We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Cranbourne, which features eight quality betting races.
Cranbourne hosts a rare standalone Wednesday meeting and it should generate plenty of interest with eight races to bet on.
Cranbourne free tips & form
Race 1. (12:25) TAB Multiplier Maiden (1000m)
#3 – Hummalong – Bet Now
Hummalong ran as a $16 chance on debut but exceeded expectations when running second on debut.
The John McArdle-trained two-year-old sat just behind the pace and battled away nicely at Moe, which bodes well for future racing.
There doesn’t appear to be any potential stars in this race and she could take advantage.
Race 2. (13:00) Cranbourne Cup Carnival Maiden (1400m)
#4 – Rock The Drum – Bet Now
Lindsay Park lines up Rock The Drum, which ran well for third on debut and should take good improvement from that.
The well-bred son of Fastnet Rock made up very good ground after sitting worse than midfield and he should only get better from that experience.
Plenty of potential nice types in this but consider.
Race 3. (13:35) Highview Accounting Serv BM70 (1300m)
#1 – Undoubtable Miss – Bet Now
Consistently running second isn’t great news for punters but she could provide more each-way value in this.
The four-year-old is a winner of three from 27 starts but has 10 second placings to her name. Four of those have come from her last five starts but she could easily improve to win this.
Has drawn awkwardly in barrier seven but could settle just off the speed and come with one last shot at them.
Race 4. (14:10) Core Protective Group C1 (1300m)
#2 – Reward For Silence – Bet Now
Three-year-old gelding which has a win and a placing from four starts. The Price/Kent-trained runner is fresh up having not raced since August last year but he could show up here.
He is bred to show good speed early on in his campaign and coming up against a small field should only help his chances.
Likely to be at each-way odds.
Race 5. (14:45) Procon Developments BM64 (1400m)
#3 – Kiss And Cry – Bet Now
Kiss And Cry finished 4.5 lengths behind a nice type last start and that run was better than it looked.
The three-year-old filly scored consecutive wins prior to that at Seymour and at Mornington. The latter came by 2.5 lengths and that showed her potential.
Drawing an inside barrier is ideal and Luke Nolen has been riding well of late.
Race 6. (15:20) De Bortoli Wines BM64 (1400m)
#10 – Pierrocity – Bet Now
Pierrocity was a fresh-up winner last preparation when scoring at Ballarat and that bodes well for this.
The Busuttin/Young-trained four-year-old had some good performances following that and although she finished last at Pakenham in January, punters should be expecting better this time around.
Jamie Kah will be looking to kick home some winners before her suspension starts and she could start with Pierrocity.
Race 7. (15:55) Cranbourne Hyundai BM64 (2025m)
#14 – Wild Sea – Bet Now
The recent efforts from Wild Sea have been too bad to be true, so we’re allowing her another chance.
She finished 10 lengths off the winner last start at Sandown but she was good enough to run third at Moonee Valley earlier this season, so take on that effort.
There’s some obvious risk with backing Wild Seas here, but punters should get a good price from bookmakers and she should find form soon.
Race 8. (16:30) Mercedez-Benz Mornington BM70 (1600m)
#3 – Rapido Chaparro – Bet Now
Drawing barrier 16 isn’t ideal but the four-year-old gelding has plenty of ability.
The Waterhouse/Bott-trained runner scored back-to-back wins at Gosford and Wyong earlier this season and he hasn’t been beaten far since.
That was a nice resuming run for sixth at Bendigo last start and there’s only improvement to come.