Winx returns for what should be another dominant autumn campaign and the lengthy winning streak should continue at Randwick.
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Flemington free tips & form
Race 3. (13:55) Mitty’s BM84 (1100m)
#2 – Hear The Chant @ $4 – BET NOW
Strong money has come for Hear The Chant throughout the week after she opened at $4.80.
The Lindsay Park-trained four-year-old is a winner of three from 11 and she has won and placed from four fresh-up starts.
She enjoys running down the Flemington straight and she should be putting in the big bounds late down the outside.
Race 4. (14:30) Tressady Stakes (1400m)
#1 – Oregon’s Day @ $3.60 – BET NOW
Oregon’s Day didn’t get much in terms of barrier draws last campaign, drawing wider than barrier eight in six of her seven starts.
Getting barrier six will help here in a fresh up state and despite having never won first-up, she should enjoy this distance and there’s a lack of winning form with her opposition.
No runner in this field won its last start and Oregon’s Day could take advantage of that.
Race 5. (15:10) JDRF Australia BM70 (2000m)
#15 – Mahalangur to place @ $2.60 – BET NOW
We have unsuccessfully tipped Mahalangur throughout the season in Sydney, but a change of scenery and the Flemington straight should do him some good.
The three-year-old looked good when winning on debut at Newcastle but the tighter Sydney tracks have tripped him up and he should love the wide-open spaces.
We’re not confident enough to suggest a win bet, but he has good place value.
Race 6. (15:50) Autumn Handicap (1400m)
#1 – Tshahitsi @ $3.90 – BET NOW
Most of the money has come for imported runner Poetic Dream, but we’re not sold on its overseas form and Tshahitsi maps better here.
The Tasmanian six-year-old was no match for the likes of Harnell at Group 1 level last start but this is much easier and the inside draw should see him land on the speed.
He loves to dictate the play and he should be able to get his own way up front as there’s no genuine leading contenders.
Race 8. (17:10) Bob Hoysted Handicap (1000m)
#5– Cannyescent @ $12 – BET NOW
Having never run over this distance is a concern, but Cannyescent has plenty of speed and he might benefit from running in a straight line.
The five-year-old is a winner of seven from 18 starts and although he hasn’t been able to crack the big time, he does have form around the likes of Hey Doc and Super Cash.
He hasn’t gone well second up in the past either but he’s a value chance at the double-figure odds.
Race 9. (17:45) Saintly Handicap (1400m)
#6– Scarecrow @ $4.40 – BET NOW
Money is coming thick and fast for Scarecrow, which looked good in behind Grunt last time out.
Most of the runners out of that race are lining up in the Australian Guineas, but Scarecrow stays in his grade and that’s a big positive.
Form out of the C.S. Hayes will remain strong throughout the season and his odds are getting shorter by the minute.
Randwick free tips & form
Race 2. (13:05) Tahiti Travel Connection BM85 (2000m)
#3 – Almost Court @ $3.90 – BET NOW
Former New Zealand gelding Almost Court has made it a habit of winning in Australia and he stepped up in grade to score a dead-heat win last start.
The Joseph/Jones-trained runner extended his record to win wins from 13 starts and he’s starting to live up to his full potential.
This field doesn’t look any harder than the one he beat last start and punters are getting good odds for this tough customer which always gives it his best.
Race 3. (13:40) Skyline Stakes (1200m)
#2 – Santos @ $2.05 – BET NOW
The Waterhouse/Bott team have Santos running well after winning by 2.5 lengths last time out.
A talented two-year-old, Santos put away a smart field, including some of his rivals here, and a repeat looms.
Punters have bet on him confidently throughout the week and it’s tough to see his opposition turning the tables from a good barrier draw.
Race 4. (14:15) Sweet Embrace Stakes (1200m)
#2 – Fiesta @ $5 – BET NOW
We were impressed with the win from Fiesta last start and there are more wins in store this campaign.
Chris Waller lines up the two-year-old filly which had too much class over its opposition at Rosehill last start and she could kick on with it now.
Drawing barrier eight should allow her to find a nice spot midfield and come with a searching run around the outside.
There’s plenty of speed in this race and that’s going to set it up for a swooper.
Race 5. (14:50) Liverpool City Cup (1330m)
#3 – Care To Think @ $2.60 – BET NOW
Care To Think was a dominant winner at Rosehill last start when scoring by 3.5 lengths and he’s got more to come.
The Matthew Dunn-trained four-year-old has now won six of his 11 starts and he’s gone from a solid provincial thoroughbred to a serious racehorse.
Drawing barrier 11 won’t be an issue as he likes to drop back and come with one big run down the outside.
Jeff Lloyd isn’t riding at his best this season, compared to last, but he’s an aggressive rider which is good for this gelding.
Race 7. (16:10) Surround Stakes (1400m)
#6 – Shumookh @ $4.40 – BET NOW
Shumookh had no luck when caught wide on the speed last start and she only narrowly went down to Alizee.
This time around the luck has changed as Shumookh has drawn the rail and Alizee has drawn out wide in barrier 10.
The Dream Ahead filly is a nice type in the making and we’re already seeing some big bets placed on her.
She opened at $6 and has come crashing down to $4.40. Expect more movement leading into the race.
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