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other improver 4. Windbull Similarly, he’s been in and around the money throughout the build, but looks a little under the odds for a tricky barrier; while 3. Second half draw to get an enchanted run and you can end up in one place.

How to play it: classic deel to win

Even and odd: Pull apart

Race 3 – 2:50 p.m.: MAIDEN PLATE (1000m)

Now the first of the short course battles, and a three year old trained by former Waller 2. Best side looms as the one to beat for a cunning new provincial stable. He didn’t live up to anywhere near his initial reputation in the late build of the much stronger gardes, but he tested hard in the provincials, and this looks like a very winnable starting point.

Hazards: Another nice and cool, 11. Power conductors he is a big threat from inside the draw behind a test forward. Getting better 1. Burdekin he has brought home two handy maiden winners in two races back, although he has a task to position himself here from the widest gate.


How to play it: Best side to win and quinella 2 and 11

Even and odd: Pull apart

Race 4 – 3.25pm: MAIDEN HCP (1200m)

Test maiden, and the late market will be a great indicator surrounding the two Cody Morgan-trained running backs. Excited about a four-year-old’s value of light running 13. Royal Confession first since spring. He has had two strong test shots, draws to make a good run with coverage and has booked himself a leading rider in the country.

Hazards: Stablemate mare to the superior selection 1. Jocat he narrowly missed out on the top spot on a long break at Scone after checking speed. He again draws to find a striking position, but has shown that he comes off a peg or two second. Great watch on the improvement of the mare 4. Lake Braies who worked very well at home in the debut from a wide goal; while including 6. Our Boy Ollie at great odds if you’re playing the wider exotics.

How to play it: Royal Confession to win and quinella 1 and 13

Even and odd: Possibilities

Race 5 – 4:05 p.m.: CLASS 2 HCP (1200 m)

I have plenty of time for the three-year progressive Deep Field. 3. Deep snow who finished better to break second place. He’s dodged a couple of heavy tracks lately to save himself for this, and he draws to get a good position just behind speed.

Hazards: Provincial Smart Mare 8. Decadent Tale it was an ultra-impressive restart, coming away to take down useful maiden opposition at a good time. Great watch on the improvement of the filly 1. What a peach who has won two out of four in this preparation and comes down from a harder provincial grade.

Include 2. Daksha who finished strongly in a place just behind Shelby Sixty Six in deepest highway grade two races to the rear; in the meantime 6. Aarkus third from the infield; and four-year-old track house 5. Right within reach losing weight; They are above the odds.

How to play it: deep snow to win

Even and odd: Pull apart

Race 6 – 16:40: TAMWORTH OPEN HCP CUP PRELUDE (1400m)

The main race looks like dominance of the four-year-old progressive home track. 4. Acrophobe who is well positioned to attack third from the distance after a nearly seven-week update. He hits the line impressively in the Quirindi Cup despite covering ground, and always runs better when he can get to the outside of horses from 500m. He kept going through a very quiet ordeal.

Hazards: Consistent three year old 8. Buffet Destroyer he has won his last two, and ties for a soft streak just behind speed. do not underestimate 5. patriot in higher probability. He will be back, but he may come home late on a dry track. stay safe 12. Notice fifth and regressive of the metro company Class 6; while 2. Herzegovinian can improve considerably.

How to play it: acrophobe to win

Even and odd: same

Race 7 – 17:15: BENCHMARK 66 HCP (1000m)

Good competitive sprint to close out the meeting, and some of these will scale greater heights. Despite a wide testing barrier, as a light-running six-year-old 2. I’m a crack who resumes a period of seven months and trains on the track. He has a smart record of top finishers here, and the jockey change is very significant, putting him behind some big speed.

Hazards: talented mare 6. Water dove aggravated when he leads second up, but his tactical speed will be crucial at this smaller track. capable mare 9. Tango Steps is another one that shoots nice and cool, and draws for a sweet wake of speed. stay safe 5. Gifter who fits much better here, in second place on solid ground after a six-week update after dropping out in highway grade in a Heavy 10.

How to play it: I’m a cracker to win

Even and odd: same



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