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20.03.19

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Race 1- Nationwide Super CG&E Class 2 Handicap 1200m

Lucky Mission resumes on the back of three trails in February. The Kiwi bred 3YO raced three times last prep and after two Gosford placings he bolted in at Newcastle in November. Avdulla rides for Lees and he draws well.

Trumbull bolted in with a recent Beaumont trail and he won first up last prep.

Cartel was impressive first up for his new trainer.

SELECTIONS:

3- Lucky Mission

4- Trumbull

6- Cartel

2- Spring Creek Star

Race 2- Coastline Pools F&M Class 2 Handicap 1200m

Hibiscus Lady has toyed with her opponents in two brilliant wins at recent Newcastle and Gosford meetings. She steps up to 1200 metres, but the filly has been strong through the line over the short courses. She was very promising and has speed to burn.

Mighty Marmalade is a strong finisher on the tighter tracks and she will appreciate the long straight.

Grand Bouquet has had a couple of trials and she won first up last prep.

SELECTIONS:

2- Hibiscus Lady

3- Mighty Marmalade

7- Grand Bouquet

Race 3-Hungerford Hill Maiden Plate 1300m

Full Recognition has his foot on the till after two placings in his only two starts. He won two trails in January before over-racing early when third in a hot race at Warwick Farm on February 20. Last start he raced on the speed when beaten two lengths at Warwick farm.

Royal Captain races okay here and he raced too close last start.

Corporal is on debut after a nice trial.

SELECTIONS:

4- Full Recognition

6- Royal Captain

3- Corporal

Race 4- Sharp Electrinos Group 3YO &Up Maiden Handicap 1400m

Furlana drops sharply in class after chasing home the talented Sister Sledge at Hawksbury last start. He hasn’t been far away in all six starts and he will relish the spacious track.

Mimi will be fitter for her first up run and has drawn well and she has a dual Melbourne Cup jock on top.

So very Vein could fill a place.

SELECTIONS:

1- Furlana

9- Mimi

13- So Very Vein

Race 5- Suez 2YO Maiden Plate 1400m

Significance is on debut after two solid trials. The Frankel colt looked good when narrowly beaten in a recent Randwick trial. He came from way back to keep working to the line.

Bullet Fly has been placed in his only two starts at Newcastle and Warwick Farm and he will be hard to beat.

Chabrol had no luck at Warwick Farm last start.

SELECTIONS:

9- Significance

1- Bullet Fly

2- Charbrol

Race 6- Top Cut Foods Maiden Handicap 1200m

There is seven first starters here and the placegetters will probably come from them. Just Thinkin’ showed speed to share the lead and kick clear in a recent Warwick Farm trial win.

Tapiconic impressed in a recent Wyong trial and should run well on debut.

Pretorius was never off the bit in a recent trial.

SELECTIONS:

11- Just Thinkin’

5- Tapiconic

4- Pretorius

Race 7-Jennings Print Group Class 1 Handicap 1600m

Mangione has had two runs back and is ready to win. he made up good ground from back in the field over the 1600 at Kembla last start. Last prep he was narrowly beaten at Newcastle, was successful at Canterbery and was placed at Randwick.

Superbowl Sunday was twice placed before a strong Kembla win last start and the 1600 won’t be a problem.

Live The Moment is crying out for the 1600 after finishing strongly to win a 1400 Maiden at Hawksbury last start.

SELECTIONS;

1- Mangione

2- Superbowl Sunday

5- Live the Moment

Race 8-Polytrack Gosford Provincial Championships Qualifier 1200m

Evalina comes into this race following an impressive Kensington track win last start she was runner up twice at Randwick during the Spring on wet tracks and she carries 54 kilograms.

Golden Tycoon was narrowly beaten in the Listed Rosebud at Rosehill last August. He finished fourth first up at Rosehill. A month ago, he was an on pacer.

Americana Magic is talented, and he win a recent Beaumont trial by close on 10 lengths.

SELECTIONS;

13- Evalina

9- Golden Tycoon

5- Americana Magic

Race 9-Soul Café Benchmark 64 Handicap 1400m

Holy Reign races well on the big track at Newcastle and he has a good record. He didn’t handle the Wyong track last start but has two wins in February at Kembla and Newcastle were full of merit.

Red Currant wasn’t far away first up at Warwick Farm and he is the class runner.

Galway Girl likes this track and will go forward.

SELECTIONS;

5- Holy Reign

1- Red Currant

12- Galway Girl

 

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