We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Randwick that features seven quality betting races.
Smaller fields are the theme of the day at Randwick but there are some slick thoroughbreds in action this Wednesday.
We have our best value bets for all seven races.
Randwick horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:20) Astern @ Darley Maiden (1100m)
#1 – Osamu – Bet Now
Trained by Chris Waller, Osamu is a talented colt that ran second behind Philizzy on debut. That form has since stacked up at stakes level.
He was only a nose behind the winner on that occasion and he has since won a trial by 3.8 lengths at Rosehill.
He could be a nice type in the making and we’re expecting plenty of money to come for him on race day.
Race 2. (14:55) Pluck @ Vinery Stud Maiden (1100m)
#6 – Seraglio – Bet Now
Punters should always be aware of a James Cummings-trained runner having its debut run.
The three-year-old filly by Sepoy scored a two-length trial win at Warwick Farm to prepare for this race.
She is giving away experience to the majority of the field, but she looks to have more upside than most here.
Follow any positive betting moves.
Race 3. (15:30) Bisley Workwear Maiden (1400m)
#1 – Sea of Life – Bet Now
Sea of Life looked to have produced a winning run at Canterbury last start but was narrowly beaten.
The John O’Shea-trained gelding flashed home down the outside to lose out by a nose. However, punters get another good betting chance this time around.
He has placed in all three career starts and it’s only a matter of time before he breaks his maiden status.
It’s a talented field, so the odds on offer should be in the each-way variety.
Race 4. (16:05) Tab Venue Mode BM70 (1800m)
#6 – Austria – Bet Now
Austria ran another minor placing last start but we’re confident the former New Zealand runner can win here.
Trained by Chris Waller, the five-year-old has now finished second in three consecutive starts and punters can recoup their losses.
Racing against a field of only six runners will help her chances and she gets in with only 55.5kg on her back.
It’s now or never for Austria.
Race 5. (16:40) Heineken 3 BM74 (1550m)
#2 – Positive Peace – Bet Now
Positive Peace is looking for back-to-back wins following a victory at Warwick Farm last start.
The Bjorn Baker-trained four-year-old won easily by 2.5 lengths after leading throughout and she’s capable of repeating the dose.
She has shown good barrier speed throughout her career and getting the inside draw is going to make finding the lead even easier.
Looks tough to beat in a field of six.
Race 6. (17:15) Sky Racing Active BM76 (1000m)
#3 – Yitai Synergy – Bet Now
Yitai Synergy hasn’t been the easiest filly to follow but she has some talent.
The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained is coming off a tidy win at Warwick Farm where she controlled the pace nicely.
She’s a four-time winner from 10 starts she’s going to use the inside draw to find a forward position and kick strongly.
This is a tidy field so we’re expecting decent win odds.
Race 7. (17:50) Davali Thoroughbreds BM70 (1400m)
#4 – Bubbles Ball – Bet Now
Bubbles Ball has finished in the first two home in 10 of her 12 starts. That deserves attention and she has been running some competitive races of late.
The Kris Lees-trained daughter of Zoustar ran second behind Satin Socks last start and that appears to be a good form guide.
Bookmakers usually offer each-way odds for Bubbles Ball and she’s worth sticking with.