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Australian racing tips – Sunday 27 November 2022

Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Sunday’s racing coming your way from Newcastle on 27 November 2022.

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Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Sunday’s racing coming your way from Newcastle on 27 November 2022.

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Best Bet: JOHNNY DASH (Race 8) 
Value Bet: KINGDOM OF GOLD (Race 5)

Jackpot (race 5 – 8)























Cost R150.00

Race 5

KINGDOM OF GOLD followed up his penultimate run victory over 2100M with a fifth-place finish next time out over ten furlongs, 2.8L behind the winner, but he was slow away that day and did not get the clearest of passages in the home straight, only seeing daylight at the 300m mark, before finishing off his race well. He gets draw six and is taken to be the value bet on the day’s card.

ROSIE IMPACT is a 4yr old filly taking on the boys, but she had her consistency rewarded with a just under a half-length win last time out over 2100M. She sat just behind the leader that day and then struck the front at the 200M mark before holding off all the late challengers in the dash down to the wire. She faces a wide gate nine, but she should turn in another honest performance today.

SOUND OF CANNONS had solid form prior to finishing a somewhat disappointing sixth last time out over 2300M, but it should be noted that he missed the break that day, finding himself at the back of the field and forced to come the widest of them all into the home straight. From his kinder draw five, he should not be lightly dismissed.

Race 6

There are four unraced runners in the field, so as is always the case in these types of races, a keen eye should be kept on the betting markets to get some indication as to whether any of the connections believe that they can win first-time out. Any betting support for a runner or runners should be respected. Of the raced runners ISHANI may prove to be the best. She is a 3yr old filly taking on males, but she showed plenty of toe before finishing fourth on debut over 1100M, three and a half lengths back from the victor. She would have learnt from that experience and with the natural improvement that can be expected, she could be the one that they all have to beat. She does return from a 32-week spell, but has had the benefit of a barrier trial and whilst draw wide in gate twelve, she will have ex-SA jockey Keagan Latham in the irons, so will get all the necessary assistance from the saddle.

SUPER FREDS has finished second in three of his last four starts, the latest over 900M, just over a length off the winner, but he was held up at the top of the home straight on that day, before finishing strongly over the closing stages. From gate five, he should be right up there when they hit the line.

ANGEL FUND is another 3yr old filly in the race. She has her first run, but is undefeated in three barrier trials, so she clearly has some ability and could be just about anything. She won’t have to be a champion to win in this field.

Race 7

This looks to be a tricky race with plenty of runners in with a realistic chance of finding the winner’s box, so some caution is suggested. A 4yr old and a 3yr old filly could fight out the finish to this race and complete the exacta, but ROCKBARTON RUBY is given the nod for top spot. She has consistent formlines to her name and hung in all the way down the home straight when finishing second last time out over 1500M, one and a half lengths behind the winner. She has a useful gate four and could chalk up her second career win today.

GENDARMERIE has posted two solid runs after returning from a 22-week break, winning her maiden race last time out over 1300M by a head, this despite jumping awkwardly. She did recover quickly though to take up the lead and then held on for a courageous victory. She faces a wide draw ten, but she should use her early gate speed to move across without expending too much gas.

PACIFIC FORCE found himself too far out of his ground, but finished well to end up in fifth spot last time out over six furlongs, just under three lengths back from the winner. He is drawn the widest of them all in gate eleven, but given his racing style, he is likely to be dropped out of it in the early stages and then start to pick off the front runners over the latter part of the race.

Race 8

The day’s best bet, JOHNNY DASH has had six runs to date, posting two wins and one second-place finish and goes for his hat-trick after victories over 1100M and the latest a dead-heat over six furlongs. He struck the front entering the home stretch and was only collared on the line to share the spoils. From his useful draw four, he could prove hard to topple. A 4yr old filly and a 5yr old mare could follow him home, with the slight preference going to

BADEN ROAD who missed out on her hat-trick when finishing fifth last time out over five furlongs, just under a length behind the winner. She was returning from a 22-week rest that day and was hampered at the start, finding herself towards the back of the field, but once she saw daylight at the 200M pole, she delivered a powerful finish. She is drawn one outside the former and could provide Kegan Latham his second winner in the day’s Jackpot.

SEQUANA showed marked improvement to end up in third place last time out over six furlongs, just over a length behind the winner. She jumped awkwardly and had to be held up early in the home straight that day, but still finished her race well. She has a cosy draw two and will have her peak run after returning from a 13-week rest and should be involved in the finish.

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