THE DAY’S BEST BETS

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - Racing -

RAY THOMAS RACE 5 No.3 RO­MAN SON

Ro­man Son is a very pro­gres­sive, in-form gal­loper with a bril­liant burst of ac­cel­er­a­tion – a rare gift for a mid­dle-dis­tance horse. He has put his ri­vals to the sword at his past two starts and should com­plete the hat-trick to­mor­row. Only bad luck will beat him.

SI­MON THOMAS RACE 7 No.12 DAGNY

Smart mare from the Chris Waller sta­ble who looks well placed with just 53.5kg on her back. Had no luck at Hawkes­bury last start be­hind Siren’s Fury with 58.5kg and her stats over this track and dis­tance are solid. Should be shorter than the $9.50 on of­fer with the TAB, and looks great value.

STEVE ZAM­MIT RACE 5 No.3 RO­MAN SON

Richard Freed­man has this geld­ing in ex­cel­lent form at present, putting to­gether a win­ning dou­ble at his lat­est two runs. Con­tin­ues to de­liver and al­though he won’t be a fancy price to­mor­row, he should be win­ning.

MATT JONES RACE 5 No.3 RO­MAN SON

He’s ready to show why he’s a Bris­bane Cup con­tender in what is his tough­est test to date.

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