23/07/22 – Saturday Horse Racing Tips for Caulfield

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

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Caulfield horse racing tips

Race 1. (12:05) MRC Membership Renewal Handicap (1200m)

#1 – Thron Bone – Bet @ Neds

Thron Bone is gunning for his third consecutive win after scoring at Caulfield and Flemington.

The two-year-old gelding scored by just under a length last start and he has experience winning at Caulfield, which is vital.

Getting 1.5kg off his back helps and punters should be confident.

Race 2. (12:40) Lamaro’s Vobis Gold Ingot (1400m)

#8 – Boogie Dancer – Bet @ Neds

Boogie Dancer is another runner looking for three consecutive wins and we think she can add another win to her record.

Trainer by Peter Moody, the two-year-old daughter of Sooboog was a classy winner at Sandown by 3.8 lengths and she could rise through the grades.

Jamie Kah rides and punters could get each-way odds.

Race 3. (13:15) Royal Meeting All Class BM70 (1400m)

#6 – Minouche – Bet @ Neds

Minouche is always around the mark and her effort to finish third at Sandown last start is a good sign.

The James Cummings-trained three-year-old owns two wins and three placings from six starts, so she hasn’t put a foot wrong.

Having Damien Oliver in the saddle only adds to her appeal.

Race 4. (13:50) MRC Chairman’s Club Handicap (2400m)

#5 – Sing for Peace – Bet @ Neds

Sing for Peace got off the mark at Wodonga and rising in distance won’t be an issue for the son of Tavistock.

The Patrick Payne-trained gelding scored by 1.5 lengths in maiden company, and despite facing a rise in class, he looks to have talent.

Dropping to 54kg brings him into contention in a tough race.

Race 5. (14:25) Tobin Brothers Funerals Stayers (2400m)

#3 – No Effort – Bet @ Neds

No Effort scored impressively at Caulfield two back and she followed it up with a placing behind D’aguilar, which is a strong form guide.

The seven-year-old daughter of Reward for Effort is a five-time winner at Caulfield and the course specialist is good enough to win again.

We wouldn’t be leaving her out at the price.

Race 6. (15:05) Senet Gambling Law Experts Handicap (1200m)

#1 – Jigsaw – BET NOW

Jigsaw is a talented thoroughbred on his day and the three-year-old gelding could get back to his best.

He showed plenty of ability when winning back-to-back races at Cranbourne and Caulfield, so anything close to that is good enough.

Getting 3kg off his back could make all the difference.

Race 7. (15:45) Stow Storage Solutions Handicap (1200m)

#2 – Chain of Lightning – Bet @ Neds

Chain of Lightning is unbeaten after three starts and the filly could extend her winning streak to four.

The three-year-old daughter of Fighting Sun scored by two lengths at Caulfield last start and that’s an excellent sign.

She only needs luck from the wide draw.

Race 8. (16:20) The Big Screen Company Bletchingly Stakes (1200m)

#1 – Streets of Avalon – Bet @ Neds

Streets of Avalon showed his class when placing at his last two starts behind Zaaki and Ayrton.

That is stunning form for a race like the Bletchingly and he owns four placings from six fresh up starts, so that bodes well.

Punters usually get value odds for the winner of over $2.3 million.

Race 9. (16:52) Catanach’s Jewellers BM78 (1400m)

#4 – Lucky Decision – Bet @ Neds

Lucky Decision looked good winning consecutive races last preparation and his form since has been solid.

The three-year-old son of Zacinto wasn’t far behind them at Moonee Valley last start and a repeat of that could be enough.

If he gets luck from the wide draw, he should be in the mix.


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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.

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