Dubbo Tips July 16

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Canberra galloper OAHU GAZE (best odds $5 with Ladbrokes) comes to Dubbo for the first time in search of that maiden win and he looks well placed here to achieve that goal. Last start, the Intergaze gelding journeyed to Wagga where he beat all but one home to finish runner-up for the second consecutive time this preparation. He ran his last 600m, 3 lengths quicker than benchmark rating second-best in this field. Top country hoop Billy Owen takes the reins today and after drawing ideally on the fence, the four-year-old maps to get the gun-run, right behind the pace. He steps up to the mile today which could be just what he needs now. Three starts into current campaign, he should be ‘cherry-ripe’ fit for this and ready to win.


The Allan Denham-trained GIDGEE GUY (best odds $4.60 with Unibet) is another looking to end a run of bridesmaid finishes and with favourable conditions here, looks set to do just that. Last start, the Zoffany gelding was looking to go one better than his second placing at Scone when he dropped back in grade to face a BM64 over the 1000m at Hawkesbury. That day he came up with the same result, beating all but one home, beaten a whisker on the line. In a three-way charge to the line, Andrew Adkins chose to stay nearer the fence (on a Soft 7) which could have led to his downfall as the winner had the better going out wide. He still ran his last 600m, 2 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this field by more than 4 lengths. Mathew Cahill gets his first ride on the five-year-old today and ideally drawn in gate two, he’ll do no early work as he maps to settle mid-field with cover. He’s been placed no less than eight times on wet tracks now and with a trouble-free run here, he gets his chance to bring up win number one for this campaign.


Tracey Bartley’s rising three-year-old SEBRENCO (best odds $3.10 with Bet365) takes on older company here but has impressed enough to suggest she is in this contest up to her eye teeth. Last start, the Sebring filly was resuming from a lengthy 19-week break when she finished a close-up second behind Aytobe in a Class 1 over the 1000m sprint on a Heavy 10 at Muswellbrook. She ran the trip out, 5.6 lengths slower than benchmark, setting a new personal best and rating the best in this line-up. She has conditions to suit again here and is ideally drawn in gate two where she maps to settle in the first half of the field with plenty of cover. Up a little in distance today, this could work to her advantage in the big field and I expect the well-bred filly to be there at the finish.



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