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Corowa Tips for Monday, November 6

Our form expert provides Corowa tips for today’s horse racing at Corowa Racecourse and gives his best bets.



Race 3:  No.5  PERSIAN DANCER  No.5  ($2.95 with BoomBet)

The Wagga-based galloper PERSIAN DANCER sees the Corowa track for the first time today and third-up, looks right in the mix in this company. Last start, the Choisir mare showed a ton of improvement when she beat all but one home in a strong Class 3 Hcp over 1175m at Albury. This is her third start for new trainer, Gary Colvin and she also has a new rider today with Danny Beasley taking the reins for this assignment. She drops sharply in grade here and carries just a half kilo more than last start. The four-year-old won third-up last start and with a trouble-free run today, looks set for a big effort in this easier contest.



Race 4:  No.3  DALY HEADS  ($2.80 with Palmerbet)

The Kym Davison-trained DALY HEADS is in good touch of late and having success here previously, looks a solid winning chance in this contest. Last start, the Headwater gelding bounced back from consecutive unplaced efforts when he clobbered a Class 3 field over 1175m on his home track at Albury. Ridden a treat by Simon Miller, he box-seated to the turn, then soon after, took control and ran away with it, putting almost two lengths on them over the line. He drops sharply in grade here and has a new rider with Teighan Worsnop taking over and she brings a 2kg claim with her as well. The five-year-old steps-up to the mile for the first time here and ridden with patience, he should have no trouble handling the longer trip. He maps to settle just off the pace from gate three and with a clear run to the line, should prove hard to hold out here.



Race 7:  No.2  RUCKMAN  ($3.80 with bet365)

Victorian visitor, RUCKMAN, is unbeaten after two starts and resuming from a nine-month break, looks set to give this a real shake today. The O’lonhro gelding ended his last preparation by going back-to-back when he took out a BM0-64 over 1106m at Benalla on a Firm 2 that day. Leading from barrier to box, he hit the line strongly and did enough to hold off the late challenges and take home first prize that day. He finished second in a recent trial at Albury in preparation for his return to the track today. Danny Beasley is the pilot for this contest and if he can cross settle early from his wide gate, he should prove hard to run down on fresh legs.