We have expert betting tips for the Doomben 10,000 this Saturday at Eagle Farm which features a quality field of 15.
The Brisbane Winter Carnival continues and some of Australia’s best rising sprinters are out in force.
We have a runner-by-runner betting guide available for the Doomben 10,000, which runs at 4:02 pm.
Best bets for Doomben 10,000
Mazu @ $2.80 Bet @ Neds
Best Each Way Bet:
Paulele @ $11 Bet @ Neds
Zoustyle @ $16 Bet @ Neds
Doomben 10,000 Trifecta Tips
Punters should have six runners on their ticket for the Doomben 10,000 trifecta.
- Count De Rupee
Doomben 10,000 First-Four Tips
We have included seven runners for our Doomben 10,000 first-four.
- Count De Rupee
Doomben 10,000 Form Guide & Tips
1. Kementari ($9) Bet @ Neds
Kementari got back to his best when winning at Randwick and he could figure in the finish at value odds.
He’s an eight-time winner who handles wet tracks, so punters should include him at the $9 price.
2. Vega One ($46) Bet @ Neds
He didn’t fire fresh up at Eagle Farm and that’s a concern going forward for the Group 1 winner.
His best form would take him close but the odds tell the story and he is likely to struggle again in these conditions.
3. Count De Rupee ($9.50) Bet @ Neds
Coming off a strong win is Count De Rupee, who scored narrowly at Eagle Farm last time out.
He has always performed best in wet conditions and there is enough market support to suggest he should be right around the mark.
4. Zoustyle (Best Roughie – $16) Bet @ Neds
Zoustyle is over the odds at $16 and he owns three second-up wins, so he’s better for the fresh up effort at Eagle Farm.
The six-year-old owns nine wins from 15 starts, so his record is terrific and we thought he would be around $9 to win, so take the value odds available.
5. Rothfire ($14) Bet @ Neds
He hasn’t been the same horse since suffering a serious injury. A five-time winner on the track, but punters would have to take him on trust.
6. Shelby Sixtysix ($35) Bet @ Neds
By all accounts he pulled up lame at Gosford and that’s not a good sign. He needs a break, so he won’t be figuring in our calculations.
7. Signore Fox ($61) Bet @ Neds
He hasn’t been too far away from the prize but he comes off a tidy trial effort at Randwick.
We’re prepared to risk him at the odds and wait for a better chance.
8. Baller ($61) Bet @ Neds
We needed to see more from Baller last start and he might need more miles under his belt.
A betting push would have been ideal, but he’s at long odds and bookmakers look to have him spot on.
9. Mazu (Best Bet – $2.80) Bet @ Neds
Mazu is running hot and we’re not surprised by the betting push. He is a Group 1-level runner who defeated In the Congo last start.
That’s very good form and he handles wet tracks, so we can’t find any negatives with the favourite.
10. Paulele (Best Each Way – $11) Bet @ Neds
The James Cummings-trained colt was beaten by Mazu last start but he’s good enough to turn the tables at better odds.
He would prefer the track conditions to ease but soft tracks are fine and we can’t turn down the double-figure price.
11. Generation ($12) Bet @ Neds
A winner at The Valley earlier this preparation and he’s talented enough on his day.
Meets a tough field here, but include in first four options with Jamie Kah on his back.
12. Alpine Edge ($81) Bet @ Neds
Unbeaten in three starts at Eagle Farm but not against this level of opposition.
We would prefer to see him in something much easier.
13. Entriviere ($10) Bet @ Neds
The Kiwi showed mixed form last preparation and we’re not sure if she’s running well enough to figure.
She loves wet tracks and she’s a Group 1 winner, so include for first four options, but watch late betting moves.
14. Isotope ($10) Bet @ Neds
Didn’t handle the heavy surface at Rosehill but she’s unbeaten in three starts on soft ground.
Rock-solid in betting markets and she’s another runner that could go close to winning.
15. Minhaaj ($51) Bet @ Neds
Nothing going right this preparation and we can’t see her improving enough to win at Group 1 level.
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.