We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben which features 10 quality betting races.
Punters get a huge card to bet into this Wednesday at Doomben and the card is packed with winning form and some exciting types.
Doomben horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (12:25) Tab Handicap (1200m)
#4 – Cosmic Gossip @ $2.50 – Bet Now
Cosmic Gossip ran well to finish second on debut at Sunshine Coast and she should enjoy running at Doomben.
The two-year-old filly by Spirit of Boom finished 1.3 lengths behind the winner and she was making up big ground late in the race.
Facing a small field should help and the market could tell punters everything they need to know come race day.
Race 2. (13:00) Memberships Maiden Handicap (1200m)
#3 – More Shots @ $2.75 – Bet Now
More Shots didn’t fire a shot on debut but improved quickly to run second at Sunshine Coast last start.
The three-year-old went within a length of causing an upset at odds of $30 and she won’t run at those odds again for awhile.
Gets every chance from an inside barrier and senior rider Jim Byrne is in the saddle.
Race 3. (13:35) Girls Day Out Raceday Maiden (1640m)
#8 – Suceedandconquer @ $4.80 – Bet Now
Robert Heathcote lines up the four-year-old that improved significantly to run third at Sunshine Coast last start.
The four-year-old has only four placings from 12 starts but he has to get off the mark at some point and this is his best chance.
There’s not much to this field and the odds are good each-way value.
Race 4. (14:10) Society Roku Gin Maiden (1350m)
#5 – Baroda @ $2.50 – Bet Now
Team Edmonds lines up the three-year-old filly which battled on nicely last start and could win here.
The daughter of Epaulette ran only a length behind the winner at Gold Coast and that came against a strong maiden field.
Looks a good chance here in what is an even contest.
Race 5. (14:57) Gallopers Sports Club C5 Handicap (1200m)
#5 – Qiji Phoenix @ $4.20 – Bet Now
Punters are waiting patiently for Qiji Phoenix to return to form after looking a nice type early on.
The five-year-old won his first three starts before placing in only one of his next starts. We’re not sure why his form has dropped off, but we’re keeping the faith.
The talent is there and markets indicate that he could return to form.
Race 6. (15:22) Souths Sports Club C2 (1640m)
#2 – Slow Hands @ $3.60 – Bet Now
This is a nice field and Slow Hands looks to be one of the better winning chances.
The Kelly Schweida-trained five-year-old ran close when fourth at Sunshine Coast last start and he’s a past winner at Doomben, which will help.
Gets a good draw from barrier four and if he settles a fraction close, he could be too good for them.
Race 7. (15:57) Spirit of Boom Phelan Ready (1110m)
#5 – War Memorial @ $3.60 – Bet Now
Disappointing to see a small field of only four runners and we’re going with the debutante.
The Snowden-trained son of Fastnet Rock has produced two good trials to date. The most recent was a second placing behind Wild Ruler, which made a winning debut last Saturday.
That’s a good form guide for this and off the inside draw, we’re liking the value on offer.
Race 8. (16:32) BRC Royal Ascot Tour BM65 (1110m)
#5 – Brinkmanship @ $4.60 – Bet Now
Brinkmanship goes best fresh up with four starts for two wins and two second placings.
The four-year-old is a three-time winner from 13 starts and could make another winning fresh up run here.
Scored a three-length trial win at Gold Coast to prepare for this and that’s a good sign.
$4.60 is a value price.
Race 9. (17:07) Boomber Bloodstock Calaway Gal (1110m)
#4 – Away Game @ $2.75 – Bet Now
Away Game has had the benefit of a race day start and it came at Sandown. The filly finished fourth behind Hanseatic and that’s a good form guide at this level.
The Maher/Eustace team sends the daughter of Snitzel to Queensland it could pay dividends.
She showed good barrier to lead on debut and she looks a strong bet in the co-feature of the day.
Race 10. (17:41) Hamilton Hotel C2 Plate (1350m)
#15 – Ingear @ $2.40 – Bet Now
Ingear showed her speed when winning on debut at Ipswich by 4.5 lengths and it’s tough to ignore that performance.
The Tony Gollan-trained runner has since taken on some tough company but drops to a manageable grade here.
Gets in with only 54kg and every chance of winning the last.