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Best Bets For Wednesday March 11

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Best Bets for 11.03.2020

Race 2 No. 3 Kinane

This son of Reliable Man made his debut at Bendigo in October last year in what was a luckless performance for second where he should've won that race after being held up/inconvenienced at various stages (unsuccessfully protested against the winner).

He was tipped out following that and arrives here fresh off a quiet trial at Cranbourne before a much more prominent piece of work when finishing next to Zakat and All Time Legend at Rosehill, with both of them gallopers winning straight out of that heat.

Kinane should improve off whatever he does first-up but in what isn't a strong maiden and with seven furlongs being a good starting point, he can get away with this as the best bet at Warwick Farm.

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Race 8 No. 7 Royal Crown

This horse boasts some nice form lines from last start with both the first and second place getters since coming out and winning races, which includes the Stony Creek Cup.

He ran very well considering the sting was out of the ground and it was a sprint home, benefiting those two horses in front with there being a little more pace in this race, Sandown's longer straight only helps him run home harder.

Royal Crown finds the perfect set-up to record another win and we will be looking to cash in on him via the last at Sandown.

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Race 5 No. 2 Metson

It was a brave February 21 return at the Sunshine Coast from this four-year-old who wasn't dealt any favors in the run.

He was posted three-wide from the beginning over the six furlong trip on that long straight which had every reason to leave him vulnerable late but he comfortably beat off the other on-pace runners and was beaten just over a length into third.

Both the winner and runner-up who had much softer runs throughout whilst the second placed Weboughtazou has franked the form nicely by stepping up in grade and bolting in last Friday.

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Race 7 No. 5 Hasta La Fiorente

Was only just beaten by an in-form galloper last start but does need to put a third win on the board to show that he is no tease.

The step back from 2100m to 2000m looks the right move having already won at this distance before and senior jockey Dom Tourneur stays in the saddle.

Hasta La Fiorente is unbeaten at Bordertown, both of them strong wins and is a big chance of making it a third If he can be in touch with them on the turn, as this gelding will finish off powerfully.

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Race 8 No. 1 Divine Shadow

He's been very consistent over his short career to date with both career wins having come over this seven furlong distance he stays at following an excellent return as runner-up at Pinjarra on February 23.

There was plenty of merit in that performance where he was three wide and chasing a strong speed from the start but continued to find late to better a few that have been competitive at Saturday level.

Comes down in grade but only goes up half a kilo courtesy of the Campbell Rawiller claim where from barrier five, he should be able give Divine shadow a nice run in transit who looks a cracking each way chance in the last from Ascot.

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