Warren Preview & Best Bets – 12/11/2023

Warren Preview & Best Bets – 12/11/2023


Warren Tips for Sunday, November 12

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



Race 6:  No.6  TITLED TYCOON  ($3.50 with Ladbrokes)

Rod Northam saddles-up the ever-consistent TITLED TYCOON here who is in top-shelf form at the moment and looks set to go on with it today. Last start, the Written Tycoon gelding clobbered his rivals in a Class 3 contest over the mile at Coonabarabran. With Chelsea Hillier having her seventh ride on him, he took over on straightening and across the lone, put more than two lengths on them. He has secured seven top-three finishes from his past eight races now and while this is a little harder, he does drop 5.5kgs for the event. Nicely drawn in gate five, Hillier sticks with him and with a trouble-free run here, he looks a genuine winning chance today.



Race 4:  No.6  ALL I HAVE  ($4 with Bet Right)

The Brett Robb-trained ALL I HAVE makes his Warren debut today and if he can overcome his wide draw, he will be a force in this contest. Last start, the Stratum Star gelding made it two wins from his past three starts when he took out a Class 1/Maiden Plate over the mile on his home track at Dubbo. He did it tough that day, having the job of taking the field up to a tearaway leader and showed plenty of strength and fitness to eventually run down that leader and take home first prize. Clay Gallagher was aboard for that win and pilot’s the five-year-old again for this assignment. He is out in the boondocks today, jumping from gate 13, but with his early gate speed, he maps to settle better than mid-field. Provided he doesn’t burn too much fuel early, he can give this event a real shake today.



Race 5:  No.2  MORGENSTERN  ($11 with Palmerbet)

Robb and Gallagher team-up here again with MORGENSTERN who is second-up today and looks a real chance at inflated odds for this contest. Last start, the More Than Ready gelding was fresh off a lengthy 23-week break when he finished mid-field in Open company over 1100m at Coonabarabran with Clay Gallagher in the saddle. The extra trip here will suit him much better today and his only visit here was a victory (in the same race last year). Gallagher boasts a strong record with this six-year-old, scoring on three occasions and taking home second prize twice from seven starts with him. Already a winner when second-up and a three-time winner at the trip, he looks a serious each-way ticket in this event.