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Nowra Tips, Best Bets & Preview - Monday 19th July
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Nowra will host a seven race card this Monday. (Getty)
Nowra Tips - July 19
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Race 2 1:10pm AEST – No. 3 Good Deed
The Greg Hickman-trained four-year-old has yet to win from five starts but he should go close to breaking through here. He owns two placings and they both came in his first preparation. He showed enough ability when sixth fresh up at Nowra and maiden fields don’t get much easier than this.
There are no superstars in this field and it’s only a matter of time before he exits this grade. The son of Denman draws well in barrier two and he has handled heavy tracks in the past, so the deep conditions shouldn’t pose a problem.
Race 3 1:45pm AEST – No. 5 Single Honor
Single Honor improved significantly on his earlier form when running third at Hawkesbury last start and it should be a terrific form guide. The Freedman-trained two-year-old was only 1.2 lengths behind the winner and it was a strong maiden, so punters should be confident in his chances of success on Monday.
The son of Not a Single Doubt doesn’t have to do much work off the inside draw and he’s bred to handle the conditions. He is out of a New Zealand mare, so the heavy track should be right up his alley. The early betting support is a good sign after opening at $4, so expect more money to come his way on race day. Koby Jennings rides and that should give punters more confidence.
Race 5 2:55pm AEST – No. 8 Notions
Notions ran sixth on debut and has since changed stables from Kacy Fogden to Team Freedman. The two-year-old filly by Press Statement wasn’t too far behind a smart field and her trial form since has been mixed, but it includes a win at Gold Coast. Her last two trials came at Sunshine Coast and Canterbury, so the level of opposition has been there.
It’s good to see betting support since markets opened. She opened at $4.40 and there has been steady movement since, which inspires confidence. Barrier 12 won’t be an issue in the wet conditions and jockey Brodie Loy will likely settle just off the pace before finding the back of a runner going forward and finishing over the top.
Race 6 3:35pm AEST – No. 6 Miss Baltimore
Punters should be respecting Miss Baltimore, who comes off a win at Nowra. The Joe Pride-trained three-year-old handled conditions best to score by 2.5 lengths and she could be heading through the grades nicely this season. She paid $2 to win last start and punters get slightly better odds here, which is a bonus.
The daughter of Starspangledbanner has drawn ideally in barrier three and with fitness on her side, we fancy her chances of going back-to-back. Her odds have firmed from an opening quote of $2.80 and she could start as the odds-on favourite. It’s easily the hardest field she has faced to date, but the early signs are good and it could pay to lock in the odds available before they shorten.
Our four best bets from Nowra on Monday.
Best Bet: Good Deed Race 2 @240.00 at BetMGM - 1 Unit
Best Bet: Single Honor Race 3 @190.00 at PlaySugarhouse Sport - 4 Units
Best Bet: Notions Race 5 @290.00 at Caesars (Sport) - 2 Units
Best Bet: Miss Baltimore Race 6 @120.00 at bet365 Sport NJ - 5 Units