We have expert betting tips for the cards this Sunday at Geelong and Tamworth.
Punters are getting good odds throughout the day this Sunday and we have our best value bets for select races.
Sunday horse racing tips
Race 1. (12:35) bet365 Drift Protector (1212m)
#8 – Apsara @ $3.60 – Bet Now
Aspara is having her third career start after running two nice races. She finished second on debut at Warrnambool before running fourth in a tough race last start.
The daughter of Sepoy finished just over two lengths behind Charm School, which looks to have a very nice future ahead of it.
She gets the inside draw and she’ll be tough to beat from there.
Race 3. (13:45) IGA Liquor Maiden (1112m)
#10 – Teramia @ $3.40 – Bet Now
Team McEvoy lines up the Deep Field filly, which could make a winning debut. She hasn’t had a trial to prepare for this run, but she has been respected in the betting.
This stable knows how to get their juveniles well-prepared on debut and we’re expecting to see plenty of money come her way.
Race 4. (14:20) Carlton & United Breweries Maiden (1312m)
#5 – I Am A Hit @ $3.50 – Bet Now
I Am A Hit has yet to win from three starts but it’s only a matter of time. The three-year-old colt finished second at Benalla last start and the form out of that race looks strong.
He has attracted support in all three runs to date and although drawing barrier 10 could make it tough, he has loads of upside.
Punters are getting good odds and he should give punters a good sight.
Race 6. (15:30) McGrath Real Estate BM70 (2418m)
#6 – Dark Alley @ $1.85 – Bet Now
The four-year-old has shown good promise throughout his career, which includes two wins from his last three starts.
He’s a son of Lucas Cranach that scored a maiden win at Geelong before doubling down and winning at Morphettville.
The form out of that race should stack up nicely and with Craig Williams in the saddle, he looks tough to beat at short odds.
Race 7. (16:00) Geelong Homes BM70 (1212m)
#16 – Phoenix Global @ $3 – Bet Now
Danny O’Brien lines up the four-year-old gelding is comes into this race off a win. The son of All Too Hard scored by two lengths on a wet track last start, so that bodes well for this.
Prior to posting his third win, he raced against some tough types at Caulfield and that experience should do him plenty of good.
The $3 is a fair price from bookmakers.
Race 1. (12:30) Hygain Romantic Dream Plate (1000m)
#5 – The Bopper @ $2.60 – Bet Now
Kris Lees lines up the two-year-old gelding that owns good trial form coming into this race. He finished second behind Kinloch, which has since run a good race.
He’s bred to show early speed and after opening at $3, his odds have firmed significantly. That’s a good sign for this debut run.
Race 3. (13:40) Pat & Terry Bourke Maiden (1000m)
#12 – Bonnie Joy @ $4 – Bet Now
Placing at her first two starts, Bonnie Joy could improve enough to win this race. The three-year-old filly ran well at Coffs Harbour last start and she clearly handles the wet surfaces.
She’s a daughter of Bon Hoffa that shouldn’t take long to break through and we’re expecting a tidy effort at each-way odds.
Race 4. (14:17) Tab Jardel Cup (1200m)
#3 – She’s Spicy @ $4 – Bet Now
It was a huge effort from She’s Spicy last start in defeat. The five-year-old mare sprinted late to miss by a length at Ballina, but she could go one better here.
The Matthew Dunn-trained mare owns two wins and five placings from 12 starts. She’s a reliable type that is long overdue a win after starting her career on fire.
Punters are getting odds worth taking.
Race 6. (15:35) Lowes Petroleum Mornington Handicap (2100m)
#3 – Torrens @ $2.90 – Bet Now
Torrens won his first four starts before pulling up with an issue at Eagle Farm last start. We’re prepared to forgive that effort and stick with the three-year-old.
His most recent win came in January when he scored by 2.3 lengths and a similar run would see him taking this race out.
$2.90 is a fair price from bookmakers.