Daily Racing Tips – Friday 4th June

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Pakenham - Race 2 1:30pm AEST

No. 11 Francie Girl

Francie Girl showed enough talent on debut to suggest that she does have some ability and she should take good improvement from that performance.

There really isn’t a huge amount of quality in this field and she does look like the filly with some serious upside.

The daughter of Toronado is well-placed to claim a maiden race win.

Pakenham - Race 5 3:00pm AEST

No. 1 Tread Softly

I liked the way that Tread Softly put away her rivals at Kyneton on debut and she looks like a filly with plenty of upside.

The claim of Josh Richards is vital here and she should be able to make her own luck right on the speed from barrier five.

I would not be surprised to see the Nicconi filly end up in much better races than this one.

Pakenham - Race 7 4:00pm AEST

No. 4 Kermy

I am confident that Kermy is a much better horse than his one race win from seven race starts suggests.

He ran into a classy horse in the form of Riot And Rose at Pakenham last start and there is no horse of that qualty in this field.

The Kermadec gelding simply doesn’t produce a bad performance and he will be right in the mix once again.

Pakenham - Race 8 4:30pm AEST

No. 1 Gracias Amigo

Gracias Amigo was unlucky when he finished third behind Heljami at Pakenham last start and he is well-placed to turn-the-tables on his rival in this contest.

He has barely put a foot wrong in recent times and he maps to get a lovely run in transit from barrier two with Michael Dee in the saddle.

The $5.50 currently available is well and truly over the odds.