Daily Racing Tips – Bendigo Cup Special
Bendigo - Race 4 1.35pm AEDT
No. 1 Bolek
Bolek recorded two wins from five race starts in his maiden racing campaign and he has form around a few talented gallopers. Trainer Mike Moroney has found a lovely race for him to return in and he has the speed to cross this field to take up the running. He is well-placed to make a winning return to the races.
Bendigo - Race 6 2:45pm AEDT
No. 6 Won Ball
Won Ball returned to winning form at Pakenham last start and it now wouldn’t surprise to see him string a few wins together. He has been racing better than his current form suggests and the 1100 metres is ideal for him. Ben Allen will be able to settle him just behind the speed and he is well-placed to make it two wins on the trot.
Bendigo - Race 8 4.00pm AEDT
No. 6 Furrion
Furrion may have been beaten in the Cranbourne Cup, but it is fair to say that he had excuses and his form before that had been outstanding. The step-up in trip doe look ideal for him and there is no doubt that trainer Darren Weir has set him for the Bendigo Cup all campaign long. He is a proven winner and he is a staying star in the making.
Bendigo - Race 10 5.20pm AEDT
No. 7 Superhard
Superhard beat the talented Haunted to win at Moe last start and he has been absolutely flying this campaign. He can has the scope to improve on his last start effort and he maps to get the run of the race just behind the speed with Mark Zahra in the saddle. There is no reason that he can’t continue his winning ways.