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Scone Racing Tips 7.09.2021 - Follow the Favourites

  • Provincial racing tips for Scone
  • Brett Cavanough trains two of our runners
  • It pays to follow the early betting moves
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Scone hosts a seven race card this Tuesday. (Getty)

Scone Racing Tips 7.09.2021 - Follow the Favourites


Tuesday racing moves to Scone on September 7, and we have our four best bets available. Our tips include two runners from the Brett Cavanough stable, which have both been well-backed with Australian bookmakers.
  • Race 1 1:20pm AEST – No. 4 Satirical Glory
  • Race 3 2:35pm AEST – No. 12 She’s Contrary
  • Race 5 3:50pm AEST – No. 7 Daralina Belle
  • Race 6 4:25pm AEST – No. 2 Street Power


Race 1 1:20pm AEST – No. 4 Satirical Glory


The form line of Satirical Glory doesn’t appear overly impressive, but the John Sargent-trained gelding has more talent than most in this field. The three-year-old son of So You Think finished seventh on debut at Warwick Farm behind Head of State before running eighth behind Akahata at Hawkesbury last time out. He was only 2.5 lengths behind the winner, so it was much better than it looked.

He opened at $4 and has been backed significantly into $3.50. We’re not surprised by those odds, and getting the inside draw only adds to his appeal. Satirical Glory should sit just behind the pace and come with a big late run.

Race 3 2:35pm AEST – No. 12 She’s Contrary


Brett Cavanough lines up the three-year-old filly that owns two placings from two starts. She finished third on debut at Scone before going one better last time out. There is nothing wrong with that form, and she has handled good and heavy tracks to date, so the conditions won’t be an issue on Tuesday. It’s only a matter of time before she breaks through, and this looks her best chance.

Punters have consistently backed her in since markets opened. She opened at $2.80 and has firmed into $2.15, so it’s a sizable move for the favourite. We expect her odds to firm to around $1.90 on race day, so take the value available.

Race 5 3:50pm AEST – No. 7 Daralina Belle


Looking to remain unbeaten is Daralina Belle, who could be a level above this field. The four-year-old mare won on debut Goulburn as a $31 chance before winning again at Nowra as a $2.70 favourite. She showed a fine turn-of-foot to charge through the field to score, which is a nice asset for a fledgling runner to have.

The daughter of Deep Field meets a deeper field here, but it doesn’t look like she’ll struggle with the rise in class. She showed her ability when winning a trial at Warwick Farm last year, and she’s delivering on that form.

Race 6 4:25pm AEST – No. 2 Street Power


Street Power is another Cavanough-trained runner that should be tough to beat at Scone on Tuesday. The four-year-old finished second on debut Scone by a nose before winning at Gosford on a heavy track by three lengths. His most recent performance for seventh at Muswellbrook was below par, but he has since recorded a three-length trial win over the talented Chavret.

Getting a 3kg claimer in the saddle is ideal, and the shortening odds should be taken before they drop. He opened at $3.70 and was backed down to a low of $3.20. We expect those odds to start around $2.70 on race day as it's one-way traffic with bookmakers at this stage of betting.

Verdict

Our four best bets for Scone on Tuesday:

Best Bet: Satirical Glory Race 1 @250 at Sportsbet - 3 Units
Best Bet: She's Contrary Race 3 @115 at Ladbrokes Australia - 3 Units
Best Bet: Daralina Belle Race 5 @220 at Neds - 2 Units
Best Bet: Street Power Race 6 @230 at Sportsbet - 2 Units

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