|Where||Hawkesbury Race Club – Racecourse Rd, Clarendon NSW 2756|
|When||Thursday, September 9, 2021|
|First Race||1:35pm AEST|
HorseBetting’s New South Wales form analyst brings you his best bets and quaddie numbers for the seven-race program at Hawkesbury this Thursday. The track is rated a Soft 5, and the rail is out 3m from the 1100m to the 450m and set true for the remainder of the course. The first race is set to jump at 1:35pm AEST.
Hawkesbury Best Bet: Kallos
The shortest-priced favourite of the day comes up in race three as a pretty smart colt resumes. Kallos has had just three starts to date, all in metropolitan Melbourne, where he notably placed fourth to General Beau and Anamoe in the Group 3 Blue Diamond Colts & Geldings Prelude at the start prior to finishing runner-up to Tycoon Humma in the Listed Festival Stakes. James Cummings now brings his three-year-old son of Medaglia d’Oro back to provincial level for the first time, and he will race in maiden grade after two good trials including a narrow second at this track on August 23. James McDonald will do the steering from barrier seven, which should see the colt settle in a handy spot in the first half of the field and be able to produce a good turn of foot late. This is shaping to be an easy watch for favourite backers.
Next Best at Hawkesbury: Three Wise Men
Any time a maiden galloper is thrown into the deepest of deep ends, we know the trainer must have a fair opinion of their steed, and that is the case here with Ed Cummings’ Three Wise Men. The son of Divine Prophet has only had four starts, with the most recent of those coming in the Group 1 J.J. Atkins Stakes at Eagle Farm in June. While the margin to the winner was just over 10 lengths, Converge streeted his rivals by over three lengths, with very handy gallopers Giannis, Tiger Of Malay and Invisible Tears putting another couple of lengths on the rest of the field as well, so the official figures probably don’t give Three Wise Men’s run the full credit it deserves. The three-year-old gets back to maiden company at provincial level and should carry enough residual fitness from the winter to be competitive first-up at 1300m. Hugh Bowman goes on from barrier seven and is likely to get back on the gelding before finishing strongly over the top.
Best Value at Hawkesbury: Tycoon Hallie
Brad Widdup and Jay Ford will team up in the opening race of the day as classy mare Tycoon Hallie looks to make it back-to-back wins. The daughter of Written Tycoon resumed as a half-length winner at this track on August 19 over 1300m when defeating Different Strokes, who has since broken through in style at Gosford last Thursday. This four-year-old ran second in maiden company on the Kensington track back in March and then found the Group 3 Adrian Knox a touch too difficult when finishing last, although she was found to be slow to recover from that race. She went back to the trials in July, winning at Rosehill over 1030m and performing well at Wyong before coming out and winning first-up. The rise to 1600m is bound to suit, while barrier nine should see her in the back half of the field again and running on. If she has improved from her first-up win, the $6 looks over the odds.
Hawkesbury quaddie tips for September 9, 2021
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