Horse Racing
Class 3 Handicap(1400m) - Form Comments

20/05/2022 14:21

1400m – Turf


Red Ocean

Bold front-running four-year-old who has four wins from 10 starts and is first-up off an impressive trial win performance. He can lead and give them all something to run down.


Savvy Command

Has not won for nearly a year now but is on a winnable mark and relishes the track and distance. Last seen checking home a good second place, which is strong enough for for a race like this.


My Man

First-up off a stable change but has not shown much in two local starts. The betting market will be the best guide.


Songgong Hera

Showed good ability last year but has failed to salute the judge in five starts in 2022, with a second place his best effort. More than capable on best form.


Sabah Star

Thriving five-year-old who is a seven-time winner from 20 starts and has won three of his four starts this year. Last seen winning impressively over 1200m, but 1400m is more his go.


The August

Consistent galloper who is probably most effective over shorter trips on exposed form. He remains unplaced at the track and distance from seven tries.



Unsuited over 1000m last start but returns to his pet distance of 1400m and expect him to be on-pace for a long while.



Yet to win in 16 starts in Class 3 but has placed on six occasions. He will be better suited back up to 1400m and could sneak a place at odds.



Has been racing in a rich vein of form in Class 4, with two wins and a third in his last three starts, but he is an unknown in Class 3 and is preferred on the Polytrack.


Sky Eye

1400m looks an uphill task for this five-year-old but he is a pace influence, as he generally likes to jump and run over 1000m and 1100m.


Street Cry Success

Racing well after a stable change, as seen last start when winning by a healthy 1.25 lengths at this track and distance, and he now has to defy a poor Class 3 record of nine starts for naught.


Stunning Cat

Ran home strongly into fourth place last start but is usually most effective over 1200m. Place chances seem best.





Golden Flame

Faded late on a yielding surface over the mile last start but might relish dropping back to 1400m and he is more than capable of sneaking a place.


Be Bee

Seven-year-old who mixes his form and his hard to catch. Generally performs best over the shorter sprint trips and place chances seem best.


Lim’s Bestbreaker

Closed off well over an unsuitable 1700m on the Polytrack last start but he will relish the drop back to 1400m, where he is a two-time winner from five at the track and distance.



Surprisingly, he has not won for 398 days now, but has placed third in four starts this season and has a great turn-of-foot under the right race shape. Good each-way claims here.