Corowa Tips September 14
Corowa Tips Tuesday September 14
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Trained at Wodonga by Peter Maher, BARRAMUNDI LAD (best odds $8 with Sportsbet) is fresh off a 16-week break today but looks well placed here to strike first-up. Last start, the Lucas Cranach gelding ended a short campaign (of just three starts) by finishing mid-field in a BM64 over 1400m on his home track. The final 100m seemed to get the better of him that day, but he still managed to run his last 600m, half a length quicker than benchmark, the best in this field. Nick Heywood steered him to victory in his Maiden win at Wagga three starts back and returns today for another crack. Ideally drawn in gate two, he maps to settle near mid-field and on fresh legs, he only needs an ounce of luck in running to be a force here. The Soft 6 surface looks ideal and placing in all three previous runs on wet tracks. Already a first-up winner, he looks right in the mix today at each-way odds.
Victorian visitor FIZZAR (best odds $5 with Ladbrokes) improved sharply at Wangaratta and looks well placed here to repeat the dose. Last start, the Zoustar mare came off a poor first-up showing on the Pakenham synthetic track when she faced a BM0-58 over 1300m on a soft Wangaratta track. She was a different horse that day, box-seating to the turn, then fighting strongly to hold off her challengers for an unexpected win. She ran that trip, 7 lengths slower than benchmark which still rates the best here. Fitter for those two runs, she draws nicely in gate three today where she maps to box-seat again. Already a winner when third-up, going on her last-start performance, she will take beating here.
Goulburn galloper SKAIFEE (best odds $13 with Bet365) drops sharply in grade here and looks super value with the bagmen today. Last start, the Zebedee gelding stepped up to Class 3 company for the first time in a 1200m contest at Wagga. Drawn wide (gate 9 of 11), he settled near last and with a slow pace set up front, was always up against it from the outset. He did run home strongly to finish mid-field, beaten just over three lengths on the line. He ran his last 600m, 2.6 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this line-up. Today, he maps to settle better than mid-field and will appreciate the drop in class. Simon Miller jumps aboard for the first time and fitter four runs this time in, the four-year-old looks an even chance here and is well worth an each-way ticket today.
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