Hawkesbury Tips February 9

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Just the six runners left to fight out this maiden and the stats have LATIN LYRIC almost unbeatable here. First-up this preparation, the Wandjina filly did it tough in a Canterbury maiden. Bumped badly at the start, she dropped out to last and on the turn, was the widest runner, before storming home to beat all but one to the line, beaten a whisker in the end. Then last start, she backed up at Canterbury in another Maiden contest where again she settled last in the field of 10 and again ran home strongly but got there too late, finishing third on the line. She ran that trip 2.3 lengths quicker than benchmark, a huge 8 lengths faster than her rivals here. That also her personal best which is 4 lengths better than this field. The extra distance today should help as she is drawn wide and will probably settle back again. Jean Van Overmeire sticks with her here and after three straight rides on the filly will know how best to ride her. Fitter for those two starts and coming back to provincial class today, she looks the one to beat.


The wide draw looks the only hurdle for GREEN KUDOS here who has stats that stand out in this line up. Last start, the Matt Dunn-trained galloper was fresh off a 12-month absence but lined up at Kembla Grange winning all three trials prior to the day. A drifting favourite ($2.60-$3.20), the Pierro gelding led on settling and was still going strong on the turn. In run home however, lack of fitness became his worst enemy and he found one better on the day, finishing second in the 1000m maiden. He ran that trip, 4.1 lengths slower than benchmark which was 5 lengths quicker than his competition here managed. That was also a personal best which again is the best PB here. Drawn out in gate 10 today, he will have to do some work early if he is to find a forward sit, but he does have Nash Rawiller aboard for the first time which is a bonus. With just a little luck in running, he looks the goods today.


Scratchings have decimated this field which sees the field reduced from 14 runners to just eight but that just makes things easier for SATIN RUBY to record her second career win. Last start, she was third-up and took on city class gallopers in a strong BM72 contest. Too strong as it turned out as the El Roca mare finished down the track in the 1400m contest at Warwick Farm. She still managed to run her last 600m half a length quicker than benchmark which was 3 lengths better than her rivals here ran. Also, she ran a personal best at Randwick six starts back where she ran that trip 4.7 lengths quicker than benchmark which is the best here by 5 lengths. Fitter for three runs back, she drops in class here and returns to provincial racing and with Regan Bayliss remaining aboard, looks a winning chance today.



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