Boss Three Fifty All The Rage For Maiden Final

FAVOURITE punters will be eyeing a winning start to Wednesday night’s Wentworth Park program when the Jodie Lord-trained Boss Three Fifty steps out in the opener from box one.

Adam Dobbin

3 October 2018

FAVOURITE punters will be eyeing a winning start to Wednesday night’s Wentworth Park program when the Jodie Lord-trained Boss Three Fifty steps out in the opener from box one.

Tackling the $5,000 to-the-winner Ladbrokes Maiden Final (520m) after scraping through last week’s heats with a luckless fourth behind all-the-way heat winner Swift Viper in 30.60, the son of My Bro Fabio and Cawbourne Rev has been installed a warm favourite for Wednesday night’s decider where he looks to get all the favours early with the aid of the rails alley.

Showing plenty of promise in trials leading into last week’s debut performance, Boss Three Fifty heads betting for Wednesday night’s finale ahead of the Kayla-jane Coleman-trained Ouzo, the son of Barcia Bale and Cocktail Party a certainty beaten at his debut performance when runner-up behind Chickiano for Christine Proctor in 30.58.

And whilst the March 2017 whelp needs to negotiate trap five to claim Wednesday night’s finale, the beautifully bred chaser has been quoted a $3.80 chance in early markets ahead of speedy heat winner Swift Viper ($6.50), with Cawbourne Madox, a kennel-mate to the odds-on favourite, next at $7.00.

On a terrific night of racing action out of Wentworth Park on Wednesday, one of the real highlights of the program is in race three, where powerhouse galloper Lochinvar Hugo lines up over the 720 metres from box one, taking on John Finn’s classy chaser Veloce Nero, in what looms as an epic two-dog affair.

Lochinvar Hugo – beaten at tomato sauce odds last week at Maitland over the 565m where he holds the track record – boasts a personal best time over the Wenty longs of 42.23, a shade slower than Veloce Nero’s best performance at the Glebe circuit, having recorded a glowing 42.22.

And fresh off a dazzling 35.52 Richmond romp over the 618m on September 21, the daughter of Fernando Bale and Chica Destacada looks primed to run another huge race at headquarters on Wednesday, continuing the outstanding run of success from the litter, which has now won 53 races and almost $300,000 in stakes.

It promises to be a ripping race on a great card of racing!
 

 

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