20/11/19 – Wednesday Horse Racing Tips for Sandown

We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sandown, which features eight quality betting races.

Sandown had their feature meeting last Saturday and it’s back with a good betting card this Wednesday.

The Spring Carnival might be over but punters are still getting great odds on offer.

All odds are with Sportsbet – our No. 1 rated bookmaker. You can join Sportsbet by clicking HERE.

Sandown horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (13:00) Ladbrokes Maiden Plate (1300m)

#4 – Black Sage – Bet Now

Three-year-old colt Black Sage has race experience, which could be key in a race like this.

The Joseph Waldron-trained son of Nicconi finished second at Sale on debut and it was a good run for a $16 chance.

He’ll be much shorter in the betting here and getting the inside draw is only going to help his chances.

Goes on top in an even contest.

Race 2. (13:35) Le Pine Funerals Maiden (1200m)

#9 – Lunasnit – Bet Now

Danny O’Brien lines up the three-year-old filly which didn’t run well on debut but has improved since returning from a spell.

The daughter of Star Witness finished a nose behind the winner fresh up at Bendigo before running second on a heavy track at Ballarat.

Conditions are better here and with Craig Williams in the saddle, another tidy effort is expected.

Race 3. (14:10) Blue Star Print BM64 (1400m)

#2 – Private Council – Bet Now

Private Council has good form lines coming into this, which includes a maiden win at Ballina last time out.

Trained by Lindsay Park, the three-year-old gelding ran second behind Pancho two back at Sandown and that form has since stacked up brilliantly.

His win last start came comfortably by a length and he could be a type that continues rising through the grades.

Small field will only help his chances.

Race 4. (14:45) MRC Membership BM78 (2100m)

#4 – Tysonic – Bet Now

Four-year-old mare Tysonic is coming off a much-improved second placing and she could return to winning form here.

Her win at Sandown in June was a quality outing and she took on some tough fields in the city following that. She doesn’t appear up to city grade, but this is much easier.

She ran second behind Miss Damita last start but with a stronger rider in the saddle, she’s good enough to turn the tables on that position.

Each-way odds will be available.

Race 5. (15:20) The Big Screen Company BM64 (2400m)

#2 – Sukoot – Bet Now

It won’t take a superstar to win this race and Sukoot could add yet another consistent run to his record.

The five-year-old son of Savabeel scored a good win fresh up when scoring at Ballina before running three consecutive placings.

His latest with a fighting display at Kyneton where he just went down by a nose. It was a run of a horse that is at the top of his game this season.

Craig Williams takes over the riding now and that only increases his chances of winning.

Race 6. (15:55) Thoroughbred Club BM64 (1600m)

#10 – Sayl – Bet Now

Sayl is taken on some race winners as a maiden here, but he’s capable of going well enough to score.

Trained by Chris Waller, the four-year-old by Iffraaj indicated that a win wouldn’t be far off when placing at Moonee Valley last start.

It was a run of a horse going to break through soon and although not ideally weighted, he must be respected.

Watch for a betting move.

Race 7. (16:30) Clanbrooke Racing BM64 (1200m)

#7 – Neighbourhood – Bet Now

Neighbourhood was scratched from racing last Friday night and will instead line up midweek at Sandown.

The four-year-old mare is having her first start from a spell and she looked good early on last season.

She scored a 2.3-length win at Cranbourne on debut and followed that up with a placing at Flemington behind Fidelia.

That’s quality form and although her most recent run at Flemington wasn’t inspiring, she was entitled to be tired.

Top chance in this.

Race 8. (17:05) Magical Kingdom BM70 (1400m)

#2 – Seberate – Bet Now

Seberate isn’t far off winning a race and he made good enough ground late at Pakenham to be considered.

The Lindsay Park-trained four-year-old showed his best form when winning at Bendigo before running second at Caulfield behind Tarwin in April.

His form since has been mixed but anything close to that effort sees him winning this eased down.

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