Eagle Farm features an eight-race card this Wednesday and there’s some good racing in store.
We have free expert tips and form for all eight races at Eagle Farm this week.
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Race 1. (12:28) BRC Maiden (1600m)
#6 – Construe – Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the three-year-old filly which is making a fresh start following a luckless campaign.
The daughter of Savabeel didn’t have much go right in four runs last time in work but she’s dropping in class for this and seeing Blake Shinn in the saddle is a good sign.
Watch for any betting moves but she should be well-favoured to win.
Race 2. (13:03) Doomben 10,000 Day 11/5 Handicap (2225m)
#6 – Fast Dealer – Bet Now
Yet to win a race from four attempts and he’s coming up against multiple race winners, but don’t sleep on this gelding.
The Toby Edmonds-trained son of Dundeel has back-to-back placings coming into this and the rise in distance could be the key to his success.
He gets a weight advantage over the rest of the field and he could be paying each-way odds with bookmakers.
Race 3. (13:38) Memberships At BRC C3 (2225m)
#6 – Slaughter Bay – Bet Now
Slaughter Bay has always had potential but is having a tough time showing it. The six-year-old is a two-time winner which returned to form when running fourth last start.
That was a good guide to this and although he’s facing a tough field here, punters should be getting significant double-figure odds and he could provide value.
Take on trust but the light weight should help his chances.
Race 4. (14:15) Artisan Carnival Maiden (1200m)
#4 – Addocarr – Bet Now
Addocarr is named after a speedster and he has shown some of that speed in a limited career to date.
The three-year-old gelding by Sizzling has placed in four of his six starts, including a second placing at Ipswich two starts back.
He wasn’t so good last time out at Gold Coast but conditions are different here and we’re expecting a much better effort from the talented type.
Punters should get nice odds.
Race 5. (14:53) Hamilton Hotel BM65 (1300m)
#2 – Hold On – Bet Now
Hold On was good enough to win four consecutive races last campaign and that should warrant attention in this.
The five-year-old mare hasn’t quite hit the ground running this time in with an eighth and sixth-place finish, but she was always going to need the fitness under her belt.
This race suits nicely and the real Hold On could turn up.
Race 6. (15:30) Doomben Cup Day BM65 (1300m)
#12 – Coastal Prince – Bet Now
We were keen on Coastal Prince at Ipswich last start and although finishing fifth, he went well enough to stick with him.
The Edmonds-trained runner is only going to improve with more conditioning and he looked good last preparation when scoring back-to-back wins.
He meets an even field here and he could offer punters with some value.
Race 7. (16:07) Jim Beam Black C3 Plate (1200m)
#10 – Pizonie – Bet Now
Pizonie is knocking on the door after four consecutive second placings. The Tony Gollan-trained gelding has been a model of consistency to date and he should go close here.
The three-year-old by Eurozone has finished in the money in six of his eight starts and we’re predicting he adds to that record here.
Gets the inside draw and he should be competitive from there.
Race 8. (16:45) Tab C4 Handicap (1600m)
#1 – Surprise Bullet – Bet Now
Barry Lockwood lines up the four-year-old gelding which has won three of his 15 starts. His record also includes six placings and that’s tough to overlook.
Despite his last three runs being below his best, he should find this much easier and he only needs luck from a wide barrier.
Punters should get good odds.