We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben, which features seven quality betting races.
There is some competitive racing expected at Doomben this Wednesday and that should result in some good opportunities for punters.
Doomben horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:18) TAB Handicap (1350m)
#1 – Daddy Cool – Bet Now
Daddy Cool created an upset when winning on debut at Ballina and he could go back-to-back to kick off his career.
The Kris Lees-trained gelding scored by a half-length as an $11 chance and although facing a harder field here, he could represent some value.
Watch for a betting move as that will be a good guide.
Race 2. (14:53) Gallopers Sports Club Maiden (1200m)
#5 – Chicago Bull – Bet Now
Chicago Bull was a highly-touted runner for Peter Gelagotis but it has since been moved to the Tony Gollan stable.
The son of Exceed And Excel has some talent and he’s still a colt, which could be half the problem.
He seemingly has his mind on other things, however, if Gollan can get his mind on the job, he would win this race.
That was a solid third placing last start and with only 54.5kg on his back, he shouldn’t be far away.
Race 3. (15:30) BRC Spring Racing Carnival Maiden (1200m)
#5 – Amiche – Bet Now
Amiche ran well for second on debut and that form has since stacked up nicely.
The three-year-old filly by Nicconi ran a half-length behind Howwonderfullifeis and she should be able to continue her improvement here.
Carrying 54.5kg is going to help her cause and bookmakers should be offering each-way odds in a field which contains many capable types.
Race 4. (16:10) Melbourne Cup @ Eagle Farm Handicap (1350m)
#2 – Powerline – Bet Now
Powerline isn’t the most consistent type running around but he has ability on his day.
He’s an eight-year-old with loads of experience and he could break his run of outs at Doomben with a good showing.
He has yet to win or place from three starts on this track but there was plenty to like about his last start and this isn’t a very deep field.
Each-way odds should be on offer.
Race 5. (16:50) Ascot House BM65 (1650m)
#6 – Trainspotting – Bet Now
David Vandyke lines up the four-year-old gelding which was a last-start winner at Ipswich. The son of Choisir looks to have a nice future and only needs some luck in running.
Drawing barrier 10 won’t make it easy but he has some good barrier speed and could try cross the field and lead.
Tricky race but he’s worth attention and should run accordingly.
Race 6. (17:30) The Society Party Handicap (2240m)
#1 – Bering Sea – Bet Now
Bering Sea is another Vandyke-trained runner which is coming off a win. That came at Eagle Farm by a half-length and he could score again.
He won paying odds of $26 but we’re expecting a shorter price here. The five-year-old is a three-time winner from only 12 starts and that’s a fair record.
With four runs under his belt this campaign, he’ll be in fit order for this and ready to run another quality effort.
Race 7. (18:10) Kirin Handicap (1350m)
#11 – Sojournist – Bet Now
Punters should stick with Sojournist after a pleasing effort to run second at Sunshine Coast last time out.
The six-year-old mare hasn’t won for awhile now but she’s improving this season and could be worth some value at each-way odds.
Certainly worth including on the ticket and the light weight will help her chances.