We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Sha Tin which features 10 quality betting races.
Racing moves back to Saturday for this feature Sha Tin race day that includes plenty of value betting races.
Big crowds will be on track and plenty of punters will be watching at home.
Sha Tin horse racing tips
Race 1. (15:15) Jockey Club Road C5 Handicap (1600m)
#3 – Regency Gem – Bet Now
Regency Gem has the best form coming into this race and he could dominate from the outset.
The five-year-old by Showcasing finished second at Sha Tin two starts back before running a solid seventh at Happy Valley last start.
He’s a better type on this track with six starts for three placings, so put on top here.
Race 2. (15:45) Ho Sheung Heung C4 Handicap (1200m)
#12 – Lucky Guy – Bet Now
Lucky Guy might be an aging eight-year-old but he got back to form when running second last start.
That came at Sha Tin when running a long neck behind Simply Spectacular and he could continue his resurgence of form here.
Neil Callan takes the ride from barrier two and that should ensure a nice trip throughout.
Each-way odds will be on offer.
Race 3. (16:15) Ng Tung River C5 Handicap (1200m)
#11 – Leisured Feet – Bet Now
The So-trained six-year-old is coming off a win at Sha Tin and he could go back-to-back.
He’s a son of Savabeel that capped off some consistent form with a narrow win and he should be able to go well again.
Chad Schofield takes the ride and he only needs some luck from an awkward barrier of nine.
Race 4. (16:45) Kam Tsin C4 Handicap (1400m)
#2 – King’s Trooper – Bet Now
King’s Trooper got off the mark to break maiden grades fresh up and he got back to form last time out.
He didn’t fire two back at Happy Valley when running 11th of 12 runners, but he ran second behind Mehboob last month.
Derek Leung takes the ride and although Joao Moreira is jumping off his back, that will give punters better odds.
Race 5. (17:15) Ho Sheung Heung C4 Handicap (1200m)
#1 – Fantasy – Bet Now
The son of Sizzling was a narrow winner on debut and he could remain unbeaten following this race.
Trained by Charlie Shum, the four-year-old scored by a nose at Sha Tin and that came against a handy field.
This is a rise in class but Blake Shinn remains in the saddle and he should get every chance from an inside barrier.
Race 6. (17:50) Kwu Tung C4 Handicap (1800m)
#6 – Above – Bet Now
Punters following Above have reaped the rewards this season. The John Moore-trained runner comes into this with consecutive wins.
The well-bred son of Tavistock scored by 1.3 lengths at Sha Tin before backing up and winning at Happy Valley.
Drawing barrier 14 is a negative but he has yet to do anything wrong this season and that could continue.
Race 7. (18:20) Pearce Memorial C3 Challenge (1200m)
#1 – Beauty Applause – Bet Now
Beauty Applause is a four-time winner from seven starts and that’s a good record to boast.
The son of Stratum didn’t fire when 11th in July but has rebounded with consecutive wins this time in.
The first came by just under a length and he backed that up with a close victory earlier this month.
He’s likely to be well-supported again and it will be up to Joao Moreria to ensure a good ride from barrier 12.
Race 8. (18:50) Long Valley C3 Handicap (1000m)
#4 – Duke Wai – Bet Now
Duke Wai is searching for three consecutive wins after scoring impressive victories leading into this.
The Paul O’Sullivan-trained four-year-old scored by a half-length at Sha Tin before winning even easier by 1.5 lengths last start.
He defeated a quality field over 1000m and staying at this distance is only going to help his chances.
Likely to go close here.
Race 9. (19:25) Beas River C2 Handicap (2000m)
#11 – Chefano – Bet Now
The Moore-trained five-year-old has placed in three of his four starts this season, which is good form for this.
He’s a two-time winner that gets in with only 51.5kg on his back and that’s a big asset.
It’s good to see Joao Moreira in the saddle and that will shorten his odds significantly.
Race 10. (20:00) Yin Kong C3 Handicap (1400m)
#5 – More Than A Horse – Bet Now
More Than A Horse has won two in a row and the Australian export could make a winning impression in Hong Kong.
The son of More Than Ready scored at Newcastle by a length two back before winning again at Kembla Grange.
That form could stack up nicely in this.