Racing preview: Tuesday, January 10

Photo credit: Courtney Ward.
Photo credit: Courtney Ward.

A strong line-up of race horses will head to Shoalhaven City Turf Club on Tuesday for their first meeting of 2017.

Metropolitan heavyweight Bjorn Baker, has four runners making the trip from their Warwick Farm stable.

New Zealand bred Allez Bien will have her third start and takes on fellow maiden runners in the maiden handicap over 1400 metres.

“Allez Bien is our best for the day, she probably needs the mile plus, but she’s going really well and the trip will suit her,” racing manager Jack Bruce said.

“She will get back from barrier 13.”

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We’ll try and knock-off a country race before we get her to the provincials, it should be an easy stepping stone for her, she’s still learning and raw to the racing game

Jack Bruce, racing manager.

Last start winner Bold Move will come out of barrier ten in the Ray White Nowra class 1 handicap over 1100 metres with Chad Lever on board.

“She’s had a freshen-up and we’ve taken her quietly,” Bruce said.

“We’ll try and knock-off a country race before we get her to the provincials, it should be an easy stepping stone for her, she’s still learning and raw to the racing game.”

Crystal Bear will try his luck in the Shoalhaven City Council benchmark 57 handicap over 1200 metres with Charles Bishop on board. While Mr Chow will attempt to break his maiden in the My Travel Expert Nowra maiden plate over 1100 metres.


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