We have expert betting tips for the card this Tuesday at Sha Tin, which features 10 quality betting races.
The quality horses are out in action this Tuesday, which features Beauty Generation in The Celebration Cup.
Punters are getting a quality night of action and we have tips for all 10 races on the Sha Tin card.
Sha Tin free tips & form
Race 1. (15:00) Chengdu C4 Handicap (1200m)
#2 – Forever Sharp – Bet Now
Forever Sharp is making his debut here after coming from New Zealand with good trial form.
The Shum-trained gelding by Darci Brahma won two trials in NZ before coming to Hong Kong and having two trials.
Looks a nice type in the making and only the good thoroughbreds leave NZ shores for Hong Kong.
Race 2. (15:30) Chengdu C4 Handicap (1200m)
#2 – The Createth – Bet Now
Race experience is with The Createth and early money has come for the John Moore-trained runner.
The six-year-old has done plenty of racing throughout his career and although his form doesn’t appear all that good, it should be good for this level.
The in-form Karis Teetan takes the ride and that will bring his odds down a touch.
Race 3. (16:00) The National Day Cup (1000m)
#5 – Full of Beauty – Bet Now
Money has come for Full of Beauty, which is fresh up after running fourth in the Sha Tin Vase when last in work.
He finished behind Little Giant on that occasion but he looked great winning a recent trial and he won his only fresh-up start.
Gets the inside draw for this and carrying 51.5kg brings him right into contention.
Race 4. (16:35) Jinan C4 Handicap (1600m)
#1 – Smart Patch – Bet Now
Ended his last campaign with a win at Happy Valley and he’s a past fresh-up winner.
The Manfred Man-trained runner has attracted Joao Moreira and that’s a big positive coming into this run.
He carries a big weight from a wide draw, but this is a moderate field and he could resume a winner in fine style.
Race 5. (17:05) Nanning C4 Handicap (1400m)
#8 – Destin – Bet Now
Destin was an impressive winner fresh-up this season when scoring at Sha Tin on September 8.
The Paul O’Sullivan-trained runner has been in great form throughout his career and he has plenty of upside this season.
It’s another good ride for Karis Teetan and Destin looks good enough to cause a minor upset.
Race 6. (17:40) ChongqingC3 Handicap (1800m)
#11 – I Do – Bet Now
I Do looks a good marriage for jockey Zan Purton, who will always go close to winning on a premier meeting at Sha Tin.
The So-trained runner finished sixth fresh up this campaign but the rising stayer was always going to need more time and distance.
He finished his previous campaign with two consecutive placings and that form should be good enough to see this out.
Race 7. (18:10) The Celebration Cup (1400m)
#1 – Beauty Generation – Bet Now
One of the world’s best horses runs in the Celebration Cup and Beauty Generation has a mortgage on the race.
Known as Montaigne when racing in Australia, the John Moore-trained gelding has become a revelation in Hong Kong.
The multiple Group 1-winner has the clear class advantage over every horse in Hong Kong and he won’t be beaten here.
Race 8. (18:45) Shanghai C3 Handicap (1200m)
#2 – Mr Croissant – Bet Now
Mr Croissant is a professional type which has been in great form throughout his career. He won four starts back and resumed with a second placing at Sha Tin last start.
That was a nice hit-out in preparation for this and there has been plenty of money come. That could be because Zac Purton is riding, but he deserves the attention.
Tricky draw but expect a top effort.
Race 9. (19:20) Tianjin C3 Handicap (1400m)
#3 – Invincible Missile – Bet Now
Invincible Missile looked the goods when scoring a win at Sha Tin last start and that form should hold up nicely in this grade.
That was his first run for three months when scoring by a neck and the Australian-bred looks well-placed for this.
Another top ride for Purton and he should give him every chance in the run.
Race 10. (19:55) Beijing C2 Handicap (1200m)
#4 – Aethero – Bet Now
Unbeaten from three runs to date and he will likely start as the odds-on favourite.
The Moore-trained runner won by 1.8 lengths last time out in July and he hasn’t really been tested yet.
He comes into this having won a trial and that’s a good preparation for an exciting customer.