We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Gosford which features seven quality betting races.
Gosford gets its standalone midweek meeting on Wednesday and there’s good winning form spread throughout the card.
We look at the best value best for every race.
Gosford horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:00) Affordable Wardrobes C1 Handicap (1600m)
#1 – Kiss The Star – Bet Now
Bjorn Baker has the four-year-old gelding running well this year and he went close at Kembla Grange last start.
The son of Savabeel finished a short-head behind Ashton Blair and his form last season was also good quality.
He broke maiden grades with a win at Hawkesbury and has run some nice races. That form should hold him in good stead for this.
Race 2. (14:35) Chittaway Bay Tavern Maiden (1100m)
#6 – Giselle Anne – Bet Now
Lee Curtis lines up the three-year-old filly which won’t take long to break maiden grades.
The well-bred daughter of Snitzel has placed in four of her 11 starts but has faced some stiff opposition to date.
Racing against a field of only seven runners is going to be a massive assist and with only 55.5kg on her back, we’re expecting a big effort.
Should be well-backed in markets.
Race 3. (15:10) Thegreattipoff Maiden (1100m)
#2 – Pacific Ocean – Bet Now
Pacific Ocean could make a big splash on debut if his trial form is anything to go by.
Bjorn Baker lines up the son of Shooting to Win, which has had four trials for four wins. The first came in April and he capped them off by winning at Gosford last month.
The form out of those trials hasn’t been terrific but he looks to have good upside and having Nash Rawiller in the saddle is ideal.
That should give punters a good sight into which Baker-trained runner is the stable pick.
Race 4. (15:45) Central Coast Maiden (1200m)
#2 – Rome – Bet Now
Rome has been burning punters’ money to date but the well-related gelding could finally break through here.
The son of Pierro has finished second in two of his five starts and he has been prepared for this with a trial placing at Randwick.
He owns form behind the likes of Pin Sec, Bellevue Hill and Maggie Miss. Therefore, he hasn’t been running against easy maiden fields.
Drawing barrier two helps here and he deserves another chance.
Race 5. (16:20) Bishop Collins C2 Handicap (1100m)
#2 – Big Parade – Bet Now
Big Parade looked good when winning on debut before running a good race for second last start.
The Clare Cunningham-trained colt won by 2.3 lengths at Taree before pushing a capable type close at Eagle Farm.
He’s a nicely-bred son of Deep Field which has won both trials to prepare for this run. They came nicely at Warwick Farm and he wouldn’t need to improve much to win this.
Should be well-backed to win.
Race 6. (16:55) John Singleton Group BM70 (1600m)
#7 – Dancing Rachel – Bet Now
Dancing Rachel is looking for her third consecutive win and it’s quite a turnaround in form for the filly.
She has already had 10 starts and the first eight runs didn’t inspire any confidence. However, consecutive wins at Wyong and Gosford have been good.
She has shown a good turn-of-foot to win at both starts and there are no superstars in this field. That bodes well for another top effort at each-way odds.
Race 7. (17:30) Bateau Bay Hotel BM64 (1000m)
#3 – Edison – Bet Now
Edison was too good for his opposition at Hawkesbury last start and he could go back-to-back here.
The Baker-trained son of Fastnet Rock scored convincingly by 2.5 lengths when beating Moreno and we’re expecting that form to hold up nicely.
Prior to that he ran some good races behind Mandela, True Detective and Just Thinkin’. That’s some seriously-strong form for a midweek race.
We’re expecting bookmakers to have him short in the market and the odds should be worth be taking.