Newcastle Preview- Sunday 02.12.18

30.11.18

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Race 1- Gary Harley Benchmark 64 2300m

Allzin is the clear stayer and will carry 60 ½ kilograms after the claim. He was runner up in the Taree Cup in August and he hit the line well to win over 166 here two starts back. Last Saturday he was only 2 ½ lengths from the winner in the Rosehill Country Classic.

Quality Approach has two wins and two seconds from five starts and he looked good winning a Hawksbury last start.

Love None steps up to 2300 for the first time and she had no luck in the country Classic.

Sections:

1- Allzin

3- Quality Approach

2- Love None

Race 2- Hungerford Hill Class 2 1400m

Classic Thoughts has good record on this track and she could sprint well first up. Both her wins have been on this track over 1400 and 1850 and she did win first up on this track over 1400. Corey Brown has the mount.

Maid Marilyn is a speedy mare and is in good form with two seconds this prep.

Loved One was very impressive winning a Newcastle Maiden last start.

Selections:

4- Classic Thoughts

1- Maid Marilyn

6- Loved One

Race 3- Coca- Cola Prov & Country Maiden Plate 1300m

Sizzled resumes after a promising first prep during the winter. He was placed at Kembla and Goulburn last prep and he has better form than these.

Outwards lst run at Newcastle was a career best when she was placed in a strong Maiden.

Onemoreforluck has been on the placegetter’s heels in his past two and has drawn the Trials barrier.

Selections:

5- Sizzled

10- Outward

9- Onemoreforluck

Race 4- Max Lees Classic 900m

A talented field of two-year old’s. Gary Moore’s Nuclear Summit is on debut after a smart all the way trial win.

Crack Victorian based Kiwi Michael Walker comes to Newcastle to rise the colt.

Strasbourg has been taken back in the trials and he has a run on nicely.

Peter Snowden is a multiple Golden Slipper winning trainer.

Kris Lees pair Snowzone and Vinrose have both won trials and are sure to run well on their home track.

Selections:

3- Nuclear Summit

5- Strasbourg

4- Snowzone

Race 5- The Happy Days- Ron, John & Harry Class 2 1400m

Fuchu’s first up run for his new trainer was an eye catcher. The longer trip is a plus and he was won second up. He has a good record on this track.

Beidi comes off a nice trail and all five of his previous starts have been on metropolitan tracks.

Pickelhaube is a former Godolphin galloper with a good record for this class

Selections:

4- Fuchu

5- Beidi

1- Pickelhaube

Race 6- Sharp Electronics Group Maiden 900m

Full of Fire is on debut after a creditable Warwick Farm 800 Metre trial. He led from the 600 to the 250 and was run down by a smart one.

Skagerrak was placed here in February and she won a recent Warwick farm trial.

Sparks trialled well recently

Selections;

2- Full Of Fire

6- Skagerrak

3- Sparks

Race 7- Mark Hughes Foundation Maiden 1300m

Charretera was beaten by a nose on debut at Hawksbury two weeks back. He raced on the speed and he has an ideal barrier. Corey Brown rode him, and he has the mount on Sunday.

The Bald Eagle is first up, and he won a recent Rosehill trial. He was placed at Gosford and on the Kensington track during the winter.

Given Time is also first up and he has been placed in five of eight starts.

Selections;
4- Charretera

2- The Bald Eagle

1- Given Time

Race 8- Robert Thompson Benchmark 64 1200m

Tabrobane races well on the track and he was an unlucky fourth here two starts back. He does get back in his races, but he has won five of his six races over 1200 metres.

November Man was narrowly beaten on the Kensington track last start and he has a soft draw.

Don’t Doubt Her is a strong finisher

Sections;

1- Tabrobane

4- November Man

10- Don’t Doubt Her

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