25/09/19 – Wednesday Horse Racing Tips for Doomben

We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Doomben, which features eight quality betting races.

It’s always fair and competitive racing at Doomben and we have tips for all eight races on the card this Wednesday.

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Race 1. (13:08) TAB Maiden Handicap (1650m)

#3 – Steel Pier – Bet Now

Looks set to win a race shortly after posting two placings from his first two starts.

The Tony Gollan-trained three-year-old finished only a nose behind the winner at Ipswich last start and the form out of that should hold up nicely.

Gets an inside draw for this and jockey Baylee Nothdurft is starting to ride with more confidence.

Race 2. (13:43) Members @ BRC Maiden (1200m)

#8 – Divine Decadence – Bet Now

That was a nice debut effort from Divine Decadence. The five-year-old mare took her time getting to the races but the patience might have paid off.

She finished only a head behind the winner at Gold Coast and she should only continue to improve with the run.

There’s not much form in this race and she could take advantage of that.

Race 3. (14:18) Melb Cup Day @ Eagle Farm Maiden (1200m)

#4 – My Boy Sam – Bet Now

My Boy Sam is knocking on the door after starting his career with consecutive second placings.

Trained by David Vandyke, the three-year-old gelding has been getting a little too far back in the run but making up good ground.

Rising to 1200m is going to help his chances and the son of Falvelon could score an overdue maiden win here.

Race 4. (14:53) Clayfield Raceday BM65 (1650m)

#1 – Bering Sea – Bet Now

Bering Sea was a little disappointing last start but he doesn’t have a good second-up record so we’ll put it down to that.

The Vandyke-trained gelding is a two-time winner from 10 starts and he typically bounces back from a poor second-up effort.

He owns a win and a placing from two third-up starts and that’s going to bode well for this run.

Top chance in an even field.

Race 5. (15:28) Giddy Up Membership BM65 (2050m)

#5 – Marlahn – Bet Now

Marlahn is a seven-year-old gelding which has found a new lease on life after winning two of his last three starts.

The son of Daichi No hasn’t been winning against the top-class horses, but he’s in form and could win at nice odds in this field.

Punters should get nice odds and he’s worth following.

Race 6. (16:03) Southbank Emporium BM70 (1200m)

#10 – No Refund – Bet Now

No Refund owns good fresh up form with three starts for a win and a placing, which bodes well for this run.

The four-year-old is a three-time winner from only 11 starts and he might go under the radar in a race like this.

He gets the inside draw and he has been prepared with a third placing at the recent Doomben trials.

Race 7. (16:38) Lexus of Brisbane C2 (1350m)

#1 – Great Keppell – Bet Now

Great Keppell is looking for his third consecutive win and he gets every chance to continue that form.

The Edmonds-trained four-year-old scored by 2.3 lengths at Doomben two starts back and then scored by a length at Gold Coast last start.

Drawing wide isn’t ideal but he has finished in the money in eight of his nine starts and must be respected from anywhere.

Race 8. (17:13) Event at BRC C6 (1350m)

#1 – Waltzing Willie – Bet Now

Eight-year-old Waltzing Willie returned to form when winning at Murwillumbah last start and that form could hold.

The Donna Grisedale-trained runner has been around the circuit for a long time and his confidence is back up after a good win.

He could provide punters with some nice value in the last.

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