Promising filly Jenniferwish is ready to break through for a win while a recent Group 1-winning rider is in for a big night at Cranbourne on Friday.
Herald Sun form analyst Brad Waters runs the rule over Friday night’s Cranbourne meeting.
JENNIFERWISH (Race 4 No.5 – $2.70)
Better effort when not disgraced behind a handy three-year-old second-up. Won’t have to improve much to break through here.
AUTISSIODORUM (Race 6 No.2 – $5.50)
The four-year-old broke through with an eight-length romp at Wodonga last star and has had a Traralgon trial since. He could continue to improve here.
SEACOLE (Race 7 No.1 – $3)
Ran on well when far too good at Mildura second-up. She steps up to BM 64 level on Friday night but has the quality to salute again.
MARCO SPADA (Race 2 No.5 – $6)
Marco Spada chased well late at Pakenham last time out and has drawn to race closer on Friday night. He had a few chances but could break through here.
Ethan Brown notched his maiden Group 1 win last Saturday so will ride full of confidence at Cranbourne. GIRELLO (Race 1 No.1 – $2.90), RIVERINA CYCLONE (Race 2 No.8 – $1.85), PRETTY PANDA (Race 3 No.9 – $16), THE PUP (Race 4 No.10 – $10), OFFICE JIM ( Race 5 No.2 – $3.90), CAMELOT STAR (Race 6 No.1 – $8.50), AMPERE (Race 7 No.4 – $3), FEUDAL EMPIRE (Race 8 No.5 – $3.10)
THE WEEK AHEAD
The $500,000 Andrew Ramsden will take center stage at Flemington on Saturday while Echuca also races. Bendigo and Casterton will race on Sunday. The synthetic racing season starts on Monday at Ballarat before a Moe fixture on Tuesday. Ballarat will race on the turf on Wednesday.
Originally published as Raceday focus: Best bets, analysis for Cranbourne on Friday night