There have been some big bets placed at both meetings this Wednesday at Warwick Farm and Sale.
With the winter season in full swing, the tracks in Sydney have coped well but Sale is expected to be rain-affected.
We have free tips and form for the best bets across both meetings this Wednesday.
Warwick Farm free tips & form
Race 1. (12:50) Theraces Maiden Plate (1200m)
#3 – Sir Owen @ $2 – BET NOW
Sir Owen is owned by Sir Owen Glenn and despite the hilarious name, he looks a nice type in the making.
The two-year-old colt by Fastnet Rock has placed in two of his three trials and his first trial came behind J.J. Atkins favourite and unbeaten runner The Autumn Sun.
There has been a stack of money come for the well-bred colt and we’re expecting him to start as the odds-on favourite come Wednesday.
Race 2. (13:25) Tab Maiden Plate (1200m)
#8– Seasons @ $1.50 – BET NOW
Seasons should have won both starts to date but that’s not going to deter punters this time around.
The Les Bridge-trained filly was desperately unlucky at Canterbury last start when only getting clear running room late and missing by a nose.
It was a similar run on debut and she has since been primed with a trial win at Randwick.
$1.50 is short but Tim Clark only needs to get her into the open in the straight and she’ll burn past them late.
Race 4. (14:35) Tab BM70 (1600m)
#5 – Sweet Victory @ $3.30 – BET NOW
Sweet Victory returned to the winners’ circle last start at Hawkesbury and she could make it consecutive wins.
The Mark Newnham-trained three-year-old had been competing out of her grade and she showed what she can do when dropping back to restricted grade.
She rises up to rating 70 here but she has faced harder tasks than this and the drop in weight is only going to help her chances.
Race 5. (15:10) Ranvet Neutrolene BM75 (1600m)
#8 – Desert Lord @ $2.75 – BET NOW
Desert Lord was a certainty beaten last time out and punters will likely get back on board this time around.
The Hawkes-trained three-year-old got too far off the pace and hit the line with purpose, suggesting that another run at the mile is going to be ideal.
He’s a well-bred colt by High Chaparral and there’s many more wins in store for him.
Race 7. (16:20) Australian Turf Club BM71 (1300m)
#4 – Inquiry @ $3.30 – BET NOW
James Cummings lines up Inquiry which was an impressive winner fresh up this campaign.
The Exceed And Excel gelding scored by two lengths at Hawkesbury and that followed some steady trials form.
It’s not going to be an easy win from barrier nine, but he will likely drop back and hope to get a drag into the race.
Sale free tips & form
Race 1. (12:25) John Allman Maiden (1008m)
#8 – Propelle @ $2.70 – BET NOW
Propelle was well-backed on debut at Sandown and although she didn’t win, it was still a good effort.
The two-year-old filly ran as a $2.63 chance and finished one length behind the winner. That was a good effort on debut and she’s only going to strengthen from the run.
The inside draw is ideal here and she will be tough to run down.
Race 2. (13:00) Blackiston Pollock BM70 (1008m)
#3 – Cherief’s Choice @ $2.60 – BET NOW
Three-year-old filly Cherief’s Choice looks a good chance of scoring her second win from 11 starts.
The Robbie Griffiths-trained runner has finished in the money in six of her 10 starts and she comes into this with three placings under her belt this campaign.
She’s another quality filly which gets the use of the inside draw and we wouldn’t be surprised to see a big bet placed on the day.
Race 3. (13:35) Helen Cantwell BM64 (1008m)
#3 – Call It A Day @ $3 – BET NOW
The five-year-old has been off the track for over a year but his recent trial was impressive and the money has come.
Wez Hunter lines up the son of Domesday, which has finished in the money in five of his six starts and looks set for a nice career.
With his problems behind him, expect Call It A Day to resume in fine style and score for punters which have backed him in from $3.60 to $3.
Race 6. (15:20) Thelma Coster BM70 (1208m)
#9 – Boom Chicka Boom @ $5 – BET NOW
The Mick Price stable is firing at present and Boom Chicka Boom looms as a top chance.
The two-win colt likes to race on the speed and that’s going to be a big asset in a race like this.
He’s a son of All Too Hard which is looking to rebound after running seventh last start but he has the ability and punters are getting good odds for him to do so.