We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Ipswich, which features nine quality betting races.
Even fields across the card and punters are getting good value with bookmakers.
Ipswich free tips & form
Race 1. (11:58) Follow Ipswich Turf Club Maiden (800m)
#5 – Threepoint Missile – Bet Now
Threepoint Missile was a touch disappointing on debut but if he can jump and run here, he’ll be tough to beat.
There’s no room to miss the jump over 800m and top trainer Tony Gollan should have remedied that problem.
Aggressive rider Robbie Fradd is in the saddle and that should help.
Race 2. (12:33) George Sawyers Maiden (1100m)
#3 – Rock ‘N’ Sol – Bet Now
Rock ‘N’ Sol was unlucky to not break maiden grades last campaign when scoring five consecutive minor placings.
Trained by Tony Gollan, the four-year-old gelding has found a race there for the taking and with a recent trial under his belt, he should be tough to beat in this.
Gets an inside draw and that’s going to help.
Race 3. (13:08) Channel Seven Maiden (1100m)
#1 – Baby Boomer – Bet Now
We’re going with another Gollan-trained runner and this one looks to have plenty of ability.
The three-year-old finished second on debut at Doomben behind Scathing and he looks a nice type in the making.
We’re expecting bookmakers to have him at a short quote which should be taken.
Race 4. (13:43) Carlton Mid Maiden (1100m)
#2 – Battle Strike – Bet Now
Three-year-old colt Battle Strike looked good at the trials in preparation for this run and he could be another short-priced favourite.
The son of Shooting To Win scored a 4.5-length trial win at Gold Coast before backing that up with another trial win at Doomben.
Tough draw for his debut run but he could have too much pace for them.
Race 5. (14:18) Ray White Ipswich Maiden (1100m)
#2 – Dee Day Diva – Bet Now
Dee Day Diva is on debut for Anderson Heathcote Racing having won a trial at Doomben by 1.8 lengths.
The three-year-old filly is bred for early speed and she’s going to get every chance off an inside draw.
Betting will tell the full story here but she should be respected in the market.
Race 6. (14:53) Whittington Stud C3 (1100m)
#11 – Hollaback Girl – Bet Now
Hollaback Girl was a big winner at Doomben two back by 4.3 lengths and she subsequent run was full of merit.
The four-year-old ran 2.7 lengths behind the winner at Eagle Farm and dropping in weight is going to hold her in good stead for this.
Jim Byrne rides and she should be well-backed in the market.
Race 7. (15:28) Tab Handicap C5 (1200m)
#2 – Adoradancer – BET NOW
Adoradancer is a four-win mare from 14 starts which could go back-to-back after scoring at Eagle Farm last start.
The mare by Time Thief has finished in the money in nine of her 14 starts and that consistency makes her awfully tough to beat.
Gets barrier three to her advantage and she should be competitive from there.
Race 8. (16:03) River 949 BM65 (1666m)
#5 – Courageous Rock – Bet Now
Courageous Rock is knocking on the door of a win after three consecutive placings.
The eight-year-old isn’t getting any younger but he looked good when running second at Doomben last start when sitting on the speed.
Bookmakers should be offering good each-way odds and getting the inside draw is ideal.
Race 9. (16:38) Queensland Times Plate (1350m)
#3 – Exdream – Bet Now
Kris Lees lines up the four-year-old gelding which has been in the money in five of his seven starts.
The son of Dream Ahead finished close up behind them at Sunshine Coast last start and that looks a good form race for the future.
Another runner drawn well in barrier two and landing on the speed could be key in this race.