THERE looks to be a few juicy priced horses to side with on the track this Tuesday.
We’ve picked through the form and found a couple of runners worth siding with.
There’s some big yards throwing their weight into this race and predictably they dominate the market.
It could therefore pay to side with course specialist Kingston Kurrajong.
He’s drawn nicely and won at this track in June off the same mark. Today he has 3lbs taken off by the impressive Jason Watson.
This five-year-old didn’t fire here last time out, but was still only beaten three lengths when never in the race from the rear.
This looks an easier race on paper and the handicapper has dropped him another couple of pounds, as well as 5lb claimer William Cox taking over.
He gets a better draw today and should be able to race more prominently. Double figure odds don’t do his chances justice here.
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David O’Meara’s five-year-old has been overlooked in this competitive handicap.
He ran a solid fourth last time and that is tip-top form at this grade. The winner was miles ahead of the handicapper and the third has won cosily since.
This is no easy task, and there’s a couple of lightly raced types lurking, but I’d be confident this former course and distance winner will go very close.