We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Caulfield that features nine quality betting races.
Three Group 1 races grace the card at Caulfield this Saturday. We will have previews for those Group 1 races on site, but here we look at the other six races.
Punters get great value throughout the card this Saturday.
Caulfield horse racing tips
Race 1. (12:35) Keno Classic (2000m)
#9 – Aktau – Bet Now
Mike Moroney can’t do much wrong at the moment and he lines up the talented four-year-old gelding.
The son of Teofilo is backing up after running third at Caulfield last start and the form out of that race should stack up well enough.
He gets in well on the weights at 54kg off the inside draw and we’re expecting a tidy effort this time around.
Race 2. (13:10) Caulfield Autumn Classic (1800m)
#9 – Miami Bound – Bet Now
It’s a stacked field but Miami Bound is the class filly and she could resume in fine order. The Danny O’Brien-trained filly won the Oaks at her most recent start and she usually finds form early in the campaign.
Not every Oaks winner backs up the following year but Miami Bound looks to have any amount of class. If she’s forward enough, she’ll be going close
Punters should keep an eye on the market. If there are big betting moves, expect to see her run well.
Race 3. (13:45) Neds Zeditave Stakes (1200m)
#3 – Spend – Bet Now
Spend would have derived plenty of benefit from the last-start run behind Super Seth and that form looks good for this race.
The Hawkes-trained colt was a winner on debut when beating True Detective and although its form since hasn’t been amazing, it’s still a good form guide.
The stable is confident with this son of Snitzel and punters should expect to see him relatively firm in the market, with Pandemic likely taking favouritism.
Race 4. (14:20) Premier Signs Mannerism Stakes (1400m)
#7 – Neighbourhood – Bet Now
Neighbourhood was under a length from the winner last start, which was her first defeat from her last four starts. It was a tidy effort in a blanket finish and the wet conditions didn’t do her any good.
Conditions should be slightly better for this run and we should expect to see her return to form that saw her win three consecutive races this season.
Stable confidence is big with this runner, so watch for late betting moves in what should be a competitive affair.
Race 5. (14:55) Neds Angus Armanasco Stakes (1400m)
#1 – Acting – Bet Now
There was a lot of betting action for Acting last start and we’re expecting plenty of bets to come her way again.
She just struggled in the wet ground a touch but she should be better for the run and she shouldn’t find this race too much harder.
Punters are taking a risk backing her, but the odds on offer should be generous and she’ll attract plenty of attention of each-way bettors.
Race 9. (17:30) Carlton Draught Peter Young Stakes (1800m)
#4 – Kings Will Dream – Bet Now
Kings Will Dream has the substantial class edge over this field and we’re expecting big things from the Chris Waller runner.
He ran third behind Alabama Express at Group 1 level last start and the form out of that race is going to hold up nicely. He was seen running on well late and he deserves another winning turn.
His comeback from injury has been quite remarkable and he’ll get a cruisy run off the inside draw.