Hawkesbury Tips October 10
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Hawkesbury Tips Sunday October 10
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Race 3 - 2:05PM SKY RACING MAIDEN HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
Locally-trained by Terry Croft, STRAYA PRIDE (best odds $4.80 with Sportsbet) is three starts into this preparation and should be ready to produce. Last start, the Denman gelding finished just behind the placegetters, here in a 1500m Maiden, beaten just over two lengths that day. He ran the trip, 4.2 lengths slower than benchmark, still the best in this field and that was a new personal best for him as well. Today, he draws the fence and has Kathy O’Hara back on board, who is the only rider in seven starts to score a podium finish with the four-year-old. Look for even more improvement from him today.
Race 6 - 3:53PM LANDER TOYOTA BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP (1100 METRES)
The James Cummings-trained HUZZAH (best odds $3.10 with bet365) was impressive on debut and looks well placed here to go on with it today. Last start, the Epaulette filly made her debut in a 1000m Maiden at Kembla Grange. With Rachel King aboard, the filly settled second but travelled wide to the turn. In the run home she took the lead but was soon after headed by Verbek. She found an extra effort and regained the lead when it mattered most, taking victory right on the line. She ran her last 600m, half a length slower than benchmark, rating fifth-best here. She can only improve on that run (which was a guts effort on debut). King remains in the saddle today and crossing from gate seven, she maps to be on-speed again. The Godolphin filly looks right in the mix here.
Race 7 - 4:30PM ST JOHNS PARK BOWLING CLUB CONDITIONAL BENCHMARK 68 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
The Damien Lane-trained BUDHWAR (best odds $3.40 with Palmerbet) is third-up today and looks well placed here to bounce back. Last start, the Wandjina gelding was coming off a win at Goulburn when he took on the big guns in a BM72 at Rosehill. He sat behind the leader to the turn, then couldn’t get a clear crack at them in the run home, finishing sixth, beaten just over a length on the line. He ran his last 600m, 6.5 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this field by 4 lengths. He overall effort, covering the 1300m, 1.9 lengths faster than standard was a new personal best and also the best effort here. He maps to settle on speed from gate five and fitter for those two runs, he will take beating today.
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