Hawkesbury Tips November 19

Steve Bennett in Bets of the Day 19 Nov 2020
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Third-up today, Port Macquarie visitor ACOUSTIX has shown enough this preparation to suggest he is a winning chance here. Coming off a five-month break, he won a trial on his home track by five lengths before finishing fifth (beaten less than three lengths) in an Open Sprint on the same track. Then last start, he made the trip south to Wyong where he took on a BM68 over 1350m in an 11-strong field. That day, he settled outside the leader and was just shy of fitness in the run home, taking third prize, beaten a length on the line. Here, he faces similar company and is partnered by Rachel King for the first time. The Snitzel gelding has drawn wide here, as have several others with good early gate speed. If he can cross and settle in the first half dozen, he should be fit enough now to go on with it.


The Joe Pride-trained SEA ECHO is four starts into his current preparation and looks ready to win. After an unlucky second in a Class 1 at Kembla Grange, he failed for the second time to handle the Newcastle track after leading to the turn in a BM64 over 1250m. Then last start, Regan Bayliss climbed aboard for the first time in similar company over 1300m on this track. That day, he finished a close-up second behind Invasion Day, fighting to the very end. This Class 1 looks a little easier and from gate one today, he should catch all the breaks and prove hard to beat.


The Anthony Cummings-trained CLEVER MAN is in search of his first win for this preparation and it could all fall into his lap in this contest. Two starts back, he was third-up when taking on a BM72 at Randwick (on the Kensington track) over 1800m and he wasn’t disgraced when finishing fifth, beaten less than a length on the line. He then returned to provincial racing and dropped back in grade as well where he lined up in a BM64 over 1900m at Gosford. Well back on the turn, he came wide and hit the line nicely beating all but one home that day. Regan Bayliss sticks with the Dundeel gelding who is ideally drawn in gate two today. He should get all the favours here from that draw and at his peak now, prove too good for these.



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