Mount Gambier

  • Rail Position: True
  • Track Conditions: GOOD 4
  • Track Comments: Mount Gambier is a tricky turning track with a dog leg half way down the home straight. It favours leaders as a rule and locally trained horses are also advantaged.

Race 2, No. 0

King Hamish can lead from Saucy Mary with Hasta la Gerry and Redeeka not far away. The Ricky Bruhn-trained No. 7 REDEEKA put in a very good showing on debut at Naracoorte on February 26 when he finished second behind Subject to Change over 1100m. This son of Bianconi is sure to be improved by that run and he has found a very suitable race to break through in. He looks very hard to beat. No. 9 Saucy Mary led everywhere bar the post two starts ago at Camperdown, when she went down narrowly behind Cullinan. She then went to Warrnambool, where she did some work early before battling away solidly behind Moodhilla. Her recent form is definitely good enough for her to be highly competitive here. She looks the main danger. No. 5 Action in Rio is an unraced son of Captain Rio from the astute Michael O’Leary stable. He hasn’t been seen at the official trials so the betting will be the best guide. He must be respected.

Race 3, No. 0

Conidel should be untroubled for the lead from Kill Bill and Vernon. No. 1 CONIDEL can get back into the winners stall after being narrowly defeated by the very talented Sandhill Warrior last time out at Naracoorte over 1200m. Prior to that he defeated Kill Bill by more than two lengths at this track and distance on January 24. The 1.5kg claim for Emily Finnegan is a big plus as is the fact he will be able to lead and control the race. He looks very hard to hold out. No. 3 Kill Bill led all the way last start at Naracoorte when he easily accounted for Statue of Glory and Helandy in a BM 72 over 1200m on soft ground. Lee Creek has got this horse racing very well and again he looks the main threat to Conidel. No. 2 No Tricks is a very talented horse who is dropping back in class and distance on the back of her last two runs at Warrnambool and Caulfield. Ethan Brown takes 3kg off her back, which is a bonus and if she has freshened up well she is sure to be in the finish.

Race 6, No. 0

She’s Delicious should lead from Little Pearla and Night News. No. 1 BUNUMBERT, on the back of his last two runs, looks ready to win. First-up he ran third behind Statue of Glory and Churchilla at this track and distance before going to Penola on January 14 and running second again behind Statue of Glory. He will have now reached peak fitness and Josh Cartwright can have this Bob Post-trained galloper in a good spot just behind the speed. Watch for him to be strong late. No. 7 Mista Holyfield was very well backed and duly saluted when winning his maiden at this track and trip last campaign before going to Morphettville and being competitive in a strong 3YO BM 64 race won by Husheen. He is first-up today so the betting will again be a guide. He has Matthew Neilson in the saddle which is an added bonus. If there is money for him he is sure to race well. No. 2 King Kaviar was strong to the line at Ararat over 1100m last time out when he broke his maiden status. If he can reproduce that form again he is sure to be in the money in this.

Race 1, No. 0

Leg 1) 1,2,3,5

Leg 2) 1,2,7

Leg 3) 1,3,5

Leg 4) 2,3,4,6

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