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Globe Derby Park Sunday 27th May 2018 Preview

25 May 2018
Globe Derby Park Sunday 27th May 2018 Preview image

Ultra-consistent three-year-old filly Bobbies Delight looks an excellent chance of taking out the UBET Pace (1800m) at Globe Derby Park on Sunday.

From gate one, the Jeremy Seal-trained Bobbies Delight, with Ryan Hryhorec in the sulky, should be able to lead throughout.

At her most recent run, the three-year-old chased former New Zealander The Shooting Star at Globe Derby Park to be beaten two metres.

At her previous run, she finished third to La Machnificent and The Shooting Star, beaten 15 metres, again a good form line for Sunday’s race.

Bobbies Delight has built up a good record for Seal with five wins and eight placings from 18 starts and from the good draw on Sunday has the chance to notch a sixth victory.

The Seal-Hryhorec combination also have winning prospects with Western Debt in the PFD Food Services Pace (1800m).

Her last run was a fifth to La Machnificent at Globe Derby Park when the filly was near last on the inside but made good ground late.

At her previous run she had come from midfield to win the Jim Williams Memorial (1790m) at Mildura.

Hryhorec will need to weave some magic from gate six on Sunday but Western Debt still looks a good chance.

One of her dangers will be quality three-year-old Bulletproof Boy, trained and driven by Scott Ewen, which will come from gate five.

Bulletproof Boy looked to have recaptured his best form with a win at Strathalbyn on May 7 but incurred a slight injury after that run.

Ewen would not be risking the three-year-old unless he was back to full fitness.

Former New Zealander Ideal World looks well placed to score another win in the Lion Pty Ltd Pace (1800m).

The gelding burst back into the winning list in great style last Monday scoring a 20-metre win at Globe Derby Park rating a quick 1:55.5.

Ideal World might have a battle to secure the early lead as Daddy Long Legs, from gate one, has good speed and driver Wayne Hill will be keen to push through but the Aaron Bain-trained pacer still might have enough pace to cross.

He has also shown he doesn’t have to lead to win.

The Danielle Hill-trained-and-driven Canada Bay will be hoping for plenty of early action as he is capable of winning if the leaders go too quick.

Read form expert Ben Harding’s thoughts on the Globe Derby Park meeting at where he lists selections and comments for all races.