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Our Newcastle Horse Racing Tips for Fridays meeting.

Feature races are the Group 3 Newcastle Gold Cup (race 7), Group 3 Tibbie Stakes (race 6) and Group 3 Cameron Handicap (race 8).

Capital Reign (Newcastle Race 4 No. 4)
This three-year-old Capitalist gelding trained by Gary Portelli has three wins and a place from four starts. He showed good speed to lead and was challenged soon after straightening but found another gear in the last 200m and sprinted clear for a soft all the way win over 900m at Scone on 12 August, then he crossed over to lead on the rails and held on for a 0.9 length win over 1007m at Taree on 27 August. A very speedy youngster who should be hard to beat over the 900m sprint.


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Each Way

Bring The Ransom (Newcastle Race 6 No. 3):
This five-year-old Sebring mare trained by Bjorn Baker has six wins and three places from her 21 starts. She kept chasing to prevail in the final stages to win by 0.2 length over 1400m at Kembla Grange on 14 August with the best last 400m race sectional, then she kept chasing for 0.2 lengths 2nd in the Listed Mona Lisa Stakes over 1350m at Wyong on 3 September. Goes well on softer going and looks a nice each-way bet.


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Silhouette (Newcastle Race 1 No. 4):
This four-year-old Teofilo mare trained by James Cummings has one win and three places from 10 starts and is the early favourite in this 3Y&4YO BM 68 handicap over 1600m. She came from well back in the field for 1.4 lengths 2nd over 1250m at Kensington on 18 August, with the best overall race sectionals, then was looking for a run on straightening and got clear at the 150m to finish 2.5 lengths 6th over 1300m at Kensington on 1 September. Doesn’t win out of turn and doesn’t offer value at the short price.


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Race 1

6 Akahata
4 Silhouette
5 Conegliano
1 Van Gogh

Race 2

1 Yearning
5 Left Reeling
4 Charity Spirit 
9 Danzette

Race 3

8 Akhtar
3 Statesmanship
2 Elected
1 King Of Hearts

Race 4

4 Capital Reign (BB)
2 Malahat
7 Mr Polar 
5 The Neon Knight

Race 5

8 Eyes To Eye 
3 Dhakuri
9 Amore
2 Cordyceps Miracle

Race 6

4 Great News
2 More Prophets 
3 Bring The Ransom
1 Charleise 

Race 7

6 Harpo Marx
3 Berdibek
9 Criminal Code 
8 Sweet Thomas

Race 8

5 Frosty Rocks
3 Rock
4 Duais 
8 Sky Lab

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Horse Racing Tips : VIC Saturday 27th November 2021

Best Bets Our Caulfield Horse Racing Tips for Saturday 27th November 2021. Steinem (Caulfield Race 5 No. 9) Four year old daughter of Frankel who has two wins and a placing from seven starts.  She was a good second here two starts ago, then just got too far back in the Group 1 Empire Rose last start where she charged to the line late.  Capable of settling a pair or two closer from the good gate in this.  Go well. $3.10 Each Way

Horse Racing Tips : WA Wednesday 24th November 2021

Best Bets Our Belmont Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Trevern (Belmont Race 4 No. 1) This four-year-old Snippetson gelding trained by Jim Taylor has two wins and five places from 10 starts. He led throughout and won by 0.7 length over 1100m at Northam on 27 September, then was grabbed on the line for 0.1 length 2nd over 1200m at Ascot on 2 November. Has a lot of early speed and is going well this preparation. Should win again. $2.80 Each Way

Horse Racing Tips : SA Wednesday 24th November 2021

Best Bets Our Balaklava Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Spectacle  (Balaklava Race 5 No. 4) This four-year-old Teofilo mare trained by Tony & Calvin McEvoy has a win and three places from nine starts. She fought hard to the 50m when her run ended and she finished 2.2 lengths 4th over 1400m at Ballarat on 21 October, then chased steadily out wide for 3.4 lengths 8th over 1700m at Flemington on 4 November. Gets the blinkers back on and looks the leading contender back to BM 62

Horse Racing Tips : QLD Wednesday 24th November 2021

Best Bets Our Doomben Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Go Wandji (Doomben Race 2 No. 2) This four-year-old Wandjina gelding trained by Tom Dougall has five wins and two places from seven starts. He took over at the 150m and dashed away for a 4.5 length win over 1350m at Doomben on 23 October, then hit the front at the 250m for a 1.75 length win over 1400m at Eagle Farm on 6 November. Looking for a hat-trick here and it's hard to see anything beating him.


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