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Newsletter November 24

Wodonga (Friday)
- The excitement begins straight away with promising three-year-old Hells Son to return from a spell in race one’s maiden (1100m).
- Another talented three-year-old Manalore will also return from a spell in race two (maiden).
- Mescaminto and Deploy and Destroy will run head-to-head in race five’s benchmark 58. Unfortunately, both will have to do it the hard way after drawing sticky barriers.
- Brenlyn’s Trooper will run in race seven, a strong benchmark 70.
- Mojo Music and Crimosa will feature in race eight (BM64).

Tatura (Saturday)
- Oxburger will kick the day off in race one’s maiden, returning from a spell.
- Adelaide’s Diamond will be gunning for a hat-trick of wins in race four (0-58).
- Rainbow Thief wasn’t far away at Adaminaby last start but will need to come up in grade as he tackles race five (0-58).
- Legal Zou looks a strong chance in race six’s 0-58 handicap after a strong win at Benalla last start, while Eamonn’s Memory won’t be far away in the same race.

Hay (Saturday)
- Malabar Prince will kick the day off in race one’s maiden from barrier three.
- Wagunda and Malabar Queen will run against each other in race two’s Class 2.
- Bellman will be looking to add another country cup to his resume when he runs in race five’s Hay Cup.

PHOTO: Bellman leads them at Adaminaby last weekend. The galloper will be looking to add the Hay Cup to his resume tomorrow.

Albury (Tuesday)
- Brenlyn’s Trooper will back-up off his run at Wodonga, targeting a heavy track with rain forecasted across the region. The galloper will run in a benchmark 66 (1175m).
- Arbelour will take on an 1175m maiden.



- Hells Son is in terrific order ahead of his return to the races at Wodonga today. The galloper looks a nice each-way chance in race one.
- Eamonn's Memory won't be far off them in race six at Tatura on Saturday. (Each-way).
- At Hay, Bellman will be hard to stop.


Andrew Dale Racing