Saturday Blackbookers & Horses To Follow from June 11

  • Our blackbookers for Saturday racing on June 11 are included
  • The team have assembled their runners to follow from Belmont, Eagle Farm, Morphettville, Randwick and Sandown
Blackbook - June 11
Saturday blackbookers are included below. (Getty)
 
Our blackbookers to follow from racing on June 11 with the Blackbook.com.au team assembling their runners to follow from the Belmont, Eagle Farm, Morphettville, Randwick and Sandown cards.

BELMONT


Race 4 - Angelic Miss (third): Despite a decent fresh record, this mare was a big drifter late in the betting and that can mainly be attributed to the 1000m, a trip she lacked a turn-of-foot over, but continued to fight late off a strong tempo. The winner had a suck run with 54kg and Angelic Miss has gone to the line with Eeyore Wayz, an underrated sprinter that won first-up. 1200m-1400m is her right distance range.

Race 9 - Blow Me Out (third): Is quite deep into the prep, although continues to race well and with a little more luck, she goes close here. Snagged back from a wide draw after jumping well, she was travelling strongly in a midfield position, but with no room to her outside and a wall of runners up ahead, all Shaun O'Donnell could do was wait until the 100m, whereas the winner got an earlier run just ahead of them.

EAGLE FARM


Race 7 - Political Debate (second): It was a mighty performance from this colt to get up and run second after sitting last and racing rather greenly. Is going to improve lengths with this campaign under the belt as he targets a Golden Rose and Caulfield Guineas, potentially even a race like the Derby if he can get that trip in the spring. Looks to be one of the best middle distance youngsters in the country.

Race 9 - Bring The Ransom (12th): This was a hidden gem, chopped out of a run very badly as she was making her run, before gathering her momentum again and hitting the line nicely inside the final 100m with a wall in front of her. It is hard to say where she would have finished, but it is fair to say it would have been much closer than where she ended up. A rough chance for the Tiara.

MORPHETTVILLE


Race 3 - Jilladora (fifth): This two-year-old event rated strongly for this card, so expect the form to hold up and ideally back to maiden company at start two can see this filly breakthrough. This first starter was huge odds at the jump and after the slow getaway,  a clever ride allowed her to pinch runs and finish off. The first three had all won races (two of them in Victoria), so she will find something easier.

Race 7 - Cashin Chex (third): Was only third-up after nearly a year off and with this being the first 1400m attempt of the campaign, there's still upside with this gelding, who has won over a mile. A dominant second-up winner, he's in fine form and despite covering ground here, has still finish off strongly on what wasn't an easy meeting for the off-speed brigade. He can bring up another win or two over winter.

RANDWICK


Race 8 - Snippy Fox (fourth): Resumed at listed level with a rating of 80 and bolted in off this same 53kg mark in a BM88 (fillies & mares) last prep, so there's plenty of winter options for this mare, who was excellent on return. A wide draw over 1100m has forced them back and although was chasing a long way out, has balanced up and rattled off the fastest last 200m (11.68). 1200m-1400m is her right range.

Race 10 - Kanazawa (third): Did find the best ground, but off a slow tempo, it was always going to be tough for this Godolphin gelding to come from the rear. Recorded the best splits from the 600m to the 200m and that work just get into it has told a late, but second-up and going 1200m to 1400m off a heavy track, there's improvement to come. Was in a BM78 with a 67 rating, so look for a drop in grade third-up.

SANDOWN


Race 4 - Thalassophile (third): Given that first and second had the race between them a long way from home, it was a big run from this filly to keep closing and get as close as she did. It is her race pattern that has cost her this prep, but there is no reason that she can’t sit closer as was the case four starts back. If she takes on those tactics, expect her to be very hard to roll.

Race 7 - Visinari (first): We blackbooked him last start and he got the job done for us on the weekend. He is certainly progressive and the type that is going to go through his grades nicely and potentially line up in some stakes races later in the year. A Toorak Handicap looks a long-distance aim, but keep following and collecting in lower grades for now.
                                                   

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