Race 7, No. 3 MR UNDERCOVER
This 4yo gelding competed in the Belmont Guineas last time in, so has plenty of ability. First up, he was solid behind the talented Chesten Flyer over the unsuitable 1000m. Gets an extra 300m today and draws ok in 5, Pike should be able to position him in a more forward position today. This race doesn't have much depth with last start maiden winner Sariska being the main danger. Go well.
Race 5, No. 8 CITY STAR
Always happy to back Jim Taylor and Jason Brown runners, they are always fit and race up on the speed, which usually takes a lot of luck out of it. This guy has been racing in great fashion, winning two starts back before going down narrowly last time out. Query is the extra trip which he sees today for the first time, but if he can get an easy time of it on speed, he's going to be mighty hard to get past. Great each way chance at double figure odds.
Interestingly there is still only two wins separating Team Williams and Adam Durrant on the Perth trainers premiership. Durrant saddles up 4 runners today, whilst Williams only has the one runner engaged
Race 2, No. 3 GROOVESHAKER
Extremely well supported to be breaking his maiden today, opened at $3.40, straight into $2.20 race favourite.
Leg 1: 1,4,5,6,11
Leg 2: 3,12
Leg 3: 1,2,4,8,9
Leg 4: 4,7,16
$75 gets you 50%
Race 1: 7,2,13,3 (First starter who has trialled up well ahead of this)
Race 2: 8,2,1,11 (Pike sticks, draws out which suits up the straight, go well)
Race 3: 2,13,11,10 (Don't overly like this race, but expect the winner to come from the top 3 selections)
Race 4: 6,8,4,12 (Ready to win now)
Race 5: 8,2,1,9 (Great value each way)
Race 6: 1,11,4,6 (Plenty of chances, top weight is a great each price)
Race 7: 3,12,2,8 (Best Bet)
Race 8: 1,2,4,8 (Plenty of chances here)
Race 9: 4,7,16,5 (Average race to finish, Rebow has left convictions than most of his rivals)