Daily Racing Tips – Sunday 11th July

Grafton - Race 2 12:25pm AEST

No. 5 Our Little Louie

Our Little Louie finds himself in a very winnable contest at Grafton this afternoon.

There really isn’t much talent in this field and on exposed form Our Little Louie does have a genuine class edge over his rivals.

The Unencumbered gelding may never have a better chance to claim a maiden race win!

Grafton - Race 4 2:00pm AEST

No. 2 Le Figaro

Le Figaro will need some luck in running from barrier 15, but she still has an excellent chance to return to winning form in this contest.

She has only recorded the one race win from her ten race starts, but she has generally raced in stronger company than this and she very rarely produces a poor performance.

This is another fairly weak race and the Dream Ahead mare should have too much quality for her rivals.

Grafton - Race 6 3:11pm AEST

No. 3 Galaxy Belle

Kris Lees looks to have found the right race for Galaxy Belle and she will prove very tough to beat.

She has finished in the placings in her three race starts this campaign and a repeat of that sort of form would be more than good enough to win this contest.

Andrew Mallyon will settle her in the second half of the field and she will be storming home in the concluding stages.

Sunshine Coast - Race 5 2:59pm AEST

No. 3 Stockman

Stockman is deserving of his status as a dominant favourite in the Caloundra Cup.

He has improved each time that he has been seen at the races this campaign and there was plenty to like about the way that he put away his rivals in the WJ McKell Cup.

The step-up in trip is not a problem and any additional give in the ground will be an advantage.