant Laundry Systems BM78 (1600m)
#8 – Groundbreak @ $3 – BET NOW
Always a quality customer and although beaten at Caulfield last start by Critical Thinking, the win prior at Caulfield was top quality.
He’s a son of All Too Hard which has three wins from 16 starts and although this will be his first run around The Valley, the tight-turning track should be right up his alley.
$3 is a fair price from bookmakers.
Race 7. (19:30) Crown Resorts Torney Night Cup (2500m)
#6 – Naval Warfare @ $3 – BET NOW
Ran second behind Etymology last time out is nothing to be ashamed of and his form prior included consecutive wins.
Trained by Chris Waller, the improving stayer put 6.3 lengths on a field at Randwick two back and he’s running in grand form at the moment.
56kg on his back and he has drawn to get every advantage from the draw.
Race 8. (20:00) Dominant Star System BM64 (1200m)
#13 – Brilliant Choice @ $2.80 – BET NOW
Team Hawkes lines up the son of Redoute’s Choice which broke through for the win at Randwick last start and he should be able to kick on with it.
The son Redoute’s Choice looked some time to find his feet but rising to 1400m was ideal and although he drops back to 1200m of this, he should be able to figure in the finish again.
$2.80 is about as short as we’d take from barrier 10.
Canterbury free tips and form
Race 1. (18:15) Tab BM70 (1550m)
#3 – Lady of Shalott @ $3.30 – BET NOW
Kris Lees lines up the three-year-old which has the breeding to suggest that she could continue on with it now after producing some good runs against tough opposition.
The filly by Camelot ran 2.6 lengths behind Aperitif last start and that has since stacked up nicely in Saturday grade.
This is a tidy field but it should be going close in this at nice odds.
Race 2. (18:45) Summer Night Maiden Handicap (1550m)
#2 – Altair @ $3.30 – BET NOW
Altair has been an expensive type for Chris Waller but he has always been around the mark and having Hugh Bowman back in the saddle is only going to help chances.
The son of Zoustar has placed in five of his nine starts and although punters had done their money on multiple occasions, this field isn’t overly tough.
Drawn to sit off the pace and kick strongly in the straight.
Race 5. (20:15) The Agency Real Estate BM64 (1250m)
#4 – Call Me Royal @ $2.80 – BET NOW
Call Me Royal is trained by the Waterhouse/Bott combination and looms as a winning chance after scoring nicely at Canterbury last start. The three-year-old filly scored by 1.3 lengths on this track and that’s a good sign coming into this.
His opening quote of $3.60 has some crashing into $2.80.
Race 6. (20:45) Canterbury Night Sprint (1200m)
#5 – I Am A Kid @ $1.75 – BET NOW
That win couldn’t have been more impressive from I Am A Kid last start when scoring by 4.5 lengths at Randwick and he looks a type to kick on with it.
The lightly-tried six-year-old has now won three of his four races and his wins have come by big margins. This is a harder field but he looks more than capable of seeing it out.
$1.75 could drop even further.