SHIRE OF NORTHAM MAIDEN Tips (Race 5)
Northam Next Best Bet - Race 5 No. 2 Mr Fahrenheit
While this rising five-year-old has had his fair share of issues, a lack of ability certainly hasn't been high on that problem list and now third-up from a long spell, he gets his chance on Thursday.
A striking chestnut from the small but astute Trevor Andrews stable, Mr Fahrenheit would've broken through in his first racing preparation with wides proving costly on two occasions and he was tipped out following a solitary outing last summer.
A stride off winning first-up prior to a fourth second-up when set a big task from the rear, you can tie his form in through the favourite with Bring One Home and from gate four, can take a closer sit whereas Truly Inspired is likely spotting them a start.
KINDRED SPIRIT BOUTIQUE AND GIFT HANDICAP Tips (Race 6)
Northam Best Bet - Race 6 No. 2 What About Moi
This gelding had been unlucky not have won either side an attempt in a handy $70,000 event at Ascot with a narrow miss on debut and was just edged out by a debut Bob Peters runner on December 30, with Pike taking the shortcut on the rail to secure victory.
He managed to get the better of Smashing on that occasion, a first-up winner in the spring and a three-year-old who was competitive in two features over the carnival via he Group Two WA Guineas prior to running fifth in the Listed Lee-Steere Classic.
Scratched from a Class 3 at Belmont on Wednesday, What About Moi has two key threats here in Ginger Baker and One For The Road, but with cover from midfield or slightly worse, he can be the fresh one on the scene that is launching late.
LIQUOR BARONS NORTHAM HANDICAP Tips (Race 7)
Northam Value Bet - Race 7 No. 1 Miss Ivy League
Visually, it was a poor effort on resumption at Belmont, however, as a big and strong filly that looks to hold plenty of condition, she may just always need that fresh run which her prior two first-up attempts suggest.
It's also worth noting that Miss Ivy League was competing in quite a handy three-year-old Saturday race via that May 29 event, with that winner Graceful Girl subsequently bolting in at Listed level and all runners that beat her home are at least city class.
Bouncing off her last fresh attempt to win second-up, she's all the way back to a Provincial Class 3 here and although untested at seven furlongs, with the 3kg claim along with potentially a soft run on the speed, a much-improved showing wouldn't shock.