Our analyst has reviewed the sectional times, ratings & replays from last Saturday’s Hawkesbury meeting & has placed five horses you must follow in our black book below.

Mitch Beer’s under-rated sprinter enjoyed the sting out of the ground when he finished fourth in the Hawkesbury Gold Rush. He finished on strongly after getting well back from his outside barrier. Racing NSW Stewards noted he was held up for a run at the 200m mark.


Racing NSW stewards noted that he was held up from the 400m mark up until 200m to go in the same race. Was able to
run on and finish third once he secured a clear run to finish 2.2 lengths from his stablemate
Parisal. He will be fitter with the run and will be in the finish next start given a clear run.


He’s an underrated galloper. He followed his excellent effort in the Doncaster where he finished sixth with a gutsy performance to finish second in the Hawkesbury Gold Cup where he finished powerfully out wide to just fail to grab Just Folk. He’s better suited on a more spacious circuit.


Big effort to get up for a dead-heat as she was hampered at the 150m mark by third placegetter Highlights who shifted out abruptly at the 150m mark which certainly cost her victory as she baulked when she suffered the interference. A game effort from horse and rider Jett Stanley to take the gap. She’s in for a good winter.

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