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Australian Racing: Visinari to get back on track

There are three meetings set to take place on Tuesday, including a bumper ten-race card at Warrnambool.

Race 8 Warrnambool

Visinari @ 4.00

Race 7 Gunnedah

Oh No Bro @ 7.50

Race 1 Thangool

Show And Go @ 1.55

Visinari to return to winning ways

Daytona Bay is expected to jump as favourite for the eighth race on the Warrnambool card.

The race in question is a 1700m handicap with a soft 6 track forecast.

Daytona Bay has delivered a number of solid efforts in defeat since making a winning four-year-old debut when triumphing by a narrow margin over 1400m at Sandown Lakeside in August.

That victory came over 1400m and while the gelding has failed to score in four subsequent starts he finished a close second in a Benchmark 85 event back at Sandown-Lakeside last time.

While the son of American Pharoah has acquitted himself well at a higher level in the past, the grader dropper VISINARI is preferred on this occasion.

Visinari was a four-time winner in 2022, including when victorious in Listed company over 1400m at Flemington in October of that year.

Spelled following a third in a 1600m Listed event at Cranbourne in November, the gelding failed to shine when tenth in a 1400m Group 3 at Flemington when resuming in March.

However, the pick took a step forward when beaten just under four lengths in finishing fifth back at Listed level at Bendigo at the start of last month.

Ben Melham’s mount should have no issues with barrier nine and down in grade looks capable of delivering a victory for the Mick Price & Michael Kent Jr team.

Bro goes for Gunnedah victory

The penultimate race on Gunnedah’s eight race card sees a big field go to post for a competitive looking 1400m Benchmark 58 handicap.

OH NO BRO has shown solid placed form at a lower level and is selected to deliver a victory having drawn a good barrier in six.

The pick showed good form at this level when winning by a narrow margin in a 1300m handicap event on a soft surface at Dubbo at the end of September.

The selection was making his debut for this stable on that occasion and returned to form with a third-place finish at Benchmark 50 level over this course and distance on his penultimate start.

A second place finish in a 1300m Benchmark 50 event at Narromine followed on April 20th and the hold-up performer looks capable of recording a victory under Jake Pracey-Holmes.

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Show ready to break maiden

The most valuable race on the Thangool card is the opening 1200m maiden plate, which has attracted a field of 12 with a soft 5 track forecast.

The experienced SHOW AND GO is expected to start favourite following a number of good efforts in a seven race career.

Those seven starts include second-place finishes in each of her last three starts, most recently when beaten half-a-length over 1100m at Mackay last month.

Trained by Clinton Taylor the pick has shown a liking for this venue in the past when half-a-length second in an 800m maiden on a good surface here in February.

Freshened since going down by half-a-length having tried to make all over 1100m at Mackay last month, the pick sets the standard on form here.

Justin P Stanley’s mount has a good barrier five off the rail and, with no obvious pace rival, is taken to make all the running to break her maiden at the eighth attempt.

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