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Australian Racing: Love And Light to shine at Warwick Farm

There are six meetings set to take place on Wednesday, including metro fixtures from Sandown Hillside and Warwick Farm.

Race 6 Sandown Hillside

Face The Jury @ 7.50

Race 2 Warwick Farm

Love And Light @ 3.80

Race 8 Ipswich

Jimmy Neutron @ 71.00

Jury facing Sandown success

The Peter Moody-trained Cotel looks likely to jump as favourite for the sixth race on the Sandown Hillside card.

The race concerned is a 1000m Benchmark 70 handicap for fillies & mares.

With a soft 5 surface expected the three-year-old should have no issues with the going given she debuted with a win on a soft 7 track at Caulfield in July last year.

The daughter of Charge Forward showed up well when runner-up in an 1100m handicap at Flemington on her penultimate start.

A step up in grade to Listed company followed with the filly finishing seventh in the Listed A.R. Cresswick Stakes over 1200m at Flemington at the start of the month.

Cotel looks opposable here, with impressive last start maiden winner FACE THE JURY looking up to delivering a victory from close to the speed.

The four-year-old put nearly four-and-a-half-lengths between herself and her rivals when contesting a 14-runner 1100m maiden on a soft 6 track at Sale earlier this month.

Trained by Gavin Bedggood, the 7.50 pick has a fair draw in eight here and, while she has raced prominently of late, the daughter of Star Witness is a versatile type tactics-wise.

Carleen Hefel’s one-and-a-half-kilogram claim is helpful here and the filly looks capable of delivering a victory stepping up in grade.

Waterhouse & Bott show the Love

LOVE AND LIGHT showed plenty of ability on debut and she is taken to break her maiden at the second attempt in the second race on the Warwick Farm card.

The 1100m maiden plate has attracted a field of 16, with the 3.80 selection having made her debut when runner-up in a maiden at Wyong earlier this month.

The daughter of Capitalist had won a couple of barrier trials prior to that Wyong effort, including when victorious over 801m at this venue in May.

The training team of Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott boast an impressive 33% strike-rate (5/15) here this season and their representative is taken to help them enhance that when stepping up in distance.

Neutron to triumph at Ipswich

Derry Grove placed first up in his last spell and he is expected to have his supporters ahead of the penultimate race on Ipswich’s nine-race card.

The 1100m Class 2 set weights contest is set to take place on a soft 5 surface, with the gelding having ended his last spell with a down the field effort in a Doomben Class 3 over 1050m in April.

The winner of a barrier trial from two starts in such races since James Orman’s mount has drawn the rail, but JIMMY NEUTRON is preferred here.

Trained by Jeff Dunn, the gelding has shown good form in two starts since returning from a spell and dropping back to sprinting.

The 71.00 pick returned with a solid third when contesting a Benchmark 58 handicap at Lismore on June 20th.

A step up to metro racing followed, with the gelding acquitting himself well in finishing just over two-and-a-half-lengths third in a Class 2 handicap over 1000m a soft 6 track.

The son of Red Element is a versatile type tactics-wise and his rider will have options in that regard from barrier nine.

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