We have expert betting tips for the betting card this Wednesday at Eagle Farm, which features nine quality betting races.
The Brisbane Winter Carnival is officially over but racing at Eagle Farm continues this Wednesday. There are some good midweek types engaged and wide-open fields for punters to enjoy.
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Race 1. (11:23) Country Music Weekend Maiden (1000m)
#7 – Terminal – Bet Now
Terminal has been backed and beaten in two starts to date but she could reward loyal punters here.
The Kurt Goldman-trained three-year-old finished second on debut and was disappointing when running sixth as the $1.57 favourite at Wagga last start.
Better than what she has been showing and with the right run in transit, she could be right around the mark this time around.
Race 2. (11:58) Teddy Bears Picnic Handicap (1400m)
#5 – Mosshiki – Bet Now
Two-year-old gelding Mosshiki finished third at Doomben last start and he could improve nicely out of that race.
The Anderson/Heathcote-trained son of Mossman loomed to win but didn’t have every chance in the straight.
He is bred to enjoy wet conditions and despite the track being in the good range, he should go close against this level of opposition.
Race 3. (12:33) BRC Maiden Plate (1400m)
#12 – Withering – Bet Now
Withering has placed in four of her seven starts and it’s only a matter of time before she exits maiden grades.
The Toby Edmonds-trained runner finished a close third at Sunshine Coast last start and it’s good to see Jeff Lloyd sticking with the daughter of More Than Ready.
55kg on her back and every chance of taking this out.
Race 4. (13:08) Pages Event Hire C2 Plate (1400m)
#9 – Malawi Gold – Bet Now
Malawi Gold took nine runs to break maiden grades but finally got the job done at Doomben last time out.
The Matthew Dunn-trained three-year-old is a former Victorian which was struggling to cross the line first. That all came to an end last start and he could now kick on with it.
Robbie Fradd returns to the saddle and he’s just the jockey this sometimes lazy gelding needs to get over the line.
Race 5. (13:43) Tab C2 Plate (1400m)
#8 – Raise An Army – Bet Now
Stuart Kendrick lines up the five-year-old gelding which has rattled off four consecutive second placings coming into this.
The son of Sepoy went very close last start at Doomben when running Shinjin to within a nose. That performance should see him be competitive in this grade again.
Drawing barrier 11 could hurt his chances but he likes to roll forward and should show good barrier speed.
Race 6. (14:18) BRC Events BM65 (1200m)
#4 – No Refund – Bet Now
No Refund is in good form with two wins from his last three starts. The three-year-old now owns three wins from 10 starts and should continue to rise through the grades nicely.
One of those wins came last time out at Doomben. It was a comprehensive display, scoring by 2.3 lengths and justifying his favouritism tag.
He gets barrier two for this and should be right around the mark once again.
Race 7. (14:53) BRC Memberships BM65 (1200m)
#9 – Flower of Love – Bet Now
Flower of Love didn’t look all that great last campaign but has returned this time in a whole new mare. The four-year-old has had four starts for a win and three placings.
Her win came at Doomben by nine lengths and although unable to win since, she has been right around the mark.
She got way too far back during the run last start but made good ground to run second. If she settles closer, expect a terrific run here.
Race 8. (15:28) Ascot Green C5 Handicap (1500m)
#2 – I Am Impinge – Bet Now
Toby Edmonds lines up the four-year-old which ran awfully close at Gold Coast last start and has always had plenty of ability.
The four-year-old has four wins from 21 starts but that could easily have been doubled. He will appreciate getting some weight off his back and be tough to beat here.
Bookmakers should be offering good odds and they’ll be worth taking.
Race 9. (16:03) A Night In France BM70 (1800m)
#1 – Our Mantra – Bet Now
Our Mantra comes into this following a win at Doomben and that came by 1.5 lengths.
The four-year-old son of Sebring took some time to score his third career win, but he could now kick on with it.
Rises up in weight to 60.5kg for this but he has the class edge over most of these.