Sunshine Coast Tips May 16 - Plenty of each-way chances to fill our pockets today

  • Each-Way all day they say
  • Among them all we have three to follow closely
Sunshine Coast racing Wednesday

As we have a big program to contend with including some big fields I thought we might look for a small bag of each-way chances here

We have a test of endurance to kick start the day and at the class 1 level there are several winning chances. Among those is the four-year-old It’s Choux Time from the Chris Waller stables. The Jimmy Choux mare has been in work for some time now but has been raced sparingly, until now.

Four starts back she won her maiden over 1666m at Ipswich and has been thereabouts ever since. Her latest effort saw her finish a close second to Invinciboy at the Gold Coast on a heavy track over today’s distance. 

She backs-up here just seven days later which may benefit her in the run. Michael Cahill climbs aboard for his first ride on the mare and he should manage a good sit back in the field from gate four. She looks every bit a winner as her rivals here.

Race 4. Sunny Coast Race Fest Hcp (Class 5) 1000m
They’ll run like the wind here with Si Si Sequalo likely to head them off and lead the way. A lot of early pace here will boost the chances of Stuart Kendrick’s mare Lipsync who has been a model of consistency lately finishing no further back than fifth at her last five starts.

The Snitzel mare was most impressive last start where she came from the tail of the field to grab second prize behind Isis Magic in a BM75 at Toowoomba. She settled too far back that day and couldn’t run down the winner.

Today, Luke Tarrant returns to the saddle and although he is yet to grab a victory on her, this is his biggest chance yet. She has drawn perfectly in gate two and if Tarrant can have her around mid-field early, she will be close enough to run down the leaders today.

Read our other Wednesday Racing Tips:
Racing Bet of the Day (Aaron Hamilton)
Warwick Farm (Ric Chapman)
Warwick Farm Quaddie (Aaron Hamilton)
Sandown Quaddie (Aaron Hamilton) 

Race 6. Eumundi Lager Plate (Class 3) 1600m
A big field faces the starter here and the mile trip will test some of these. It’s always a risk when you have one who hasn’t seen the mile before, however Le Mattan has given the impression he will get the trip without any trouble. 

He is three runs back from a nine-month absence and wasted no time getting back work by winning first-up over 1200m at Ipswich. He then took a steep step up in grade where he was impressive in finishing third over 1400m here in class 3 company. His latest effort saw him drop back to class 2 company at the Gold Coast and after drawing wide and coming from near last on the turn, he gathered in his opposition and carried his 59kgs to victory.

Today he is back in class 3 company but has those three runs behind him now. After the claim from Boris Thornton he carries 3kgs less than his last start which is just half a kilo over the limit. The lightly-raced four-year-old has won three of his six career starts to date and his last run strongly suggests the 1600m will be ideal for him to add a fourth win to his resume.

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