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Race-by-race preview and tips for Dubbo on Sunday

Race 3 – 2:45PM FURNEY’S HORSELAND MAIDEN PLATE (1300 METRES)

This is the easiest race that 9. Reach Beyond has ever contested. The three-year-old had to duck and weave when fourth at Scone at his second ever start before holding his own in a Newcastle mile race won by Blaze A Trail.
Dangers: 2. Capital Venture made an immediate impression for his new yard four weeks ago taking ground off Blackadder, who has subsequently won again. 3. Danza In The Dark rates a mention but is too well found in early betting.
How to play it: Reach Beyond WIN
Odds & Evens: SPLIT

Race 4 – 3:20PM DUBBO RSL CLUB RESORT CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1100 METRES)

1. Great Buy had his first start for Brett Robb a fortnight ago at Dubbo and like the way the former South Aussie found the line behind What The Fuss. Back to a C1 and with senior rider Anthony Cavallo going on, he’s hard to hold out.
Dangers: 4. Ginger’s Voice will likely lead this field up and give a sight. Bolted in at Dubbo to win his maiden last preparation, albeit over 1300m, and has trialled nicely this time back.
How to play it: Great Buy WIN
Odds & Evens: SPLIT

Race 5 – 3:55PM WAYNE MALLISON PAINTING AND DECORATOR CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1100 METRES)

1. Kiss And Tell never gave her rivals a chance at Moree clocking faster times than the two C2s and the BM66. That was her first run for John Bourke, having formerly been trained at Rosehill. A repeat of that wins this too.
Dangers: Very wary of 5. La Trioli on the strength of her Queensland form, boasting a second to Super Giant in April. This is her first run for Cam Crockett. 3. Angie Emm resumes after a terrific first campaign, finishing top three in all five runs.
How to play it: Kiss And Tell WIN
Odds & Evens: ODDS

Race 6 – 4:30PM CHILL-RITE CHRISTMAS RACE DAY BENCHMARK 66 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)

3. Risk And Reward always runs well fresh (4:1-1-1). First up last preparation he sat outside of the leader and bolted in. His form can taper off as he gets into his campaign. Has run recent seconds to Kookabaa and Morpheus.
Dangers: 6. All Hollywood has won two of her past three and her recent trial suggests she’ll hold that form. Drawn low and possesses a big finish. Big watch on 5. Deploys Alone having start in NSW.
How to play it: Risk And Reward WIN
Odds & Evens: SPLIT

Race 7 – 5:05PM MCDONALDS DUBBO AND WELLINGTON CLASS 3 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)

5. Witness Collector is racing as well as ever, is rock hard fit and will spear forward to make his own luck. The four-year-old comes off a third placing in a Highway and that was on a heavy track. On top of the ground he has won four from eight.
Dangers: 3. Brother Bassy trialled in a manner which suggests he can only run well. Aaron Bullock rode him in the trial and sticks with him here. 7. Blackadder has won two on the bounce in good fashion.
How to play it: Witness Collector WIN
Odds & Evens: ODDS

Race 8 – 5:40PM MAAS GROUP BENCHMARK 58 HANDICAP (1600 METRES)

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4. For Da Boys won well enough at Moree last start to suggest he can make the next step here. Not many of his rivals bring winning form and the good track is key to his chances. Can roll across to take up a forward spot.
Dangers: 5. Ludivine was no match for Tempel One last start at Scone but few horses racing at this level would have been. Wasn’t far away in a Highway at Rosehill prior to that behind Amy’s Shadown.
How to play it: For Da Boys WIN
Odds & Evens: SPLIT

Tips supplied by Racing NSW
Full form and race replays available at racingnsw.com.au

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