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Toowoomba Tips November 24 – Expert racing tips for Saturday races

Steve Bennett in Free Tips 19 Nov 2018
  • 3 Best bets for Toowoomba races each week.
  • Previous results included.

Looking for tips on Saturday's racing from Toowoomba races each week? 

Our form analysts give you the expert previews for a profitable day of punting at Toowoomba Racecourse,home to Australia’s only regular twilight racing with thoroughbred action taking place every Saturday night as well as some feature meetings during the day.

In 2009, the turf club added an artificial surface to compliment the traditional grass track.

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Toowoomba Tips - November 24

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Previous Toowoomba Tips:

November 17

Race 1 - 4:59PM Homestyle Bake Class 2 Handicap (1300 METRES)
Jumping to class 2 company from a last start maiden win shouldn’t pose too much of an issue for ROSENDAHL RED if she turns up in a similar frame of mind from her last start. After finishing second to Mishani Roman in a 1300m maiden two starts back, the Red Dazzler filly gave nothing else a chance next start where she blew her rivals away, putting almost six lengths on the field. Despite the sharp jump in grade, I feel she is up to this and if she can overcome the wide draw and find a forward spot with cover, she may prove hard to hold out.
Result (scratched)

Race 2 - 5:35PM Richo's Boxing Gym BM75 Handicap (1300 METRES)
Back on home soil, MR CHOW gets his chance to bounce back to the winner’s circle. Prior to a six-week let-up, the Commands gelding was in top form with five straight top three finishes (including two wins) before showing a clear disliking to the Sunshine Coast track where he was caught wide and never recovered, finishing five lengths from the winner. Resuming from the let-up, the Ben Currie-trained five-year-old wasn’t disgraced finishing fourth, beaten less than two lengths behind Rich Affair at the Gold Coast over 1400m. His stats here are outstanding missing a top two finish just once from five starts at the track and trip. Expect a big improvement here.
Result (1st - $6)

Race 4 - 6:50PM Southern Cross Bricklaying BM62 Handicap (2030 METRES)
Overdue for a win, the Tony Gollan-trained OAKFIELD MONARCH delivered, big time, last start where the six-year-old put more than four lengths on his rivals in a BM60 over 2200m at the Gold Coast. Her first time in the saddle, Skye Bogenhuber rode him a real treat, taking over on the turn and left the opposition to fight over the minors. He did tend to hang out in the run home but with a super turn of foot, he still ran away with the event, hitting the line full of running. This looks no harder and he must be considered a strong chance on his last effort.
Result (1st - $4.60)

November 10

Race 1 - 5:25PM ITHINK PROPERTY BenchMark 65 Handicap (1110 METRES)
In great touch since resuming from a five-month break, MISHANI RAINMAN looks perfectly placed in this grade and should take some beating. Locally-trained by Ben Currie, the Real Saga gelding looked good first-up when finishing second behind Conquering Lass in a class three here over 1200m. Then last start, went one better in BM60 company where the four-year-old proved too strong in the run home for Just Favulous as they put four lengths on the rest of the field. All three career wins have been on his home track and looks the goods again here.

Race 3 - 6:25PM CREATE WITH COTTEE Class 2 Handicap (1640 METRES)
Another from the Ben Currie stables, BEQUEATHED is a lightly-raced four-year-old having her 12th race start here. The Lonhro mare is third-up here and has returned in great touch. A winner first-up this preparation as an odds-on favourite in class 1 company, she finished just behind the placegetters at the Sunshine Coast last start. Third-up here, she looks better placed over the mile and should be at her peak for this. Nozi Tomizawa returns to the saddle where he is one from one after steering her to that first-up victory here. Drawn the fence, she looks to get a box-seat run and should be storming home where it matters.
Result (Won - $1.65)

