Horse Racing Tips : SA Saturday 16th January 2021

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Our Murray Bridge Racing Tips for Saturdays meeting.

Don’tdreamit’sover (Murray Bridge Race 1 No. 5)
This five-year-old gelding trained by Michael Hickmott has had eight starts for two wins and four places. He worked home strongly and won by 0.2 lengths over 1541m at Morphettville on 12 December, then chased strongly to share the lead at the 150m but was outgunned late for 0.3 length 2nd over 1600m at Morphettville on 18 December. Looks the one they have to beat.


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Lady Pavil Chenko (Murray Bridge Race 5 No. 8):
This four-year-old Shooting To Win mare has two wins and five places from 14 starts. She weakened right out in the straight to finish 11 lengths 8th over 1250m at Morphettville Parks on 3 October then had a 23 week break and resumed for 2.4 lengths 4th over 1100m at Gawler on 2 January where she was held up and flew home once clear. She has a good record at this track and looks a good each-way chance.


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Tibetan (Murray Bridge Race 6 No. 1):
This four-year-old gelding is the early favourite in this No metropolitan wins handicap over 1800m. He worked home solidly for 0.2, 0.4 lengths 3rd over 2000m at Morphettville on 19 September where he pulled up lame, then battled away for 3.5 lengths 4th over 1400m at Murray Bridge on 9 January. The 1.5 kg claim will help but he doesn’t represent value.


Race 1

5 Don’tdreamit’sover (BB)
1 Dexter You Devil
6 Cosmic Award
3 Safin

Race 2

6 Stan The Caddy
3 Serious Spender
5 Resurge
1 Farooq

Race 3

6 Echoes In Eternity
5 Daily Spirit
11 Spinola Bay
9 Point Blaze

Race 4

7 Bolt By
3 Investiture
10 Effortkat
13 Gogolf Guru

Race 5

2 Pindaric
8 Lady Pavil Chenko
9 Vindex
3 Our Deep Agenda

Race 6

4 Zoulah
1 Tibetan
8 It’s Magic
9 Rising Thunder

Race 7

1 Lord Vladivostok
4 Exalted Traveller
7 Li’l Hank
9 Heir of Tavistock

Race 8

8 Mrs Hyde
1 Heyington Station
6 Little Rich Boy
3 Calypso Reign

Race 9

3 Enigman
5 Tequila Time
8 Hint Of Mint
10 Ice Ghost

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