We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Gold Coast that features eight quality betting races.
Punters are getting great value odds throughout the day at Gold Coast. We have found the best betting opportunities across all eight races.
Gold Coast horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:38) Hideway Kitchen & Bar Handicap (1800m)
#1 – Calibration – Bet Now
Kris Lees lines up the six-year-old which has finished in the money in 11 of his 16 career starts.
The son of Excelebration didn’t fire on the heavy track last start but has since had two trials to prepare for this run.
Drawing barrier three is ideal and the odds should reflect his chances.
Race 2. (15:13) Mr Hizola’s Maiden (1200m)
#5 – Jay Curve – Bet Now
Jay Curve looks to have more talent than most in this field. The three-year-old filly ran fifth on debut at Randwick when running behind Splintex.
He then finished fourth at Doomben when making good ground and he’s only going to improve on that effort.
He’s a speedy type and bookmakers should have him short in the market.
Race 3. (15:48) Coopers Brewing Maiden (1200m)
#2 – Christmas Creek – Bet Now
There isn’t much form in this race and Christmas Creek could take advantage of that.
The Chris Munce-trained four-year-old owns seven placings from 12 starts and he won’t find an easier race to finally score a win.
Both starts this season have resulted in placings and bookmakers should be respecting his chances in the market.
Race 4. (16:23) Brown Forman BM65 (900m)
#11 – Soubrette – Bet Now
Soubrette was an impressive winner on debut at Sunshine Coast and although beaten since, she could return in good order.
The four-year-old mare gets her chance with only 54kg on her back and although this is a hot field for the 900m contest, she has good speed.
Punters should be getting good each-way value and she’s worth sticking with.
Race 5. (16:58) FMD Produce Handicap (1200m)
#8 – Deep Sorrow – Bet Now
There was no sorrow for Deep Sorrow on debut, winning by just under a length at Sunshine Coast.
It was a good display late in the race, as she sprinted down the outside to score an impressive victory.
Bookmakers had her as the $1.57 favourite on that occasion. However, punters should get much better odds here as this field is very good.
Gets in with 54kg on her back and that helps.
Race 6. (17:33) Wipeout Demolition BM55 (1400m)
#10 – Lady Eighty Eight – Bet Now
The Guy-trained runner hasn’t won for a while, but she could get back to her best form.
She is coming off a third placing at Ballina where she hit the line nicely behind Champagne Vega. The six-year-old should take good benefit from that outing and she has good experience on this track.
Lady Eighty Eight has only one win from 31 starts but at least punters will get good odds.
Race 7. (18:10) Halewood Wines & Spirits R75 (1400m)
#12 – Sleepy Heart – Bet Now
Matthew Dunn lines up the four-year-old mare that scored an impressive win fresh up this campaign.
The mare by Show A Heart scored by a nose before rising up in grade and struggling a touch. However, she should find this more to her liking.
Having Ron Stewart in the saddle with only 55kg on her back should see her fighting out the finish.
Race 8. (18:42) Tab C2 Handicap (1200m)
#8 – Rest of the World – Bet Now
Rest of the World has been running good races for trainer Matthew Dunn, including a third placing at Doomben last start.
The four-year-old gelding flashed home late and he’s going to derive plenty of benefit from that run.
He’s a talented type that only needs some luck from barrier 14 to figure in the finish.