Races Australia Weekend Racing Tips

Races Australia Weekend Racing Tips

The odds are heating up going into Saturday’s Queensland Oaks, which is also scheduled to be the final Group 1 race of the month on Australian soil. So which horse should you put your money on? Like every week, expert bookmakers working for our affiliate partners are there to give you some handy tips.

 

Jason Scott from Ladbrokes.com.au

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QLD OAKS – WINX – RACE 7 Tab No. 2 [Brisbane]
I can’t go past the obvious. Second in the Australian Oaks then an
impressive win at Sunshine Coast when freshened up is good enough
to beat these fillies.
BEST – TEXT’N HURLEY – RACE 6 Tab No. 5 [Melbourne]
She was very good at Morphettville where she didn’t have clear
running until it was to late. Her record at Moonee Valley is very good
and a potential soft track will only enhance her chances.
VALUE – SAGARONNE – RACE 1 Tab No. 13 [Brisbane]
Raced wide throughout and hit the line extremely well in a weak race
at the Gold Coast in what was the filly’s second start. Blake Shinn on
only helps and she can be competitive in this.
LAY – ECUADOR– RACE 4 Tab No. 2 [Sydney]
He was good first-up but that effort of wet ground may have taken its
toll as he was very poor second-up. Hes giving weight to some decent
horses down the bottom and looks a good risk.
BACKED – CANTBUYBETTER – RACE 8Tab No. 7 [Brisbane]
This bloke has won all four of his race starts and our punters believe
he will remain unbeaten. He’s $9 into $6 with some very good sized
wagers.

 

Daniel Bevan from Betfair

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QLD OAKS – WINX – RACE 7 No. 2 [Brisbane]
All her Christmases came at once with the scratching of Bohemian
Lily. She’s the unquestionable class of the race and this should be a
procession with the stable mate off the track.
BEST – BALL OF MUSCLE – RACE 5 No. 4 [Brisbane]
Ran a solid second up the straight at Flemington giving the winner a
full 9kg then ran Srikandi to a length at weight-for-age which would be
more than enough in this.
VALUE – ACT OF VALOUR – RACE 3 No. 5 [Melbourne]
Has scarcely put in a bad run. Steps up in ground and gets the claim of
in-form Patrick Moloney. In a race where the handicapper has found a
few others out already, I’m happy to take odds around the $10 mark.
LAY – COUNT ENCOSTA – RACE 2 No. 1 [Adelaide]
It’s brave, stupid, or both to go against Darren Weir in a race like this,
but he’s been over-bet and disappointing before and is on track to start
prohibitively short here for a horse with his pattern.
BACKED – YOU’LL NEVER – RACE 5 No. 4 [Sydney]
He’s been backed from $4.90 to $4.60 early on the back of his good
first-up win in a field no stronger than this. No value in his price, but
he’s the only one they’ve wanted early.

 

 

Steve Boukaram from Bet365

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QUEENSLAND OAKS – WINX – RACE 7 No. 2 [Brisbane]
Impressive winner of the Sunshine Coast Guineas last start when gave
the whole field a start and a beating. Prior ran second in the Australian
Oaks and that form looks very strong for this. The one to beat.
BEST – SENTA DE NOCHE – RACE 8 No. 1 [Sydney]
Second-up and speed to burn. Should be able to cross this lot from the
wide barrier. Burnt petrol at both ends first-up and still finished a good
fourth behind a real smart one in Alberto Magic.
VALUE – GOOD PROJECT – RACE 8 No.2 [Brisbane]
Chris Waller three-year-old that finished runner-up when resuming in
Sydney. Form from that race has been confirmed and will have
benefited greatly from that run. Only needs a little luck from the draw.
LAY – BALL OF MUSCLE – RACE 5 No. 4 [Brisbane]
Hard to knock a horse which hasn’t missed a place in 12 starts, but I’m
doing it here. Just don’t think he runs out a really strong 1200m and
I’m expecting his stablemate Kuro to get the better of him late.
BACKED – WERTHER – RACE 4 No. 7 [Brisbane]
With five of the seven runners trained by Chris Waller, the money has
surprisingly come for the NZ runner. Runner-up last start in the South
Australian Derby, the Kiwi has firmed from $6.50 into $4.60.


James is an Australian Horse Racing enthusiast and latest news reporter

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