Murray Bridge Preview & Best Bets – Saturday December 24 

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Murray Bridge Tips 24/12/2022


Race 7 No. 11 MY RUBY – ($8) 

Track winner MY RUBY should be ready to show her best at her third run back this prep. Wayne Francis & Glen Kent sent her off to the paddock following her win over 1000 metres here back in June. She showed good speed that day to turn inside the leader and take over from the top of the straight. She continued to build all the way to the line and eventually came away from the others. Put a line through her first-up run this prep before showing she was back on track last start. Jake Toeroek can settle handy to some good pressure with My Ruby getting to those leaders as they feel the strain late in the race.



Race 2 No. 2 ONE MORE JACK – ($5.50) 

The Shane & Cassie Oxlade trained ONE MORE JACK has the tactical speed to control this small field early. Ellis Wong will need to be rolling at a genuine tempo rather than trying to be cute in cuddling for cheap splits. This is an area of concern as there are horses in this who possess a superior turn of foot to his. Justin Potter gave him a beautiful run in transit first-up at Morphettville. They were able to fend off the challenge of Manhatten Times for second place with that horse having to commence his run from further out. Ellis needs to keep this in mind to ensure he stokes-up One More Jack early enough to take the sting out of his rivals.



Race 8 No. 1 DOMINUS – ($23)  

Shayne Cahill has taken over the training over former Phillip Stokes horse DOMINUS. He ran out an impressive winner at Gawler when last resuming in South Australia. DOMINUS jumped cleanly to settle on the speed over 1200 metres before taking control of the race on turning. He put three lengths on that Saturday metro field as he ground away from the others. He doesn’t possess a sharp turn of foot; he just builds into his stride which suits the big track of Gifford Hill. Had a crack at the Northern Territory carnival with some success recently before a bleeding attack saw his latest preparation cut short.