Daily Racing Tips – Tuesday 21st September

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Kyneton - Race 1 1:00pm AEST

No. 11 Northern Melody

Northern Melody is deserving of her status as a clear favourite for this contest.

She returned to the races with a credible second place finish at Wangaratta and she should take good improvement from that performance.

Damian Lane can ride her aggressively from the wide barrier draw and she will give her rivals something to catch.

Kyneton - Race 7 4:00pm AEST

No. 6 Grandma Gail

Grandma Gail got the job done at Benalla last start and a repeat of that effort would make her very tough to beat.

She has improved each time that she has been seen at the races this preparation and this race really isn’t that much tougher.

Barrier six is ideal and she will have every possible chance in the run.

Kyneton - Race 8 4:30pm AEST

No. 5 Adki

Adki is a better mare than her last two race starts suggests and she is over the odds at her current quote of $10.

On her best form she is more than good enough to win a race of this quality and she has won at Kyneton in the past.

Barrier two suits her and she can pop up at a juicy price.

Kyneton - Race 9 5:00pm AEST

No. 6 Just Wishing

Just Wishing will need some luck in running from the wide barrier draw, but she is still the horse to beat in this contest.

She has gone to another level this campaign and there is no doubt that she is racing in career best form.

This really isn’t the strongest field and I am confident that she is the class runner in this group.