Albury Tips November 6
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Race 2 - 3:55PM THANK YOU GEOFF MILLER BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
Best Value 💰No. 5 SUBURBIA $9.50 Bet Now!
Victorian visitor, SUBURBIA has a solid record at this track and looks in the mix again. First-up off a 17-week break, the O’Reilly gelding settled too far back in a Benalla BM64 over 1206m, leaving himself a lot of work to do on the turn. He finished seventh that day but did make up ground in the run home, finishing less than three lengths from the winner. Second-up today, he is already a two-time winner at the distance and has won second-up before as well. Drawn nicely in gate four, he capable of giving this a real fright at good odds.
Race 5 - 5:50PM DLG ALUMINIUM & GLAZING BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Next Best 🥈No. 5 MR BROWN FOX $9.50 Bet Now!
The Phil Sweeney-trained MR BROWN FOX is third-up today off a lengthy six-month break and should be fit enough now to figure here. He made his return to racing at Adelaide. First-up, he finished third in a BM68 over 1000m at Morphettville after travelling wide most of the way. Then second-up, he remained at the Morphettville track where he found the step up to BM72 company too much, finishing well beaten in the event. He returns here after a four-week let-up and from gate four, with Blaike McDougall aboard for his second ride on the six-year-old, he looks a solid winning chance at better than each-way odds.
Race 7 - 7:05PM MARTINS TRAVEL ALBURY BENCHMARK 58 HANDICAP (1175 METRES)
Best Bet 🏆No. 3 LA SANTE $3.80 Bet Now!
Formerly with Wagga trainer Trevor Sutherland, LA SANTE has found a new home with local trainer Donna Scott and resumes racing here after six months in the paddock. The four-year-old ended his last campaign finishing seventh of nine in the Wagga Guineas over 1600m. That day, he crossed the line more than 15 lengths behind the winner, proving beyond any doubt that wet tracks were off his list. He returned to work last month where he won a barrier trial on this track with Danielle Scott in the saddle. The young apprentice remains aboard here for the gelding’s stable debut and after her claim, the galloper has just 57kgs to carry today. The wide gate could be an issue but with plenty of early speed drawn inside him, he should manage to cross early and find cover. Already a first-up winner, he looks a big chance for victory today.
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