Mount Gambier Preview & Best Bets – September 11

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


Mount Gambier Tips 11/09/2022   


Race 6 No. 5 KEYSOR – ($5)

Should think KEYSOR will enjoy racing in Mount Gambier. The track often plays well for horses who can build momentum off the dog leg by the furlong. Lachlan Overall rejoins him in the saddle following their sweeping win on a heavy track at Gawler. Kristi Evans then tried her hand in town where he wasn’t beaten far from Short Stories over a mile. Keysor loves this sort of distance and revels in the heavy conditions. They should be getting off the fence by the middle of the program with Overall looking maneuver into the clear to have a crack at them as they straighten again. 



Race 7 No. 5 ATOMIC GOLD – ($1.85)

Daniel Bowman sent ATOMIC GOLD around over 1400 metres when racing first-up at Coleraine. He jumped beautifully to find the front early before coming back under the rider in Melissa Julius. The pair hunted the fence while following the speed for a good effort finishing less than a length off Battlecruiser who swept around the field to score. Bounded at the start second-up with Blake McDougall just allowing Atomic Gold to follow around at the tail of the field. He cuddled his mount into the straight and that pair had them covered from a long way out. They’ve exploded away to run out the six-furlongs with the step-up in trip looking ideal.



Race 8 No. 12 ARASSEM – ($81)

Here we go again with ARASSEM as Sue Murphy sends her maiden galloper around in a heat of the Jericho. This sort of trip may just be what he’s looking for to find some winning form. We backed him two back at Murray Bridge as he walked out of the gates and found the 2000 metre field a little too sharp early. Arassem stormed home late to no avail as the winner had stolen a march. We should get a price following his latest attempt over 2350 metres in Warrnambool. Away fairly, Arassem again found the others too sharp early. Jacob Opperman made the early race move to go forward with the lack of early speed with Arassem only one-paced from there.