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Best Bets for Wednesday March 4 2020
Hilo (R) resumes at Kensington today. (Getty)

Race 1 No. 4 Pioneer River

This horse was my blackbooker from Lightning Stakes day, making up ground down a part of the track where many horses seemed to just float.

He is from the Lindsay Park stable and was a $1.1M buy who will be much more suited over 1200m rather than 1100m first up.

He gets the blinkers on for this race, which mean mean we see him settle closer to midfield rather than out the back, and he has drawn quite favourably in barrier seven, the outer part of the track if they head to the outside rail.

To view the full Flemington preview click here


Race 5 No. 2 Hilo

This resuming Godolphin three-year-old brings safely the best form lines for this Benchmark 70.

A son of Lonhro who's back as a gelding and produced straight up last time in with two victories which featured a win over Southbank (Thousand Guineas placed) before attacking Caulfield and Flemington on feature spring days.

Was competitive in every effort at the back-end of that campaign which included a runner-up to Alabama Express (Group One WFA winner this campaign) and was thereabouts in other attempts.

To view the full preview for Randwick Kensington click here


Race 8 No. 11 Zoucara

She looked a different galloper resuming here on February 19 as runner-up behind the in-form Goodonya Sonya who's rated well above anything here and would've picked her up in a few more strides.

The step up to the 1350m is a big tick off that performance and they put more than a three length gap on third in that fresh attempt, a good sign coming back to a Set Weights Class 3.

Gets in very well here as one of the equal top raters where she carries just 55kg with the Justin Huxtable claim and with a bit of luck from the gate, can win the last as the best bet at Doomben.

To view the full preview for Doomben click here


Race 7 No. 2 Desidero

Backing up from Saturday's performance behind the promising Farooq, he looks well placed to be winning this event where Jason Holder jumps back aboard from gate eight and should have a cozy run over the 1400m.

He does drop back to the seven furlongs from the mile which I think will suit on that quick back up.

Earlier in February, he was on the quick back up as well, the latter run finishing fourth in a strong race, beaten a length, so we can gather that he does handle it.

To view the full preview for Murray Bridge click here


Race 4 No. 4 Oristano

There's no prizes for finding him at the short quote, however this three-year-old looks far better suited stepping out to the 1400m second-up.

Following a fourth placing on debut in a handy race at Belmont in August last year, he was sent out as an odds-on favourite when resuming at Pinjarra on February 23 where despite not rewarding punters, he was doing his best work late.

The time he took to pick up and the way he came off the bit a little early suggested he'd improve over more ground and is no doubt open to improvement coming in off just the one trial.

To view the full preview for Bunbury click here

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