MISSED out on the quaddie at Flemington yesterday, but it was a blow out.
One of our best bets Lord of Brazil did get up – favourite but still paid $5.50. Great value.
The Jim Mason-trained Snow Cover is one to follow after excellent fifth in the same event.
R1 – 5,8
R3 – 7,13
R4 – 4
R5 – 4
R6 – 11
R7 – 2,5,8,12,13
R8 – 10,11,12,15
RACE 1 – Top Cat In Town 1, Zupasonic 2, Prophecy 3.
RACE 2 – Pretty Happyaboutit 1, Sahara Night 2, Good And Hot 3
RACE 3 – Weathervane 1, Anapolis 2, Malan 3
RACE 4 – Heavenly Hop 1, May Rain 2, Bern Bee 2
RACE 5 – Hiinchley Wood 1, Lady Krovanh 2,Chilean Plume 3
RACE 6 – Anlon 1, Providential 2, Me Hungi 3
RACE 7 – Lenguita 1, Royal Scandal 2, Testa Grigia 3
RACE 8 – Tribal Doctor 1, Affetto 2, Dame Dugal 3
Field (7) – 2,4,5,7 – 1,4,6,10 – 3,4,5,7,13,14 ($666)
FLEXI 5% = $33
TWO BTC MEETINGS IN A WEEK
Ballarat Turf Club has the first of two race meetings in the space of four days on Sunday.
The BTC has eight races at a family raceday on Sunday, with the first at 1pm.
It then backs on Wednesday.
- Ballarat first-starters:
SO YOU’RE PIUS (Antonius Pius-Turnout) 3yo gelding debuting for Melody Cunningham in Porter Plan Maiden, 1000m.
Zupasonic (Zupaone-Princess Demus) 3yo gelding debuting for Kylie Vella in Porter Plant Maiden, 1000m.
BALLARAT STABLE RUNNERS TO WATCH THIS WEEKEND
VIVALDI (Brahms-Luxury Ride) – 7yo gelding making his race debut for Janet Collins in maiden, 1000m, at Camperdown on Saturday.
GOTTA KEEP COOL – veteran 9yo resuming. First-up since March in the Camperdown Cup, 1600m, on Saturday. Trained by Darren Weir.
PROSPECT STREET (Street Cry-Miss Rangoon) – 2yo filly making debut for Jim Mason at Flemington on Saturday.
FAIRLIE (Red Ransom-Scene Queen) – 2yo filly making debut for John Sadler* at Flemington on Saturday.
SNOW COVER – last-start Caulfield winner for Jim Mason down in the weights in open handicap, 1720m, at Flemington on Saturday.
LORD OF BRAZIL – having first start since luckless third at Flemington on December 22. Top weight 60kg will test in open handicap, 1720m, at Flemington on Saturday for Darren Weir.
HURDY GURDY MAN (Darren Weir) and BEER GARDEN (Dan O’Sullivan) consistent and chances in open handicap, 2000m, at Flemington on Saturday.
BALLARAT STABLE WINNERS IN PAST WEEK (up to Friday)
GINGERBOY ($1.50 fav) – maiden 2018m at Stawell on Friday. Trained by Darren Weir.
CHARGE WEST ($1.80 fav) – fillies and mares maiden 1310m at Stawell on Friday. Trained by Darren Weir.
LOVE TO LEARN ($21) – maiden 1109m at Stawell on Friday. Trained by Jack Dalton.
SMILING HUSSY ($26) - fillies and mares 0-62 1310m at Stawell on Friday. Trained by Anthony Dudley.
SPACEAGE EAGLE ($3.20) – maiden 1400m, at Warrnambool on Tuesday. Trained by Patrick Payne*.
AQUA’S EDGE ($4 fav) – 0-62 1200m at Warrnambool on Tuesday. Trained by Darren Weir.
WHERE’S THE BAR ($3.20 fav) – 0-62 1400m at Warrnambool on Tuesday. Trained by Darren Weir.
ARPEGGIO ($2.50 fav) -0-58 1469m at Kyneton on Sunday. Trained by Darren Weir.
TERCVO CHICA ($5.50) – 0-62 1112m at Kyneton on Sunday. Trained by Darren Weir.
MISS GODDEN ($5.50) - 0-68 2230m at Werribee on Sunday. Trained by Darren Weir.
MS FUNOVITS ($7) – 2yo 1000m at Flemington on Saturday. Trained by John Sadler*.
LUCKY ANGEL ($6.50) - fillies and mare’s 0-89 2000m at Flemington on Saturday. Trained by Tony Vasil*.
TUSCAN FIRE ($2.50 fav) – open handicap 2500m at Flemington on Saturday. Trained by Dan O’Sullivan.
BRITISH GENERAL ($2.10 fav) – listed Chester Manifold Stakes 1450m at Flemington on Saturday, Trained by Dan O’Sullivan.