Members Preview – Clubs in the Community PINK Race Day 6 July 2019
Race 1 Club NSW Maiden Plate 1400m
Super Pins has been placed in his only two starts and he should atone here.
He missed the start when runner up to a smart filly at Kemble last start and he will appreciate the 1400 metres
Mid Air rad been placed in the three of her four starts and she will be in the box seat from the barrier.
Skillet has a place chance
1 Super Pins 3 Mid Air 5 Skillet
Race 2 Beresfield Bowling Club Newcastle Nobbys Conditional Benchmark 70 Handicap
Purton bolded in first up for has new trainer at Quirindi last start
This is a stronger race but he will only carry 52.5 kilograms and he has a soft draw.
Achi Baba wasn’t beaten far in a much classed field last start and he has drawn well.
Smoodge is a last start winner with a chance
5 Purton 4 Achi Baba 6 Smoodge
Race 3 East Maitland Bowling Club Maiden Handicap 1200 Metres
Money Travels has a bad habit of missing the start however his last two wins at Gosford and Wyong have been full of merit
The longer trip and the by track are in his favour.
Atomic Sunrise is a big threat after a recent Randwick trial win. He was a lose fourth in his only start at Newcastle in December.
Arboreal was narrowly beaten here two starts back.
3 Money Travels 4 Atomic Sunrise 9 Arboreal
Race 4 Toronto Workers Maiden Plate 900m
Aloneinabaa is in a new stable and he won a recent trial by 5 lengths.
He raced okay in two starts for the Waterhouse–Bott stable and he could be too slick for these.
State of Freedom won a recent trial and Swordsman has a chance.
1 Aloneinabaa 11 State of Freedom 4 Swordsman
Race 5 Mex Club 2YO Maiden Plate 1200 Metres
This is a hot 2 year old event Aquitaine should have won at Canterbury two starts back and was again unlucky there last start.
Pixel Perfect found the 900 too short on debut here and the 1200 is ideal.
Papal Warrior was a close fourth at Canterbury first up and has a chance
10 Aquitaine 13 Pixel Perfect 7 Papal Warrior
Race 6 The Wests Group Class 1 Handicap 1500 Metres
Seel the Deel is very promising and he would have been a ‘good thing ‘beaten if he had not won on protest at Kemble last start.
The steps up to 1500 is a positive and he has 3 Kilogram claim for the promising apprentice.
Moana Jewel was slow away when close up at Hawkesbury last start.
The mare was narrowly beaten by a subsequent city winner on this track two starts back.
Dodecanese has a place chance.
1 Seel the Deal 2 Moana Jewel 6 Dodecanese
Race 7 Belmont 16s Class 2 Handicap 1300 Metres
Singing Sand is a strong finisher crying out for a big track.
She came from well back when she won at Wyong three starts back and has been close up in recent start at Canterbury and Wyong.
Verlan will be fitter for this first up run and she is a winner here.
Rockin’ Ruga could fill a place.
2 Singing Sand 3 Verlan 1 Rockin’ Ruga
Race 8 Club Macquarie Benchmark 64 Handicap 1860 Metres
Deliya beat a subsequent winner at Wyong last start over 1600.
She looks like she will stay and she will appreciate the long straight.
Deladies Boy wasn’t far away at Canterbury last start and Seeing Is Believing is consistent.
14 Deliya 1 Deladies Boy 3 Seeing is Believing