The locally-trained TEEROYS TRIBUTE is in top form of late winning two of his past three and can keep that effort going here. Ending his past preparation, he beat home his half-brother Si Si Sequalo in a BM70 over the 870m sprint on this track before ending his campaign finishing a close-up second to Isis Magic in a stronger BM75 race over 1000m again on this track. Then first-up after four months in the paddock he finished best on fresh legs in another BM75 at Gatton over the 860m trip. Kenji Yoshida has been aboard for nine of the gelding’s 16 starts and won six of them, with two minor placings in there as well. If he can jump with them here and find cover around mid-field, he will be finishing like a train. 
Result (3rd)

November 3

Race 1 - 5:00PM PB AGRIFOOD Class 1 Plate (1625 METRES) 
Down in class here, the Kris Lees-trained PETAIN is much better suited and looks a genuine threat. Second-up after eight months in the paddock, the Commands gelding smashed his maiden rivals at Coffs Harbour, winning by more than two lengths with 59kgs on his back. Last start, he stepped up to class 2 company where he was all at sea, finishing mid-field at Wyong in wet conditions. Back to class 1 grade here, he makes the jump to the mile but from gate one he will enjoy a soft run on the fence most of the way. Three runs in this preparation, he should be at his peak now and looks well placed in this company.
Result (Won - $2.15)

Boasting a solid home-track record, the Michael Nolan-trained AMELIA JANE looks winning material here. Resuming, she finished fourth at the Gold Coast over the 900m sprint in BM65 company. Last start, she took on class 2 company in the shorter 850m sprint but fitter, she grabbed third prize beaten less than a length on this track. Third-up here and even fitter, she drops in class and should prove hard to toss over the longer trip. 

Race 5 - 7:30PM OAKEY TYRERIGHT BenchMark 70 Handicap (1625 METRES)
Local trainer Tony Sears has RED PRINCE firing this time in and the Red Dazzler stallion looks ideally placed to keep his outstanding track and trip record intact. Resuming this preparation, he finished solidly to grab second place at Dalby on a wet track. Then second-up here in heavy conditions, he tried to lead all the way over the mile journey and beat all but Shuda Known Better home in a class 6. He drops back sharply in grade here with Sears using apprentice Carly Frater-Hill where after her claim, the five-year-old will carry 58kgs and put him right in this. Track and trip, he’s yet to miss a quinella finish and he looks primed to maintain those stats here.
Result (2nd)

October 20

Race 1 - 4:38PM MITTYS BenchMark 70 Handicap (1625 METRES)
Yet to run on her home track, SOLAR LADY hasn’t missed a top two finish in her past five starts and I see no reason why that trend can’t continue here. After two runner-up prizes on the trot, she broke the drought at Dalby two starts back where she beat home a BM58 field by more than two lengths. Then last start, she led right to the wire at Gatton and beat all but Alfie Junior home in a BM60 over 2000m. She is coming off a four-week let-up (due mainly to abandoned meetings) which should have her primed to strike again. 
Result (unplaced)

Race 3 - 5:48PM BRISBANE RIVERVIEW HOTEL BenchMark 60 Handicap (1200 METRES)
Having just his third start in six months, the well-rested MISHANI RAINMAN has good enough fresh-form to suggest he will be right in the mix here. Two starts back, he finished second at Gatton in a BM65 over 1100m, then last-up (after a five-month break), he was second behind Conquering Lass in class 3 company here over 1200m. Still on fresh legs and with the blinkers back on, he drops in grade here and being a two-time winner here looks the one most likely to get the chocolates.
Result (1st - $3.50)

Race 5 - 7:00PM WHOLESALE HORSEWEAR HOUSE Class 4 Handicap (1100 METRES)
If she gets her own way up front, the locally-trained SHE’S RIGHT could easily make it two in a row here. This speedy Jet Spur mare hasn’t raced for over 18 months but in the hands of trainer Michael Nolan, she will be fit and ready for this challenge. She won her last race start, leading all the way on this track in class 3 company. She returns to the track here stepping up to class 4 grade but left alone to dictate the race, she is more than capable of ‘stealing’ this one.
Result (unplaced)



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Toowoomba Tips November 24 – Expert racing tips for Saturday races

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