Taree - Race 3 3:05pm AEDT
Our Brother George showed an impressive turn-of-foot to win on debut at Taree and he is clearly a horse with plenty of upside. He has obviously had issues as he is a five-year-old with only one race start, but if he can match his debut he go close in what is far from the strongest race.
Taree - Race 5 4.15pm AEDT
This is an incredibly open race and there is no a great deal of form. Dee You See Kay has recorded two wins from four starts over 1000 metres and on her best form does have an edge over the rest of this field. The step-up in trip to 1000 metres does suit and this is her chance to return to winning form.
Taree - Race 6 4.50pm AEDT
Kopite won at Taree two starts ago and she was not disgraced at Wyong last time that she was seen at the races. She does look extremely well-placed at this level and if she is able to produce anything like her best form is clearly the horse to beat in this field.
Taree - Race 7 5:25pm AEDT
It has been a while between wins for Bochy, but he has always been a horse with some ability and this is far from the strongest race. Kris Lees has an excellent strike-rate when he sends horses to tracks like Taree and the $7.50 currently on offer is well and truly over the odds.