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Racing Bet of the Day November 1 - kick off the new month with a winner at Geelong

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 31 Oct 2018
  • Fitness and turn of foot a big advantage in this field.
  • Suggested stake: 2 units
  • Confidence rating: 92%

A Darren Weir-trained runner looks hard to beat in Race 4, the Connect Tel Class 1 Handicap (1400m) at Geelong on Thursday.

Mr Quickie was a good thing beaten last start at Horsham over 1400m where he was held up severely in the straight and lost all momentum before getting clear and still being able to match motors with those that had build a full head of steam. 

His closing sectionals are superior to his rivals in Thursday’s event, and with a fitness advantage over most, and a small field unlikely to pose any problems, he should be winning. 

The son of Shamus Award maps to sit at the rear in the field of five, which should see him three pairs back on the rail.

Pritchett is likely to balance up on his outside and also has fitness on his side, so I can see him taking off early and trying to use that fitness to advantage – it’s his only chance. 

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That should give Mr Quickie a nice cart into the race, and with his superior turn of foot, he can finish over the top of them. 

Supre had every chance to score first-up at Pakenham but was a bit one paced, and although he’s a second-up winner last campaign, he contested a fairly moderate maiden at Murray Bridge. 

The horse he beat second-up last prep, Tenossuh, is yet to win in 12 starts, and in fact, that 2nd placing was his only placing to date. 

Archie Alexander’s Nations finished six lengths from Sir Kalahad when first-up over 1200m at Cranbourne, and he’s the likely improver and poses a threat to Mr Quickie.

However, his late speed is the advantage, and if Dean Yendall can produce him at the right time, he’s the one to beat. 

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Racing Bet of the Day November 1 - kick off the new month with a winner at Geelong

A Darren Weir-trained runner looks hard to beat in Race 4, the Connect Tel Class 1 Handicap (1400m) at Geelong on Thursday.

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