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Queanbeyan Tips for Sunday, October 29

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

 

BEST BET 🏆

Race 4:  No.7  SOUL LADY  ($2.20 with BoomBet)

The locally-trained SOUL LADY has made a blistering start to her career and first-up today looks likely to continue on her winning way. Last start, the Supido filly ended a two-start campaign by breaking through for maiden win over 1180m at Gundagai. Settling outside the leader, the pair of them went toe-to-toe until the filly gained the upper hand passing the 100m mark and raced away to win by 1.5 lengths on the line. Punters who took the short odds ($1.45) weren’t disappointed. She finished second here on debut (three starts back) and is yet to finish outside the top-two. Fresh off a 10-week break today, Kayla Nisbet remains in control and with a trouble-free run here, she looks the one to beat.

 

NEXT BEST 🥈

Race 7:  No.4  MASTER JOE  ($2.20 with Ladbrokes)

Goulburn galloper MASTER JOE makes his Queanbeyan debut today and third-up here, looks a serious contender for the major prize. Last start, the Unencumbered gelding came off a first-up win in a BM66 (on his home track) when he stepped-up to Open class company and did well to beat all but one home in a 1000m contest at Canberra. Hannah Williams was aboard that day and sticks with the six-year-old here. Ideally drawn in gate two, he maps to be box-seating on settling and in a truly-run race today, he should see daylight on straightening and fitter for two runs back, prove hard to hold out in this contest.

 

BEST VALUE 💰 

Race 6:  N0.1  INVINCIBLE DASH  ($3.70 with BoomBet)

Locally-trained by Nick Olive, INVINCIBLE DASH has shown improvement of late after several unplaced efforts and back on home soil today, he has genuine claims for victory here. Last start, the I Am Invincible gelding came off an unplaced run against city class company at Canterbury when he lined-up in the Cootamundra Cup and finished strongly to beat all but home, beaten less than half a length. Since then, he has trialled on the Canberra track with Quayde Krogh aboard and finished off that hit-out by putting 3.5 lengths on them over the 900 metres. Krogh has his first (race) ride on the galloper today and ideally drawn in gate two, maps top settle better than mid-field with cover. If he can secure clean air early upon straightening, he should prove hard to hold out in this year’s Cup.