Marx Real Estate Handicap Tips (Race 5)
Gawler Best Bet - Race 5 No. 3 Crypto Currency
With four wins and four placings from 15 starts to date, this four-year-old is putting together a tidy record and back a notch in grade on Wednesday following a narrow defeat on May 22, he can bounce back.
Following a first-up flop in early April, Crypto Currency has been racing consistently, bouncing off a solid second-up attempt to record a comfortable victory at Murray Bridge on May 5, setting up a good break and letting down strongly with 60kg.
Although beaten on his merits by Dr Dee Dee last start, that galloper is rated well above anything in this field and he did place at Morphettville last Saturday while at Gawler with the rail out five metres, this gelding should take some catching.
Coopers Brewery Handicap Tips (Race 6)
Gawler Value Bet - Race 6 No. 4 Call Me Dexter
This gelding proved he was no slouch last winter, winning a Maiden in nice style and then prevailed straight away at 64 level, holding off I'm A Legend in the process, who won a Benchmark 68 only two starts later.
Pulling up lame following that and then spelled, he worked home strongly third-up this preparation despite not rewarding favourite backers and although he hasn't been able to progress, this gelding is racing well without winning.
Drawn out his last attempt at Gawler on May 16 when getting home well from rear, Call Me Dexter is backing up from last Wednesday's Strathalbyn, a performance where he was a little inconvenienced in the run home after being supported at good odds ($19-$11).
Adelaide Plains Bloodstock Handicap Tips (Race 7)
Gawler Next Best Bet - Race 7 No. 2 He Will Boom
Despite not having a great record here on his home circuit, He Will Boom had no luck when resuming at Gawler on May 16 and with improvement predicted, he's found a very winnable race this Wednesday.
A dual city winner at Benchmark 70 and 62 level, this gelding is much more capable than Benchmark 54 company and resuming in this grade via that latest effort, was caught three-wide the trip but still kept finding late to grab second on the line.
With two second-up victories to his name and importantly drawing barrier three for this 1100m assignment, jockey Kayla Crowther can settle this five-year-old close and ideally with cover, can launch late off that kinder run in transit.