Wakan Tanka (yellow and maroon colours) did not have the clearest of runs behind subsequent WA Sires' Produce Stakes winner Lordhelpmerun in March
Wakan Tanka debuted in Western Australia's first two-year-old race of last season and, according to Punting Form's exclusive neural prices, the new three-year-old has a favourite's chance of breaking through in his seventh start when he contests the Fifth Leg Maiden over 1,200 metres at Belmont Park on Wednesday.
Punting Form's neural prices rank Neville Parnham-trained Wakan Tanka just ahead of Simon Miller-trained Free Mover - the gallopers crossed the line next to each other in a recent trial. Last term, Wakan Tanka finished two and a half lengths off Chix Pic over 1,000m before being blocked for a run and ending up five lengths adrift of Lordhelpmerun over 1,200m. Wakan Tanka will be second up on Wednesday following his first-up second over 1,000m at Pinjarra Park in which he beat all bar Mankind, the half brother of Respondent and State Solicitor.
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