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Tatura Race 7 (1000m) - Tue 20th Nov 2018

Tatura - VIC:

Showery
Track: Good (3)
Tatura Race 7
RUSHTON PARK (BM58)
Distance: 1000m
Race Time: 3:10 PM
Race Status: (Final) Closed
Race Comments:
COCO COUTURE draws to do no work and expect to lead, the testing material. ASHTRAIN won last start to break maiden at Echuca when first up, could threaten. SHEBAA gave nothing else a chance to win last start to break maiden at Stawell when resuming and has the speed to overcome drawing the widest barrier, quinella. TRIPLE SHOT came on to finish midfield last start at Albury on a soft track when resuming and both wins have come in the dry, chance to place.
Final Results Win Betting Place Betting
Result No. Runner Name Win Best Tote Place Mid Tote Place
1st 7 Coco Couture (1) 2.50 2.60 1.27 1.60
2nd 1 Ashtrain (4) 1.85 1.70
3rd 2 Triple Shot (7) 1.65 1.80
Exotic Combinations QLD VIC NSW
Quinella 7-1 7.10 7.10 7.10
Exacta 7-1 13.60 11.50 12.40
Trifecta 7-1-2 40.40 36.10 39.20
First Four 7-1-2-4 145.00 154.60 199.80
  Fixed Tote Win / Margin Details Quinella Betting Quinella Betting Exacta Betting Exacta Betting Trifecta Betting Trifecta Betting First Four Betting  
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Flucs Fixed Margin Win Place Best Tote Mid Tote Place Your Odds Fixed Tote Selection 1 Selection 2 Selection 1 Selection 2 Selection 1 (or boxed) Selection 2 Selection 1 (or boxed) Selection 2 Selection 1 (or boxed) Selection 2 Selection 3 Selection 1 (or boxed) Selection 2 Selection 3 Selection 1 (or boxed) Selection 2 Selection 3 Selection 4 Weight Jockey Form Full Flucs
9x1
1. Ashtrain (4)
J: Daniel Stackhouse
W: 60.5 kgs
2.9, 7, 5.5
5.50

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60.5kg DANIEL STACKHOUSE 9x1 2.9, 7, 5.5 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Coming off a win to break maiden at Echuca when first up. At least a place chance here.
10204
2. Triple Shot (7)
J: Jake Duffy
W: 60.5 kgs
2.9, 4.6
4.60

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4.60
60.5kg JAKE DUFFY 22x2910204 2.9, 4.6 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Finished strongly to end up midfield last start at Albury on a soft track when fresh. Likely to race on the speed and ran ninth at Corowa when last second-up. Should fight out the finish.
905x1
3. Reazon (5)
J: Jason Baldock
W: 58.5 kgs
17, 21
21.00

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58.5kg JASON BALDOCK 5x5x905x1 17, 21 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Coming off a win to break maiden at Deniliquin when fresh but up 5.5kg from last run. Outsider.
16x66
4. Shadow Looms (8)
J: Jarrod Fry
W: 58.5 kgs
20, 12
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58.5kg JARROD FRY 7274416x66 20, 12 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Finished in the middle of the pack last start at Kilmore and should run fitter for past attempts. Rough claims.
x2154
5. Thai Connection (6)
J: John Keating
W: 58.5 kgs
9, 13, 13, 12
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58.5kg JOHN KEATING 49576x2154 9, 13, 13, 12 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Let-up. Likely to race on the speed and won once this prep at Wangaratta three runs back. Looks tested.
42x30
6. The Peninsular (11)
J: Dean Yendall
W: 58.5 kgs
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58.5kg DEAN YENDALL 7123442x30 Scratched
4x250
7. Coco Couture (1)
J: Teodore Nugent
W: 58 kgs
5, 2.35, 2.5
2.50

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58kg TEODORE NUGENT 778364x250 5, 2.4, 2.5 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Faded to finish 10th last start at Echuca on a soft track. Generally races near the speed and should find the lead easily having drawn well. Leading hope.
23961
8. Shebaa (10)
J: Samuel Payne
W: 58 kgs
4.5, 9, 7.5
7.50

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58kg SAMUEL PAYNE 540x623961 4.5, 9, 7.5 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Led throughout for a dominant win last start to break maiden at Stawell when fresh and has the speed to overcome drawing the widest barrier. Expected to be right on the speed. A good chance.
1090x
9. Mamzelle Murdoch (10)
J: Arthur Robertson
W: 57 kgs
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57kg ARTHUR ROBERTSON 6x22x1090x Scratched
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10. Western Wow (9)
J: Robert Beattie
W: 56.5 kgs
41, 101
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56.5kg ROBERT BEATTIE 908121887x 41, 101 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Resumes after spell of 30 weeks and returns to shorter trip. Robert Beattie has had success aboard previously but appears safely held.
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11. Anacott Steel (3)
J: Ms Jessie Philpot
W: 54 kgs
26, 71
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54kg MS JESSIE PHILPOT x147320550 26, 71 Scratched
Runner Comments:
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12. Ragtime (2)
J: Lee Smith
W: 54 kgs
151, 71, 71, 101
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54kg LEE SMITH 57347090x3 151, 71, 71, 101 Scratched
Runner Comments:
Couldn't hold on and just missed last start at Healesville when resuming. Likely to race just off the speed and running 9kg lighter than last start. Place hope.
 
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7. Coco Couture
2.50
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Field (Any other runner)
1.35

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