Daily Racing Tips – Thursday 16th November

Seymour - Race 4 3.00pm AEDT

No. 7 Nina’s Ballerina

Nina’s Ballerina may never have a better chance to record another race win. She has only been narrowly denied at her past two starts and she finds her in a weak race this afternoon. Michael Walker can settle her closet to the speed from barrier three this afternoon and her turn-of-foot should be too sharp for her rivals late.

Seymour - Race 5 3:30pm AEDT

No. 2 Shauquin

Shauquin has raced well without winning this preparation and he finds himself in a very winnable race this afternoon. The form coming out of his last start third has been there short of outstanding and if he can replicate that performance he should prove too strong for this field.

Seymour - Race 6 4:00pm AEDT

No. 1 Trembling

Trembling was only narrowly run down by Savvy Belle last start and he can go on better at Seymour this afternoon. The form coming out of that race has been good and this affair is no tougher. Young hoop Lachlan King can take Trembling straight to the front and he will prove very tough to catch in the final stages.

Seymour - Race 8 5.00pm AEDT

No. 3 Innocent Lily

Innocent Lily raced consistently last campaign and she is a horse that is a genuine 1000 metres specialist. She has the early speed required to take up a forward position from barrier four and if she does that she will prove tough to run down in the final stages.

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