Flemington Preview July 20

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Hiraji Handicap (MR5) – Road Trippin’ beat Infinite Energy in a similar event to this at Caulfield earlier this month and that pair will again be leading chances in this race. The former has raced in good company without winning throughout his career and looks well placed in this company despite going up two rating points for his win last time out. Clanga’s Glory has been racing well and will be flying home at the finish, while Digitalism and impressive maiden winner Rose Of Texas can run well.
Selections: Road Trippin’, Clanga’s Glory, Infinite Energy, Digitalism 

Gala Supreme Handicap (MR6) – The Cleaner established himself as one of Tasmania’s best gallopers over the past 12 months and has an exceptional record of having won 13 of his 27 career starts. Despite flopping at his first start for Robert Smerdon in Tasmania and having to carry 60kg, the tough 5 year-old should get a good run on the speed from barrier three and will be hard to run down. Westsouthwest ran third in a hot form race at Moonee Valley last month before scoring a soft win in a maiden hurdle and warrants respect, while Zuma Roc and Oregon Spirit should both run well.
Selections: The Cleaner, Westsouthwest, Zuma Roc, Oregon Spirit 

Aspen Handicap (MR7) – Aregee McLaren has won four of his six career starts in South Australia and this will be his biggest test to date, but there is nothing to suggest that he cannot be competitive in a race like this. He was a strong winner first up over this trip at the end of June and has leading Melbourne hoop Glen Boss aboard. Broken and Canali have both run well down the straight in the past and should go well, while Henwood was well backed last time out before being beaten in a photo as will be in the finish.
Selections: Aregee McLaren, Broken, Henwood, Canali 

Fillies & Mares Handicap (MR8) – Koe has won three on the trot since winning at Morphettville at the end of May and is the one to beat here, where she has won both starts at the track. She only won the Leilani Final by a nose last time out but drops back to 57.5kg after carrying 60kg in that contest and deserves favouritism. Bia Diamond has missed a place in just one of her past 13 starts and will again be around the mark, while leading trainer Chris Waller saddles up honest gallopers Pipette and Eliza Blues.
Selections: Koe, Bia Diamond, Pipette, Eliza Blues

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