Racing from Warwick Farm and Bendigo graces the turf this Wednesday and we have done the form to find our best tips throughout the day.
Warwick Farm free tips & form
Race 1. (12:25) Tab Rewards Maiden (1100m)
#7 – Roheryn @ $2 – BET NOW
On debut for James Cummings and he looks a nice type in the making after recording two excellent trial wins.
The son of Lonhro scored by 4.3 lengths at Canterbury before coming to Warwick Farm and winning by 3.3 lengths. He will need to show the same skills on race day but the early signs are good and bookmakers aren’t letting him out of their sights.
$2 is a fair price and he’ll likely start as an odds-on commodity.
Race 2. (13:00) ANZ Bloodstock News Maiden (1100m)
#1 – Colombina @ $2.65 – BET NOW
Another Cummings-trained runner, Colombina had three placings when last in work and resumes here with a solid trial under her belt.
The daughter of Lonhro finished closely in behind the likes of Eawase and Gem Song last preparation and that form should hold up well at midweek level.
$2.65 has firmed in from $2.75 and we’re expecting more money to come.
Race 6. (15:20) Bowerman’s Office Furniture BM70 (1100m)
#8 – Jen Rules @ $2.50 – BET NOW
A touch unlucky in defeat last time out, Jen Rules and her backers get a chance for redemption here.
The Snowden-trained three-year-old was a winner on debut at Canterbury before finishing third at Warwick Farm, but she raced wide throughout and didn’t get the run of the race.
This field lacks depth and she looks to have the best future out of this lot.
Race 7. (15:55) Inglis Sale BM76 (1600m)
#1 – Girl Tuesday @ $1.65 – BET NOW
Unbeaten from three starts, Girl Tuesday looks to remain a perfect four-from-four at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
The well-bred mare by Street Cry x. Tuesday Joy, Girl Tuesday hasn’t been tested so far, which includes a 3.3-length romp last start at Rosehill.
Her wins have come in stylish fashion and although she carries 60kg for this, that hasn’t stopped her yet.
Bendigo free tips and form
Race 1. (12:00) Mulqueen Funeral Maiden (1300m)
#6 – Brutal Power @ $3.30 – BET NOW
Mike Moroney lines up the three-year-old gelding which has looked good from three starts to date, placing in two and running slightly below par in the other.
His second placing behind Tavidance at Ballarat last start was one of his better efforts and his second placing behind More Sundays was another good form guide.
Drawing barrier 13 isn’t ideal but he has more ability than most here.
Race 2. (12:35) The Big Screen Company BM70 (1100m)
#2 – Fine Dane @ $1.65 – BET NOW
That was a huge run from Fine Dane last time out behind Blue Diamond winner Written By and that’s why he’s at short odds for this.
The three-year-old gelding was a 3.3-length winner prior to that at Moe and although that form looks the goods for a race like this.
There are some unknown types in this, which do possess form but Fine Dane should hold all the aces.
Race 4. (13:45) Bendigo Mazda BM64 (1600m)
#8 – Subraise @ $2.05 – BET NOW
Subraise has form behind Amphrite, which scored another win at Flemington last start and that form looks great for this.
Trained by Darren Weir, the three-year-old was a narrow winner at Ballarat two back before running fourth at Flemington last start. No other runner has that kind of form and we’re not surprised to see money coming for the smart type.
Race 6. (14:55) Jayco BM64 (1400m)
#10 – Ringerdingding @ $2.30 – BET NOW
Ringerdingding has the obvious class edge over this field and a recent placing behind Sunset Watch to see him return to form.
The Weir-trained three-year-old has been around some of the best juveniles throughout his career, including the likes of Graff, Sandbar, El Dorado Dreaming and Written By.
We are surprised to see him drift from $2.05 to $2.30 but that’s more value for punters.