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Sandown Tips July 10 - Begg and Kah a winning combination at Sandown

Jackson Oldham in Free Tips 9 Jul 2019
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Midweek racing is at Sandown on Wednesday for an eight-race program on the Hillside track. The rail is out 12m and the track is rated a Soft 6, I’m expecting every horse to get their chance and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the rail chop out later in the day. 

Race 3 - 1:35pm Long Fine Plate (1600m)
The Graheme Begg-trained GLOBAL SANCTION looks the best bet of the day on what is a tricky midweek meeting. She was sound first-up at Pakenham, running a strong second behind Lady Of Crebilly who progressed to placing in Group company in Adelaide. She then won here at Sandown Hillside over 1500m, showing a terrific turn of foot to beat Sonaree and Exasperate by 1.3 lengths, running her last 600m 5.4 lengths above benchmark. I was really impressed with her last start effort at Sandown Lakeside, being the only horse in the race to make any ground behind the likes of Shrouded In Mist and Pria Eclipse and she went straight in the blackbook off that performance. The tempo of the race was against her, as was the pattern of the day and she still ran some terrific closing figures, running ten-lengths above the overall benchmark whilst running seventh-fastest last 600m of the meeting, tenth-fastest last 400m of the meeting and eighth-fastest last 200m of the meeting. My only concern is the lack of speed in the race but G.Begg/J.Kah from barrier five, this horse is a bet at any price over $3.60. 



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Sandown Tips July 10 - Begg and Kah a winning combination at Sandown

Midweek racing is at Sandown on Wednesday for an eight-race program on the Hillside track. The rail is out 12m and the track is rated a Soft 6, I’m expecting every horse to get their chance and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the rail chop out later in the day.

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