Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: International Racing: Thursday 19 November 2020

International Racing: Thursday 19 November 2020

Winning Form brings you all of their best bets and tips from Thursday's racing taking place in Australia at Hawkesbury.


Hawkesbury

Best Bet: TRAMINER (Race 6)
Value Bet: PROSPERO (Race 7)

Jackpot (race 4 – 7). - Cost: R90.00

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Race 4.
TOSCANINI had his consistency rewarded with his maiden race win last time out over six furlongs when returning from a 19 week break. He hit the front at the 300M mark that day and then fought off all challengers to record an almost two length victory. He takes on stronger today and will have to negotiate gate eight, but he could well be up to the task on hand.  MACCOMO has his hat-trick attempt here after winning his last two starts over seven furlongs, the latest by a head. He went from jump to wire for that victory and from pole position he may prove difficult to reel in over the closing stages of the contest. DREAM RUNNER returns from a 19 week break and has not had the benefit of a barrier trial, so his fitness will have to be taken on trust. He also drops in distance after being a last start winner over a mile by just under a length. He jumps from draw seven and should be included in all bets. 

Race 5.
This looks to be a tricky race and some caution is suggested. The tentative first choice goes to SPANISH POINT who overraced in the early and middle stages of his last outing over nine furlongs and then understandably had nothing to offer over the latter stages. He will jump from a mid-field gate six and seems likely to appreciate the drop in distance. ACCOY is a 5yr old mare taking on the boys. She has made steady improvement in her last three runs, the latest when finishing third over a mile, just under a length behind the winner. She faces a wide draw ten out of eleven, but she will most likely be dropped out of the race in the early stages and then start picking off the frontrunner in the latter stages of the race. ESTROVERTO stayed on well before ending up in fifth place in his last start over a mile, 5.2L back from the winner. The form of that race has been franked and from a kinder gate three, he should be right up there in the mix. MO THE GREAT posted a below par effort last time out when finishing nineth over seven furlongs, ten lengths behind the winner, but he was reported to be hanging over the closing stages of that race and that effort is best ignored. On his two runs prior to that last failure, he should be respected in this line-up.

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Race 6.
TRAMINER has not been far off the action in all four of his runs to date, winning on debut over five furlongs and then recording two second and one-third place finishes in his next three outings. He finished strongly when just over a length and a half back in his latest start over six furlongs, suggesting that the step up in distance will be to his liking. He has drawn gate six and is taken to be the best bet on the day’s card. SEA ECHO was only run out of it late when finishing second in his last start over 1300M, just a neck back from the victor. He has cracked pole position and could be the immediate danger to the top pick. GENERAL DUBAI battled all the way down to the wire when also finishing second in his last outing over 1300M, 0.4L behind the winner. He will have to overcome the widest draw of them all in gate eleven, but if showing the same determination here, he should be involved in the finish. 

Race 7.
PROSPERO has solid staying form to his credit and finished fourth last time out over 2100M, just over a length back from the winner. He came the widest into the straight that day and should have finished closer to the winner as a result. He has pulled pole position which he is sure to put to good use and another honest effort can be expected. CLEVER MAN has posted similar steady form in his last three outings, the latest when second over 1900M, just under two lengths adrift of the winner. He is drawn two outside the former and should be right up there as they dash down to the finishing post. Although WILL TO EXCEL is recorded as finishing eighth in his last start over nine furlongs, he was only 2.8L behind the winner, despite taking a bump down at the start. With better luck in running today, he should make his presence felt in this contest. 

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