We have expert betting tips for the card this Sunday at Sha Tin which features 10 quality betting races.
Punters are treated to quality fields throughout the afternoon and we have found our best value bets.
Strap in for another top Sha Tin meeting.
Sha Tin horse racing tips
Race 1. (15:15) The Griffin Trophy (1400m)
#2 – Rich and Lucky – Bet Now
Rich and Lucky is coming off a good second placing at Sha Tin and that’s better form than most in this field.
The Ho-trained three-year-old by Kingman was beaten by a $41 chance but he’s going to derive plenty of benefit from the run.
Should prove tough to beat here.
Race 2. (15:45) Wong Yi Chau C5 (1650m)
#10 – Master Bernini – Bet Now
Tony Millard trains the six-year-old that has been knocking on the door of a big win this season.
The son of Bernardini finished second fresh up at Sha Tin and returned to that form last time out. He did finish 3.3 lengths behind the winner but the winner was impressive.
This is an easier race and Joao Moreira takes the ride with only 52.5kg.
Race 3. (16:15) Tai Long Tsui C4 (1200m)
#3 – Destine Jewellery – Bet Now
Punters have come for the John Size-trained gelding which ran nicely on debut at Sha Tin
The four-year-old finished only 2.8 lengths behind the winner when third and he’s only going to improve.
He is a son of I Am Invincible, so he packs plenty of pace and should be tough to get past with Moreira in the saddle.
Race 4. (16:45) Wong Shek C4 (1650m)
#8 – Californian Legend – Bet Now
Californian Legend has won this campaign when breaking through at Sha Tin and he has since run some nice races.
The son of Camelot is coming off consecutive third placings on this track when he finished close behind some smart types.
Drawn well in barrier six and that should help his chances.
Race 5. (17:15) Long Ke C3 Handicap (1200m)
#2 – Be Ready – Bet Now
Be Ready was ready last campaign when winning three of his four starts. However, his form this season hasn’t been as good.
He finished sixth at Sha Tin fresh up before running only 1.3 lengths behind Beauty Applause last start.
That was a much better run and we’re expecting the son of Love Conquers All to be right in the thick of the action again.
Race 6. (17:50) Tai Tan C4 Handicap (1400m)
#12 – Fantastic Show – Bet Now
The Tsui-trained gelding has won only one of his 14 starts but he has been producing good sprints this season.
He finished third at Sha Tin two back before going one better when second behind Triple Triple last time out.
He’s a five-year-old that has more wins in store and carrying 53.5kg makes that easier.
Race 7. (18:20) The Bauhinia Sprint Trophy (1000m)
#5 – Big Time Baby – Bet Now
Coming off a win at Sha Tin is Big Time Baby, which scored convincingly by two lengths and should prove tough to beat again.
He’s a professional seven-time winner that has the confidence up with two wins this season and he could add another to the record.
The small field should help and he’s going to get a good run from the draw.
Race 8. (18:50) Luk Wu C3 Handicap (1400m)
#2 – Wind N Grass – Bet Now
Wind N Grass looked the goods last season when winning four of his six career starts.
Those wins all came in Europe but that form usually stacks up nicely in Hong Kong and he showed good form over the shorter distances.
He’s a quality three-year-old with plenty of upside.
Race 9. (19:25) Chek Keng C2 Handicap (1650m)
#1 – Elusive State – Bet Now
The Millard-trained runner is coming off a last-place finish in the Jockey Club Mile but this is a big step back in class.
He was a 1.8-length winner prior to that and that form is a much better guide for this run.
His nine wins from 34 attempts is proof that he’s quality and we’re expecting another top effort.
Race 10. (20:00) Pak Tram C3 Handicap (1650m)
#5 – Holy Heart – Bet Now
Holy Heart is getting better with every run this campaign and that could continue through to this run.
The Lui-trained runner has placed at his last two starts and with Joao Moreira in the saddle, he’s going ot get the best out of him.
Looks a nice each-way chance in the last.