Daily Racing Tips – Monday 18th November


Grafton - Race 1 1:15pm AEDT

No. 3 Catch Me Latar

Catch Me Latar was only narrowly denied by Rocbolt and Momentum To Win at the Gold Coast last start and this is a genuine drop in quality. He may be a nine-year-old, but there is an argument to be made that he is racing in career best form and the looks like a horse that will thrive in this proper staying test.

Grafton - Race 6 4:15pm AEDT

No. 1 Royal Factor

Royal Factor has been a consistent performer during his racing career to date and on exposed form he does have a genuine edge over the rest of this field. He has won at Grafton in the past and he did not have much luck in running at this venue last start. He is very well-placed to return to winning form in this contest.

Grafton - Race 7 4:50pm AEDT

No. 2 Foxy’s Foxinator

Foxy’s Foxinator will return to the races in what is a very winnable contest at Grafton this afternoon. He finished his last campaign with a solid effort at Warwick Farm and his recent race starts have generally been in stronger company than this. He will need some luck from the wide barrier draw, but he should be flying home late.

Grafton - Race 8 5:30pm AEDT

No. 2 I Wanna Be A Jeep

I Wanna Be A Jeep is well and truly over the odds at his current price of $11. He returned to the races with a solid third place finish in the Denman Cup and he was gallant when he finished second behind Profiler in the Jungle Juice Cup. Tivoli Street is very short and I Wanna Be A Jeep should be in the finish.

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