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Australian Racing: Fall For Cindy primed for Warwick Farm win

There are six meetings set to take place on Wednesday including at Warwick Farm.

Race 6 Warwick Farm 

Fall For Cindy @ 2.10

Race 7 Sale 

Esseffninety @ 6.50

Race 6 Northam 

She’s Our Witness @ 4.40

Cindy for Warwick Farm glory

The sixth race at Warwick Farm is an interesting looking 1400m Benchmark 72 handicap for fillies & mares.

The race, set to take place on a good 4 track, has attracted a field of 11 with top weight FALL FOR CINDY expected to head the market.

Trained by John O’Shea, the filly has won at this level in the past when successful over 1550m on a soft 5 track at Randwick Kensington back in April.

The four-year-old has been tried at Group level in the past, including when 10th in the 2000m Group 2 The Roses at Doomben in May.

The daughter of Sacred Falls was spelled following that effort and came within half-a-length of making a winning return to action when runner-up at Rosehill on 27th September.

That Rosehill effort came at this level in a 1300m event on a good 4 track and, with a top jockey in James McDonald, she is expected to prove hard to beat from barrier four. 

Ninety for Sprinters Cup success 

Rich Lover is expected to have his supporters ahead of Heat 2 of the Valley Sprinters Cup Series at Sale.

The race, due to be staged over 1110m as a Benchmark 64 handicap and the penultimate race on an eight-race card, has seen 12 runners declared.

Trained by Pat Carey & Harris Walker, the gelding delivered an impressive victory to score by nearly five lengths over 1100m, in a maiden on the synthetic track at Pakenham in August.

The four-year-old followed that up with a last of seven, beaten two-and-a-half-lengths when attempting to employ similar tactics over 1300m at Sandown Hillside.

The son of Rich Enuff has shown his best form on synthetics to date and looks opposable in this contest. 

ESSEFFNINETY is the pick on this occasion with jockey Blaike McDougall taking the ride on the I Am Invincible filly.

The selection has a wide alley to overcome but showed good form in delivering a near three-length victory in a 1000m maiden at Cranbourne last month.

The four-year-old was making her first start of 2023 that day, having shown ability in two starts in maiden company last year, including when third over 1000m at Mornington just over a year ago.

The extra 110m the filly tackles here shouldn’t pose any issues and she is taken to complete a double. 

Witness to triumph at Northam

The longest race on the Northam card is a 2200m Benchmark 54+ handicap, which is set to take place as the sixth race of the day.

Lord Randolph looks to hold strong claims following a fourth when contesting a 2100m Class 1 handicap at Belmont Park last month.

The four-year-old lost his place prior to staying on well that day and acquitted himself well over this trip when racing from the front in an Ascot Listed contest in March.

However, SHE’S OUR WITNESS is preferred, racing off a low weight here despite winning by four lengths over this trip at Belmont Park on 25th September.

Regular pilot Laqdar Ramoly, on board that day, is again in the saddle here following that triumph in a six runner Benchmark 46+ handicap held on a good 4 track.

Trained by Fenella Martin, the five-year-old mare arrives here in good form and, having won at this venue in the past, is taken to complete a double. 

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