Horse Racing Tips: Best Bets, Odds, Cranbourne Preview With Brad Waters
Former buddies trainer Lloyd Kennewell and jockey Joe Bowditch will travel to Cranbourne to claim their first victory with a promising colt on Thursday.
Herald Sun analyst Brad Waters runs the rule on Thursday’s card at Cranbourne
DIRECT (race 3 n ° 11 – $ 2.40)
Direct returns from a solid effort in Group 3 company to a young girl in Cranbourne. It has to break through on Thursday to be worth persisting in the spring.
LUNAR MACH (Race 2 n ° 13 – $ 3.70)
Lunar Mach ousted the promising Inverell when he debuted at Sale last month and will only be upgraded for this outing. He is expected to score his first victory on Thursday.
ASHFORD STREET (Race 4 n ° 1 – $ 3.40)
Apprentice Tatum Bull has formed a formidable partnership with Ashford Street, which could bring another victory to Cranbourne. He has won three of his last five games and can score again.
ASTRONOMICELLE (Race 5 n ° 5 – $ 6)
The wide barrier could mean Astronomicelle is making betting easier at Cranbourne, but it runs terrifically and is worth another round trip ticket.
Damien Thornton has one of the biggest books of the day at Cranbourne on Thursday, but he has several chances to win among his lot. KING OF AVALON (Race 2 n ° 15 – $ 10), MYSTERY FLYER (Race 3 n ° 16 – $ 23), MOSSCON (Race 4 n ° 7 – $ 9), DIAMONDS AND DUST (Race 6 n ° 11 – 26 $), AGE OF INFINITY (Race 7 No. 6 – $ 15), PINA (Race 8 No. 13 – $ 9).
THE WEEK TO COME
Bendigo will race on Friday before the Feehan Stakes game at The Valley. Mildura will host the provincial support meeting on Saturday while Geelong and Casterton will be the scene of Sunday’s races. A Wodonga meeting begins the work week on Monday.
Originally published as Race day focus: best bets, analysis for Cranbourne on Thursday