Daily Racing Tips – Saturday 22nd July
Royal Randwick - Race 4 1.20pm AEST
No. 5 Super Too
Super Too returns to the races on the back of two impressive barrier trial wins and if she brings his best form she will be very tough to beat. She was placed at Group 3 level during the 2016 Spring Racing Carnival and she has recorded three wins from as many starts over 1000 metres. She makes her own luck right on the speed and can make a winning return to the races.
Doomben - Race 6 2.47pm AEST
No. 4 Irish Constabulary
Irish Constabulary is absolutely flying this preparation and this is the easiest race that he has contested this campaign. He finished second behind the talented Burning Passion in the W.J. Healy Stakes and it took a horse with the talent of Tumbler to beat him last weekend. The step-up in trip suits and he can return to winning form.
Doomben - Race 7 3:27pm AEST
No. 3 Crack Me Up
Crack Me Up showed that he is capable of matching it with the older horses when he finished second behind Religify in the Wayne Wilson Mile on Stradbroke Handicap Day before he recorded an impressive victory in the Sunshine Coast Guineas. This is no tougher and he has more upside than the rest of this field.
Flemington - Race 7 3.35pm AEST
No. 4 Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro returned to the races for the first time in nearly two years at Flemington last start and with a more aggressive ride he would have won. Beau Mertens can settle him closer to the speed from barrier three and he maps to get a dream run in transit. I’m not saying that he can win a Melbourne Cup, but there is a bit of Almandin about this imported stayer.