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The feature races held at Moonee Valley include the Cox Plate in October, which is Australia's most famous weight-for-age event and is run during the Melbourne Spring Carnival
in October whilst other group one's held on this circuit include the Manikato Stakes, William Reid Stakes and Moir Stakes.
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Moonee Valley Tips December 11
Opus Group Handicap Tips (Race 4)
Moonee Valley Best Bet - Race 4 No. 9 Loveplanet
Kicking off in a strong maiden at Pakenham, Loveplanet was always going to be suited second-up over more ground, which he was, saluting by six lengths and eased down.
You will struggle to find a more impressive maiden win this year, but he had classes on that field.
Bred by Ocean Park, this gelding will only improve as a 4YO and as he steps up to a mile and a quarter, and who knows, if he is like his dad, he will fly around the Valley.
Now taking the step up to the mile with 58kg and a gun draw to settle on the leaders heels, Loveplanet should be making it two wins from three starts.
Dynamic Print Group Handicap Tips (Race 6)
Moonee Valley Value Bet - Race 6 No. 2 Desert Dreamer
This smart gelding from the Maher and Eustace stable has been up for a while, but has put in two strong efforts at Moonee Valley, going down by under a length each time.
He now steps up the 2040m for the first time, which he has always given the impression he would get.
In form apprentice Will Price takes 3kg off of his back, and riding so well at the moment, he will be taking confidence with this mount.
We know Maher and Eustace are the kings of keeping horses up for long preps, so we are not expecting anything different with this horses performance on Friday.
Preece Wines Handicap Tips (Race 6)
Moonee Valley Next Best Bet - Race 8 No. 4 Evening Glory
There has always been something about this horse that draws the punters in, but he looks the best he ever has after a recent jumpout win.
He has jumped out twice in preparation for this race, the latest coming from midfield under no riding to swoop around them and hold off the two rivals.
Allotted 62kg for this, Lachie Neindorf takes the mount and takes 2kg off his back, bringing him down to 60kg.
He had a few chances last prep, but finished the prep nicely, winning at Sale in 64 grade and finishing just under three lengths away from Mystery Shot.
He has class and can bring that first-up to the Valley.