Gundagai Tips April 11

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Albury galloper SHARLIE sees the Gundagai track for the first time today but with a good second-up record, can give this a real shake. Last start, the Artie Schiller mare was on fresh legs at Corowa where she sat back in the field and basically finished there, in a totally unsuitable 900m sprint. No benchmarking figures are available for that minor country gallop, however she recorded her personal best four starts back on her home track when winning a Class 1/Maiden over the mile. She ran that trip, 3.3 lengths slower than benchmark which rates third-best here. The attraction here is the step up to the 1400m and the fact she is already a winner when second-up. Blaike McDougall returns for the ride here after steering the five-year-old to both previous career wins. She has drawn the outside gate today but will settle back in the field anyway. Watch for her in the run home.


Ignore his latest effort and Kembla Grange galloper OUR BAMBINO rates a solid each-way chance in the Cup today. Last start, he was clearly outclassed when taking on city class in a BM72 on Randwick’s Kensington track. Whilst beaten a long way, he still managed to run out the 1800m, just half a length slower than benchmark, setting himself a new personal best and it rates the second-best here behind Lady Mironton. Look at his effort two starts back where he beat home a BM64 field at Hawkesbury over the same distance. He drew wide that day (gate 12 of 14) but still finished too strong for them that day to take home the winner’s cheque. This is a big drop in class and although it is his first look at the track, he five starts into this preparation and will surely be at his peak today. Impeccably bred, by Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente out of a Redoute’s Choice mare, he definitely has the bloodlines to suggest he is at least an each-way ticket here.


Wagga trainer, Gary Colvin saddles-up KUROCAINE here who is in career-best form of late and can get away with this one today. Last start, the Kuroshio gelding gave a Class 3 field a galloping lesson where he put 1.5 lengths on them in the 1200m contest. He covered that trip, 4.7 lengths slower than benchmark, rating second-best here behind Bouddi, who is resuming today and has never placed in four previous first-up runs. All four career wins for the five-year-old Wagga galloper have come on dry tracks so the forecast Good 4 today will be right up his alley. From gate six, he maps to settle in the first half dozen and with the form he is currently in, he will take beating here today.



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