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Australian Racing Tips – Monday 29 November 2021 – Taree

Winning Form bring you all of their best bets and tips for Monday’s racing coming from Taree on 29 November 2021.

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Winning Form bring you all of their best bets and tips for Monday’s racing coming from Taree on 29 November 2021.

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Best Bet: HALLOWED SON (Race 4)

Value Bet: DEEP DREAM (Race 6)

 

Jackpot (race 4 – 7).

1st

2nd

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4

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10

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Cost: R54.00

 

Race 4.

The day’s best bet, HALLOWED SON has finished third in his last three runs, the latest over seven furlongs, 1.8L behind the winner. He was slow away that day and came four wide into the home straight before finishing his race off strongly, suggesting that the extra ground on offer here will be to his liking. From a handy gate two, he could prove difficult to topple. TIVA BAY made good late progress when finishing a neck second in his latest outing over 1500M and is another who should appreciate the extra distance. He will have to negotiate draw nine, but he could emerge as the biggest danger to the top choice. GIGGLE is the stable companion of the latter and is a 3yr old filly taking on the boys, but she has only had the two runs to date and showed improvement when finishing fourth last time out over 1500M, some three lengths adrift of the victor. She gets cheek pieces fitted for the first time and if these have the desired effect, she should be involved in the finish.

Race 5.

INTO THE FIRE had his consistency rewarded when a jump to wire neck winner last time out over 1010M. He showed plenty of determination in holding off all the late challengers in that contest and if showing the same courage here, he looks to be the one to side with. He jumps from draw six and will have 4kgs taken off his back thanks to his claiming apprentice to aid his cause. QUICK TEMPO is drawn one inside the top pick and completed his hat-trick when winning his last start over five furlongs by just over half a length, despite having to be held up at the entrance to the home straight. He is in fact unbeaten so far and the form of that last race has stood up well with two runners out of the contest subsequently winning. PRIMAL SCREAM came three wide into the home stretch before finishing well to win his last outing over five furlongs when returning from a 27 week break, which clearly was what the gelding needed. He faces a wideish draw eight, but he should be included in all bets.

Race 6.

DEEP DREAM has finished third in his last two outings, the latest over 1300M when four lengths adrift of the winner. He showed plenty of toe that day and was only run out of it late. From gate seven and with having 4kgs removed from his allocated weight courtesy of his claiming apprentice, he is taken to be the value bet on the day’s card. DOOLIE was friendless in the betting markets when nevertheless winning his last start over 1250M by 0.8L. He gets a kinder gate three and will have the blinkers re-fitted for today’s run, so should be right up there when they hit the line. KOTINOS won his penultimate start over 1300M and the disappointed when ninth last time out over the same distance, just over five lengths off the winner and was immediately rested for 25 weeks. He returns here after posting an encouraging barrier trial and will have the services of a 4kg claiming apprentice, as well as the benefit of pole position.

Race 7.

ATLANTIC LITE has consistent formlines to her name and although recorded as fifth last time out over 1250M, she was just a length back from the winner. She showed plenty of speed that day and battled all the way down to the wire. She gets a cozy draw three and has her peak run after returning from an 18 week absence, as well as having 4kgs taken off her back thanks to her claiming apprentice. IRRESISTIBLE MISS has only had the three runs to date, winning the latest over 1310M by half a length. She sat just behind the leaders in than race and then kicked clear of the opposition at the 100M pole to win going away. She jumps from gate five and should keep the top selection honest. PELGRAVE overraced and had to be steadied at the 900M mark before ending up in sixth place last time out over 1300M, 2.3L behind the winner. She was returning from a 28 week absence that day and from gate eight, she should not be lightly dismissed in this line-up.

 

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