Horse Racing Tips: Best Bets for Tamworth with Shane O’Cass

Daily Telegraph Form Analyst Shane O’Cass is betting on doing his best and running the rules in every race for Tamworth.

Form: Fill out a thoroughbred NSW Racing form, including video replays and everything you need to know about each horse, jockey and trainer. Find the winner here!




The light-running filly from Dandil, who has a couple of places in Newcastle and a recent start to finish fourth at Muswellbrook on his resume, is close to winning.


Race 3, #3: LOVE RAT

Dropped out after a moderate debut here back in mid-February. Better than that and the tests were accurate for a bold claim.


Race 7, #13: CANALAIDA

A handsome and thus somewhat typical son of Adelaide. Has an X factor of medium size about it. Enough to impress here without a doubt.


Race 5: 3,6,10,11

Race 6: 1,2,3,4

Race 7: 3,5,13

Race 8: 6.10


Aaron Bullock has enough horsepower (apart from scratches at the races this morning) to take the test of the TAB Jockeys Challenge.



Oakfield Redgum is a filly with a future, of course, when she runs a mile and maybe even 2400 meters. She has the pedigree to breed this fat Dandil creature from the Dunyuin mare, who was herself the daughter of naturalism. Oakfield Redgum is third here, she might like 1600m, but she’s good enough to handle it. Riley Park is a hundred times better than the Gunned would suggest. Probably now he wants 1400m. James Bester’s Kia Ora Mare Angel Sistina is close to a belated victory.

Bet: Oakfield Redgum (win)


Sharkosfera is an athletics mare who has always shown herself a little. She almost broke her maiden in the opening, and although she didn’t win in her next four starts, she ran well in all of them (without the first one). Just a formulaic thing with her; she needs pace and a clear crack in them. This has to be the easiest race Alegna has ever competed in. Not to say it’s “easy” of course, but it’s a step down from some of the girls she’s fought in her short career. It would be wise to skip the first performance of Chikendo here.

Bet: Sharcosphere will win, Kinella 6.11


The Love Rat is a rather striking type of prolific stallion, Love conquers all. This Cody Morgan-trained gelding started at $7 when he finished eighth out of 14 in his only start, which was here at home on February 11th. No doubt his length is longer and he looked pretty good in the deep 4-man run at Skåne. recently . Caroline Bay is trained by Chris Lees and is the granddaughter of Shindig, one of several winners of the Coolmore Classic owned by his father Max. Down in class and up in experience. The Russian standard is fast, but not very reliable.

Bet: Love the Rat to win


Ostracized remained safe at $4.20 when he resumed play despite running into his then undefeated stablemate Le Melody. Ostracized attempted to go with Le Melody but were undefeated, finishing four lengths behind in fourth place. There is nothing to be ashamed of, and he will be better prepared for the walk. Scarzel has the shape of the Golden Shoe. Well, only if you think 11 lengths 11 out of 12 to stay inside in the 1000 m handicap for 2 years passes as “slipper uniform”. To be serious and fair to Scarzel, he has been very good since leaving Sydney for the bushes. Emissive has claims and a fascinating pedigree; his grandmother is Jezabel.

Bet: Cast out to win


Exolay races at Tari on Tuesday but this race is really a peach for the Exosphere filly, although it is 14m shorter than Tari’s race. Looking at her drawing, you’d think she’d need every inch of a mile to reel them in, but at the end of the day, she’s probably the most talented horse in the race. Lady Audrey was nominated for the same race in Tari, the course and distance of which was recently won by her team five-long girl. Will the Starboard Light become more comfortable to race? Perhaps so. Cliffs Of Moher has a claim.

Bet: Exolay to win


Tiempe Passate is the blueblood daughter of I Am Invincible by the mare Redoute’s Choice etc. She was with Cody Morgan the last two of the eight starts of her career. Her debut at Morgan was borderline heroic—mark it as a moral victory. Won for real here July 8; drawing is terrible, but she might just be better than them. The mediaman had a better race than it seems on paper at the last start. Has a good draw (1) and possibly third place. Global Encounter – in Makhtoum’s colors – has a bad draw, but a lot of talent. Afewchoicewords and Oakfield Hibiscus are in the medal.

Bet: Tiempe Passate (win), Media Man (place)


Kanalaida is a flamboyant son of his flamboyant father, Adelaide. If you look at his pedigree, he should be tuned to the Melbourne Cup with manufacturers like Starcraft, Sadler’s Wells, Law Society and Mossborough. You can imagine that they will get him a mile into this training at least, but you can see how late he ambushed these others. Lonely Power made good progress in their six starts, including a third at Newcastle, taking first place behind a comfortable Rocstar Boy. Dasha, standing on the highway, did not win below 1300 m, but here everything can change.

Bet: Kanalaide (win)


Casino Lord has a very good record in terms of the number of strikes: 12 starts, three wins and five places next to his name. By far the most compelling, no, exciting statistic is that he has raced the same track and distance five times, scoring three wins and one second. On top of that, he ran some huge races on a couple of downtown highways. Very Sharp isn’t as sharp at the start, but it’s razor sharp at the end. We know the Casino Lord will be here late, and perhaps Bucko and Very Sharp will be with him. Highlights and Into The Fire are the best of the rest.

Bet: Casino Lord to win, quinella 6.10