We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Bendigo that features eight quality betting races.
Bendigo hosts a quality card this Wednesday, which has some juvenile races on the card. They should prove to be good form guides for the autumn.
We have our best value bets for all eight races.
Bendigo horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (15:05) bet365 Maiden Plate (1100m)
#14 – Oregon Pinot $2.90 – Bet Now
Anthony Freedman lines up the two-year-old filly that hasn’t had any public trials leading into this race.
She has been heavily backed since markets opened and that’s a great sign. She opened firm at $3.40 and has already been backed into $2.90.
Drawing barrier 10 means she will require luck but she could make a big impression on debut.
Race 2. (15:40) The Bendigo Cleaning Company Maiden (1100m)
#8 – Write to Rossa @ $3.40 – Bet Now
The three-year-old filly showed plenty of toe on debut when running second at Werribee.
She attempted to lead the field throughout but was run down in the shadows of the post. Her fitness will be improved from the run and there is good backing for her to win.
If she can lead this field, it will take her a long way to breaking maiden status.
Race 3. (16:15) Bendigo Caravan Centre Maiden (1400m)
#6 – Wairere Falls @ $2.60 – Bet Now
Purchased for $260,000, Wairere Falls could make a winning debut for trainer Chris Waller.
The well-bred colt by Savabeel had a trial in New Zealand before coming over to Australia, so he clearly showed some talent.
The best lead is the betting markets for this runner. He opened at $2.60 and has stacked rock steady throughout the week.
That usually results in a good run.
Race 4. (16:50) MDH Constructions Maiden (2400m)
#7 – St Arnicca @ $3.50 – Bet Now
After running three consecutive third placings, St Arnicca has a chance to score his maiden success.
The three-year-old has been getting back during his races and storming home late. We’re expecting similar tactics here and running over 2400m looks ideal.
There isn’t much depth to this field and punters are getting good each-way odds.
Race 5. (17:25) Dearaugo & Lea Electrical BM64 (2200m)
#5 – El Chaparro @ $3.10 – Bet Now
El Chaparro is looking to go back-to-back after scoring nicely at Cranbourne last time out.
The four-year-old made up steady ground in the straight to score by just under a length. He could kick on with it now and the rise in distance holds no fears.
Jockey Damian Lane won’t have to do much work from the inside barrier and we’re expecting a top effort.
Race 6. (18:00) Race Services BM64 (1600m)
#5 – Think I’m Dreaming @ $3.40 – Bet Now
The five-year-old mare is finding it tough to get back to winning form, but she’s not far off.
She finished second at Werribee last time out and although 2.3 lengths behind the winner, it was a good sign of things to come.
Her form prior had come at the likes of Caulfield and Sandown, so dropping to midweek class should be enough to see her go close again.
The odds on offer from bookmakers are generous.
Race 7. (18:30) Jayco BM64 (1100m)
#3 – Meuse @ $2.30 – Bet Now
We would have liked slightly longer odds for Meuse, but she’s the most promising runner in this field.
The three-year-old filly won her first two starts, including a 2.3-length win on debut at Bendigo.
Her only defeat came last start when fifth at Moonee Valley, but she’s facing much easier opposition this time around.
It comes as no surprise to see her run as favourite and she might drift to around $2.50 come race day.
Race 8. (19:00) The Big Screen Company BM64 (1400m)
#9 – Fairy Wand @ $9.50 – Bet Now
Fairy Wand is paying a good price for a well-bred stayer in the making. The daughter of Redoute’s Choice is coming off a win at Geelong and there’s little wrong with that form.
She sat on the pace and kick strongly at the top of the straight, so there’s no reason why she couldn’t win again.
It is a harder field but she looks to have good scope.