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Canberra raiders look for slice of Queanbeyan Cup action

His biggest danger is likely to be tough Canberra six-year-old Eaglehawk, who didn’t finish off in a handy BM 66 at Gundagai but returns to a track where he’s never finished further back than second from four starts. He draws well, and will give the cup a mighty shake.


Another Canberran, honest six-year-old Fox Beat, is also drawn to figure, while local hopes rest with improving last start winner Alpine King.

Queanbeyan’s leading trainer Joe Cleary should kick off the meeting well with his resuming three-year-old Little Krakatoa, who looks a near good thing in a very small 3YO Plate maiden field.

But a much bigger prize, and far more sentimental, is the traditional Thunderbolt Hcp over 1000m to close the card and named in his honour.

High class five-year-old mare 1. Kiss My Swiss resumes for the stable having never lost in three runs at home. She’s reportedly done plenty of work and also boasts a 60 percent fresh record from five starts.

Drawing the inside gate, local four-year-old rival Only You will be hard to hold out with blinkers on for the first time and coming back from a string of tougher metropolitan races including a strong closing run in the BM 86 Gully Flying at Gundagai.

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