We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Doomben that features nine quality betting races.
Each-way fields are the flavour of the day at Doomben this Saturday. Punters are getting good value and we have our best value bets for every race.
Doomben horse racing tips
Race 1. (12:53) Tab Maiden Plate (1200m)
#3 – Hearts Denied – Bet Now
Hearts Denied is a three-year-old that owns three placings from five career starts. The most recent placing came at Doomben on a heavy track, so conditions should suit nicely.
This stable is starting to kick home some winners and Hearts Denied won’t take long to break maiden grades.
Having Robbie Fradd in the saddle helps.
Race 2. (13:28) Ascot Childcare & Kindy BM80 (2200m)
#1 – Quality Seeker – Bet Now
The Maher/Eustace-trained runner has the class edge over this field and he’s in fine form this season.
He comes into this race with back-to-back wins, including a 3.3-length and 4.3-length win at Eagle Farm.
His form from Sydney is too good for what he’s facing in Brisbane and he could take advantage of the weaker field once again.
Race 3. (14:07) Nuturf Handicap (1350m)
#10 – Papaya – Bet Now
Coming off an easy win at Eagle Farm is Papaya, which scored by 4.5 lengths. It was a dominant effort from the two-year-old and she looks to have a nice future.
The daughter of Dream Ahead looks to have the brightest future of any runner in this field. She could show why this Saturday and she gets every chance with only 55kg on her back.
Race 4. (14:47) Chandon Maiden Plate (1350m)
#8 – Monster of Power – Bet Now
Monster of Power has run two nice races to date and he could improve enough to take this out.
The son of Poet’s Voice finished second on debut at Sunshine Coast and backed that up with a fourth last time out.
He showed a good turn-of-foot in both starts and he only needs to lift a touch to be competitive once again.
Race 5. (15:27) Lexus C3 Plate (1615m)
#1 – King Mombassa – Bet Now
Getting the inside draw could be all King Mombassa needs to rise to the next level. The five-year-old gelding hasn’t been far away in four starts since recording a win in January.
It’s his first start at Doomben but it’s a track that he should appreciate. He could win his fourth career start and add some value in the process.
Race 6. (16:07) Millers Swim School BM72 (1050m)
#10 – Niedorp – Bet Now
It has been a long time between drinks for Niedorp, but there’s no denying her ability. She’s a three-year-old that has form behind the likes of Loving Gaby, Sisstar, and Kiamichi.
She’s trained by Tony Gollan and although there are some nice types in this race, she appears to be the best of them.
Her form on this track consists of one win and two placings. It should be good enough to see her go close.
Race 7. (16:47) Kirin Handicap (1200m)
#3 – Bold Style – Bet Now
Bold Style has won two of his four starts, including a 1.3-length win at Eagle Farm last start. It was a professional effort and we can see him winning many more races.
Punters should be able to get each-way odds against this field and securing the inside draw with Mark du Plessis riding helps.
Race 8. (17:23) Tab Handicap (1615m)
#4 – Get Stuck In – Bet Now
Get Stuck In did exactly that last start at Eagle Farm when scoring by 4.3 lengths. He landed on the speed and kicked too strongly for the opposition.
He’s a two-time winner on this track and three-time winner at this distance. He faces a harder field here but gets barrier two and some weight off his back.
Punters should expect each-way odds.
Race 9. (18:02) XXXX Dry C6 Handicap (1200m)
#2 – Langhro – Bet Now
Langhro is a five-time winner from 17 starts, and although his recent form has been only fair, he could strike.
The seven-year-old only battled at Eagle Farm, but he was good enough to win on this track last September.
Returning to this track is a positive and he only needs luck from the draw.