Moree Tips October 30
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Race 7 - 4:55PM TOURIST HOTEL NARRABRI CG&E CLASS 2 HANDICAP (1300 METRES)
Best Bet ?No. 2 PLAYTHEFIELD $3.50 Bet Now!
Formerly with Stuart Kendrick, PLAYTHEFIELD will be having his first start for new trainer Peter Sinclair and looks well-placed for a win on debut for his new stable. Impeccably-bred, by Sepoy out of a Redoute’s Choice mare, the bloodlines suggest this fellow should have more than just a maiden win from 14 starts on his resume. He does however boast eight minor placings among those 14 starts, not unlike Tom Melbourne’s record. He won his maiden five starts back at the Sunshine Coast and has placed once since, also at Corbould Park. His last start was full of merit where he said goodbye to the Sunshine Coast track. That day he lined up in a BM65 over 1400m where he settled back with the tailenders. He ran home strongly but just missed a podium finish in a four-way go to the line. That form puts him right in the mix here. Kirk Matheson is aboard for his first ride on the four-year-old and if he adopts similar tactics (which would be wise from his wide gate), he should prove hard to hold out today.
Race 8 - 5:35PM CASTLEREAGH & BARWON HOTELIERS BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1300 METRES)
Best Value ?No. 4 INCOMPARABLE $11.00 Bet Now!
I’ve put the ‘kiss of death’ on Kirk Matheson here, asking him to ride a race-to-race double as he teams-up with INCOMPARABLE who looks well-placed, fourth-up today. The I Am Invincible gelding has improved with each run this time in and drops back in grade here. Last start, he faced BM72 company at Toowoomba over 1200m where, in a slowly-run affair, he settled back in the field, but hit the line well to grab third prize that day behind Molly’s Rocking. Today, he has drawn gate 10 of 11 so the race tactics will most likely be similar to Clifford Park, and ride him back early. Formerly with Lloyd Kennewell’s stable at Caulfield, the lightly-raced six-year-old is yet to salute since crossing the border seven starts back. However, there’s a first time for everything and with a little luck in running here, that could all change today, currently at double-figure odds. Fitter for three runs this preparation, he looks a genuine each-way chance here.
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