|Where||Hawkesbury Race Club – Racecourse Rd, Clarendon NSW 2756|
|When||Tuesday, October 26, 2021|
|First Race||1:20pm AEDT|
HorseBetting’s New South Wales racing analyst brings you his best bets and quaddie picks for the eight-race provincial program at Hawkesbury on Tuesday afternoon. The track is rated a Good 4, and the rail is out 3m from the 1100m to the 450m and true for the remainder of the course. The opening race of the day is set to jump at 1:20pm AEDT.
Hawkesbury’s Best Bet – Field Wiri
Richard & Michael Freedman saddle up their last-start winner, Field Wiri, in the second race of the day over 1100m. The Deep Field filly has had just three career starts and broke her maiden status last time out at Newcastle over 900m, winning by a length. The three-year-old should relish getting out over a little bit further now, given how well she pulled away from her rivals late. Field Wiri has raced at Hawkesbury once, running fourth on debut to the talented Gleneagles, which is very good form for this. Drawn wide in barrier seven, Tommy Berry is likely to ride the filly quietly and look for cover before letting her rip down late. We thought she would have been shorter in the market.
Next Best Bet – Depiction
Tommy Berry has a good book of rides on Tuesday and looks to be a great chance of riding at least a double when he partners James Cummings’ three-year-old Depiction. The son of Exceed And Excel won his maiden at Newcastle two starts ago, leading all of the way over 1200m to win by five lengths, before going to Rosehill, where he was beaten by a bee’s appendage to unbeaten galloper Snitzonfire, who has won again since. Barrier seven could throw up a slight query, but if the gelding can get to the front easily enough again, control the race and show his strong kick, he should be justifying the odds-on quote in the penultimate race. Staying at 1300m looks a winning move for Depiction in his quest to win his second race.
Best Value At Hawkesbury – Katgully Red
Seven-year-old gelding Katgully Red returns to the races on Tuesday on the back of a short spell. The Jenelle Butler-trained son of Haradasun was racing well last campaign at metropolitan level in Highway races, so a replica of some of those efforts will have him in the finish here. The gelding is a first-up winner in the past, albeit only once from five first-up attempts, but it is proof that he can go well fresh. He has had two looks around the tighter Hawkesbury track for a third and a fourth, which is handy enough. Two starts back, Katgully Red ran fifth at Rosehill over 1200m and was beaten by two lengths, while the runner-up, Patino Ruby, has since been beaten only four lengths in The Kosciuszko. Andrew Adkins will hopefully roll forward from barrier six, which could make the pair hard to catch over the 1100m.
Tuesday quaddie tips for Hawkesbury
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