The Andrew Dale stable will be out to extend its winning ways at Albury on Tuesday.


Dale will target the Albury meeting with five runners, fresh from landing a winner with Chairman’s Choice at Wodonga on Saturday.


Racing manager Frazer Dale felt Strawberry Swing, Mojo Music and Heimberg could all prove competitive in their respective races.


Lightly-raced filly Strawberry Swing will be out to go one better in the $24,000 Maiden Plate, (1175m) after finishing runner-up at Corowa at her most recent start.


Dale said Strawberry Swing will attempt for an all-the-way victory with Winona Costin in the saddle.


“Strawberry Swing is a free wheeling type who races best when leading,” Dale said.


“So we expect her to roll to the front and give a really good sight.


“She handled the heavy track last start at Corowa so that won’t be an issue.”


Stablemate Mojo Music won on debut at Corowa and steps-up in grade in the $24,000 Class One Handicap, (1000m) with Brodie Loy once again set to partner the gelding.


“It was a dominant debut win at Corowa,” he said.


“On paper, the Albury race looks to be a moderate affair and I expect Mojo Music to be fighting out the finish.”


Heimberg is a recent addition to the stable and is set to contest the $24,000 Class One Hcp, (1400m).


Loy will ride the top-weight who has drawn barrier eight.


“Heimberg ran well in his first start for the stable at Warracknabeal when finishing third,” Dale said.


“But the heavy track is the query.”


Words: The Border Mail


Image: The Border Mail

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