Our analyst has reviewed the sectional times, ratings & replays from last Saturday’s Flemington meeting & has placed five horses you must follow in our black book below.

Led all the way down the straight and was far too strong for the rest. Kicked out with 300 metres to go winning by half a length. Handled the straight with ease and looks set to continue her success.


He had no problems in his first straight race start.  Sat backfield and kicked strongly in the last 200 metres with a time of 11.93 seconds. When he hit the lead with 100 metres to go he kept running to win by 1.3 lengths. He’s in for a good winter.

Nicolini Vito

Let down strongly from the middle of the track after starting slowly. He had the fastest last 600 metres of the meeting, 33.94 seconds and was only just held off by Who Dares finishing second by 0.2 lengths. He has a great turn of foot and is sure to be in the reckoning again next start.

The Map

She jumped well and was held midfield six lengths off the leader. Was checked with 500 metres to go when Let’sbefrankbaby shifted out off the rail. When the race opened up for her at the 300 she raced strongly through the middle of the track to win by half a length. A great stayer and looks likely to be racing in the Melbourne Cup.

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