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Our Gosford Horse Racing Tips for Wednesdays meeting.

Kooled (Gosford Race 1 No. 1)
This three-year-old Frosted gelding trained by Team Hawkes has one place from his two starts. On debut he chased hard and just missed for 0.1 length 2nd over 1200m at Canterbury on a heavy track with the best overall race sectionals. At his second start he went to Melbourne for the Group 2 Sires Produce where he finished 3.9 lengths 9th over 1400m at Flemington on 6 March, before a 26 week spell. He has won both lead-up trials and looks a big chance here.


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A Very Fine Red (Gosford Race 5 No. 8):
This three-year-old Deep Field filly trained by Mark Newnham has one win and one place from her three starts. After winning a Hawkesbury maiden on debut she was run down late for 0.9 length 4th in the Group 2 Percy Sykes Stakes over 1200m at Randwick on 17 April, then was spelled for 18 weeks. She resumed for 3.3 lengths 3rd on a heavy track over 1100m at Kensington on 25 August and looks a great each-way chance back to a good track.


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Mayfair Spirit (Gosford Race 3 No. 1):
This five-year-old Charm Spirit gelding trained by Ciaron Maher & David Eustace has six wins and five places from 22 starts and is the early favourite in this BM 72 handicap over 1900m. When resuming after 39 weeks she ran on strongly out wide for 0.4 length 4th over 1615m at Sale on 25 July, then got too far back before running on for 5.7 lengths 8th over 2000m at Kembla Grange on 14 August. She tends to get well back and I’m prepared to risk her here.


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Race 1

1 Kooled
6 Wolfburn
8 California Surreal
9 Fangirl

Race 2

7 Shibli
8 Solar Apex
4 Canyonero
1 Margie Bee

Race 3

3 Kuzco Lad
5 Unamerican
4 Austrata
1 Mayfair Spirit

Race 4

2 Fifteen Aria
8 Mascherata
4 Head On Up
3 Pippali

Race 5

7 Park Avenue
8 A Very Fine Red
2 Selburose
1 Zoushack

Race 6

8 Waihaha Falls
6 Loch Lomond
4 Not Another Reiby
5 Son Of Sampson

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