Goulburn Tips July 10
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GOULBURN TIPS – july 10
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Race 6 – 3:10PM GOULBURN PRODUCE CLASS 2 HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
The Canberra-trained youngster WITCHITA WARRIOR (No.7) can bounce back here and give this a real shake. The chestnut gelding has had just four career starts to date, winning two of them. After winning his maiden at Moruya three starts back, he franked that win by going back-to-back here where he took out a Class 1 over 1400m on a Heavy 9 that day. He was then given a four-week let-up before trainer Keith Dryden took him to the city for his first tilt in Class 2 company. On another heavy track, this time at Rosehill, he found the city gallopers a little too slick, finishing down the track, beaten eight lengths on the day. Back to country class today, he will find this Class 2 a lot easier and will appreciate the slightly drier conditions with a Soft 5 being forecast for today. Brodie Loy rode him to both career victories and is back aboard here. Drawn to do no work in gate two, he is expected to get back early but the step up to 1600m looks ideal for him at this stage and with just 57.5kgs to carry, he should be finishing strongly today.
Race 8 – 4:25PM SOUTHERN TABLELANDS RURAL SERVICES BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Coming off a last-start win, SNITZAGIRL (No.5) looks well-placed here to make it two on end today. Trained at Warwick Farm by Rick Worthington, the five-year-old mare has been mixing her form this preparation but hasn’t been that far away in her past four starts. After beating all but Cock Match home in a BM66 here three starts back, she then headed north to Newcastle. There, she drew the car park in gate 10 (of 10) and covered more ground than Bourke & Wills. Although finishing seventh across the line, she was only three lengths off the winner that day. Last start, she had her passport stamped and headed south again, this time to Canberra where she lined up in a BM65 and with Chad Lever aboard, finished best to win that event by more than a length on the line. On a Soft 5, she ran the trip in 57.4 which was only 1.5 secs outside the track record. She meets similar company here and has regular rider Keagan Latham back in the saddle where he has partnered the mare to five top-three finishes from nine rides. She has been a bridesmaid at this track on two occasions from three visits here and from an ideal draw in gate two, looks set to bring her first Goulburn win today.
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