18/12/19 – Wednesday Horse Racing Tips for Randwick

We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Randwick which features seven quality betting races.

The top trainers and jockeys are out in force at Randwick this Wednesday. It’s a good card of betting races and we have every race covered.


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Randwick horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (14:20) Pluck @ Vinery Maiden (1250m)

#1 – Geo @ $2.15 – Bet Now

Geo was a short-priced favourite on debut and although beaten, he looks a capable type in the making.

The three-year-old colt ran as the $1.30 favourite at Newcastle when running second by 1.3 lengths. That came after some solid trial form so we’re prepared to give him another chance.

There are no superstars in this field and he could close as the odds-on favourite once again.

Race 2. (14:55) Sky Racing Active Maiden (1400m)

#6 – Indigenous @ $2.30 – Bet Now

Indigenous has placed in both career starts to date and that’s the best form coming into this race.

The Waterhouse/Bott-trained filly has gone within a half-length in both starts and they have come in good form races to date.

Jockey Rachel King is going to get every chance from a good barrier and with only 55kg on her back, she must be a top chance to score.

Race 3. (15:30) Bisley Workwear BM70 (1550m)

#3 – Brazilica @ $3.10 – Bet Now

The form line of Brazilica doesn’t look the best but she has more talent than most in this field.

She was a winner on debut at Randwick by two lengths before rising in grade and taking on some nice types.

Rising in grade might have taken its toll on the four-year-old by Redoute’s Choice, but she will find this easier.

It’s good to see Hugh Bowman in the saddle and punters are getting good odds. Expect those odds to shorten come race day.

Race 4. (16:05) Heineken 3 Maiden Plate (1150m)

#6 – Let It Pour @ $1.95 – Bet Now

Punters will have to take the short odds with Let It Pour, but she should be winning this race by at least a length.

The three-year-old by Redoute’s Choice has placed in five of her six starts and a maiden win is only a matter of time.

She gets her best chance here after being rolled as the $1.10 favourite at Gosford last start.

There is confidence once again in the market and we’re confident she’ll break her maiden here, but watch for any late market shift.

Race 5. (16:40) Ranvet BM74 (1150m)

#8 – Yamazaki @ $4.20 – Bet Now

Yamazaki was scratched from racing last week and punters have come for the mare this time around.

She was paying $8 to win last week but that quote has almost been halved here. The four-year-old took on some stiff competition when last in work and she could have the class edge here.

Her best form has come on dry tracks so conditions suit and with two solid trial performances leading into this race, we’re confident she’ll be right around the mark.

Race 6. (17:15) Frosted Yearlings @ Sales BM70 (1800m)

#9 – Gone Bye @ $2.25 – Bet Now

Gone Bye was an impressive winner on debut at Hawkesbury before getting an unlucky run at Warwick Farm last start.

Trained by Mark Newnham, the three-year-old by Al Maher didn’t begin all that well and was checked in the straight.

That run came behind some smart types and he faces an easier field this time in.

Should go close and there has been a stack of money come throughout the week.

Race 7. (17:50) Tab BM70 (1400m)

#8 – Reformist @ $3.80 – Bet Now

The Chris Waller-trained runner was a winner on debut at Warwick Farm as a $26 chance but runs much shorter here.

He then ran third behind Group 1 performer Quick Thinker at Rosehill and although his run for 13th in the Dulcify Stakes was poor, this is a massive drop in class.

He recent trial was a satisfactory effort and with James McDonald in the saddle, we’re happy to be in the camp of Reformist.


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