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Cranbourne Betting Tips, Best Bets & Odds for April 16
- Cranbourne hosts nine races on Friday night
- The track is currently rated a Soft 5
- Justin Darcy provides his best bets for April 16
Cranbourne hosts nine races on Friday (Getty)
Cranbourne hosts a nine race program on April 16 and our free betting tips and best bets are available.
Our Cranbourne best bets are provided by expert form analysts and tipsters, and a preview of Friday night's racing is below.
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Cranbourne Tips for April 16
The Heath Racehorse Agistment Victorian Picnic Tips (Race 4)
Cranbourne Value Bet - Race 4 No. 4 Kalalo
This galloper was city class on his day but has well and truly tapered off in the last 12 months.
Kalalo has found himself racing around the picnic circuit where he managed to claim the Woolamai Cup three starts back, but just found to be a little flat last time out when well in the market.
He has won two of his four starts at Cranbourne so there are no doubts around whether he is going to handle the circuit, in-fact arguably it could bring out some of his best form once again.
Is the best horse in this race by a long way when at his top, so the double figure figures looks a silly quote.
Australian Jumping Racing Association Handicap Tips (Race 7)
Cranbourne Best Bet - Race 7 No. 7 Miss Five Hundred
TAB Racing Industry Associations Handicap Tips (Race 8)
Cranbourne Next Best Bet - Race 8 No. 1 Ocular
First-up with a soft gate is where we can strike this horse at his best, as he showed last prep when bolting in at Bendigo by more than four lengths.
Ocular as always in the market throughout the rest of the prep going on to win just the one extra race, but he looks to have trialled up well after a 17-week spell, beating some class gallopers at this track.
Daniel Moor has found some good form and when riding these push button horses, seems to have a knack of finding a gap and being able to explode, the perfect way to be riding this horse.
He will have a softer run than the favourite Galenus, and although he will have a tactical advantage, the longer his turn-of-foot can be saved, the better he will be.
What time is the first race at Cranbourne?
The first race at Cranbourne jumps at 5.30pm with the last race to be run at 9.30pm.
Who is the best bet at Cranbourne?
We are with Miss Five Hundred as the best bet at Cranbourne.
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