We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Eagle Farm, which features 10 quality betting races.
There are no big races on the card but it’s a packed 10-race program and we have our best bets for every race.
Eagle Farm horse racing tips
Race 1. (12:38) TAB 1MW (1800m)
#3 – Pleased – Bet Now
The six-year-old is in good form this season with four starts for two wins. That includes an easy win at Doomben last start and that form should hold up nicely.
He’s a son of Street Cry which scored by 1.5 lengths last time out and there are no superstars to beat in this field.
Drawn well in barrier three and he gets the services of Jake Bayliss in the saddle, who has experience winning big races in Australia and New Zealand.
Race 2. (13:13) St Rita’s College Handicap (1000m)
#1 – Gotta Kiss – Bet Now
Gotta Kiss has winning form on the board and she’s the only race winner in this field.
The Steven O’Dea-trained filly scored by 2.5 lengths on debut and she’s every chance to double up and win again.
Drawn awkwardly in barrier nine but her race experience is going to play a part in this race.
Stick with the talented filly.
Race 3. (13:48) Proav Solutions Queensland C3 (1000m)
#2 – Vienna Power – Bet Now
Vienna Power isn’t the most consistent runner going around but it’s hard to discount his record.
He’s a lightly-tried six-year-old which has had only five starts for three wins. His other two starts resulted in fifth placings, which were a little disappointing.
However, he’s classy at best and after securing barrier three, he should get every chance to score his fourth career win.
Race 4. (14:23) Madison Cleaning Services (1000m)
#5 – Desert Man – Bet Now
Desert Man has destroyed his opposition at his last two starts and he could do the same again here.
The Kelly Schweida-trained gelding scored by 6.5 lengths two back before winning easily again by six lengths last time out.
Both wins came on this track and we’re expecting another top effort.
Stephanie Thornton will head forward and try kick away around the turn.
Race 5. (14:58) Likeminded Painters C3 (1600m)
#7 – Last Light – Bet Now
Last Light hasn’t been able to win in awhile but the five-year-old mare is knocking on the door.
The daughter of Casino Prince finished a narrow second at Ipswich last time out and she has plenty of improvement to come.
Drawing barrier 11 won’t hurt her chances of winning over this distance and punters should get each-way odds to enjoy.
Race 6. (15:33) Dss Law Handicap (1200m)
#5 – Tawfiq Boy – Bet Now
Tawfiq Boy should be able to return to form after posting a good win two back.
The Kris Lees-trained six-year-old followed that up with a fourth-placing last time out but that came against a hot field.
It was taken out by Baccarat Baby and there was only a length between them. Didn’t lose any admirers and he looks a good chance in this.
Race 7. (16:23) Clayfield Jewellery Handicap (1600m)
#4 – Another Dollar – Bet Now
It wasn’t long ago when Another Dollar was taking on some tough opposition in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Chris Waller-trained mare recorded a win at Doomben two starts back and although beaten last start, she’s much better than that.
Drawing barrier four is ideal for this and there isn’t much to beat in this field.
Punters could get value odds with bookmakers.
Race 8. (17:00) HMW Group Handicap (1200m)
#4 – Winning Shot – Bet Now
Winning Shot has already recorded three wins from her four starts and that’s tough form to overlook.
She ran eighth at Doomben in her only defeat but bounced back to score by 1.5 lengths at Sunshine Coast last start.
This will be her toughest test to date but we’re confident her form can hold and punters should be getting each-way odds.
Drawn well and carrying 55kg helps.
Race 9. (17:38) St Rita’s College BM70 (1200m)
#8 – Dreamcatcher – Bet Now
Dreamcatcher needed the run when resuming at Gold Coast and punters should expect quick improvement.
Prior to that the four-year-old finished second on this track and it has a big effort after settling well back in the field.
His win at Sunshine Coast prior came by 2.3 lengths and anything close to that would see him running well here.
Race 10. (18:22) BRC BM80 (1400m)
#10 – Time to Play – Bet Now
Time to Play has won her last two races and she could give punters something to cheer for in the last race.
The five-year-old should be paying good odds despite winning her last two. She rises in grade after scoring at Eagle Farm last start but she can handle it.
Confidence is right up now and she only needs some luck from the wide barrier.