Herald Sun form analyst Brad Waters leads the rule on Tuesday’s sales meeting.
KWOI HOI (Race 6 #5 – $3.50)
Ran close range and tried hard when not dishonored over 1600m in second place. Will be in better shape again for this race and can do better from the right gate on Tuesday.
AND SHE WAS (Race 3 #14 – $4.20)
And she produced a better effort when she came close to second in Geelong. She will be in better shape for that and is likely to advance and have a chance to win at Sale.
PURE DEAL (Race 5 #4 – $7)
Pure Deal was unlucky not to win an easier race at Werribee first. Fitter and the biggest sales lead could be a good fit for second place in Pure Deal.
Jockey Zac Spain has a solid seven outings at Sale on Tuesday. Image: Race photos via Getty Images.
DEEP BLAST (Race 8 #8 – $8)
Deep Blast closed well when not far away in Ballarat. He is a consistent runner who should run well from the second barrier.
Zac Spain has seven races at Sale on Tuesday and is expected to leave the Gippsland track with a few wins. PRECIOUS SOCKS (Run 1 #6 – $9.50), RUGGED WOMAN (Run 2 #9 – $8.50), LYK THUNDER (Run 3 #6 – $34), BOTCHED (Run 4 #8 – $3.90), TRAIL BLAZER (Race 5 No. 5 – $6.50), SINGLETON PARK (Race 6 No. 12 – $12), VELOURS BLEU (Race 8 No. 16 – $17).
THE WEEK AHEAD
Town races return to Sandown on Wednesday. Kilmore runs during the day on Thursday while Pakenham will hold an overnight meeting. Geelong will be the scene of the day meeting on Friday before Cranbourne at night. Andrew Ramsden, worth $500,000, will take center stage at Flemington on Saturday while Echuca also races. Bendigo and Casterton will race on Sunday.