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Terang Betting Tips for April 14, 2024 - Ceerseven for Cup success

Last updated: 12 Apr 2024
Martin Pennington 12 Apr 2024
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Terang host an eight race card on Sunday. (Getty)
Terang hosts an eight-race program on April 14 and our free betting tips and best bets are available.
  • Terang Tips April 14
  • Bet365 Maiden Plate Tips (Race 4)
  • Jim McKinnon Stakes Tips (Race 5)
  • Westmeath Handicap Tips (Race 6)
  • Sungold Milk Terang Cup Tips (Race 7)

Terang Tips April 14

Bet365 Maiden Plate Tips (Race 4)

Terang Next Best - Race 4 No. 2 Imminent Storm

Patrick McKenna’s representative has shown plenty of ability in three starts to date including when debuting with a third-place finish here in February.

The four-year-old raced from off the pace prior to registering a half-length defeat having travelled well into the race.

The son of Impending had to be switched wide to challenge having me traffic in the straight and has recorded placed efforts on both subsequent starts.

The pick has been ridden closer to the speed on each occasion including when racing in fourth early when runner-up over 1240m at Geelong earlier this month.

The gelding found only a front-running winner too strong when racing on a wet track for the first time that day.

The selection shapes as if the step up in distance she gets here will suit and while the barrier allocation could have been kinder, she looks up to breaking her maiden at the fourth attempt. 

Jim McKinnon Stakes Tips (Race 5)

Terang Best Bet – Race 5 No. 12 Nodachi

The filly showed good form at a higher level earlier this season including when fourth in the Group 2 Edward Manifold Stakes over 1600m at Flemington in October.

The three-year-old raced on a soft 5 track that day with subsequent Group 1 Kennedy Oaks winner Zardozi and Group 2 Wakeful Stakes winner Amazonian Lass ahead of her that day.

While the pick has been unable to score in three subsequent starts it’s notable that two of those came at Listed or Group 2 level.

The daughter of No Nay Never was spelled following a seventh in The Amanda Elliott, a 1400m Listed race at Flemington in November.

Matthew Ellerton’s filly resumed with a good second when wearing ear muffs for the first time in a 1200m Class 1 handicap at Cranbourne last month.

The step up in distance is in her favour here and with Damian Lane up she looks up to registering a second-up success. 

Westmeath Handicap Tips (Race 6)

Terang Value Bet – Race 6 No. 9 Beour Bay

The five-year-old showed up well last prep including when completing a hat-trick when taking out a 1200m Benchmark 70 handicap at Mornington in June.

The daughter of Cable Bay recorded a win on a soft 6 track that day and registered a win and five further top three finishes from her six starts subsequently in 2023.

The selection ended that prep with a good third, beaten just over two lengths in a 1400m Benchmark 84 handicap at Caulfield at the start of September.

While the mare failed to shine first up this prep it’s of note that she was racing over 1100m down the straight at Flemington that day.

The five-year-old is expected to have improved for that effort while the step up in distance is also in her favour.

Trainer Shane Nichols’ has had a number of horses run well at big odds in the last week or so and Lauren Burke’s mount looks value to provide him with a winner. 

Sungold Milk Terang Cup Tips (Race 7)

Terang Feature Race Bet – Race 7 No. 6 Ceerseven

The New Zealand-bred gelding is a three-time winner this prep with two of those triumphs coming when racing at metro level.

The selection showed she handles a wet track when successful on a soft 6 surface in a 1600m Benchmark 78 handicap at Randwick in February.

That Randwick success was the second of her two metro triumphs and she has delivered good efforts in defeat in three subsequent starts.

The second of those efforts came when beaten less than three-and-a-half-lengths into fifth in the 1968m Yarra Valley Cup on a good 3 track at Yarra Glen last month.

The step up to 2000m appeared no issue when the pace finished a close second in the 2000m Stawell Gold Cup at Stawell two weeks ago.

The pick is fairly versatile with regard to tactics and with Jarrod Fry, on board at Stawell up once more he looks up to recording a Cup success here. 

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