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Race-by-race tips and preview for Wyong on Tuesday

Race-by-race tips and preview for Wyong on Tuesday

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RACE 1 – 1.15PM: AUSTRALIAN RACING CHRISTIAN CHAPLAINCY 2YO MAIDEN PLATE (1200m)

2. Conrad made an impression in his debut run at Canterbury. The step up to 1200m looks ideal and James McDonald has made the trip to Wyong to partner with him again.
Dangers: 4. Maurice’s Medad was only fair in his latest effort on a heavy track at Gosford, but on a better surface off a recent trial win should run a better race. 8. Mokulua is a debutant out of Oaks winner Dear Demi, who will likely need further but worth watching.
How to play it: Conrad to win.
Odds and Evens: Evens.

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RACE 2 – 1.50PM: CARLTON DRAUGHT PROVINCIAL AND COUNTRY MAIDEN PLATE (1200m)

6. Elusive Birdie was caught wide throughout on debut at Canberra after jumping from barrier 10. Considering the run, the effort to keep finding the line behind an impressive winner was good. Finds a winnable maiden here and should get her chance with a more economical run.
Dangers: 7. Gran Palazzo is on the one-week back-up out of a Kembla maiden which on paper looks stronger than this. Can surprise.
How to play it: Elusive Birdie each-way.
Odds and Evens: Split.

RACE 3 – 2.25PM: HMA MAIDEN PLATE (1350m)

9. Summer Breeze is facing the starter for the first time here and suspect this filly has ability looking at her move comfortably in trials. The booking of James McDonald for Chris Waller along with an early firm on TAB Fixed Odds means she’s one to watch.
Dangers: 2. Cantrell looks to have come back an improved horse going off what he produced when returning from a spell last start at Newcastle. Was beaten only a head despite late interference and protested unsuccessfully.
How to play it: Summer Breeze to win.
Odds and Evens: Split.

RACE 4 – 3.05PM: GO ELECTRICAL MAIDEN HANDICAP (1000m)

8. Russbuss likes to lead in her races and around the 1000m sprint trip at Wyong that’s generally a significant advantage. Strong efforts to place at last two runs and drops back in trip here. Should be making the pace from the inside gate and tough to catch.
Dangers: 4. Stunning To Win from the Snowden yard looks the most likely danger having performed admirably on debut, however a wide draw over this sprint trip means the speed map looks somewhat tricky.
How to play it: Russbuss to win.
Odds and Evens: Evens.

RACE 5 – 3.40PM: BOOK NOW POLYTRACK PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS WYONG MARCH 27 CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1000m)

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Hard to knock anything 7. Winside has done to date. Just one start for an impressive win and while it was only over 900m at Muswellbrook, she did it in style and quick time. Looks to have returned in good order cruising to victory in her only trial for this.
Dangers: 3. Genkides gets the rails draw and has speed. The one to catch.
How to play it: Winside to win.
Odds and Evens: Odds.

RACE 6 – 4.15PM: HUCKEL EXCAVATIONS CONDITIONAL BENCHMARK 68 HANDICAP (1600m)

6. If You Think So is the expected leader and comes off a win and runner-up in the Saturday Highway races at two latest efforts. Will appreciate the drop in grade and distance and this track should suit her style.
Dangers: 7. Mabel Josephine is yet to finish further back than second in three runs for Sam Kavanagh. Should be thereabouts again.
How to play it: If You Think So to win.
Odds and Evens: Split.

RACE 7 – 4.50PM: TAB.COM.AU BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP (1350m)

Chris Waller has placed three-year-old filly 12. My Girl Ruby to take on older horses in this BM64 Handicap. Only win came over similar distance when she settled in a more forward position. She’s still learning her craft and she had genuine excuses in a couple of runs last preparation. Likely to improve on what she does but also expect she’s got the most upside among this group.
Dangers: 6. Isorich is an old warhorse who has won races much stronger than this in his time. Latest runs have been below bar but performs well on his home track.
How to play it: My Girl Ruby each-way.
Odds and Evens: Evens.

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RACE 8 – 5.30PM: WYONG’S NEXT RACEDAY SATURDAY MARCH 27 CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1200m)

5. Hello Sunshine did her early racing in Victoria before joining the Bannister stable this year. Was produced at Newcastle and led throughout to break her maiden by seven lengths. Expect Louise Day to attempt the same tactics from an inside draw.
Dangers: 1. Edmond struck a heavy track and pulled up with mild lameness last start but has ability while 3. Midland is another with talent and has been gelded for his return.
How to play it: Impressive Lass each-way.
Odds and Evens: Odds.

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

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