THE AGENCY REAL ESTATE HANDICAP Tips (Race 4)
Warwick Farm Best Bet - Race 4 No. 5 Nikohli Beagle
Moved to trainer Jarrod Austin ahead of his second racing preparation, this gelding created an immediate impression for the new yard, winning a Maiden at Orange last November by more than five lengths.
The son of Nicconi was quickly able to progress from that fresh performance, completing a winning hat-trick in two further victories in December before racing a little on the flat side on the Australian Day meeting from Warwick Farm and was tipped out as a result.
Behind Piping Roller who is no slouch, Nikohli Beagle couldn't have been more impressive in a May 10 trial from Hawkesbury, making good ground to just miss in an 800m heat and in what isn't a strong city race, he can pounce first-up.
ROBRICK LODGE HANDICAP Tips (Race 5)
Warwick Farm Value Bet - Race 5 No. 6 Twice As Special
This four-year-old was going much better than her form read over her first three runs this preparation, sticking on well first-up at in a leader dominated affair behind Brazen Gem, who had bolted in the start prior.
Although a little outclassed second-up, that March 10 event was run in good time and has produced Group Three winner Matchmaker while on March 31, she was badly held-up at the 150m before switching back to the inside, which no doubt cost her some ground.
Twice As Special has remained consistent in her last three attempts and off a fifth-place finish on May 22, is back to a midweek Benchmark 72 against her own sex, having placed in her two April attempts in this same grade.
TAB HANDICAP Tips (Race 6)
Warwick Farm Next Best Bet - Race 6 No. 5 Bethencourt
A striking grey like his talented sire Puissance de Lune is this gelding from the Kim Waugh yard who was spelled following a brave debut win and second-up last spring, relished the rise in trip to record win number two.
Out of a Group Three winning mare in Rhythm To Paris, Bethencourt ran good time for the card via that first 1200m victory where he was faster on the clock than two of the Benchmark races that followed his event, where he was able to lead.
Returning at Canterbury, he just lacked the dash at that 1250m trip on a Heavy 8 and second-up on May 19, should've won but was buried on the fence after finding the box-seat with barrier eight this Wednesday being a big positive at Warwick Farm.
BOWERMANS COMMERCIAL FURNITURE HANDICAP Tips (Race 7)
Warwick Farm Roughie - Race 7 No. 3 Bentley Magic
There does appear to more progressive rivals than this five-year-old in the last this Wednesday with Reinvest, Adelaide's Light, Cadenabbia and Scream And Shout all gallopers that should get to Saturday level soon enough.
However, the supposed depth with some of those up-and-coming runners has seen Bentley Magic get out to a massive price, a gelding who has recorded two wins and two placings from eight attempts at Warwick Farm, his home track.
Off the second-up performance on April 25, he's at least a third of his current quote if wasn't for the third-up failure on a Soft 7, however, is back to a 72 and as was evident in September, he bounced off a similar flop on a testing surface to win in this grade.