2016 Doddi's Dash - Early Form Guide

September 27, 2016


Track: Wet, Cold & Salty


Likely field, but many yet to nominate!


Rod Baker  100-1

Stablemate of Graeme McAuslane, will be hard to pass if leading in the straight


Kirk Bamford 100-1

Mounting yard favourite, with good results over all distances, often in photo finish.


Mike Bennett  100-1

Money rider, better suited to a flat chlorine track, untested at this distance.


Deb Bloor  100-1

Should be fresh after racing in Bali, proven performer on a cold track


Jan Boddy 100-1

Consistent performer, with good barrier draw will be hard to catch.


Guy Boyce  100-1

Strong early morning track work, often races interstate


Karen Boyce  100-1

Excellent Sire and Dam, hard to beat over this distance


Deb Brown  100-1

Good form at recent Victorian meets, ran well at Albany


Wayne Cable  100-1

Good breeding, not fazed in this company, known to run wide


John Cahill  100-1

Irish connections, self-trained, could be a smoky


Greg Cockram  100-1

Steps up in this company, definitely one to watch


Hazel Cockram  100-1

Thoroughbred, only recently cleared to race, desperate for a win


Jenny Crake  100-1

Recent form has been impressive, responds to loose rein, looks good in silks


Steve Crake 100-1

Recent form in SA unknown, an also-ran certain to be swabbed if in the money


Jan Dunstan 100-1

Performs well in this company, travels well


Ann Ferguson  100-1

Early form uninspiring, new trainer has her showing promise in recent trials.


Stephen Ferguson  100-1

Topweight, recent improvement warrants a pre-race swab, better over 2 mile.


Gerry Green  100-1

Proven stayer, at his best when to going gets tough, worth a flutter if the track is rough


Rosemary Green  100-1

Endurance specialist, likely to protest


Susan Giles  100-1

Colourful racing identity, knows her way around a track 


Narelle Gilmore 100-1

Popular with trainers, always greets the judges


Glenda Hurtado  100-1

Best suited to a warm and flat track, may clean up


Wayne Hurtado  100-1

Most recent racing at country meets, could be a dark horse


Cathy Isbister  100-1

Well trained and improving, distance will suit. 


Ken Isbister  100-1

Better sprinter than stayer, with the right barrier draw this distance could suit


Paul Jacklin 100-1

Leaves nothing on the track, responds well to the whip


Brett Johnston  100-1

Maybe too much time in the paddock and not enough racing


Susan Johnston  100-1

Trains well, showing good form after a long spell from racing, can perform over any distance


Anne Marie Kerr  100-1

Racing again after a long spell, on the pace


Peter King 100-1

Better suited to a dry track, may struggle in the wet 


Joel Lewis 100-1

Only races when track conditions suit, fast out of the barrier


Michelle Marinovich 100-1

Yet to race this season, being held over for summer carnival


Graeme McAuslane  100-1

Stablemate of Rod Baker, returning from injury, possibly a bit proppy


Sue McDonald  100-1

Well known to the bookies, should attract the smart money


George Mills 100-1

Often trains under wraps and races well held, another possible smoky


Anwar Moreno  100-1

Promising colt, top international in the field, highly fancied by female punters


James Pattison 100-1

Yet to race this season, improving form in the trials


Barb Pellick  100-1

Proven stayer, will race irrespective of veterinary advice, better suited to 20 miles


Ken Phillips  100-1

Unusual for Stewards to race, should survive any protests, maybe worth an each way bet


David Ralph  100-1

Broke down in recent race, yet to recover last season form


Linda Ray 100-1

Possible scratching if track temperature is below 10 deg C, hard to beat if allowed to run on the rails


Ray Reynolds  100-1

Fresh from racing overseas, has the speed to overcome a bad start


Jennifer Rollin-Busby  100-1

Excellent filly, not to be underestimated


Erica Thomas  100-1

Stablemate of Ingrid, Good Group 1 weight for age record, recent fetlock problems may be an issue


Ingrid van der Wel  100-1

Stablemate of Erica, often in the money, will be hard to beat even from a wide barrier


Sara-Jane Walters 100-1

Improving form in recent trials, interrupted preparation should not be a problem


Pauline Wingate 100-1

Champion mare, unbackable favourite


Ivan Wingate 100-1

Depending on the vet report, may be put out to stud


Ian Wookey 100-1

Will be better after recent spell, runs well on the rails


Colleen Wray  100-1

First up run after a long spell, will be better for the run

Please reload

Recent Posts

August 10, 2020

July 16, 2020

Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Classic


Mail: Mandurah Masters Swimming Inc. PO Box 1307, Mandurah WA 6210    Email: mandurahmannas@gmail.com