Bathurst Tips October 15
Bathurst Tips Friday October 15
Looking for Bathurst horse racing tips today? Our NSW form expert previews each meeting from Bathurst Racecourse and gives his best bets.
Here are our Bathurst Horse Racing Tips for today:
Race 2 - 1:39PM CENTRAL WEST ELECTRICAL CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1108 METRES)
The Hawkesbury-based galloper ZANSHIN (best odds $5.50 with Sportsbet) makes the long trip to Bathurst today but looks ideally placed to make it worthwhile. Last start, the Dawn approach mare came off a disappointing run at Kembla Grange and turned it all around when she beat all but one home in a Class 2 over 1000m on a Heavy 8 at Orange. No benchmarking stats are available for that run but she did record the fastest final 800m and 200m sectionals for the event. She gets all the favours here from gate one where she maps to box-seat behind the early speed which has all drawn out in this contest. Now four starts into this preparation, she should be rock-hard fit for this and will take beating today.
Race 4 - 2:49PM ERIN'S QUALITY OUTDOOR POWER CENTRE CLASS 2 HANDICAP (1408 METRES)
Warwick Farm visitor SHADDY (best odds $2.20 with Sportsbet) makes his track debut today and with dual acceptor (Ang Pow) now starting in Race 5, he looks well placed to take this one out today. Last start, the Hallowed Crown gelding was second-up when he finished best out wide to beat home a Class 1 field on a Heavy 8 at Orange. He posted the fastest final 800m-200m sectionals for that race while lumping 61kgs in the mud. Up in grade (and distance) today, he draws well in gate three and does no work early as he is expected to drop back on settling. Mathew Cahill is legged aboard for the first time and with a clear run home, the four-year-old should prove hard to hold out.
Race 5 - 3:24PM BATHURST GLASS & WINDOWS CLASS 3 HANDICAP (1208 METRES)
Unbeaten in two starts to date, the William Freedman-trained ANG POW (best odds $1.75 with bet365) ticks enough boxes here to go around as our Best Bet 🏆 of the day. Last start, the well-bred Flying Artie gelding progressed from his big Maiden win at Tamworth and lined-up in a BM58, here over 1200m. It turned out to be a case of déjà vu as the end result was the same, this time putting 2.5 lengths on the 13-strong field. He ran his last 600m, 1.7 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this field, and he also recorded the fastest final 800m, 600m and 400m sectionals for the event. Freedman has chosen to run him in this event (in lieu of Race 4) where he is ideally drawn in gate three and he will have to do a lot wrong today to miss out on the winner’s cheque. Make him the anchor for your multibets today.
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