Lord Of Cloud to reach Melting Point at Kranji

TAINTED. Jockeys and trainers agree that whipping racehorses gives the sport a poor image. Photo: Tracey Lee Stark

TAINTED. Jockeys and trainers agree that whipping racehorses gives the sport a poor image. Photo: Tracey Lee Stark

Great race and goodness knows what the Quartet will pay so well worth having a go.

It is the first Friday night meeting of 2018 and the planets looked to have aligned for some very competitive racing highlighted by a cracking Kranji Stakes C event over 1400m in Race 7.

In fact the race is so competitive that only one horse – Pentagon – from the capacity field looks to have no chance and with so many serious winning hopes, there has to be value on offer for canny punters.

So while smart last-start winner Heliosphere will have admirers to make it two wins from two starts in Singapore, he is up in Class and two other last start winners in Kirks Ryker and Shahbaa could provide value.

Others who could run big races at odds include Captain Jamie with blinkers added over his favourite trip and Augustus who also gets blinkers added to his equipment and more importantly steps up to a more suitable distance a er what was a so debut in Singapore.

Red Dawn coming back to the turf and Lee Freedman’s newcomer Sun Marshal are just two others worth a look and they all have to beat the likes of Lord Of Cloud and Melting Point who both have their hoofs right on the winning till.

Great race and goodness knows what the Quartet will pay so well worth having a go.

Best Bets: (Athletica Race 6, Win), (Glasgow Race 8, Win) and (Augustus Race 7, value).Jackpot: Race 5 (1, 2, 5, 6 and 7), Race 6 (1, 2, 4, 5 and 9), Race 7 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 11), Race 8 (1).

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