Coonamble Tips October 11
- Best bets for each Coonamble race meeting.
Looking for Coonamble racing tips for today? Our form expert previews each meeting at Coonamble Racecourse and gives his best bets for the card.
Here are our latest Coonamble horse racing tips.
Race 6 - 3:59PM THE KEADY FAMILY COONAMBLE CRYSTAL SPRINT (1200 METRES)
Best Bet ?No. 7 THERMOSA $5.00 Bet Now!
In great touch this preparation, Dubbo visitor THERMOSA is well-placed to continue with his good form here. Coming off a seven-week break, the Rodney Robb-trained gelding finished third (of 10) in a BM66 over 1000m at Scone. Then next start, he lined up in a Flying H’cap on his home track and soon after the start, buck-jumped and threw the rider. He then (by order) trialled successfully at Gilgandra (winning the 800m hit-out by six lengths), before he could resume racing. Returning to the track, he franked that trial run by winning a BM66 at Dubbo over the 1000m, while lumping 63kgs along with Clayton Gallagher to the line. This is a little tougher but he is in such good form and drops 6.5kgs (or a stone on the old scale) for this event. Gallagher remains aboard and drawn ideally in gate three, I believe he can take this one out.
Race 7 - 4:39PM GERONIMO- NEW HOLLAND AGRICULTURE COONAMBLE CUP (1600 METRES)
Best Value ?No. 6 MO'S GLORY $8.00 Bet Now!
To the feature race of the day and the market suggests there are several winning chances here. I’m running with MO’S GLORY here who, at the weights, will take some beating today. Three starts back, the Uncle Mo mare took care of a BM66 at Scone. She box-seated most of the way in that 1600m event and eventually got the better of them, while carrying 58.5kgs. Then next start, she got too far back at Wyong in another 1600m contest. Off the track when turning for home and with no chance of a podium finish, Robert Thompson eased up on her as she dropped out the back. She carried 59kgs that day. Then last start, the five-year-old faced similar company over the same track and trip, only this time claiming apprentice, Reece Jones was on board. Settling mid-field, she was carrying 4kgs less (after the claim) and finished strongly to just miss the major prize that day, finishing second, beaten a whisker on the line. She has four wins from 17 starts on her resume and three of those have been over the mile. Jones remains aboard for this and after his claim, the mare will carry just 53.5kgs, the smallest weight she has ever carried. Ideally-drawn in gate four, she looks right in the mix and is a genuine chance at taking home the cup today at odds.
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