CARRYOVER OF $1,843.12



Friday, 30 October


1st Pick: TRY MAK MAK (2)
Nearly nailed High Voltage on the line at his last run. Scored only once but has often hit around the mark. Solid claims.
2nd Pick: MINHAAJ (4)
Toughed it out for the win last time. Has trained and on and presents well for this race. Faces stiffer task to double the dose from the wider alley. Place claims look better.
3rd Pick: EXTRA WIN (1)
Looked a winner when he hit the front at the 300m. Could not find any extra late. Drops back to 1100m which will suit him better. Nice low draw.
4th Pick: GOLDEN THUNDER (3)
Quite competitive in this grade. Handles both Polytrack and turf. Tongue-tie on. Place claims.

1st Pick: GNOTHI SEAUTON (2)
Looking for more ground. Tongue-tie on. Will drop back and charge home late. Respect.
2nd Pick: SPECIAL OPS (3)
Ran two seconds in a row, but some distance away. Rider queried at last start. Booking of Vlad Duric points to his chances but awkward alley is a dampener. Keep safe.
Making slow headway. Caught wide at third run but still stuck on nicely for fourth. Include in calculations.
4th Pick: MARIKH (12)
Didn’t do too badly at his debut. Will appreciate extra 300m. Earmuffs off. Not without claims.

In great form with two recent wins and is up 12 points for those victories. This is tougher with more weight but looks the one they have to beat. 
2nd Pick: MISTER DYNAMO (11)
Very consistent off this sort of mark and can once again run a nice race and go close with only 50.5kgs to carry. 
3rd Pick: JR MALONE (3)
An interesting runner with headgear added and the booking of Vlad Duric. Forget the last-start performance, he can return to something like his better form here. 
4th Pick: KHAN (6)
Bolted up in an Open Maiden when last seen and if building on that success, he is a must for the multiples in this. 

Has not shown much in three starts but gave a few better signs with his barrier trial win last Thursday. He’s by Savabeel, the 1800m should not pose a problem. Blinkers on. Won’t surprise if he stakes a claim in this.
2nd Pick: OFFICIAL (9)
Scored a nice win over 1700m two weeks ago. Switches to turf, a surface he has not won on yet, but didn’t do too badly on either. Extra 100m up his alley. Commands respect.
3rd Pick: ZOFFSPEED (6)
Was a beaten horse from a long way out at his last outing. Maybe he resented the Polytrack. Switches back to turf. Has drawn in this time. Don’t write him off too soon.
4th Pick: SPIRIT SEVEN (8)
Turned in best run in more than two years with a gallant third at his last start. Marble one. If he reproduces that form, he might still teach his younger rivals a galloping lesson.

1st Pick: ABLEST ASCEND (5)
Showed his ability with gutsy win second-up. Switches back to Polytrack. Has drawn an alley. Will finish in the money.
2nd Pick: I AM SACRED (2)
Hard to have. Brilliant at his wins, he can then flop at his next start. On his best form, he can challenge for the win here.
3rd Pick: WELL DESERVED (10)
Apprentice jockey was suspended two months for not riding this horse to Stewards’ satisfaction. Could have tested the winner Kiwi Kid. Gets his chance to make amends.
4th Pick: KIWI KID (3)
Sprang a surprise at his last start when he sat handy throughout before working home solidly for the win. No reason why he can’t repeat the feat.

1st Pick: PERFECT (3)
Flew home for second to Flying Tourbillon at his last start over 1400m. Rises in distance and will take some beating at the business end. Don’t worry about wide barrier as he gets back.
2nd Pick: GRAVEL ROAD (9)
There was plenty to like about his maiden win on Polytrack. Reverts to turf on which he goes okay. Nice gate. Go close.
3rd Pick: NINETEEN GALE (6)
Opened account with a strong win last time out. Didn’t beat much and shoulders big mass this time. Tougher job ahead, but he can still run a place.
4th Pick: RED RIDING WOOD (7)
In his element in this. Should be a factor at the business end. Can be followed.

Has been placed in both the Singapore Classic and the Singapore Guineas behind the mighty Inferno in recent starts. Won a trial leading into this race and the drop in grade is a massive plus but sadly the barrier isn't. If he can overcome that, he will be tough to beat. 
2nd Pick: BIG HEARTED (9)
There is not a great deal between both Strong N Powerful and this fellow judged on the Singapore Guineas form and he can certainly give the top pick most to do.
3rd Pick: ON LINE (6)
The fresh record is a good one and is an course and distance winner as well. Champion jockey Vlad Duric has a good record on him and all looks set fair for a bold show. 
4th Pick: OCEAN CROSSING (1)
Has been kept busy and continues to run wel. If he sees the extra furlong out, he can be involved at the business end here. 

1st Pick: ONE WORLD (2)
A winner over course and distance. Showed improvement second-up with a closing fourth to Fast And Fearless. Pacifiers off. Not without a chance in this moderate affair.
2nd Pick: FOUNTAIN OF FAME (8)
Ignore last run when below previous best. Was a spent force after racing wide. Can bounce back, especially from better barrier.
3rd Pick: TAVITO (12)
Pops up once in a while. Must be reckoned with when on song. Can take this race if he regains his turn of foot.
4th Pick: MA BAO BAO (10)
Never in with a chance when trapped deep throughout at his last chance. Blinker-pacifiers off. Unlikely to test these, but a place is still within his reach.

An eye-catching run last time when resuming for former handler Lee Freedman and that run would have put him cherry ripe for this Class 2. The conditions of the race will suit this smart type and a big show is on the cards in a wide open race. 
2nd Pick: KARISTO (6)
A short head second to Grand Koonta last time out in a better race gives him a rock-solid chance in this heat. Go close. 
3rd Pick: SINCERELY (9)
Below-par last time out after winning on local debut. That run needs to be forgotten and if there is any rain around, that will enhance his chance. 
4th Pick: BEAU GESTE (10)
Could be at decent odds here and recent form is very respectable for a race of this standing. Each-way play in the race. 

RACE 10 
1st Pick: ARAMAAYO (2)
This ex-Godolphin galloper has taken all before him so far in 2020 and looks to add a third Group 1 to his CV. Winner of the Kranji Mile and Raffles Cup, he has beaten most of these last time out and if he runs to form and sees out the extra distance, he should be hard to beat here. 
Start 15 at the highest level coming up for Singapore's highest-rated horse. So often the bridesmaid, he will have the assistance of jockey number 17 in the shape of Benny Woodworth. Ran well in this race for the last couple of years. On best form, he should be right there again. 
3rd Pick: TOP KNIGHT (5)
The Singapore Derby winner over this course and distance two starts ago. He was much below-par in the Raffles Cup (on the Short Course) and this return to the Long Course is more to his liking. There is every possibility he can bounce right back to form and should be included in the top four here. 
4th Pick: SUN MARSHAL (4)
A huge run in the Raffles Cup and is another who will stay the trip strongly having taken last year's Singapore Derby. A must include here.

RACE 11 
1st Pick: TIGER ROAR (12)
An improving three-year-old who met trouble in the straight before running home powerfully behind Overcoming. The form of his Restricted Maiden win is working out well and he can well prove too good for more exposed rivals here. One to beat. 
2nd Pick: MANDRAKE (5)
A nice win last start over the mile and the further he goes the better he looks. The stable of James Peters are in good form and the expectation is for another good run from this likeable horse. 
3rd Pick: GLASGOW (1)
Down in grade and can surprise but has something to prove over this trip. Interesting runner. 
4th Pick: DON DE LA VEGA (9)
Stays the trip well and if in the right frame of mind, he can run a solid race here on best form. Place chance. 


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