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Geoff Newling Reviews Tuesday's Tamworth Meeting

By Geoff Newling

RACE 1: Arabian made a dashing debut for his new stable in the Bath Stewart and Associates Maiden Handicap (1000m) at Tamworth today. The former Chris Waller-trained gelding had been unplaced at six starts in Sydney, Newcastle, Kembla Grange and Hawkesbury before moving stables to Greg Bennett’s Scone establishment. “He was having his first start for me today,” Greg Bennett said after Rachael Murray had steered the son of Redoute’s Choice to a length and a quarter win from Tony McGrath’s Silver Art with Sue Grills’ As Yawood a long head away third. “He’s a well-bred horse just needed to find the right level for him.” Arabian clocked 57.53secs winning today and can only improve, Greg Bennett reckons. The Scone horseman said Arabian has a funny action and thinks there might be a little niggling issues with the long barrelled gelding. He said a return to Tamworth is likely as well. “He’ll most likely race here again on the 28th,” he said of another TJC meeting later in the month. “We’ll just keep him ticking over until then although there is the Wild Card meeting at Muswellbrook on the 26th where there might be something for him.”

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