Coonamble Tips March 16

  • Best bets for each Coonamble race meeting.
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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.


Dubbo galloper, CONSPIRATRIX sees the Coonamble track for the first time today but has the form on the board to be more than just competitive in this field. After two consecutive minor placings, last start, the Crowded House mare broke through for her maiden win at Dubbo with Andrew Banks in the saddle. Banks sticks with her here today and after early scratchings, she comes in closer at the barrier stalls and will carry the same weight as well. At the top of her game now, she will prove hard to beat today.


In good touch this time in, PELOSO LASS looks well placed here, and despite the wide gate, should be there at the finish again. Last start, the Magic Albert mare proved too strong for a Class 2 field over 1280m at Orange with Clayton Gallagher on board. She drew the outside gate that day, took control in the final 200m and hung on for a game victory. Gallagher remains in the saddle here and although drawn wide, she maps well to find a sit mid-field with cover. Up in weight, but down in class, the six-year-old should prove hard to hold out here.


Topweight, Jailbreak is all the rage here, however I believe Dubbo galloper PATRICK MAY is more than capable of giving the Rubick gelding a run for his money. Last start, the May’Haab gelding was second-up at Cowra where he finished a close-up third behind dead-heaters in a BM74 over 1375m. With Andrew Banks aboard, he took the lead halfway home but was grabbed on the line by two others who shared the honours that day. Banks has ridden the galloper in 12 of his 14 career starts and has the reins again today. Drawn ideally in gate three, he maps to be in the first four on settling. Jailbreak is drawn wider out and could be trapped there with plenty of early pace drawn inside him. Unbeaten when third-up, the four-year-old is in a position to ‘steal’ this race if the pace is genuine and Banks can settle him quickly. He is certainly worth an each-way ticket in this contest.



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