We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sandown, which features eight quality betting races.
There are some quality races on the card and punters are getting value odds throughout the day.
Sandown free tips & form
Race 1. (13:00) Ladbrokes Odds Boost Maiden (1200m)
#1 – Alburq @ $4.40 – Bet Now
There was a stack of money for Alburq at Moonee Valley last start where he was disappointing, but this is easier.
The Mike Moroney-trained three-year-old finished fifth behind Saturday winner Condo’s Express and that form stacks up beautifully for midweek grade.
Good enough to give him another chance at he could be paying each-way odds.
Race 2. (13:35) Le Pine Funerals BM70 (1200m)
#5 – Rhames @ $2.60 – Bet Now
Rhames produced a great effort to run third at Sandown last start and he’s only going to get better with time.
The Price/Kent-trained runner was a winner at his first two starts and he made big ground from the back of the field earlier this month.
With an improving track, Rhames is going to enjoy the drier conditions and he only needs some luck from out wide.
Will get back and storm home.
Race 3. (14:10) Blue Star Print BM78 (2100m)
#3 – Bass @ $3 – Bet Now
Bass has class and although he doesn’t have the record to warrant that, he’s good enough to win at midweek level.
The Liam Howley-trained import has had three runs in Australia for a placing on this track and two fifths. Those came against tough fields and dropping back to this grade helps.
Ben Melham rides from the inside draw and there are stronger midweek staying fields around, so he could take advantage.
Race 4. (14:45) The Big Screen Company BM70 (1500m)
#10 – Maozi @ $4.40 – Bet Now
Peter and Paul Snowden line up the talented filly which has been in the money in six of her eight career starts.
The daughter of Helmut faced a tough field at Flemington when last in action, but prior to that she finished second on this track.
Her most recent win came at Sandown last month and she’s going to get every chance from a good barrier here.
Tough to beat.
Race 5. (15:20) Clanbrooke Racing BM70 (1400m)
#5 – Jumbo Ozaki @ $2.05 – Bet Now
Punters won’t be getting big odds with Jumbo Ozaki, which has stakes-winning ability but found the track too wet last start.
Prior to that placing, the Phillip Stokes-trained gelding was a seven-length winner on debut, followed by a 1.3-length win at Bendigo.
His two runs in the city have been a touch unlucky and with all things being equal here, he should be putting a couple of lengths on this field.
Race 6. (15:55) Ladbrokes BM64 (2400m)
#8 – Shepard @ $7 – Bet Now
David Brideoake trains the three-year-old gelding which was an impressive winner at Sale last start.
The son of Sea The Moon powered away for a 1.3-length win over 2238m and rising in distance is only going to help his cause.
Rises only slightly in weight for this and Shepard could go back-to-back.
Race 7. (16:30) Ladbrokes Park BM70 (1200m)
#11 – Punkzy @ $6 – Bet Now
That was an impressive run in defeat at Pakenham last start and although it came on the synthetic surface, she has ability.
Trained by Phillip Stokes, the four-year-old mare has finished in the money in four of her five career starts and she has a nice turn-of-foot.
Drawing barrier 10 could be seen as a negative but she likes to get back during the run and storm home late.
Bookmakers should be offering good odds.
Race 8. (17:05) Ladbrokes Cash In BM70 (1600m)
#15 – Tavidance @ $6.50 – Bet Now
Tavidance is a capable four-year-old which won a trial at Cranbourne to prepare for this.
The well-bred son of Tavistock was a half-length winner on debut before rising up in grade. He finished third behind Vow And Declare at Flemington which is red-hot form.
1600m is a good starting point for the spring and he looks to have more ability than most lining up in this field.