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Narrandera Tips 16/07/2023

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



Race 5:  No.2  JUST GO BANG  ($2.05 with Ladbrokes)

Another from the Nick Olive stable is JUST GO BANG who resumes today after 12 months off the scene but recent trial efforts and a gear change suggest he is a major contender for this contest. Last start, the Sizzling gelding finished off his first preparation with a win here in a BM58 Hcp over 1400m. Carrying 62kgs that day, he finished best to claim the major prize as a serious drifter in the market ($3.50 – $7.50). He has trialled twice since resuming work and placed on both occasions with Billy Owen on board both times. Owen has the reins here as well as the three-year-old gets the gun-run from gate one. Already a winner when first-up and a winner at the track, we won’t be seeing any $7.50 here but he looks the best of the day.



Race 4:  No.4  HOWLING VICTORY  ($7.60 with BoomBet)

The Nick Olive-trained HOWLING VICTORY is third-up today and back on a dry track, looks right in the mix for victory here. Last start, the Winning Rupert filly jumped from gate 12 (of 13) and steeping up to the 1400m when second-up, finished down the track, beaten more than four lengths in a BM58 Hcp at Corowa. She was on a Soft 7 that day and after four starts on rain affected tracks, her record reads no better, still without a podium finish on wet tracks. Today, the skies are clear and we’re on a Good 4 which is her (proven) preferred surface to race on as she makes her track debut. Quayde Krogh is in charge today and ideally drawn in gate three, we should see a different galloper run around, at odds today.



Race 7:  No.2  INVINCIBLE DASH  ($10 with bet365)

Can Nick Olive claim a treble here as he saddles-up INVINCIBLE DASH who is yet to miss a podium finish in three starts this time in and looks poised for another bold showing today at odds. Last start, the I Am Invincible gelding came across some smart competition at Hawkesbury but still managed to grab third prize in a BM64 Hcp over the mile. Today, he returns to the country scene and is on top of the ground again which after four (of his seven) career-wins is his preferred surface. Louise Day has her first ride on the six-year-old today and with a trouble-free run, he can give this a real shake at (currently) each-way odds.