Daily Racing Tips – Tuesday 16th November

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Wyong - Race 2 12:50pm AEDT

No. 1 Go Gazza

Go Gazza gets out to his preferred trip where he is hoping to keep his unblemished record intact.

The four-year-old by Foxwedge is a two-time track and distance winner over 1600m at Wyong and looks set to peak now third-up from a spell.

He’ll have to do it tough under 62kg’s, but he’s proven on rain-affected ground and should be doing his best work late with Tommy Berry in the irons.

Wyong - Race 6 3:25pm AEDT

No. 4 Sweet Ruby

Sweet Ruby showed plenty of improvement in her second-up assignment when runner up at Gosford over the same journey.

She was strong to the line after overcoming a wide run in transit and should appreciate some sting out of the track in her first start at Wyong.

The class of Hugh Bowman helps her cause, and the pair will likely try and make their own luck on speed.

Wyong - Race 7 4:05pm AEDT

No. 5 Coal Crusher

Coal Crusher has been a consistent customer since he arrived on the scene back in May.

Joseph Pride’s four-year-old hasn’t missed the money in six attempts and was super impressive winning his maiden by nearly 1.5L at Orange first-up last month.

He’s since gone on to run second at Kembla Grange and his two starts over this trip last time in suggest he’s a definite 1200m horse.

Fitter and with some decent wet track form, I’m happy to have him on top.

Wyong - Race 8 4:40pm AEDT

No. 5 Emilette

Emilette looks set to peak third-up following a last-start third at Muswellbrook over shorter.

Her form during the autumn doesn’t read all that great, but she had plenty going against her in terms of wide barriers.

She’s drawn to get the gun run along the rail with the apprentice claim put to good use, and her wet track form suggests she’ll appreciate any sting out of the ground.