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Best Bets For Saturday March 7 2020

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Best Saturday Bets for 07.03.2020

Race 2 No. 1 Larimer Street

Last seen finishing third in the Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm, he handled a heavy 10 super that day and probably would have won had he had more luck.

He comes from the right stable, the Blue Diamond winning stable in fact, the Busuttin and Young combination, where Trent was heard on the radio during the week pumping up this boy's chances.

This looks a much weaker race on paper and I am expecting him to be winning with even luck, and is therefore the best bet of Australian Cup day.

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Race 1 No. 3 Fasika

Prepared by the Joe Pride yard, she's worked through the grades in only six race starts to date which included a listed victory in her first campaign to make it three from three.

Was certainly thrown in the deep end last time in with two close runner-ups, including a close defeat to the very handy Inevitable (a live Newmarket chance) before being spelled after a Golden Eagle flop.

Off the back of two nice trials and now finding wet ground again that looks advantageous for this four-year-old, Fasika is well placed as the best bet on the 2020 Randwick Guineas card.

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Race 9 No. 2 Star Of Michelin

Rattling home to just miss as runner-up behind Baroda who was going for a hat-trick of victories, the form has been franked from that event with both Ingear ($1.70 chance in Race 2) and last week, Naval Strike also winning.

He does arrive off a freshen-up/five week gap and staying at seven furlongs, however he did have spaces between runs in his first preparation which worked, so this could be by design.

Big plus here is barrier three this time around, where if Star Of Michelin can settle a few pairs closer in the run, he can take out the last as the best bet at Eagle Farm.

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Race 2 No. 5 Puissance Dusoleil

This galloper was beaten into third, just over a half length behind Iscariot last start over 1400m, now stepping up 150m in trip and with a .5kg weight swing in his favour.

The extra trip for the son of Puissance de Lune will benefit him, and the fact that he made up around 10 lengths last start has to be major factor coming back to a smaller field.

His turn of foot is the best in the race with six horses racing, the margin between himself and Iscariot will be no more than four lengths approaching the turn.

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Race 6 No. 1 Laverrod

The furthest he's been beaten in five career starts to date is a 1.46 length third in the Listed Lee-Steere Classic over the carnival period and coming back from stakes company, was able to breakthrough before being spelled.

He arrives here off a strong trial win at Lark Hill on February 24 when ridden out late to score in a hit-out that suggested that a hard run five furlongs straight up shouldn't be an issue.

Against what's effectively a midweek Class 1 three-year-old field, the ability of Laverrod should see him home with any luck as the best bet at Ascot this Saturday.

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