Peter Moody’s Caulfield Guineas Tips
Champion trainer Peter Moody doesn’t have a runner in the Caulfield Guineas, following the withdrawal of Glenfiddich, but he is confident he has found a good thing in the Group 1 event!
He has analysed the field and his complete 2020 Caulfield Guineas tips are now available.
Winner – Tagaloa
I think that Tagaloa is almost a good thing in the Caulfield Guineas.
The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young team have hit form at the right time after a big weekend, they won The Metropolitan with Mirage Dancer, and they have another Group 1 for the taking this weekend.
This really does look like the perfect speed map for Tagaloa.
Craig Williams will have him either in front or in the first two or three and that will give him every possible chance.
He knows his way around Caulfield, he is a Blue Diamond Stakes winner, and his two runs back this time in will have him ready to peak third-up.
He is an absolute monster of a horse and if he goes there in the right frame of mind and behaves, I think he will just dominate the race on the speed.
2nd – King’s Legacy
I have plenty of respect for King’s Legacy.
He was very big the other day in the Golden Rose and he is geared to peak in his third run in at a mile.
King’s Legacy comfortably beat Ole Kirk when they met over 1600 metres in the Champagne Stakes during the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival and I think that he has the wood over the Golden Rose winner.
3rd – Crosshaven
Crosshaven just keeps on winning and he has been underrated by the market once again.
There was plenty of merit in his victory in the Caulfield Guineas Prelude and he still has the scope to improve.
The wide barrier draw isn’t ideal and he will need some luck in running.
4th – Aysar
Aysar will get a long way back from the wide barrier draw, but he was excellent late in the Caulfield Guineas Prelude and he will be charging home once again.
He still offers a little bit of value at his current price.