We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Ipswich, which features eight quality betting races.
Racing at Ipswich is always competitive and there have been many midweek runners go on to win in premier races.
Ipswich free tips & form
Race 1. (13:08) Sky Racing Maiden (1666m)
#2 – Rerun – Bet Now
Rerun didn’t start his career very well but recent form looks good enough to take this out.
The Currie-trained five-year-old has placed at his last two starts, including a close-up finish at Dalby last time out.
This stable doesn’t take long to get their runners off the mark and Rerun looks a good bet in the opening race.
Race 2. (13:43) Sirromet C5 Plate (1200m)
#6 – The Tenor – Bet Now
The Tenor scored an upset win last start where punters got some nice odds.
He’s a quality four-year-old which was out of form, but rebounded in good style when winning at Eagle Farm last time out.
The three-time winner has always shown ability throughout his career and facing a small field is going to help here.
Goes on top as he has found confidence.
Race 3. (14:18) Carlton Mid Maiden (1200m)
#8 – Precizzling – Bet Now
Tony Gollan lines up the three-year-old gelding which improved nicely to run second at Ipswich last start.
That followed a poor debut run where he ran last at Doomben, but his trial form indicated that a better run was on the cards.
He’s a smart son of Sizzling which shouldn’t take long to break his maiden status.
Race 4. (14:53) Schweppes Maiden (1100m)
#5 – My Boy Sam – Bet Now
The three-year-old ran nicely on debut when second at Ipswich and that form should stack up nicely for this.
Trained by David Vandyke, the son of Falvelon made up nice ground late behind Baby Boomer, which looks a nice type in the making.
He has drawn to get all favours from barrier three and although this field is good, he could give punters some value.
Race 5. (15:28) Ray White Ipswich C3 (1350m)
#1 – Six Stigma – Bet Now
Six Stigma looks the standout runner in this following a win and a placing this campaign.
The Gollan-trained gelding scored narrowly at Doomben two back before running third at Eagle Farm last start.
Nick Keal takes some weight off his back and that should bring him right into contention.
Just needs some early luck from a tricky barrier of seven.
Race 6. (16:03) River 94.9FM C3 (2150m)
#10 – Lucadeal – Bet Now
Lucadeal is a runner which could improve nicely after a few below-average runs this preparation.
The four-year-old gelding looked much better when scoring at Gold Coast in March and he backed that up with a third placing at Eagle Farm.
Recent starts haven’t been all that great but he drops nicely in weight to 56kg and Jake Bayliss takes the ride.
Drawing barrier two is ideal and he could pay nice odds.
Race 7. (16:38) Queensland Times C2 Handicap (1666m)
#3 – Amicitia – Bet Now
Amicitia has shown a good turn-of-foot this season. The Gollan-trained mare has scored two wins from her last three starts.
The first came at Ipswich when breaking maiden status and she dug deep to score at Sunshine Coast late last month.
The four-year-old looks well-placed with 55.5kg on her back and senior rider Jim Byrne is in the saddle.
Race 8. (17:13) TAB BM65 (1100m)
#1 – Solar Star – Bet Now
Solar Star is another Tony Gollan-trained runner which should be tough to beat.
She had only one run last campaign when resulted in a win at Cranbourne and she has since come to Queensland.
Throughout her four-win career, she was able to win at Moonee Valley and that form stacks up nicely midweek at Ipswich.
She has form behind the likes of My Pendant and she looks a standout bet in this.