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Toowoomba Tips July 27 – Expert racing tips for Saturday races

Steve Bennett in Free Tips 22 Jul 2019
  • 3 to 4 best bets each meeting.
  • Previous results included.

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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 - July 27

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July 20

Race 1 - 4:55PM ROCK TRADE INDUSTRIES BenchMark 75 Handicap (1200 METRES)
Locally-trained by Lindsay Hatch, BELLA OCCHI has her supporters tearing their hair out with her up and down performances lately. This time in, she has won three of her seven starts, but failed dismally in three of her other four runs. Two starts back, she came off finishing second last at Doomben and turned it all around on this track, winning a BM70 over 1110m. Last start, she failed again, with all conditions clearly against her. The High Chaparral mare stepped up to BM80 grade for the first time, and found the 1200m on a heavy 10 all too much. She is better than that and back on top of the ground and down in grade here, she is back in contention.
Result (unplaced)

Race 3 - 6:15PM ENTERPRISE LEGAL Ratings Band 0 - 58 Handicap (1850 METRES)
Local trainer Michael Nolan will be pleased to see his three-year-old LOTZA back on top of the ground in this. He won his maiden here four starts back on a dry track then hit a wet track next start and finished down the track. Two starts back, he finished a close-up second in a BM62 over the mile on a good 4. Last start, Nolan took him back to the city and the wet Doomben track was his nemesis again, finishing in the back half of the field. Down in grade here and back on a dry track, he shapes up as a real danger in this.
Result (3rd - $1.70 to Place)

Race 5 - 7:30PM NEIL MANSELL TRANSPORT Class 3 Plate (1000 METRES)
The small field here will suit ALLORAINE as the Tony Sears-trained filly shoots for back-to-back victories. Just seven career starts to her name, the three-year-old broke through for her first win four starts back, caning a maiden field at Ipswich where she put 4.5 lengths on them that day. She then took on a Class 2 field which proved to be a little too rich for her, finishing unplaced. Last start however, she lined-up here for her second look at the Clifford Park circuit and in a BM58 recorded another four-length win over 1050m, carrying 57kgs with Adin Thompson on board. Thompson sticks with her here, and after his claim, the Falvelon filly will carry just 53kgs here. Up in class, but down a lot in weight, she looks a real chance.
Result (4th)

July 6

Race 1 - 5:20PM LASER CLINICS AUSTRALIA BenchMark 60 Handicap (1210 METRES)
The locally-trained RED WEDDING can go back-to-back here. Resuming from a 32-week break, he showed a real turn of foot when finishing third (beaten less than a length) behind Flame Of Liberty in a Class 1 over 1100m at Gatton. He improved on that run three weeks later, winning a Class 1 over 1300m on this track, leading all the way. This looks no harder and if he can overcome gate nine, he should prove hard to run down again.
Result (scratched)

Race 2 - 5:57PM BRISBANE RIVERVIEW HOTEL Class 4 Handicap (1110 METRES)
Finishing in the top two at her past four starts, CLOCKWISE could bring up her third win at the Clifford Park track. Two starts back, she was impressive in winning a Class 3 here over 1200m, then was far from disgraced when finishing second behind Dazzling Red when stepping up to Class 5 company last week. She drops back to Class 4 grade here and looks well placed, despite drawing a little wide. Jockey, Nathan Evans has had success aboard the Smart Missile filly, with a win and two runner up prizes from three rides. In winning form at the moment, she looks the benchmark here.
Result (3rd - $1.30 to Place)

Race 4 - 7:10PM HYGAIN Ratings Band 0 - 58 Handicap (2175 METRES)
Another Clifford Park local, WESTBROOK WARRIOR looks set to break the run of outs here and bring up his third career victory. Trainer Tom Dougall, has been gradually stepping the Husson gelding up in distance and going on his past two runs, he may find this event more suitable. After finishing second, a nose behind Beach Drum over 1625m here two starts back, he then stepped up to 1800m last start, where he came from well back to grab third prize behind Li’l Rodge in a BM65 here two weeks ago. Down in grade here, he will find this easier and should appreciate the extra trip as well.
Result (3rd - $2.10 to Place)

June 22

Race 2 - 5:17PM ACTSCARE HOUSING BenchMark 70 Handicap (1200 METRES)
Unbeaten at the track and trip, OKANAGAN MISS comes in nicely at the weights here and could take some beating. Two starts back, the four-year-old mare was a big winner here against similar company where she put more than three lengths on her BM70 rivals. Last start, she got too far back and although finishing hard, gave them too much start and finished fourth, beaten two lengths. She steps up to the 1200m here which looks ideal. Two from two here over 1200m to date, there’s no reason why she can’t do it again.
Result (Unplaced)

Race 3 - 5:50PM ACCESS INSULATION Class 3 Plate (1000 METRES)
Locally-trained by Mark Currie, the promising MOLLY’S ROCKING will prove hard to beat going by her last start effort. First-up off a 44-week spell, the Easy Rocking mare showed a clean set of fresh legs, winning a Class 2 over 1000m by more than two lengths with Emma Ljung in the saddle. Ljung retains the ride here and will need a touch of luck from the wide gate. If she can cross and settle near the pace, she has enough closing speed to win this one.
Result (Unplaced)

Race 6 - 7:42PM HAPPY 21ST DRAMA QUEEN BenchMark 65 Handicap (1850 METRES)
The Lindsay Hatch-trained DINISTY carries the number one saddlecloth here but looks better than these. The Onemorenomore mare won here three starts back in BM70 company over the mile that day. Last start she rattled home at Kilcoy in a harder Class 4 where she beat home all but Mr Tickets in the 1500m event. This is a lot easier and has drawn the fence here which should see her do very little work early. All four of her career wins have been on the Clifford Park track and she looks the benchmark here.
Result (4th)

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