We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Randwick that features eight quality betting races.
Track conditions will be testing for the thoroughbreds on Wednesday, but the fields are holding up nicely. We have our best bets for the eight races at Randwick.
Randwick horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (13:35) Tab Venue Mode Maiden (1400m)
#6 – Reignite – Bet Now
The two-year-old ran well on debut on this track, so he should take good benefit from the outing. He ran fourth behind Doubtland, in what was a competitive maiden.
He’s a son of Sebring that shouldn’t take long to break maiden grades, and we’re expecting a tidy effort in the opener on Wednesday.
Race 2. (14:10) Vinery Stallions Maiden (1550m)
#3 – Tornac – Bet Now
Tornac showed good improvement when running third at Newcastle last start, and he could improve again on Wednesday.
The Hawkes-trained gelding made good ground in the straight last start and the rise from 1200m to 1550m could play right into his hands.
The breeding suggests as much, and punters will get generous odds.
Race 3. (14:45) Hyland Race Colours Maiden (1100m)
#7 – Isabella of Aragon – Bet Now
Money has come for the filly at her first two starts, and although winless, she should show improvement this time around.
Her most recent run came at Hawkesbury when fourth, and she gets James McDonald in the saddle for this run.
The inside draw is ideal and she won’t take long to break through.
Race 4. (15:20) Lonhro @ Darley BM70 (1550m)
#5 – All Time Legend – Bet Now
It was a big turnaround in form for All Time Legend, which finished eighth on debut before scoring at Kembla Grange last start.
The Les Bridge-trained gelding scored by three lengths after sitting on the speed, and that’s a good characteristic to have.
He gets a good draw and having Kerrin McEvoy in the saddle is ideal.
Race 5. (15:55) Vale Trevor Stuckey BM70 (1100m)
#6 – Covert Ops – Bet Now
Covert Ops took six runs to break maiden grades, but quickly put two wins together. The Gerald Ryan-trained gelding won both starts at Newcastle, by a combined margin of five lengths.
He has paid a short price with bookmakers in both wins, but punters should get better value this time around. It’s a better field but he’s more than capable of handling the pressure.
Race 6. (16:30) Heineken 3 BM76 (1400m)
#9 – Pinvincible – Bet Now
Another Gerald Ryan-trained runner, Pinvincible is unbeaten after three starts and he could remain unbeaten.
The son of Pins scored his wins at Hawkesbury, Wyong, and Canterbury, which bodes well for a good run here.
It’s a stellar midweek field so watch for a betting lead
Race 7. (17:05) Sky Racing Active BM74 (1800m)
#5 – Nimalee – Bet Now
Three-year-old filly Nimalee has won three of her five starts, including a one-length win on this track last start.
She hasn’t done much wrong throughout her career and getting in with only 55.5kg on her back is ideal. It could be enough to see her get over the line once again.
It’s a solid midweek field and that could boost her starting odds.
Race 8. (17:40) TAB BM70 (1100m)
#2 – Super Oasis – Bet Now
Super Oasis looked the goods when winning fresh up at Canterbury before running a close fourth last start.
The Chris Waller-trained filly has been around the mark her entire career, which includes two wins and two placings from eight starts.
Kerrin McEvoy takes the ride and he should be able to produce a good result for punters.