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Ladies Bracelet Heat Night – She’s all Class is just that

08 / 09 / 2014 Article by: Damian Kawa
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Baron Impact (R1) should get punter’s off on the right note at the Tote racing Centre tonight. Trained by Bill McNally at Beaconsfield this young Collide pup raced away for an emphatic victory at Devonport at his only start beating Antivist by 2 ½ lengths who has since made the form look good winning himself. Buckle Up Scoot looks his main danger while Noble Magic & Neilina should be taken in the multiples.

She’s All Class (R5) is just that and should continue on her winning way in the first heat of the Steve King Ladies Bracelet. Jumping from two last week she jumped to the front recording 5.02 17.76 and a repeat of those should see her qualify for next week’s Final.
Mutiples should be taken around Pipstar, Dominator Girl and Hannah Boden.

Ireland’s Force (R6) looks just as hard to hold out in Heat Two jumping from the coveted red box. This Uk bred daughter of Kinloch Brae put the writing on the wall last week with a strong all the way victory over the 600m camping on the back of Wynburn Loco and running away to win by 4 ½ lengths. Wynburn Loco with the benefit of last week’s run will be the hardest to beat while Hobart Invitation performer That Was Then and Mick Louth’s youngster High Sierra look well in for the multiples.

 

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