We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Doomben, which features nine quality betting races.
Quality fields and quality thoroughbreds shine on Doomben this Saturday, where the track will have some moisture in it.
Doomben free tips & form
Race 1. (11:38) Rawgroup Hospitality C6 (1600m)
#1 – Shogun Sun – Bet Now
Shogun Sun returned to form when running second at Eagle Farm last start and he could continue in that vein of form.
The Kelly Schweida-trained four-year-old finished only a nose behind Smartedge last start and he arguably faces a much easier field here.
Corey Bayliss will take some weight off his back and he should be running on nicely.
Race 2. (12:13) Madame Wu Handicap (1350m)
#1 – Snazz ‘N’ Charm @ $1.65 – Bet Now
Bookies opened the colt at very short odds but he should be putting this field away. The two-year-old by Snitzel ran second at Randwick on debut before running third at Eagle Farm last start.
Both of those runs came behind some talented types and he should be breaking through for this maiden win here.
Take the shorts on offer.
Race 3. (12:48) Chu The Phat BM75 (2000m)
#10 – Ilwendo @ $2.35 – Bet Now
Looking to improve on three consecutive fifth placings, but those have come in Sydney against some better than average types.
The Matthew Smith-trained five-year-old has been lightly-tried with only eight starts but he has shown enough throughout his career to suggest he can win this.
Gets in light with only 54kg on his back and that should make him tough to beat.
Race 4. (13:23) The Sports Hub Handicap (1200m)
#1 – Amanaat – Bet Now
A winner of nine from 16 starts, Amanaat is a quality type which is looking to get back into the winners’ column.
The five-year-old ran very well for second last start as a $17 chance and he’s only going to improve with more racing under his belt.
Track conditions look ideal and he should be going close.
Race 5. (14:02) Duporth Tavern C3 Plate (1200m)
#11 – Bubbles’n’troubles – Bet Now
Didn’t fire at Eagle Farm last start but she has since won a trial at Doomben and that should hold her in good stead for this.
The talented three-year-old filly was a winner at the Gold Coast prior to that and although she’s facing some experienced types, she has more upside than most.
Gets in well enough at the weights and punters should be getting some each-way odds.
Race 6. (14:42) Casa Cibo C3 Plate (1200m)
#1 – All Important – Bet Now
Tony Gollan lines up the four-year-old gelding which didn’t run up to his best qualities last start but could rebound and win here.
The son of I Am Invincible showed off his talent when scoring consecutive wins at Ipswich earlier this season and anything close to that takes him close.
Likely to sit just off the speed from barrier eight over this distance.
Race 7. (15:22) Beach House 1MW (1350m)
#4 – Marksfield – Bet Now
Good enough to score back-to-back wins earlier this season but they did come in much easier races. However, he has run well at Eagle Farm last start and could continue that form here.
He’s a 10-time winner on a good track but he does have rain-affected track form. Keep in mind here and he’ll be paying a big price.
Race 8. (16:02) Bottle-O C6 Handicap (1110m)
#2 – Ef Troop – Bet Now
Doesn’t lack speed and he’s a three-year-old which could put a couple of lengths on this field.
The Gollan-trained son of Spirit of Boom finished a close second at Ipswich last time out and he looked the goods when winning by a half-length three back at Doomben.
He’s a three-time winner at Doomben and that should take him a long way to winning this.
Race 9. (16:37) Tab Handicap (1350m)
#1 – Cyber Attack – Bet Now
That run was too bad to be true last start and we’re prepared to give it another chance. The Kiwi runner could give Tony Pike another win this season and his best NZ form would take him close.
He’s a four-time winner from 14 starts which goes best on a soft track. That bodes well for this and he should be producing a much better effort this time around.