We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Flemington, which features nine quality betting races.
There are some quality races this Saturday at Flemington, including the Winter Championship and Mahogany Challenge Final.
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Race 1. (11:45) Leilani Series Final (1400m)
#1 – Organza – Bet Now
Organza is nearing an overdue win after posting five consecutive placings. The James Cummings-trained four-year-old has finished in the money in 12 of her 17 starts and that’s a top record.
The daughter of Street Cry has been running some good races behind nice types, including Ready to Prophet last time out. That’s strong form for this.
She should be well-backed to win the opener.
Race 2. (12:20) Cup Tour Trophy (2000m)
#8 – Impi – Bet Now
Unbeaten after two starts, Impi certainly has more upside than most runners in this field. The Pat Carey-trained runner is bred to enjoy the longer distances and he has won for fun to date.
His debut win came by 6.3 lengths at Bunbury and he then scored by six lengths at Echuca. This is a big rise in class but he’s clearly a type on the rise.
Gets 54kg on the back and he will be an exciting watch in this.
Race 3. (12:55) Silver Bowl Series Final (1600m)
#1 – Buffalo River – Bet Now
Buffalo River scored his third consecutive win when beating Asgard Massif last start and he could win again.
The Mike Moroney-trained three-year-old is an imported runner which scored by 3.5 lengths last start and he looks a potential cups horse for the future.
He’s still learning and he rises in weight for this, but the inside draw is ideal and we’re expecting another tidy effort.
Race 4. (13:30) Banjo Paterson Series Final (2600m)
#1 – Chouxting The Mob – Bet Now
There are some quality stayers lining up in this race but it’s tough to overlook the fine form of Chouxting The Mob.
He showed his quality last start when grinding home to score at Flemington despite looking only an average chance around the home turn. That was his fourth consecutive win and probably his best.
This will no doubt be his toughest test to date but he’s more than capable of handling it.
Race 5. (14:10) Taj Rossi Series Final (1600m)
#3 – Rubisaki – Bet Now
Rubisaki recorded an impressive win on this track last start and she looks capable of going back-to-back at Flemington.
The two-year-old filly has now won consecutive races with her first coming at Seymour by 2.3 lengths. She’s starting to put together a nice record and this will be her ultimate test.
Follow any positive betting moves for the daughter of Rubick.
Race 6. (14:50) Mahogany Challenge Final (2500m)
#1 – Dogmatic – Bet Now
Consistency is in favour of Dogmatic, which has yet to run worse than fourth in all nine starts this campaign.
The Richard Laming-trained three-year-old made good ground last start to run second at Caulfield and his form throughout this season has been solid.
He’s a three-time winner from 10 starts which is capable of carrying the big weight and should be around the mark again.
Race 7. (15:30) All Victorian Sprint Series (1200m)
#8 – Jorda – Bet Now
Punters are going to need to take Jorda on trust but she showed enough as a youngster to be warranted a winning chance here.
The James Cummings-trained four-year-old hasn’t been seen since February and we’re hoping the time off the track switches her on.
Dropping in weight to 54kg should help and with a senior rider in the saddle, we’re expecting quick improvement.
Race 8. (16:10) Winter Championship (1600m)
#2 – Hellova Street – Bet Now
We’re sticking with Hellova Street, which has been below his best of late but has the talent to take this out.
The Scott Brunton-trained eight-year-old is a winner of 18 races and he has placed in another 20. That must be respected in a race like this.
He has form in the wet so track conditions won’t be a problem.
Race 9. (16:44) Rivette Series Final (1600m)
#1 – Sure Knee – Bet Now
Sure Knee is the class runner of this field and she got back to winning form when scoring at Flemington last start.
We tipped her on top on that occasion but we were worried about her lengthy campaign. We’re again surprised to see her line up here but Chris Waller knows what he’s doing.
She’s certainly in fit order and with four wins from 12 starts, she should be going well again in this.