Wagga Tips November 23

Steve Bennett in Bets of the Day 23 Nov 2020
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Late Starter, NEWTOWN BRAVEHEART soon learnt what it’s all about and looks well placed to go on with it here today. The four-year-old gelding is just two starts into his racing career and he has already left his mark with two solid performances. On debut, he ran around here in a 1000m Maiden where he finished strongly to grab fourth prize, beaten less than two lengths. Then last start, he made the three-hour trip to Goulburn which proved worthwhile in the end. On a Soft 7 that day, he drew gate five in the 1200m Maiden Plate and despite travelling wide the entire trip, finished too strongly for that field, going on to win by more than a length on the line. He comes up with gate two here and carries the same 59kgs as last start. The experienced Blaike McDougall partners him for the first time and he looks drawn well enough to win this one.

 

It took a while, but Albury galloper, SHARLIE finally broke through for her first win over the mile. The Artie Schiller mare came off a lengthy 29-week spell to finish second in a Kyneton Maiden. Then, second-up, she went one better on her home track with Blaike McDougall back in the saddle. That day, she put almost three lengths on the 14-strong Maiden field on a Heavy 9 over 1500m. Then last start, she lined up in a Class 1/Maiden on the same track over the 1600m trip and repeated the dose on a Good 4 this time. This looks no harder and she maps to settle near mid-field from gate seven. In winning form and looks the one to beat again.

 

The Kym Davison-trained TIDAL FORCE has resumed racing on fire and looks well placed here to go back-to-back today. The Puissance de Lune mare finished runner-up in her first two starts back after spending more than a year in the paddock. Then last start, she showed that there is some truth in the cliché, ‘third time lucky’ as she went one better that day and broke through for her Maiden win over 1175m at Albury, leading all the way. She should strip even fitter here and dropping 2kgs can only enhance her chances against the Class 1 opposition. Drawn nicely in gate six, she maps to be up on pace and should take catching again.

 

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