Dubbo Tips October 1
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Dubbo Tips Friday October 1
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Race 4 - 2:35PM PASTORAL HOTEL DUBBO CLASS 1 & MAIDEN PLATE (1600 METRES)
The Jeff Englebrecht-trained LADY SAMURAI (best odds $3.50 with Sportsbet) is in good touch this preparation and is capable of going on with it here. Last start, the Real Impact mare broke through for her maiden win over the mile trip at Taree. From the outside gate (13) she travelled three-deep without cover to the turn, then found something extra to finish over the top of them and record a sloid win, on a Heavy 10 that day. She also posted the fastest final 400m and 200m sectionals for the event. Grant Buckley was aboard for that ride and sticks with her here. If she brings that form into this contest, she will be hard to hold out again.
Race 7 - 4:25PM CHILL-RITE DUBBO OPEN HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
Scone galloper COMMANDO HUNT (best odds $2.10 with BlueBet) boasts impressive country form and making his track debut here looks well placed to bring up career win number four. Last start, the Time For War gelding came off Class 3 win at Kembla Grange when he met similar company at Randwick over a shorter trip. Coming from back in the field, he wasn’t disgraced when finishing sixth, beaten 1.5 lengths on the line. He ran the 1200m trip, 2 lengths slower than benchmark, the best in this line-up. He also posted the fastest final 200m of the race. Back in country company today, Mitchell Bell is back on board after steering him to victory at Muswellbrook at his only ride on the four-year-old. With podium finishes in five of his past eight starts, he is in consistent form and looks in the mix again today.
Race 9 - 5:40PM CHILL-RITE MUDGEE BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
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The Mark Schmetzer-trained WINSIDE has made a promising start to her career and looks poised to continue that trend today. Last start, the Sidestep mare was fresh off a 19-week break when she proved too strong for a Class 2 field over 1000m on a Heavy 10 at Taree. Trapped wide most of the way, she finished best to win by almost a length on the line, carrying 59kgs that day. She ran the trip, 1.5 lengths quicker than benchmark, more than 6 lengths better than this field. She also posted the fastest final 200m of the event. Making her track debut here, she will carry less weight after the claim and ideally drawn in gate three, prove hard to beat again.
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