Albury Tips July 13
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Race 2 - 1:05PM NAUGHTIN DEVELOPMENT GROUP F&M BENCHMARK 58 HANDICAP (1175 METRES)
Best Bet 🏆No. 2 SUNRISE RUBY $3.30 Bet Now!
Mitchell Beer saddles-up SUNRISE RUBY here (best odds $3.30 with Ladbrokes) who is shooting for back-to-back victories today. Last start, the Casino Prince filly was fresh off a lengthy 10-month absence when she faced a BM58, here over 1175m. On a Heavy 9 that day, she settled last of the nine runners but finished strongly to grab victory in the dying stages. She ran her last 600m, a length quicker than benchmark, the second-best here and posted the fastest overall sectionals for the event. She has extra weight here as she meets similar company over the same trip. Unbeaten at the track and distance and unbeaten on heavy tracks, she ticks enough boxes here to be our best of the day.
Race 6 - 3:35PM ACE RADIO 2AY CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Next Best 🥈No. 5 AUTOBAHN $3.50 Bet Now!
Queanbeyan visitor AUTOBAHN (best odds $3.50 with Unibet) has been in great touch this time in and is another who is looking to make it two-straight today. Last start, the Charm Spirit filly gave her maiden rivals a belting as she put two lengths on them over 1010m at Moruya on a Heavy 8 that day. Nicely drawn again in gate five, she maps to settle in the first half-dozen near the fence and should get the gun-run from there. Blaike McDougall hops aboard for the first time today and while in his experienced hands, the three-year-old will be given every chance. Fitter for three runs back, she sees the Albury track for the first time but should still prove to be the testing material here.
Race 7 - 4:10PM BAXTERS CONCRETE BENCHMARK 58 HANDICAP (1500 METRES)
Next Best 🥈No. 4 SUBMISSION $4.40 Bet Now!
Victorian galloper SUBMISSION (best odds $4.40 with Palmerbet) caught many off guard last start with a surprise win but a repeat of that here will be no surprise today. Coming off a four-week let-up, the Arena gelding had to deal with a Heavy 10 at Echuca in BM0-58 company over 1412m. Settling mid-field, he took over halfway home and fought off the challenges to take home first prize in a tight finish. He ran the trip 7.3 lengths slower than benchmark which still rates second-best here. This is another first-time ride for Blaike McDougall who will no doubt take advantage of the good gate (3) and settle the four-year-old just behind the pace. Today, he gets his chance to record his first win at the track and is in good hands to achieve that goal today.
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