12/01/22 – Wednesday Horse Racing Tips for Caulfield

We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Caulfield that features eight quality betting races.

Punters get a lovely midweek meeting to bet on and we have our best value bets available.

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Caulfield horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (15:40) Vale Rick Hore-Lacy Handicap (1200m)

#4 – No Diggity – Bet @ Sportsbet

No Diggity already has a win on the board and the two-year-old filly has plenty of upside.

The Freedman-trained daughter of Sebring scored on debut at Geelong by just under a length, so she should be well-backed here.

Barrier two is ideal and having winning experience puts her above most of her rivals.

Race 2. (16:15) Neds Redoute’s Choice BM64 (1200m)

#4 – Video – Bet @ Sportsbet

The Maher/Eustace-trained colt scored a win on debut at Horsham and he hasn’t been far away since.

He finished sixth at Sandown before running two lengths behind the winner at Geelong, which was a tidy effort in defeat.

Drawing barrier nine could make it difficult over this distance, but he’ll likely settle back and hit the line with power.

Race 3. (16:50) Neds Canny Lad BM64 (1100m)

#3 – Minouche – Bet @ Sportsbet

Minouche could rise through the grades nicely after scoring at Newcastle. Form in New South Wales stacks up nicely and she could be a smart type.

The James Cummings-trained daughter of Written Tycoon is bred for speed and she showed a nice turn-of-foot last time out.

Having Damien Oliver in the saddle is a bonus and we’re expecting each-way odds from bookmakers.

Race 4. (17:25) Neds Spartacus BM64 (1440m)

#3 – Pal D’oro – Bet @ Sportsbet

Pal D’oro is always around the mark with two wins and four placings from eight starts, so we’re putting him on top.

The four-year-old son of Medaglia D’oro won at Sandown two back before placing last time out, so he’s heading in the right direction.

John Allen rides from a good barrier and we expect to see him fighting out the finish.

Race 5. (18:00) Neds Canny Lass BM70 (2000m)

#2 – La Spezia – Bet @ Sportsbet

La Spezia scored back-to-back wins to open his campaign before finishing seventh last start, but she’s better than that.

The four-year-old daughter of Toronado was only 1.8 lengths behind the winner and her prior wins at The Valley and Warrnambool rate highly.

Drawing barrier three is ideal and she should be right in the thick of it.

Race 6. (18:30) Neds Toorak Toff BM70 (1600m)

#7 – Dundirtcheap – Bet @ Sportsbet

Dundirtcheap is a quality four-year-old gelding won at Ballarat last start over a high-quality type in Mr Brightside.

The son of Dundeel handled the rise in distance easily and kicking off over the mile should suit him perfectly.

He missed the run last week but we expect him to come out firing at short odds on Wednesday.

Race 7. (19:00) Neds Dash for Cash BM64 (1000m)

#9 – Tsunami Sam – Bet @ Sportsbet

The former Kiwi defeated Dream Queen on debut, which has subsequently won in Australia.

It’s an excellent form guide and the three-year-old colt showed a superior turn-of-foot when winning on debut at Ruakaka.

He has been patiently handled and punters could get value odds on race day.

Race 8. (19:30) Neds Foxseal BM64 (1200m)

#10 – Seguso – Bet @ Sportsbet

Seguso hasn’t done much wrong in his early career, including a last start win at Geelong.

The Graeme Begg-trained son of Redoute’s Choice owns two wins and two placings from five starts, so there is nothing wrong with that form.

He is unbeaten in two starts at the distance and we think he could have a bright future at the midweek level.

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Daryl Curnow
About the Author: Daryl Curnow

After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.