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Wangaratta Gift

Who wins Wangaratta?

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1 Wangaratta Gift on Mon Jan 19, 2015 3:57 pm

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Moving to Wangaratta and Maribyrnong this week. Wangaratta could prove interesting.

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3 Re: Wangaratta Gift on Thu Jan 22, 2015 8:41 pm

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Wangaratta once held a place amongst the most prestigious gifts to be held in Victoria. Matthew Hargreaves showed last year with his win that some athletes still hold this meet in very high regard. The are a couple of interesting handicaps for Tancredi and Paul. Trancredi's may be a mistake, but Dion Paul seems to have had somewhere near a 2m lift already this season. Watch for him soon. The main chances this week according to the poll are as follows;

Paul Tancredi 7.5m (5 votes) - Won Rye a couple of weeks ago by a space and could be right in this one. Won off 8m and should have received a .75m pull. Did not run last week and was obviously due a lift as he was listed with 8.25m. I think his pull has come off the wrong mark and it will be adjusted before heats start. Definitely still a chance of at least a semi.

Nathan McNab 8.75m (5 votes) - Comes down from above the boarder like many of the Matty B Department before him. Has a pb of 11.41 over 100m but he may have improved since then. Matty B knows how to sneak his raiders into contention. Is Nathan the pea or the tester? Should run a 12.6 or better if at his best.

Matthew Harvey 9.75m (8 votes) - Has made a few gift finals already this season and was unlucky not to make it again at Rye. Will be thereabouts here and may make the final however I think he may be looking further forward than this one.

Leigh Phelan 11m (10 votes) - Won here during his first season when he virtually won everything. Should be looking at a group 2 or 3 race at some stage this season and could be right in this. 

William Little 11.25m / Rodney Matthews 11.5m (13 votes) - Little scratched from Daylesford and ran 12.78 off the same mark at Maryborough. Could be a chance of the final or is he waiting for something slightly bigger. Rod Matthews may have a big crack at this if he has recovered from Maryborough. This is the type of race that excites the veteran runner. Hopefully we see the best of him this weekend.

Paul Hughes 14m / Tim Rosen 14.25m (13 votes) - Another veteran runner who seems to have had a crack at winning here before. Has a mark which could make him competitive. Rosen has once again been included in the voting, but based on his run at St Albans, has he left his charge too late. He may need to build back up although this is a race that suits a runner like him.

A couple of extra runners who have received votes include Moss, Lehmann and the combination of Arthur and Hilditch. Moss looks very smooth running down the track and may be building towards a show down on Easter Monday, unless he wants to win here or at Maribyrnong, Brady Lehmann has become a very good runner and has a mark that he could do some damage off, when will he have a crack? Arthur and Hilditch are the profile of the runners that I would like to see win here. The veteran runners who remember Wangaratta in the glory days. Throw in some of the other older runners as well, Matthews, Rogers, Hughes, Ireland, Sheldrick or Stephens who are all out in front and I think most people would be happy to see them win.

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