Daily Racing Tips – Friday 6th May

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Cranbourne - Race 5 7:45pm AEDT

No. 2 No Envy

No Envy won his maiden by close to five lengths last time out at Geelong and looks capable of taking the next step now. 

The son of Lope de Vega settled in behind the speed and stoked up out wide, before showing a real turn of foot to kick clear at the 200m mark to put paid to his rivals. 

He’ll only be better for that run and should appreciate a little juice in the track. 

Cranbourne - Race 6 8:15pm AEDT

No. 4 Prince Of Rome

Prince Of Rome led them all the way to win his maiden at Werribee second-up and he only needs to hold that form to be a real factor here. 

The Snitzel three-year-old showed plenty in the finish to score by three-quarters of a length, while the steer from Jordan Childs, who also retains the ride, was beautiful. 

Back on rain-affected going and from a similar draw, he’s tough to fault. 

Cranbourne - Race 7 8:45pm AEDT

No. 3 Unfair Dismissal

We’re getting a nice price for Unfair Dismissal in what is a fairly deep race. 

The son of All Too Hard won well three back at Pakenham and has come close in his last two starts at Sandown and Sale against tougher company.

He’ll carry a little extra weight around for his troubles, but he should be able to slot back from barrier 9 and pounce late. 

Cranbourne - Race 8 9:15pm AEDT

No. 11 Head First

Head First is worth forgiving on her recent run at Caulfield where she basically received no luck down the straight. 

The Headwater filly looked to be on her way to at least running a place before she was squeezed late finishing well down the track. 

She comes in three weeks between runs and should find this slightly easier with Patrick Moloney back in the saddle. The pair have a good rapport with one another and she has handled wet going before.