Murray Bridge Preview & Best Bets – Wednesday, February 1

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Murray Bridge Tips 01/02/2023


Race 5 No. 6 NOTTARIS – ($5.50)

Kristi Evans had NOTTARIS working a treat as he prepared for his race-day return. Stacey Metcalfe allowed him to cruise in front early before keeping his mind on the job mid-trial. Nottaris responded by putting a gap back to the rest in only a short distance. Lachie Niendorf always had a good hold on Nottaris during a recent trial at Strathalbyn. The pair went to the line together with subsequent city winner Tanaawol in an encouraging run behind Gogolf Guru. Nottaris wasn’t the best away with the market allowing him to get out when resuming at Gawler. The punters got their cash with the hotpot East Indiaman scoring. Nottaris ran into third out wide while laying-in, with another subsequent city winner Versetto back to his inside. Nottaris looks like a genuine Gifford Hill horse with Stable rider and natural left hander Stacey Metcalfe getting back aboard.



Race 2 No. 13 ROSE RING – ($4.20)

There seems to be a lot of speed and pressure in the 900 metre maiden to suit the debutante ROSE RING. Morphettville trainer Chris Bieg has given his strong filly a series of jumpouts leading into this. She has improved throughout while showing above average ability. Rose Ring hasn’t been the best to begin which may offset the wide barrier she has drawn for race day. Stable apprentice Felicity Atkinson has been doing the riding with senior jock Barend Vorster assuming control here. Should expect he’ll attempt to find cover early before bringing Rose Ring with one run up the middle.



Race 7 No. 17 TIAMAT – ($126)  

Rochelle Milnes brought up her first-ever race winner when guiding TIAMAT home at Port Lincoln as the $1.45 favourite. The win came off the back of a couple of handy run-on performances behind Jilladora and No Entitlement at Strathalbyn. Tiamat began well for Milnes at Port Lincoln before coming back under her as the pace went on. Tiamat peeled as the widest into the straight and overpowered their rivals despite wanting to hang badly. Since finished within a length of Wednesday’s early race favourite Rubble. Tiamat should’ve finished closer to the winner that day while now receiving a 2kg weight swing from Rubble. Milnes comes in off a recent five-peat at Ceduna and can land her first provincial winner here aboard Tiamat.