We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben, which features seven quality betting races.
Punters love midweek racing out of Doomben and so do we. All seven races are covered with our best bets.
Doomben horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:43) Queensland All Trades Maiden (1640m)
#6 – Prospectus – Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the three-year-old gelding which has been around the mark to date.
The son of Excelebration ran second at Doomben two back when making up big ground. He then ran fourth last start and did it in a similar fashion.
Drawing barrier eight doesn’t hold any fears and Michael Cahill takes the ride.
Race 2. (15:18) Paynters C5 Plate (1200m)
#2 – Desert Man – Bet Now
Desert Man has destroyed his opposition at his last two starts and he could do the same again here.
The Kelly Schweida-trained gelding scored by 6.5 lengths two back before winning easily again by six lengths last time out.
Both wins came on this track and we’re expecting another top effort.
Stephanie Thornton will head forward and try kick away around the turn.
Race 3. (15:55) Johns Lyng Maiden (1640m)
#6 – Fizz – Bet Now
Tony Gollan lines up the four-year-old mare which produced a career-best second placing last start.
The daughter of Spirit of Boom has placed in two of her six starts and she was only a length behind the winner last time out.
That form should hold up nicely and with senior rider Larry Cassidy in the saddle, we’re expecting a top-notch effort.
Race 4. (16:35) Bay Building Services Maiden (1350m)
#1 – Alderman – Bet Now
Alderman is an extremely consistent gelding which has yet to miss a placing from five attempts.
The five-year-old finished third two starts back at Doomben before backing that up with a second placing on this track.
He gets the inside draw and should be fighting out the finish once again.
Race 5. (17:15) Morse Consultancy BM70 (1640m)
#9 – Tiponi – Bet Now
Four-year-old mare Tiponi is coming off a close second placing on this track last start and she could improve to win.
The Desleigh Forster-trained daughter of Sizzling was a winner on debut at Ipswich but she hasn’t been able to win since.
Drawing wide won’t help here but she gets in with 54kg and that’s only going to help.
Race 6. (17:52) Advanced Buildings C2 Handicap (1350m)
#11 – Got My Thrills – Bet Now
Stuart Kendrick lines up the three-year-old filly which was a winner on debut at Sunshine Coast.
The three-year-old filly scored by 1.8 lengths after hitting the line with real power and she should be winning again shortly.
Carrying 54kg on her back is going to help and having a strong rider in Mark du Plessis in the saddle is going to help.
Race 7. (18:25) Steamatic C1 Handicap (1200m)
#1 – Bullet Speed – Bet Now
Matthew Dunn trains the four-year-old gelding which scored with real style on debut.
The son of Snitzel scored by just under a length at Eagle Farm and he has since recorded a trial win at Gold Coast.
This is a tough field but he should be paying each-way odds with bookmakers and have a chance to remain unbeaten.