It’s a big meeting at Gold Coast this Saturday with the AQUIS 2YO Jewel and TAB 3YO Jewel. The new concept has attracted big fields and we’re loving the value on offer.
We have free tips, form and odds for all 10 races at Gold Coast this Saturday.
Gold Coast free tips & form
Race 1. (11:35) Hollindale Stakes May 4 C3 (1800m)
#4 – See The Master @ $3.40 – Bet Now
Chris Waller has been having a good season to date in Queensland and he lines up last-start winner See The Master, which scored nicely by 1.3 lengths.
The five-year-old had been running against nice types in Sydney before finding immediate success in the Sunshine State. Expect more success against fields like this.
Race 2. (12:12) Moco Meats Rump Steaks BM85 (2400m)
#1 – Rodrico @ $5 – Bet Now
The former New Zealand-based runner has been facing tough fields since arriving in Australia and he should appreciate the drop in class.
A son of High Chaparral is a five-time winner from 27 starts and although he’s best described as a “battler” he will enjoy dropping in grade.
Baker’s stable is in form and Rodrico represents value.
Race 3. (12:48) McCain Foods NMW (900m)
#10 – Silver Melody @ $9 – Bet Now
Filly by All Too Hard which scored a narrow but convincing win at Wyong last start and her turn-of-foot was impressive.
She has always shown better form at the provincial tracks and if she gets some luck from a wide draw, she should give each-way punters something to cheer for.
Race 4. (13:27) Lilydale Chicken BM70 (1200m)
#9 – Fabulonh @ $15 – Bet Now
Big odds on offer for the out-of-form gelding but he was a winner fresh up at Doomben and he shouldn’t be discounted here.
The Robert Heathcote-trained son of Lonhro hasn’t been able to cope with some tricky fields of late but this looks more suitable and the former Victorian could surprise punters at double-figure odds.
Looks the value runner.
Race 5. (14:07) Perfect Italiano BM70 (1200m)
#12 – Winter Passage @ $4 – Bet Now
Consistent filly which comes into this having placed at her last four starts. Prior to that, the daughter of I Am Invincible was a winner at Doomben against a nice field.
Her most recent starts have been in tough races and she should be fitter for this.
Drawn well and deserves respect.
Race 6. (14:43) Moco Food Gold Coast Stakes (1800m)
#11 – Looks Like Elvis @ $3.20 – Bet Now
Was heavily backed last start at Randwick and although beaten, he faced a tough field and ran well considering.
The four-year-old gelding hasn’t won for awhile now but he finished second behind Schabau two starts back at Flemington and that form has been franked since.
Schabau, prior to getting injured, was on the second line of betting for the 2019 Melbourne Cup and Looks Like Elvis pushed him close.
Race 7. (15:22) AQUIS 2YO Jewel (1200m)
#10 – Sugar Boom @ $4.20 – Bet Now
Punters certainly felt a boom of some sort when this filly ran second on debut. The Tony Gollan-trained runner looked home halfway down the straight but was shockingly run down over the concluding stages.
The experience will help both horse and jockey – with the latter being criticised of riding too soft on the line. This is a much harder race but she has obvious talent and should run accordingly.
Race 8. (16:02) TAB 3YO Jewel (1200m)
#1 – Mishani Hustler @ $3 – Bet Now
In form runner having posted back-to-back wins and albeit narrow wins, they have been of a quality good enough to take this out.
The three-year-old colt by Exceedingly Good is a six-time winner from 10 starts and despite drawing barrier 12, he should be able to find cover and hit the line with power.
Race 9. (16:42) Tab Goldmarket (1200m)
#5 – Mr Marbellouz @ $2.60 – Bet Now
Consistency is key with this five-year-old gelding, which has won seven of his 12 starts and placed in another three.
The quality runner comes into this having scored by 3.3 lengths at Doomben last start and despite going winless in three starts prior, his confidence is back up and we’ll follow him in here.
55kg on the back is another bonus.
Race 10. (17:25) Cracker Barrel C6 Plate (1400m)
#18 – On Show @ $7.50 – Bet Now
Couldn’t be running any better after four consecutive wins and the last two have come on this track. The four-year-old mare scored by 2.3 lengths two back and 1.8 lengths last time out.
She has improved significantly this season and having only missed a win or placing in one of her six starts at Gold Coast, she looms as a great chance at 54kg.