We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sandown that features eight quality betting races.
Punters always get quality betting races at Sandown and this Wednesday is no different. We have our best value bets for all eight races.
Sandown horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (15:40) Ladbrokes Maiden Plate (1200m)
#10 – Namimo – Bet Now
The Lindsay Park-trained three-year-old looks close to winning a race after placing in four of her nine runs.
She is a well-bred daughter of Choisir, that ran nicely for second at Moonee Valley and form out of The Valley is always going to hold up well at this level.
She has only 55kg on her back and punters should be getting each-way odds.
Race 2. (16:15) Ladbrokes Back Yourself BM64 (1200m)
#3 – Wedgetail – Bet Now
Wedgetail is coming off a breakthrough win at Geelong and he could kick on with it now.
The McEvoy-trained three-year-old has been around the mark his entire career. He has finished in the money in five of his seven starts, so there’s plenty of consistency there.
Drawing barrier two will see him get a good run in transit and he could go back-to-back in the space of a short time.
Race 3. (16:50) Clanbrooke Racing BM64 (1200m)
#5 – Aphotic – Bet Now
This should be a close race and Aphotic has the confidence up after scoring at Bendigo last start.
The Busuttin/Young-trained four-year-old is a two-time winner following his upset win at $20 last time out.
He was over the odds for that run and although he’ll need luck from the draw, there isn’t much depth to this race.
Race 4. (17:25) Ladbrokes Odds Boost BM70 (2400m)
#8 – Reliabelle – Bet Now
Reliabelle is a proven winner of four from 28 starts and she could add another to the list here.
The five-year-old mare is coming off three consecutive placings and she could return to winning form here.
Her most recent win came in November when scoring at Moe and her most recent run at Moonee Valley was full of merit.
Craig Williams rides and she should enjoy this distance.
Race 5. (18:00) Le Pine Funerals BM70 (1600m)
#1 – Adelaide Ace – Bet Now
Adelaide Ace is a classy type that scored a win at Northam before doubling down to win at Flemington.
His Flemington win was credit to his ability and although he only finished fifth last start, that came behind Group 1 performer Warning.
Drawing barrier 10 is a worry but John Allen only needs to find some cover for Adelaide Ace to be fighting out the finish.
Race 6. (18:30) The Big Screen Company BM64 (1600m)
#12 – Think ‘N’ Fly – Bet Now
Think ‘N’ Fly ran fifth on debut before scoring nicely at Sale. That half-length win was a good indication of what’s to come.
The son of So You Think resumed with a second placing at Sale where he showed a good turn-of-foot after settling off the pace.
That’s going to hold him in good stead for the future and he gets an inside draw with Damien Oliver in the saddle.
Put him on top in your selections.
Race 7. (19:00) Mrc 6 Month Membership BM70 (1400m)
#6 – Seberate – Bet Now
Seberate has been knocking on the door for a while now and punters should get value odds for this run.
The Lindsay Park-trained four-year-old ran third at Pakenham last start and he was in the thick of the finish.
He’s a son of Sebring that owns only two wins from 21 starts but has shown the potential to win many more races throughout his career.
Race 8. (19:30) Blue Star Print BM70 (2100m)
#3 – Ignored – Bet Now
Ignored shouldn’t be ignored here, despite the form not looking overly impressive leading into this race.
The four-year-old mare has been running against good fields at Moonee Valley and Flemington, all which came after traveling over from New Zealand.
She was a three-time winner from across the Tasman and she defeated some quality types. That form should start to shine through for this.