We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sandown that features eight quality betting races.
Punters are getting good betting fields throughout the day at Sandown. We have our best value bets for every race on the card.
Sandown horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:55) Long Fine Maiden (1500m)
#10 – Kansino – Bet Now
Three-year-old filly Kansino ran well on debut and she should be able to build nicely on that effort.
She ran 1.3 lengths behind the winner after settling midfield, which bodes well for any future runs.
Having a strong rider in John Allen helps and she could pay generous odds once again.
Race 2. (15:30) Ladbrokes Handicap (1300m)
#1 – Sunflare – Bet Now
Two-year-old filly Sunflare scored a win against a similar field last start and she could continue with that form.
The daughter of Written Tycoon won convincingly by 2.3 lengths, which was a statement win after two fair efforts to kick off her career.
She dropped in grade and it paid off immediately, so expect another tidy effort.
Race 3. (16:05) Ladbrokes Same Race Multi C1 (1300m)
#3 – Let’s Get Tramped – Bet Now
Patrick Payne lines up the three-year-old that scored a good win on debut and it was a professional outing.
The son of Magnus led throughout when scoring by 2.3 lengths, so there’s little reason to doubt his ability this time around.
Michael Dee takes the ride off the inside draw.
Race 4. (16:40) Ladbrokes Switch BM70 (2400m)
#6 – Konkalikon – Bet Now
Konkalikon hasn’t done much wrong throughout his career, which includes two wins and three placings.
The Greg Eurell-trained son of Helmut scored back-to-back wins earlier this campaign, including a win at Stony Creek and Geelong.
He placed in two runs since and from barrier three, he’s going to get every chance to win.
Race 5. (17:15) Thoroughbred Club BM64 (1800m)
#15 – Prophecies – Bet Now
It always pays to back a James Cummings-trained filly that rarely runs a bad race. The three-year-old is coming off a second placing at Ballarat, which is good enough form for this.
She has one win from nine starts, but her four second placings hold her in good stead. Punters should get each-way odds, and they’re worth taking.
The in-form Jye McNeil takes the ride and she’ll go close again.
Race 6. (17:50) Ladbrokes Back Yourself BM64 (1300m)
#1 – Aladaala – Bet Now
Aladaala has been racing against some nice types throughout her career, and this is a drop back in class.
The three-year-old filly comes into this race having won a trial at Benalla, which should see her fit and ready to go.
Drawing barrier 12 makes it difficult, but she has the class to overcome it.
Race 7. (18:25) Ladbrokes Odds Boost BM70 (1600m)
#6 – Monaafasah – Bet Now
The imported filly didn’t fire fresh up at Moonee Valley, but we’re prepared to give her another chance.
She’s a daughter of Cape Cross which scored a seven-length win in Europe, and that form usually stacks up nicely.
She should be able to get some cover from barrier nine and although her best form comes over longer distances, the mile is suitable.
Race 8. (19:00) Clanbrooke Racing BM64 (1500m)
#7 – Red Rossini – Bet Now
Kylie Vella lines up the four-year-old mare which is coming off back-to-back wins at Ballarat.
She won by six lengths two starts back when breaking maiden grades before scoring a narrow win last start.
Drawing barrier two with Dean Yendall in the saddle is ideal, so she could win three in a row.