AJ Scahill Stakes 2016 day Tips – Ascot races 10/12/2016

Ascot will host the feature race meeting in WA today with a quality eight race card. We give our tips and bets for each of the races including our best bets and long shots of the day.
Race One: 6 Five Degrees

Race Two: 1 Ragazzo D’Oro

Race Three: 5 Astronomite

Race Four: 5 Chocolate Holic

Race Five: 3 Gigante

Race Six: 6 First Affair

Race Seven: 4 Dark Alert

Race Eight: 12 Candlelight Star



Best Bet: Race Four Number 5 Chocolate Holic

Next Best: Race Two Number 1 Ragazzo D’Oro

Best Value: Race Nine Number 12 Candlelight Star


NSW has been installed favourite to win the second UBET State of Origin jockeys series which starts at Eagle Farm.

Riders from Queensland, NSW, Victoria, South Australia, West Australia and New Zealand will take part in the series which will have two designated races over three days starting on Saturday.

The other two meetings are at Doomben on Christmas Eve and the Gold Coast on January 7.

The visiting jockeys on Saturday are Tim Clark and Michael Rodd (NSW), Brad Rawiller and Chris Symons (Victoria), Kerrin McEvoy and Dom Tourneur (South Australia), Michael Walker and Damian Browne (New Zealand), Brad Parnham and Steve Parnham (West Australia).

Jim Byrne and James Orman will represent Queensland.

UBET has released a market for the first day and series with NSW favourites for both.

“NSW jockeys Tim Clark and Michael Rodd have the pick of the rides on Saturday and that will give them a flying start for the series,” UBET’s Nick Curry said.

The market for the first day is $2.70 NSW, $3.20 New Zealand, $4 Queensland, $5.50 South Australia, $13 Victoria $51 West Australia.

The overall series prices are $3.20 NSW $3.60 New Zealand $3.80 Queensland, $5.50 South Australia, $9 Victoria $26 West Australia.

Meanwhile, Eagle Farm is rated a slow six for Saturday’s meeting.

“We have had 78mm of rain in the past few days but the track has held up well,” track manager Sean Bridges said.

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