Echuca Tips May 25
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Echuca Tips – May 25
Race 1 – 12:30PM SPOT ON DRY CLEANING MAIDEN PLATE (2100 METRES)
We look no further than Race 1 of the day and PARAPHERNALIA should be hard to beat. The Phillip Stokes-trained galloper has had five starts and was runner-up at Kilmore last time over the 2000m behind Diamond Luke. In that race she settled midfield and came out wide in the straight and was only outgunned by the winner over the last 50m. She ran four lengths slower than benchmark and it is only Honour Me that has superior career numbers. I’m not quite sure about that horse over the 2100m after his failure at the track and trip two starts ago, while Paraphernalia does appear to be a fraction more progressive. From barrier 3 and with the 1.5kg claim for Will Price she will be hard to beat.
Race 2 – 1:00PM ECHUCA NEWSAGENCY MAIDEN PLATE (1400 METRES)
It’s not often we see a Chris Waller-trained galloper at Echuca but KUTAYHA heads up to the border town and looks to be in with a strong chance of registering a win at just his second career start. The son of Savabeel stepped out on debut at Cranbourne over the 1400m on May 8 and on that occasion he was posted out wide for much of the trip before running on in strong fashion behind Great Ambition. He ran just three lengths slower than benchmark in that race, which is quicker than any other rival has produced in this race, while he should be open to further improvement.
Race 9 – 4:30PM INDEPENDENT CRANES BM58 HANDICAP (2100 METRES)
The final event of the day is a BenchMark 58 over the 2100m and the consistent HIGH EMOCEAN gets her chance to break through. The Maher/Eustace-trained galloper has had three runs this time in and has featured in the placings in all three. At her most recent run he stepped up to the 2020m at Werribee and came out wide as they rounded but rattled once straightening, producing the fastest last 200m of the race and running 3.2 lengths faster than benchmark for the last 600m. A daughter of Ocean Park and out of a High Chaparral mare, she should thrive on anything at and above the 2000m distance range and does look to have a bit of upside in comparison to this lot.
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