Race-by-race tips and preview for Wyong on Tuesday

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Race 1: 1.15PM ICL SIERRAFORM GT MAIDEN HANDICAP (1000m)

2.Princess Ariana. Makes her debut as a four-year-old mare, showed speed in a fast trial at her first attempt and then looked comfortable in a second trial on soft going, crossing the line with classy galloper Bobbing.

Dangers: 1. Rifles had only the one start last time in and found the line well. Resumes without any trial here. 4. Phoenician Queen, another on debut that moved well in a recent Rosehill trial.

How to play it: Princess Ariana each-way
Odds & Evens: Split

There are plenty of potential winners for punters to pick from on Tuesday’s eight-race card at Wyong.Credit:Fairfax Media

Race 2: 1.50PM SYNGENTA POSTERITY 2YO MAIDEN PLATE (1200m)

7.Pink Beau showed enough speed to race close to the pace at Kensington on debut. Was hampered at the 200m and steadied, but then picked up and found the line again. Drawn to get a good run close to the rail.

Dangers: 2. Mocial Chief didn’t see a lot of clear galloping room at Canterbury and was beaten less than two lengths. 8.Princess Betty makes her debut on her home track for Kim Waugh after two trials.

How to play it: Pink Beau Win and Box Quinella 7,2,8
Odds & Evens: Split

Race 3: 2.25PM TURFCULTURE THUMPER MITICIDE MAIDEN PLATE (1350m)

1.Mensa Missile. Like that the Waterhouse-Bott team have taken him to Goulbourn for a trial since his good debut run. Shows intent and will be fit enough for the 1350m here. Drops back from a strong on-pace effort at Kensington on debut.

Dangers: 9.Smart Success never shirked the task on debut at Gosford and can expect natural improvement into her second run. 6.Confinement probably should have won her last start if not badly hampered at the 200m.

How to play it: Mensa Missile win
Odds & Evens: Split

Race 4: 3.05PM BAYER INDEMNIFY CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1000m)

5.Fox Spirit. Keen to see if the filly can progress after demolishing a maiden field by over five lengths at Tamworth. Stays at 1000m and, interestingly, ran a faster time than one of the BM 58 races on the day at the distance and wasn’t ridden out. Should be too speedy for these.

Dangers: 4 For Love was hard in the market at Canberra but disappointed. Forgiving that run and dropping in weight, he can bounce back and has the form to be competitive here.

How to play it: Fox Spirit win
Odds & Evens: Split

Race 5: 3.40PM FLORATINE FOLIARS PROV & CTRY MAIDEN PLATE (1200m)

1.Aytobe looks to have come back in good style. Was favourite but couldn’t get clear running in last 200m at Scone. Looks to find the right race to finally shed his maiden tag.

Dangers: 5.Uprise has tactical speed to put himself in the race and has been strong at this trip. 4. Task Force is a query runner on debut.

How to play it: Aytobe Win
Odds & Evens: Odds

Race 6: 4.15PM SPORTS TURF SOLUTIONS CLASS 2 HANDICAP (1200m)

5.Screenager – happy to be completely forgiving of her latest run when she was worked up in the yard and raced accordingly on a heavy track. Previously won first two starts in Victoria and was beaten under two lengths at Flemington by Halvorsen, which is now competing in group 1 races.

Dangers: 1. Absolute Trust has had a freshen and trialled up well since runner-up in a Rosehill highway. 8. Bring Glory – was only a 900m maiden on debut, but there was some style about the win showing a nice turn of foot.

How to play it: Screenager Win – Exacta 5 from 1.8
Odds & Evens: Odds

Race 7: 4.50PM TURFCARE AUSTRALIA CONDITIONAL BM70 HANDICAP (1600m)

2.Succendam – European-bred gelding in his second preparation. Resumed in a class one on a soft track and bolted in. The step up to mile, and any give in the track, will suit the progressive gelding.

Dangers: 9. Opinions. All three wins have come at the mile, including his last-start win when supported in betting. In form apprentice R. Dolan to ride from the inside gate. 5. He’s A Given drops in weight and kept coming at Newcastle.

How to play it: Succendam Win
Odds & Evens: Split

Race 8: 5.30PM ECO BUNKER AUSTRALIA BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP (1350m)

4. Asudem – was having his first run for four weeks when loomed in the middle of the track but was narrowly defeated at Dubbo by a runner scooting up the rail. That should bring him on and winkers go on today. Previous two efforts were Scone victories so he’s in top form.

Dangers: 3. Brix has placed four of five starts first up and looking at his impressive trial this time in, I’d expect another forward showing. Definite Danger. 12. Candy Bar will go forward from a good gate and appreciates any give in the track.

How to play it: Asudem and Brix Win bets
Odds & Evens: Split

Tips supplied by Racing NSW
Full form and race replays available at racingnsw.com.au

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