Canterbury Night Race Friday tips and full preview

Selection based on a soft track

Race 1 – 6:15 PM TAB HANDICAP (1250 METERS)

5. Emancipist continues and looks set to do so after driving hard onto the line on a recent attempt at Rosehill. The gelding started well in the final preparation in strong time trials, has a solid starting price profile and has competitive figures compared to his rivals. In addition, Jason Collett drives what suits his racing style and he will try to find a passage and have the last shot.

De An Andretti can take part in race 3.

De An Andretti can take part in race 3.Credit:Bradley photos

Driven: debutant 3. Citizenship is a nice guy and has proven himself well. Maps to have all the favors and expect a bold display. 2. Himalayas had no luck at the last start, and stablemate 1. Step aside Maps to control the pace.
How to play it: WIN Emancipator. Odd & Even: OPPORTUNITIES.

Race 2 – 18:45 FURPHY HANDICAP (1250 METERS)

motivated 1. Outlaw She came out of John O’Shea’s yard first, and she seems to have come back improved after two solid trials of late. The three-year-old was heavily supported in late trade on his debut at $3.80-$2.90 and was brave when he finished second. She sped wide, sprinting some of the fastest final splits of the meeting and easily beating the rest. This race compared well to today and there were four subsequent winners who confirmed the form. The lightly ridden filly is shaping up well for this event with a positive racing setup and has a dominant figure compared to her rivals.
Dangers: 5. Sequestered was not suitable 14 days ago on this route on heavy ground, but always found the line. The Godolphin Galloper gets key factors in her favor as James McDonald rides from a soft train and the step up looks ideal. 4. Ithadtobezou was unlucky in the last pre-season and continues here after a recent Test win at Randwick. She has talent but can race sharply. Add to 6. Amrap which can spring back on dry ground.
How to play it: Outlaw WIN. Odd & Even: OPPORTUNITIES.

Race 3 – 19:15 RACE AND SPORTS HANDICAP (1250 METERS)

6. Waverider Buoy had a quiet try leading to her first run at Randwick 20 days ago. The filly had every chance that day but the market suggested she would improve from the run and also benefit in fitness. The three-year-old is bringing strong form lines from recent pre-season including a respectable starting price in the G2 Furious Stakes (1200m) despite failing at a test course. In addition, she has all the favor, can win and is above all odds. Any way.
Dangers: 9. Rocket Girl went to a new level with the blinders on last launch and stormed in. She also set a smooth time and there were two subsequent winners who confirmed the form. Expect her to roll forward again, and if you repeat this figure, she will finish. 4. Essenne is running well and ready to go for third over more distance. She receives a significant barrier change and is worse in class. 7. De An Andretti is suitable as a second.
How to play it: Waverider Buoy O/W. Odd & Even: SPLITS.

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Ryan Sederquist

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