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In the midst of a spectacular fourth training season and with its steady quality about to continue, Kody Nestor picks his best poke out of eight less tiered assumptions during the Warren TAB meeting on Tuesday. The Dubbo-based former leading jockey, who has 41 winners this season, is growing rapidly and unprecedented assumptions and emergencies for Warren’s seven-race program are the result of booming prize money increases from Racing NSW. Kody Nestor and Dubbo’s training neighbor Clint Lundholm with 16 assumptions have the numbers and the form on the entire race card. ALSO READ: “We have some well behaved progressive youngsters – Rubick Sun and Folseti will win races sooner or later, but with this size you always need luck,” offered Nestor Racing NSW, who made an impression in Sydney with Golden Gorge and Jailbreak, which will be resumed soon, and Sneak Preview – all ready for the Newhaven Park Country Championships next fall. Rubick Sun, obviously a Rubick filly, weighs 56 kg for Anthony Cavallo, who competes in the MCC Hydraulics 1200m Maiden. “She worked and tested well; she finished second in Coonamble, she drew terribly (19), but she came – we have an opinion of her.” Forseti, a three year old Shooting to Win gelding, weighed 57.5kg for Aaron Sweeney in the Western Rivers Vet Group, Class I and Maiden, 1600m. “Hard to beat and in the right race – his last runs have been solid, no luck since the last start and he’s really going to like his previous 1600m start.” He comes back and closes late; he keeps looking and we are drawn to go closer to the ‘mile’. “Lundholm was guarded on a tough day but has an opinion on Sollozando, a two-year-old Star Witness protégé in the final.” She is a filly with nice ones Skills. She won her maiden voyage very well, then she couldn’t handle a tough eight in a much tougher race – she’s where we want her first place. But fields this size always make it wide open. “The first race is scheduled to jump at 12:35 pm. Our journalists are working hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. So you can continue to access our trusted content:

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In the midst of a spectacular fourth training season and with its steady quality about to continue, Kody Nestor picks his best poke out of eight less tiered assumptions during the Warren TAB meeting on Tuesday.

The Dubbo-based former leading jockey, who has 41 winners this season, is growing rapidly and unprecedented assumptions and emergencies for Warren’s seven-race program are the result of booming prize money increases from Racing NSW.

Kody Nestor and Dubbo’s training neighbor Clint Lundholm with 16 assumptions have the numbers and the form on the entire race card.

“We have some well-behaved progressive youngsters – Rubick Sun and Folseti will win races sooner or later, but you always need luck at this size,” Nestor told Racing NSW, who caused a stir in Sydney with Golden Gorge and Jailbreak, which will be resumed soon, and sneak preview – all ready for the Newhaven Park Country Championships next fall.

Rubick Sun, obviously a Rubick filly, weighs 56 kg for Anthony Cavallo, who competes in the MCC Hydraulics 1200m Maiden.

“She worked and tested well; she finished second in Coonamble, she drew terribly (19), but she came – we have an opinion of her.”

Forseti, a three year old Shooting to Win gelding, weighed 57.5kg for Aaron Sweeney in the Western Rivers Vet Group, Class I and Maiden, 1600m.

“Hard to beat and in the right race – his last runs were solid, no luck since his last start and he will really like it on 1600m.

“He comes back and closes late; he keeps looking and we prefer to run closer to the ‘mile’.”

Lundholm was guarded on a tough day but has an opinion on Sollozando, a two-year-old Star Witness protégé in the final.

“She is a filly with nice skills. She won her maid very well, then she did not master a difficult eighth in a much tougher race – she is where we want her first place. But fields of this size always go far open.”

The first race should jump at 12:35 p.m.

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