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Our Warrnambool Horse Racing Tips for Tuesday’s meeting.

Flying Agent (Warrnambool Race 6 No. 3)

There are several good mud runners in the Brierly Steeplchase field this year and with the track currently rated as a heavy 9 this eight-year-old looks the best pick. He won a maiden steeplechase over this 3450m distance at this track by 17 lengths back in July, won a 4000m Ballarat Hurdle by 19 Lengths on a heavy 10 in August and comes off a 2.25 length win over a 3200m hurdle race at Hamilton on a soft 6 on 4 April. The topweight Bit Of  A Lad is also a good mud runner and won this race in 2019, but he extra 5kg he has to carry will take its toll.


Each Way

Villa Villekula (Warrnambool Race 9 No. 13):

This four-year-old gelding trained by Patrick Payne has two wins and two places from nine starts, including a win on heavy going. He settled well back then ran on strongly for 0.3 length 4th in a bunched finish over 1400m at Pakenham Park on 18 February, then had an eight week let-up before driving hard for a 1.5 length win over 1170m at Wangaratta on 15 April. Looks worth an each-way bet.


Best Lay

New York Baby (Warrnambool Race 5 No. 7):

This two-year-old Written Tycoon filly trained by Leon and Troy Corstens is the early favourite in the VOBIS Gold Strike for two-year-olds over 1000m. Like most of the field she is unraced and with no form to go on I am leaning towards the couple of runners who have raced before, including one who won on slow going. I am prepared to risk her at the short price.


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Race 1

3 Field Of Lights
5 Lord Goldberg
2 Dewrinkler
8 Out And Dreaming

Race 2

10 Wil John
9 Under The Bridge
2 Annunciate
5 Just You

Race 3

8 Mawaany Machine
5 Gravistas
6 Jimmy’s Secret
11 Zoffany Rocket

Race 4

8 Bubbly Lass
12 Perfect Zed
3 Finneas
13 Sixtyfourth Street

Race 5

2 Cardigan Queen
1 Dueastar
7 New York Baby
9 Rioyuki

Race 6

3 Flying Agent (BB)
1 Bit Of A Lad
9 Mr Coyne
2 Police Camp

Race 7

14 Minola
5 Budd Fox
4 Savvy Lad
12 Cernan

Race 8

7 Chantrea
12 Duke Of Plumpton
9 Fifth Position
11 Strategic Phil

Race 9

8 La Vina
5 Realeza
13 Villa Villekulla
15 Shezawitness

Race 10

9 Sacred Palace
11 Show Some Decorum
2 Moor Wanted
13 Vancity Gem

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