Warwick Farm Tips June 14

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  • Weather: Mostly Fine (19)
  • Track: Heavy 8 | Pen: 5.90 | Rail: True
  • First Race: 12:40pm | Last Race: 4:20pm
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Locally-trained by Graham Brown, ADMIT IT (Best odds $7.50 with Ladbrokes) is on a run of runner-up finishes of late and looks well placed here to bring that to an end. Last start, the four-year-old gelding made it four-straight runner-up finishes when beat all but one home in a BM64 over 2000m at Kembla Grange. He ran that one out, 1.7 lengths quicker than benchmark, the second-best effort here. Brown has decided to step him up in distance today as he tackles the mile and a half here and he has the in-form apprentice, Reece Jones aboard who was the star of the show on Saturday, racking up four winners at Randwick for the day. This is his second ride on the galloper and drawn the fence here, will do no work early as he looks for a sit behind the early pace. All four career wins have come on wet tracks so conditions look ideal for him. He looks well worth an each-way ticket here.


In outstanding form this time in, the John Thompson-trained KIBOSH (Best odds $1.80 with Unibet) relished the heavy going at Kembla Grange and looks the best of the day in this contest. Last start, the So You Think filly lined up in a Kembla Grange Class 1 over 1500m and on a Heavy 8, destroyed her opposition, putting 4.5 lengths on them across the line. She ran that trip, just under a length above benchmark, the second best in this field, and set herself a new personal best in the process. She also posted the fastest final 400m and 200m sectionals for the race. She lines up here attacking the mile for the first time but last start’s effort clearly shows the extra distance here will have little affect on her chances today. Reece Jones has the reins today and from gate four, will probably lead. It will take a smart one here to run her down.


Third-up today, the Joe Pride-trained DERBARI (Best odds $4.80 with Sportsbet) will relish the wet conditions today and lines up as the one to beat. Last start, the Dundeel gelding was fitter for one run back when he beat all but one home in a BM72 over 1250m at Canterbury. He covered the trip, 3 lengths quicker than benchmark, ranking second-best in this line up. He steps to a more suitable 1400m here where he is a previous winner. Brenton Avdulla remains aboard, having previous success with the four-year-old and again the partnership looks a real chance in bringing up another victory today.




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