Youth Day At Fairview

Eight races on the polytrack today

Eight races are carded at Fairview on the polytrack this afternoon for the Youth Day racemeeting.

Don’t forget about the free to play Hollywoodbets Punters Challenge and the first is due off at 12h40.

Trainer Kelly Mitchley sends out Short Sharp Shock in Race 2. She ran a good race when second over 1200m on this course, three weeks ago.

She raced from a handy position but found one too good in the form of Siberian Fox. The daughter of Greys Inn jumps from a mid-field draw of five and in this field, she is the horse to beat.

Dream Scape from the Cliffie Miller yard represents decent each way value in Race 7. She may not have seen out the mile in her last start on this course.

She moved up to a point but did not go on with the effort. Her penultimate run when second over 1200m catches the eye. The 1400m should be right up her alley. She is drawn in barrier one and if jumping on terms, she can notch up her second-career victory.

Please note that jockeys Muzi Yeni and Kaidan Brewer are not riding today.

General Information as at 16 June 08h25
Weather Sunny & Cold, 15-20km/h Northerly Crosswind
Rainfall Last 24 Hours: 5mm+22mm Last 7 Days: 17mm
Irrigation Last 24 Hours: Last 7 Days:
Penetrometer Reading
Track Condition Standard
False Rail 3m @ 421m
  • The Bipot starts in the first race at 12h40
  • The Place Accumulator starts in the second race at 13h15
  • The Pick 6 starts in the third race at 13h50
  • The first Jackpot starts in the fourth race at 14h25
  • The second Jackpot starts in the fifth race at 15h00

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