Warwick Tips May 20

  • Last start winning gelding is looking for his first win at Warwick today
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Gatton galloper GREY NOISE (Best Odds $7 with Bet365) is second-up today and looks well placed to give this contest a real shake. Last start, the Love Conquers All gelding came off a lengthy 22-week spell and took his place in a BM58 over 1100m at Gatton. His job was made all that more difficult as he faced his first heavy track but handled the conditions well as he missed by a whisker in collecting the first prize cheque. He ran the trip, 4.7 lengths slower than benchmark which is the second-best effort here, just 1.5 lengths off the best. He also managed to post the fastest final 600m and 200m sectionals for the event. James Orman was aboard that day and retains the ride here. Fitter for that run, he meets similar opposition here and shapes up as a good each-way chance today.


Just eight remain here after a bag full of scratchings, making the job that much easier for VINASTA (Best Odds $2.35 with Bet365) to get the job done today. Last start, the I Am Invincible mare beat all but one to the line on her home track at Toowoomba, finishing second in Class 3 company over 1300m. She ran the trip, 3.4 lengths above benchmark, the second-best here. She has her first look at the Warwick track today where she maps to get the gun-run and be sitting just behind the pace. Steph Lacy has been aboard for the mare’s last two runs and sticks with her here. The ever-consistent five-year-old hasn’t missed a podium finish in her past nine starts (winning three of those) and down in weight here, she will surely take beating today.


The Team Edmonds-trained WHITTINGTON WAYS (Best Odds $2.90 with Unibet) was super impressive first-up and sporting a major gear change, looks set to continue with the good form here. Last start, the Whittington gelding was resuming from more than a year in the paddock when he faced a Class 1 field over 1006m at Grafton. Settling in the one, one, he tracked the two leaders into the straight and when the split came, he finished best to get there on the line, with punters (who took the $1.50) breathing a sigh of relief. He ran his last 600m, 1 length above benchmark, the second-best effort here. He also posted the fastest final 400m sectional for the race. Zac Lloyd steered him to that victory with his first ride on the galloper and remains aboard here. After the 2kg claim, he carries the same weight as last start and with a solid second-up record, should take a ton of beating today.




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