Dubbo – Race 2 1.15pm AEST
I have no idea why Blue Collar Boy is available at such a big price and he is well and truly over the odds at $13. He raced well during his Summer campaign and he is a horse that generally produces his best form fresh. He will need at some luck in running from the wide barrier draw, but he is still a great each-way bet.
Dubbo – Race 3 1.50pm AEST
Jaytee’s The Fox returned to the races with an impressive victory at Wagga and a repeat of that effort would make him very tough to beat. The wide barrier draw isn’t ideal, but he does get back in the run anyway and he has the turn-of-foot required to finish over the top of his rivals.
Dubbo – Race 5 3.00pm AEST
Joey’s Destiny returned to the races with a dominant five lengths win at Dubbo last start and a repeat of that effort would make him very tough to beat. His record at Dubbo is nothing short of outstanding, he has three wins from six starts at the venue, and the $5 currently available is excellent value.
Dubbo – Race 8 4:52pm AEST
He has drawn horribly, but I’m backing Gauguin to overcome barrier 20 and win the Dubbo Cup. He has recorded two wins from his past three race starts at Canterbury and this is a genuine drop in class. He has the speed to take up a forward position from the wide gate and there is no doubt that he is the class galloper in this field.
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