Weekend Racing Action

Breckon Farms once again has a good number of farm-bred or foaled, owned or related horses lining up to race this weekend.


Penrith in Race 1 is Art I Special who has had two good placings in last two starts and can go close again in this despite his 2nd Row draw.


Auckland in Race 1 is Forget The Price Tag who is a classy customer resuming here on the back of some sound trials so should be hard to beat here.  In Race 2 is Sertorius who has been safely held in 3-starts back from a spell this term and although very capable will need to improve to have any chance in this.  At Addington in Race 8 is Ruby Rose who having won a Sires Stakes Heat 3-starts back has come up with the outside Front Line draw here, so it won’t be easy from out there especially as her form since that win has not been impressive. 

Over at Albion Park in Race 6 is Veluti who was a good winner 3-starts back but 2nd Row draws in his next two sprint races made things difficult, then last week he ran a creditable 4th placing, but he’s back to the 2nd Row again here, so it won’t be easy. 

At Ballarat in Race 1 is Selling The Dream who had a tough run in the breeze all the way last time and with a wide draw over 1710m here it won’t be any easier. 

At Burnie in Race 4 is Stylish Trend who hasn’t had much luck in recent racing and in an even bunch here could have some chance of placing. 
At Narrogin in Race 4 is Ctheballerina who has broken in her last two standing starts so needs to get that right to have a chance here. 
At Gloucester Park in Race 3 is Neighlor who has only been running in behind them in his last few but from a handy draw here over 1730m should get his chance but it won’t be easy.  In Race 4 is Our Max Phactor who suffered his first defeat in 9-starts in Australia when finishing 2nd in his Heat two weeks ago, but bounced back to win the Final last week and should be continuing on his winning way here at short odds.  In Race 6 is King Of Swing whose last few have been uncharacteristically poor runs, but mostly not his fault, but from a wide draw here in this 4YO Classic he won’t find it easy.  In Race 10 is Estilo who won 2-starts back, then never got into his race last week, but from the outside Front Line draw here will probably find this too tough.


Albion Park in Race 8 is Vettel who didn’t fire last week but prior form was good, so deserves another chance from a handy draw in this. 

At Kilcoy in Race 1 is Raesawinner whose form is patchy, but then so are most others in this too, so if he gets a run from his inside 2nd Row draw over the 1850m sprint here he is still a chance. 

At Newcastle in Race 1 is Miss Streisand who was a good fresh-up winner last week and comes up with a nice draw over the 1609m sprint here, with her only strong opposition looking like another ex-pat Kiwi in Doubledelightbrigade.  In Race 2 is Mickey McRooney who was a good 3rd placing last week and comes up with the ace draw over 1609m here so must rate a good show.  In Race 3 is Our Dream To Reality who had to do some work before failing last time, but was a good winner here prior to that, so must rate a chance here despite some form runners in the field. 

At Melton in Race 5, an Inter Dom Heat, is Burnaholeinmypocket who has been racing well, but this is a step up of course racing the likes of Tiger Tara, Spankem, etc, but following out a quick beginner from his inside 2nd Row draw he could get an economical trip and run into a place here.  In Race 7, another Inter Dom Heat, is Cash N Flow who was a good winner at Menangle 2-starts back and from the ace draw here he should be in contention too, but does have leading Kiwi Cruz Bromac to contend with.  At Bunbury in Race 6 is Rock Diamonds who was held-up from a 2nd Row draw last week but has been racing well prior and must rate a place chance here.


At Stawell in Race 8 is So Bobs Your Uncle who has been thereabouts in recent racing, but with a 2nd Row draw and plenty of form off the Front, it won’t be easy.  At Carrick in Race 6 is Laredo Torpedo who galloped out last week and lost all chance, having won his previous 4-in-a-row, but this being a stand he will have to be taken on trust, but is certainly capable of extending his winning record here.

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