Timeform US SmartPlays: Tuesday September 30

Timeform's US team pick out the best bets on Tuesday
Timeform's US team pick out the best bets on Tuesday

Timeform's US team pick out the best bets in North America on Tuesday.

"Stereo is a lightly-raced type and seems to have found his niche since switching to the turf..."

The first of today's selections comes in race 6 at Zia Park (21:35 BST), a five-and-a-half furlong allowance event for two-year-olds. A Wild Notion has made both her starts at Prairie Meadows to date, winning her maiden before finishing second in a fast-time stakes race behind the promising Strawberry Baby. This opposition is much less taxing and this looks a good bit of placing by her connections.

Race 8 at Fort Erie is a fascinating two-mile dirt contest on the dirt at Fort Erie (22:28 BST). Very few of the eight-runner line-up are guaranteed to stay the trip, but one who has winning form at this distance is Keniko. He has to bounce back from a poor run last time, where he finished a very distant second. That was over two furlongs further than today, though, and this drop back to two miles should be in his favour.

Stereo is a lightly-raced type and seems to have found his niche since switching to the turf, recording a win and a third-place finish on his last two starts. He can come out on top in the opener at Mountaineer (00:00 BST), a seven-furlong allowance contest on the turf. There seems to be a good deal of pace on in this event, which should suit Stereo' stalking style, and he can pounce late to get the better of main dangers Lion's Code and Mountain Storm.

Timeform US SmartPlays

Zia Park race 6 (21:35 BST) win back #6 A WILD NOTION at 3.412/5 or longer
Fort Erie race 8 (22:28 BST) win back #4 KENIKO at 2.77/4 or longer
Mountaineer race 1 (00:00 BST) win back #4 STEREO at 5.04/1 or longer

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