Winter the one to watch at Dubbo

In form: Dubbo trainer Leighton Winter has a number of good chances at Thursday's meeting at Dawson Park. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

In form: Dubbo trainer Leighton Winter has a number of good chances at Thursday's meeting at Dawson Park. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

Leighton Winter finished last week’s meeting at Dawson Park with a treble and he has a good chance of doing the same again at Thursday’s 11-race meeting.

The prominent Dubbo trainer has last start winners Total Luck, Total Ringer and Total Revolution all lined up in races, as well as Total Platinum, who has showed good form.

Total Platinum goes from box one in the opening race of the night and has one of the best times over 400 metres in the field.

Race three will see Total Luck go up against a talented field including Ron Steel’s Andy Boy Cargo and Ivan Scott’s Oak’s Image.

Total Ringer has drawn box eight in race eight but still appears to be the class option if he can avoid trouble in the early stages of the 400m.

Total Revolution will line-up from box two in the hotly contested ninth race over 400m. The dog will go up against Steel’s Suzi Cargo and Rhonda Millsteed’s Davey.

Steel has been the other form trainer at Dawson Park, also finishing with a treble last week, but he has a smaller contingent entered on Thursday.

Another to watch could be Brian Garland’s bitch Deb’s Dream in the fifth race. She has had two wins and a third in her first four starts and will jump from box three in the 318m race.

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