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Doomben Tips November 23 - Expert tips and Saturday best bets

Steve Bennett in Free Tips 18 Nov 2019
  • 3 to 4 best bets for Doomben each week.
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Doomben Tips - November 23

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Previous Tips:

November 9

Race 2 - 11:43AM MEMBERSHIPS @ BRC RATINGS BAND 0 - 68 Handicap (1110 METRES)
Knocking on the door at her past two starts, CAILINI gets her chance to bounce back here. The Tony Gollan-trained mare had no luck at the Sunshine Coast two starts back where she was held up at a vital point but still managed to grab third prize that day in Class 2 company. Then last start, she took on a Class 3 field and looked the winner after taking the lead close to home, but was run down on the line by Shalwa to finish second, beaten a head. She carries the same weight here and from a middle gate, should find a forward sit and be there at the finish.
Result (unplaced)

Race 6 - 2:23PM SOUTHS SPORTS CLUB No Metro Wins Handicap (1050 METRES)
Stuart Kendrick’s four-year-old RABBIT HUNTER comes in nicely at the weights here. The son of Star Witness was a winner two starts back at the Sunshine Coast in a BM65 over the 1000m sprint. Then last start, he stepped up to Class 4 company and beat all but Love Squirrels home, chasing him all the way to the line. He drops 5kgs here from that run and although drawn a little wide, will probably settle back in the field anyway and leave his best for last. Robbie Fradd has his first ride on the gelding and he will have him firing at the right time.
Result (2nd - $1.80 to Place)

Race 8 - 3:48PM WWW.BRC.COM.AU BENCHMARK 80 Handicap (1600 METRES)
Last start winner HANOVER SQUARE lines up here looking a little over the odds in this company. After finishing s disappointing fourth two starts back in a small field at Rockhampton, the Manhattan Rain gelding bounced back last start to crush a BM80 field at Eagle Farm, putting 2.5 lengths on the field over the 1400m trip. The six-year-old carries 2.5kgs more here but has drawn the fence and a major gear change sees him sporting a tongue tie for the first time. Currently at double-figure odds, he looks exceptional each-way value here.
Result (3rd - $3.60 to Place)

September 28

Stuart Kendrick’s three-year-old ERIC THE EEL is first-up here but looks right in the mix in this company. He finished off his last campaign finishing fourth in The Phoenix (a Listed race), then was impressive when finishing fifth in the Group One JJ Atkins Plate behind Prince Fawaz, beaten less than three lengths. He comes back a three-year-old and finished second in both trials in preparation for his return here. Drawn well in gate six and has QLD Apprentice of the Year (Baylee Nothdurft) aboard for the first time. The 1350m looks ideal for a first-up assignment and he should be finishing hard in the run home. 
Result: 3rd

Race 4 - 1:48PM SOUTHS SPORTS CLUB QTIS Three-Years-Old Colts and Geldings Handicap (1200 METRES)
Listed as a (QLD) Horse To Follow (Sep 14), THE ODYSSEY is second-up here and will be hard to hold out. His first-up fourth behind Gem Of Scotland was full of praise considering he hadn’t raced for six months. Still a winning chance at the 100m mark, his condition gave way in the closing stages. Already a second-up winner, he will be fitter for that run and is a three-time winner at the Doomben track. James Orman returns to the saddle where he has partnered the Better Than Ready gelding to three of his four career victories. Only the wide draw to deal with, if he can cross and land near the pace early, he will prove hard to beat home.
Result: Unplaced

Race 7 - 3:37PM MEMBERSHIPS @ BRC Class 6 Plate (1110 METRES)
Several reasons steer me away from the short-priced favourite Jonker here and I can see CAPITAL CONNECTION giving this a real shake. The Tony Gollan-trained gelding hasn’t been too far away at his two starts since resuming from a four-month spell. First-up he finished fifth, beaten less than three lengths in a BM85 at Eagle Farm, then looked much fitter when finishing fourth, just a length behind the smart Meet Mr Taylor here over the 1050m trip. Yet to miss a top-two finish from three third-up runs, he only has to overcome his wide gate here to be a real threat to this field. 
Result: Won ($13.00)


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