Moruya Tips October 1
- Guide to the best chances at Moruya races
Moruya Tips Friday October 1
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Below is our guide to the best chances at Moruya today:
Race 3 - 2:10PM CARLTON AND UNITED BREWERY SHOWCASE CLASS 3 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Second-up today, Goulburn galloper PRIVATE AGENT (best odds $1.55 with bet365) will only strip fitter here and down in the weights, should play a major role in the outcome. Last start, the Nicconi gelding was resuming after almost a year in the paddock when he finished an impressive third in a Hwy Class 3 over 1000m at Randwick. He ran home strongly on fresh legs, covering the last 600m, 8.5 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this line-up by more than 9 lengths. He drops sharply in class here as he returns to country racing and looks ideally drawn in gate three today. Winona Costa rode him to victory on debut at Wagga and returns for the ride today. He makes his track debut here and looks the pick of the crop. Consider as an anchor for your multi’s today.
Race 6 - 4:05PM ADRIAN BRADLEY MEMORIAL SHOWCASE CG&E BENCHMARK 58 HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
The Keith Dryden-trained ALL FORMIDABLE (best odds $4.80 with Sportsbet) has shaken the Maiden monkey off his back and looks well placed here to go on with it today. Last start, the All Too Hard gelding showed it was third time lucky as he cleaned up a Wagga Maiden over 1200m. He ran his last 600m, 6 lengths quicker than standard benchmark that day, the best in this line-up. Damon Budler was aboard for the ride and sticks with the four-year-old today. This looks no harder and with a clear run to the line, he should be at the finish.
Race 7 - 4:40PM CAMERON'S HARDWARE BATEMANS BAY CUP - BENCHMARK 66 HCP (1650 METRES)
The locally-trained BLAAZAY (best odds $2.80 with Sportsbet) is a track specialist and in career best form of late, looks the pick of day. Last start, the Skilled gelding was on a hat-trick when he lined-up in a Hwy Class 3 over 1400m at Kembla Grange and looked the goods in running, but found one better on the day, taking home second prize behind Philipsburg. He ran even time for the journey, 6 lengths quicker than this field, while posting the fastest final 800m for the event. He returns here to stake a claim for the Cup where he is yet to miss a podium finish from his five starts on the track, boasting three wins and two minor placings to date. Nick Heywood has the reins today and with a little in running, he looks a genuine chance of taking the cup home.
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