We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Eagle Farm that features eight quality betting races.
Eagle Farm hosts a rare midweek meeting and we have our best value bets for every race on the card.
Eagle Farm horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (13:08) Tab Long May We Play Maiden (1200m)
#4 – Daisy Street – Bet Now
Daisy Street is on debut for Kacy Fogden and she looked good in her only trial. She finished second at Gold Coast, and she is bred for speed.
The daughter of Snitzel should get every chance from barrier two, and runners from the Fogden stables have been firing this season.
Race 2. (13:43) BRC Like Nowhere Else Maiden (1600m)
#8 – Golden Missile – Bet Now
Golden Missile has made a consistent start to her career, which includes five starts for five placings.
The five-year-old mare hit the line with power when running third at Eagle Farm last start, and having experience on this track is ideal.
She is a nice type in the making that deserves a winning turn.
Race 3. (14:18) Ascot Green C5 (1300m)
#7 – Chauffeur – Bet Now
The David Vandyke-trained gelding excelled in his first start in Queensland, scoring a win at Doomben last start.
He scored a half-length win over Chico Milagro, which subsequently won on Saturday in a tough race. It is a good form guide and Chauffeur has always had excellent ability.
Expect another top effort on Wednesday.
Race 4. (14:53) Mount Franklin C6 (1800m)
#1 – Cloak – Bet Now
Cloak is the form runner of this field, having won all four starts this preparation. The Vandyke-trained gelding owns six wins from 18 starts, which is a great record.
This will be his first run at Eagle Farm and it’s a track that should suit. Her defeated a similar field last start and the longer straight only helps his chances.
The inside draw is ideal and we’re expecting him to run at short odds.
Race 5. (15:28) Kirin Maiden (1200m)
#10 – Shamaton – Bet Now
Shamaton is on debut for Tony Gollan and he looked good in a recent trial at Doomben.
The three-year-old gelding finished 1.3 lengths behind the winner in the trial, and although drawn wide, he has ability.
Punters should be able to get each-way odds on race day.
Race 6. (16:03) The Village Kitchen Ascot BM75 (1000m)
#2 – Jagged Edge – Bet Now
Jagged Edge doesn’t have the best form coming into this preparation but he has ability and his best form comes fresh up.
The four-year-old gelding owns two wins from three fresh up starts, so punters should expect a forward showing on Wednesday.
Drawing the inside barrier is ideal and punters should see a turnaround in his form.
Race 7. (16:38) Tab Long May We Play BM70 (1600m)
#6 – Sayl – Bet Now
The Chris Waller-trained gelding is a two-time winner from 21 starts, but he should have more wins on his record.
He scored a win at Doomben three starts back before running third at Doomben and Eagle Farm. Racing on this track is ideal, as he needs time to warm up in the straight.
He doesn’t have to do much work off the inside barrier, so expect a good effort.
Race 8. (17:13) Cascade C2 Handicap (1400m)
#3 – Lubuk – Bet Now
Lubuk sprinted late last start at Eagle Farm and he only narrowly missed. That run came in a good form race behind Top Me Up Again, so expect another excellent run.
The Waller-trained gelding showed good form throughout his career in Sydney, so racing in Queensland should suit.
Drawing wide isn’t ideal, but watch for him to finish off strongly.
After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.