We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben, which features nine quality betting races.
There are some good betting races on the card at Doomben and we’ve found the best value across the board.
Doomben free tips & form
Race 1. (11:58) Spring Racing Maiden (1350m)
#1 – Great Keppell – Bet Now
Consistency is key for Great Keppell but he needs to win a race soon and it should come here.
The three-year-old son of Hinchinbrook has five placings from six starts and that includes a close-up finish at Ipswich last start.
It’s only a matter of time before he breaks through and securing the inside draw should give him a good advantage.
Race 2. (12:33) TAB Maiden Plate (1200m)
#3 – Gigli Primo – Bet Now
Gigli Primo ran better than expected on debut when running second at Doomben and he could continue to improve here.
The three-year-old son of Lope de Vega ran 1.3 lengths behind Heavenly Journey and form out of that maiden should stack up nicely.
Small field will help and he looks a nice each-way chance.
Race 3. (13:08) BRC Membership Maiden (1200m)
#3 – Dolly Spartan – Bet Now
David Vandyke lines up the capable sprinter which has been a little unlucky to not win a race yet.
The three-year-old has finished second in three of her five starts and she went within a length of the winner at Doomben last start.
Having had experience on this track is a plus and she demands respect against this level of opposition.
Race 4. (13:43) Country Music Weekend Maiden (1050m)
#2 – Baby Boomer – Bet Now
Two-year-old gelding Baby Boomer is on debut for Tony Gollan and he usually has them ready to fire.
The son of Spirit of Boom comes into this with a 2.5-length trial win at Doomben and that trial form reads well for this.
Bookmakers will have a tough time framing a market but expect Baby Boomer to be within the best-backed runners in the field.
Race 5. (14:18) Teddy Bears Maiden (1050m)
#5 – Precizzling – Bet Now
Sons of Sizzling typically hit the ground running and this could be another quality debutante lining up for Tony Gollan.
He comes into this having posted a 3.3-length trial win at Doomben and he looks ready to run a good race on debut.
Drawing barrier nine could make it more difficult but expect a forward effort from the juvenile.
Race 6. (14:53) Events & BRC Handicap (1200m)
#2 – Taiko Boom – Bet Now
Taiko Boom has needed two runs back from a spell and he now looks ready to show his best at Doomben.
The six-year-old is coming off a fourth-place finish on this track and although he settled close and drifted late, there was a lot of pressure of front.
This isn’t a strong field and the four-time winner could add another to the record.
Race 7. (15:28) Big Screen On The Green C5 (1650m)
#4 – Sornja – Bet Now
Sornja was good enough to win consecutive races earlier this campaign and she went close last start as well.
The daughter of Real Saga ran within a length of the winner at Grafton and that came following two wins at Cessnock and Gold Coast.
Drawing in barrier 10 will likely see her settle back but she has a good enough turn-of-foot to rattle home and win.
Race 8. (16:03) Southbank Emporium C2 Handicap (1110m)
#1 – The Tenor – Bet Now
We’re not sure what went wrong with The Tenor last campaign but he has been primed with a 3.5-length trial win at Doomben.
The Kelly Schweida-trained three-year-old is a winner of two from seven starts and one of those wins came at three lengths at Gosford.
He has a fair amount of class and the apprentice claim will help with the 60kg on his back.
Race 9. (16:38) BRC BM70 (1350m)
#11 – The Kingdom – Bet Now
The Kingdom is slightly out of form but the three-year-old could bounce back with a good showing here.
He finished only 1.7 lengths behind the winner at Gold Coast last start and with natural improvement to come, we’re expecting a nice effort here.
54.5kg on the back helps and the odds should be appealing.