Tamworth races on Thursday tips and full preview

Race 4 CLASS 1 HCP (1200m)

Lots of depth for this level in a rising star heat. Enthusiastic four-year-old on the home track 3rd dimension Second with turn signals on. Gets stuck well when restarting, has only lost a neck and can park just behind the speed on preferably firm ground.
Driven: Lots of attention as three-year-old and stablemate returns to top picks 7. Smart Shot who has a lot of skill and will prevail in the weights while being fit hard 4. Lightfast and driven easily 5. Compelling truth away from a dominant all-the-way maiden win; are both capable of making money.
How to play it: Measure each direction and box 3,4,5,7 exactly; Odd and Even: Split

Race 5 MAIDEN PLATE (1200m)

Another tough race, albeit a lot with a rising and lightly ridden mare 13. Value. Draws the fence after a nine-week hiatus with key gear opportunities. Landed late on heavy ground last time and is much better here when he did a quiet test two weeks ago.
Driven: Still, the quest for a breakthrough win in third and ahead of the 10th start for the once highly acclaimed local continues 1. Russian standard. He finished very well 16 days ago and placed a total of five times but was beaten eight times as a favorite. keep 14. Musical affair third up. 4. Lostma Cowboy improves further on second place and ex-Victorian mare 8. Allande stands up for the new home stable for half a year.
Here’s how it’s played: Valoria wins; Odd and Even: Split

Race 6 TAMWORTH COUNTRY MUSIC CUP OPEN HCP (1200m)

The day’s feature race is shaping up well for the progressive five-year-old at the home track 6. Seguso Second up after a long break while he can grab from the outside barrier. Hard to miss in a handy sprint debut since being moved from Victoria and was competitive in deeper races than this last prep.
Driven:Can never undercut honest mare 7. Very sharp who pulls four weeks between runs to get an economical run with a light weight. Similar, 1. Fanaar is well placed from the inside draw in second place with the top country hoop booked for the ride. Gap headed to the rest 9. Red Beryl from a soft tow.
Here’s how it’s played: Seguso wins; Odd and Even: Split

Race 7 BENCHMARK 58 HCP (1400m)

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One of the more open and tough competitions on the map. Talented four year old 1. Imatruestar is well placed from the draw and back in third grade. I towed them home on a much lower highway before they showed significant improvement when running home in a BM 66 for five weeks between runs. More weight but a 2kg allowance mitigates that and was scraped by Wyong on Wednesday to be saved for.
Driven: There is value in improving 4. Final Statement Fourth ascending and attracted to go outside. Tough three year old 11. Killzy has to overcome a wide draw but he’s hit the line well in his last two. Include in exotics 5. Majestic Wings Fifth with a weight gain offset by a 3kg claim. 12. Albanjo finished among his last two.
How to play it: Imatruestar to win; Odd and Even: Split

Race 8 CLASS 3 HCP (1000m)

Good quality sprint for this class to the end. Smart local four year old 2. Outlaw hasn’t competed since a dominant off-speed CL2 victory on heavy ground last September, but he’s versatile in his running and has a strong new record. Looks pretty treated at the weights after the complaint.
Driven: pulled inward, 3. Just strolling is an imminent threat of a straight third win in the weaker class and has previously been competitive in back-to-back highway inclines. Underrated stablemate for the top pick 4. Trumped is above the odds of third parties. Both 7 Miss Kono, a BM 66 winner in a fast time two starts ago, and 8. Shortwho have strong records here at home go in trifectas and first fours.
How to Play: Outlaw to Win; Odd and Even: Split
BEST BETS: Race 5 (13) VALORIA; Race 6 (6) SEGUSO
BEST VALUE: Race 2 (2) SABIE PARK

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