We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben that features 10 quality betting races.
The conditions are perfect for racing at Doomben and we have our best value bets for every race on the card.
Doomben horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (11:23) Tab Maiden (1110m)
#2 – Playthefield – Bet Now
Playthefield is getting close to a win after posting six placings from seven starts. The Stuart Kendrick-trained gelding scored a trial win leading into this race, which is a big bonus.
There isn’t much competition to this field and he should be able to run a competitive race. Watch for any late betting moves.
Race 2. (11:58) Mitavite C6 Plate (1110m)
#1 – Hi Flyer – Bet Now
Hi Flyer is gunning for three consecutive wins after posting successes at Gatton and Doomben.
The five-year-old made good ground from the back of the field last start and it is encouraging signs for his future.
He is a six-time winner with every chance to win again.
Race 3. (12:33) The Village Kitchen Ascot Maiden (1050m)
#5 – Electric Dragon – Bet Now
The two-year-old filly ended last campaign with consecutive second placings and she is every chance of going one better.
She is a daughter of Hidden Dragon that won a recent trial to prepare and having Robbie Fradd in the saddle is ideal.
Expect a tidy effort off the inside draw.
Race 4. (13:08) Racetayourplace Maiden Plate (1050m)
#2 – Nuclear – Bet Now
Nuclear has had five trials with four of those coming in Sydney. The Kendrick-trained gelding won a trial at Randwick by 3.3 lengths and there is plenty to like about that form.
The son of Spirit of Boom has every chance of making a winning debut and betting will be the best guide for punters.
Race 5. (13:43) Fun Over Fifty BM72 (1050m)
#12 – For My Annie – Bet Now
For My Annie is unbeaten after three starts and although this is a rise in class, he looks capable of handling it.
The Hatch-trained four-year-old scored by 3.5 lengths at Toowoomba in December and he has yet to be tested at Toowoomba.
It is harder here but he is worth sticking with.
Race 6. (14:18) Tab Long May We Play Maiden (1050m)
#11 – Tracy May – Bet Now
Tracy May owns form in Sydney and that is going to be tough to stop here. The Tony Gollan-trained filly has three placings against tough opposition, so she should find this easier.
She is a daughter of Redoute’s Choice that gets the inside barrier and punters should be expecting a big effort.
Bookmakers should have her at short odds.
Race 7. (14:53) Shape Consulting BM65 (2070m)
#9 – Brando – Bet Now
Brando was heavily supported to win at Sunshine Coast last start and he could go one better this time around.
The Tony Haydon-trained gelding was a length off the winner and he gets his chance from a good draw here.
He needs to win another race soon but this could be the one.
Race 8. (15:28) Fashionatyourplace BM65 (2070m)
#4 – Accessory – Bet Now
Accessory took a long time to win his second race but he could kick on with it now. The three-year-old scored by just under a length at Ipswich and it is good form.
He has finished in the money in eight of his 14 starts, so he is a consistent type that is worth sticking with.
Punters should get each-way odds.
Race 9. (16:03) Mitavite C3 Handicap (1200m)
#13 – Vienna Moon – Bet Now
Vienna Moon is fresh up after a frustrating campaign but she could make an impact on Wednesday.
The five-year-old is a past winner fresh up and she hit the line well enough in a recent trial at Doomben. It was a solid display and punters will be getting juicy odds.
Her day in the sun should come soon so stick with her.
Race 10. (16:34) Eva Air BM72 (1350m)
#10 – Lashoni – Bet Now
Lashoni has been in work for a long time now and she is running well. The four-year-old mare made up huge ground at Gold Coast last start where she narrowly missed winning.
Dropping back a touch in distance isn’t ideal but she should settle closer from barrier two and be right in the thick of it.
Punters should expect each-way odds.