The Sportsman Midweek - - Trackwork - — Greg Splet­ter

TAMBANG BESI (R6 No. 10) looks aw­fully hard to beat when she re­sumes at Oak­bank to­mor­row in the class one. She had a suc­cess­ful au­tumn cam­paign with a strong first-up win and a cou­ple of mi­nor plac­ings to her name, and her only fail­ure was at this track against much stronger op­po­si­tion than she faces to­mor­row. She has drawn well and is well in after the claim for the in-form Anna Jorsjo.

MAD­NESS INVALENCIA (R3 No. 1) gets back onto a dry track to­mor­row and should re­turn to win­ning form. He broke through for an easy all-the-way win at Mur­ray Bridge two runs back on the dry, then found the soft-5 tough go­ing at Strathal­byn. He is well served by the claim for Kenny Lau and pair should jump and run from the in­side gate.

KODAKHAN (R5 No. 5) is in a handy class two to­mor­row but has been in good form this cam­paign and will give a sight. He didn’t have much luck last start at Gawler, and he was far from dis­graced in town his first two runs back a break. He faces an even lineup here should go round at a bit of value.

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