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Doomben 10000

1

OSBORNE BULLS

[0.48/2.08]

[6-10-22-1-1]

2

NATURE STRIP

[0.27/1.59]

[3-5-11-1-2]

3

I’M A RIPPA

[1.10/5.67]

[8-7-4-1-0]

4

MANUEL

[1.11/7.62]

[19-25-11-1-0]

5

EASY EDDIE

[0.58/2.69]

[4-8-11-0-1]

6

DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR

[0.33/1.30]

[12-1-35-5-1]

7

TACTICAL ADVANTAGE

[1.19/4.25]

[24-4-12-2-0]

8

THE BOSTONIAN

[0.68/4.60]

[1-17-10-0-0]

9

HAVASAY

[0.70/2.75]

[7-10-10-3-0]

10

MAN BOOKER

[0.31/1.36]

[4-6-10-6-0]

11

CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES

[1.41/7.50]

[22-4-8-0-0]

12

WHITE MOSS

[1.14/6.33]

[9-7-6-0-0]

13

OUTBACK BARBIE

[1.46/13.00]

[17-8-2-1-0]

The Doomben 10000 is one of the great Queensland races in history, but this year's race looks a bit thin.  A field of only 13 does not bode well for racing in this State, and the quality is not what we may have seen in the past.  In fact, the change of this race to 1200m a couple of years ago might have made this race weaker, but there are a lot of factors that might have contributed to the current level, but we will wait to see what happens in years to come.

What do we make of this years' race?  Past history may be misleading with the change in distance, but to date it hasn't made too much difference so will continue to use it as a guide.  As we would expect, the past winners have often shown a large speed bias, with the majority of recent winners having a dosage index between 4.40 and 4.85.  This year it is The Bostonian that sits nicely within that range so he must be considered a strong chance.  Havasay is also within this range but his profile looks less suited than the others.  Next we have a group of winners in the 2.70 to 3.00 range which sees Easy Eddie come in with his chance.  We have also seen a winner with a dosage of 2.11 which means that the unlucky Osborne Bulls looks well suited.

I am confident that the winner will come from these three.