Daily Racing Tips – Wednesday 13th June

Warwick Farm - Race 3 2.00pm AEST

No. 1 Tswalu

Tswalu has not been seen at the races since she contested the Breeders Classic in the Spring, but she trialed nicely at Rosehill Gardens a few weeks ago. She does run well fresh and on her best form she is the class galloper in this field. She makes her own luck right on the speed and she can make a winning return to the races.

Warwick Farm - Race 6 3.45pm AEST

No. 2 Mornington

There is no fitter horse in this field than Mornington and that could prove crucial on what will be a heavy track at Warwick Farm this afternoon. He should take a fair amount of benefit from what was a tough effort over this track and distance last start and the fact that Kerrin McEvoy jumps into the saddle is a positive.

Ladbrokes Park - Race 4 2.10pm AEST

No. 9 Euroman

Euroman hit the line strongly to win over this track and distance at Ladbrokes Park last start and he has been kept up to the mark with two lengthy barrier trials between starts. He is always tough to beat when he gets out over these extended staying trips and he is great value to get the job done this afternoon.

Ladbrokes Park - Race 5 2:45pm AEST

No. 8 Eminent Son

Eminent Son is a horse with plenty of speed and all of his best form has come over 1000 metres. He shouldn’t have any issues taking up the running from barrier five and he could run his rivals off their feet. He always runs well fresh and he is well and truly over the odds at his current price of $11.

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