We have expert betting tips for the Group 1 racing card at Eagle Farm this Saturday.
It’s an action-packed card at Eagle Farm which features nine premier races and punters are getting good value across the board.
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Race 1. (11:10) Kirin BM90 (1200m)
#6 – Noble Boy @ $1.65 – Bet Now
The Country Championship winner has plenty more wins in store and he looks a nice chance up in grade.
He’s a son of Bon Hoffa which has won six of his seven starts and his 1.8-length win at The Championships was full of class.
James McDonald takes over the riding duties here and he should enjoy the conditions nicely.
Race 2. (11:45) Led Superscreens C6 Handicap (1400m)
#8 – Cruze @ $5.50 – Bet Now
Flashed home late to win at Doomben last start and having experience winning against big fields will help him here.
The four-year-old is a four-time winner from 19 starts and he’s in career-best form. Getting the inside draw might see him settle a little closer than usual and that should be a positive.
Likely to be well-backed on the day.
Race 3. (12:20) Grand Prix Stakes (2200m)
#1 – Grinzinger Star @ $4.60 – Bet Now
Looked good winning back-to-back races before running into trouble at Flemington last time out.
It was a roughly-run contest but the three-year-old still managed to fight on well and hit the line with good power.
Rising in distance to 2200m is only going to help his chances and we’re expecing a bounce back performance.
Race 4. (12:55) Grinders Coffee Roasters Stakes (1300m)
#2 – Oregon’s Day @ $8.50 – Bet Now
Oregon’s Day is looking to rebound after a poor showing at Group 1 level last time out and this is much easier.
The five-year-old mare looked good when winning in March at Group 3 level and anything close to that run would be good enough form for this.
Punters often come for her on race day so lock in the early value.
Race 5. (13:35) Ascot Green Lord Mayor’s Cup (1600m)
#5 – Le Juge @ $6 – Bet Now
Chris Waller has Le Juge running in fine form after posting six wins from his last seven starts. It took some time for the imported runner to show his best but he looks a nice type in the making now.
The son of Dansili is now a nine-time winner from 33 starts and despite getting well back during the run last start, he powered home to score a narrow victory.
No easier here but he has more upside than many of these.
Race 6. (14:15) Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m)
#2 – Strasbourg @ $4.40 – Bet Now
The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt deserves a notable win after going close in some big races this season.
He’s a colt by I Am Invincible which ran second at Doomben last time out and prior to that he ran at Group 1 level in Sydney.
Bookmakers have him safe in the betting at $4 and that price should hold steady.
Race 7. (14:55) Premier’s Cup (2200m)
#11 – Igraine @ $8.50 – Bet Now
The New Zealand mare finished second last time out by a nose and she should only strengthen from the run.
Her form in New Zealand has included many quality performances and she’s going to get conditions to suit here, regardless of if the track gets some rain or not.
54kg on the back is a nice change and it could make all the difference.
Race 9. (16:15) Fred Best Classic (1400m)
#4 – Zoutori @ $4.60 – Bet Now
Three consecutive wins coming into this and the three-year-old gelding could well win again.
He has rattled off wins at Pakenham, Flemington and Caulfield. That bodes well for this run and he’s going to get every chance from the draw.
$4.60 is a fair price from bookmakers and we’re expecting a tidy effort.