A relatively quiet Wednesday of racing at Sandown and Warwick Farm but bookmakers are offering juicy odds and punters can snap up the value.
We have found our best bets this Wednesday so read on to find out what they are!
Sandown free tips & form
Race 1. (13:00) The Big Screen Company BM64 (1400m)
#3 – Beauty Option @ $2.60 – BET NOW
We were confident with Beauty Option last start and the three-year-old filly didn’t let us down when posting a 1.8-length win at Cranbourne.
Trained by Graeme Begg, the well-bred daughter of Redoute’s Choice picked them up nicely to win at maiden grade and although she faces a rise in class here, she should be able to handle it.
Tough field but the $2.60 should firm.
Race 3. (14:10) Clanbrooke Racing BM70 (1800m)
#6 – Limeshow @ $3.10 – BET NOW
Darren Weir lines up the three-year-old filly which went close at Bendigo last start and she could improve to score this time around.
She was a winner prior to that at Pakenham when scoring by a neck and she gets some things in her favour here. She gets a good draw from barrier two and carrying only 54kg is going to help after carrying 57.5kg last start.
The small field of only eight runners should help and she looms as a winning chance.
Race 5. (15:20) Spicer Thoroughbreds BM64 (1300m)
#8 – Blinder @ $2.35 – BET NOW
The three-year-old colt ran a blinder on debut when scoring by 2.3 lengths at Sale and although he didn’t win again at Moonee Valley, that came against a strong field.
He finished only a neck behind Elite Drake on that occasion and with more maturity and experience under his belt, he should furnish into a nice colt.
Drawing wide won’t make it easy here but expect him to settle back and finish off strongly.
Race 6. (15:55) Araza BM70 (1400m)
#11 – Supre @ $3.60 – BET NOW
Supre has been a touch disappointing for punters this season three close-up performances but she hasn’t had much luck and that could change here.
The Hope-trained mare is dropping back in distance which is a touch surprising given her breeding but she scored a two-length maiden win over 1406m at Murray Bridge.
Well drawn and should be considered at a nice weight.
Warwick Farm free tips and form
Race 1. (14:00) Vale Diggers Maiden (1400m)
#2 – Canyonero @ $3.90 – BET NOW
It’s only a matter of time before Canyonero progresses out of maiden grades and it could come here after two solid runs this campaign.
He has placed in five of his seven starts and although that consistency is good, punters are desperately seeking a win soon.
$3.90 is a price worth taking considering the risk and he should be able to settle off the pace and come with one big run.
Race 2. (14:35) Daily Press Maiden Plate (1400m)
#6 – Re Edit @ $3.80 – BET NOW
We haven’t seen a huge push for this Chris Waller-trained debutante but the filly looks to have plenty of scope.
She’s well-bred by Camelot, which means she will appreciate more distance and after winning a trial over 1100m at Canterbury, that’s a great sign for this.
Two of her trials have come behind subsequent winners and she looks a solid play in an open race.
Race 3. (15:10) Construction Consultants BM64 (1200m)
#2 – The Art of the Bar @ $3.10 – BET NOW
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott line up the three-year-old filly which took on easier company last start and got the job done in style.
She scored a 1.5-length win at Kembla Grange and although that win was impressive, her starts prior came behind the likes of Colombina, Outback Barbie and Graff, which are arguably better performances.
That form is going to stack up brilliantly for this and we’re confident she can get the job done.
Race 7. (17:30) Rose Maree Memorial BM70 (1400m)
#9 – Coterie @ $2.90 – BET NOW
The two-time winner from seven starts finished second behind Royal Celebration at Rosehill last start and he lost no admirers with that run.
Form behind Royal Celebration has stacked up nicely this season and his form prior included back-to-back wins at Wyong and Gosford. He rises up slightly in weight from those wins but that shouldn’t put pay to his chances here.
This is an even field and he looks the best of them.