We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sunshine Coast that features nine quality betting races.
Punters get huge fields to bet into this Wednesday, and we have our best value bets throughout the card.
Sunshine Coast horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (13:08) Rotary Club of Brisbane Maiden (1000m)
#8 – Windchill – Bet Now
Windchill has had two starts for one placing an her last-start fourth on this track was a tidy effort.
The three-year-old filly by Fastnet Rock has since won a barrier trial at Sunshine Coast, so she looks ready to fire here.
We’re expecting an improved run and she shouldn’t take long to break maiden grades.
Race 2. (13:43) Rotaract Club Rivercity Maiden (1000m)
#5 – Queen of Emeralds – Bet Now
Chris Anderson lines up the four-year-old mare, which has run four consecutive placings. She has been knocking on the door of a breakthrough win, and it could come here.
She recorded a half-length trial win at Doomben earlier this month, and she looks forward enough to take this out.
Race 3. (14:18) Breaking Free Maiden (1000m)
#2 – Bohemian Boom – Bet Now
The Robbie Heathcote-trained gelding comes into this race having won a trial at Doomben. It came by 2.3 lengths, and it should hold him in good stead for this race.
He’s a speedy son of Spirit of Boom, which will need to show speed from an outside barrier. However, he has shown speed at the trials and he could go close.
Race 4. (14:53) The Mini Farm Project Maiden (1600m)
#12 – Qiji Bellezza – Bet Now
Qiji Bellezza is getting close to a win after running second on this track last start. She worked home very nicely to run behind Mitta Mary, and that should be a good form guide.
The filly by Pierro has been going through her gears and now it’s time to strike. Rising up to the mile looks ideal and she’ll be finshing off her race stylishly.
Punters should get each-way odds from bookmakers.
Race 5. (15:28) Royal Flying Doctor BM70 (1800m)
#7 – Al Jood – Bet Now
The Chris Munce-trained filly isn’t the most consistent type running, but she’s unbeaten from two starts at Sunshine Coast.
She scored by just under a length two starts back before running sixth at Eagle Farm against a talented field.
She gets the inside draw and having Larry Cassidy in the saddle is a bonus.
Race 6. (16:03) Downs & West Comm Support C3 (1000m)
#10 – Gin ‘N’ Bitters – Bet Now
Unbeaten after two starts, Gin ‘N’ Bitters could remain a perfect three-from-three. The Billy Healy-trained mare scored on debut by 3.8 lengths before winning again.
Both career wins came on this track and she showed excellent barrier speed in both. From barrier 12, she should be able to cross and lead.
It’s a tough field but she represents value.
Race 7. (16:38) Rotary Club of Brisbane C1 (1600m)
#10 – Mitta Mary – Bet Now
Mitta Mary scored a quality win last start and we’re expecting that form to hold up nicely.
The three-year-old filly won by just under a length as the odds-on favourite. It was a solid effort and punters should get better odds this time around.
Brad Stewart is riding in good form and she looks tough to beat.
Race 8. (17:13) Youngcare C1 Handicap (1200m)
#1– Scathing – Bet Now
Chris Munce lines up the three-year-old gelding that scored a debut win at Doomben. His form since has consisted of four consecutive placings, so he’s consistent.
The son of Trusting looks set for another winning effort and drawing barrier two is ideal. He has been given a trial leading into this race and it was a solid effort.
Race 9. (17:52) Rotary Club of Brisbane Benchmark (1400m)
#6– Foxpack – Bet Now
Four-year-old mare Foxpack is a three-time winner and she’s capable of bouncing back from a last-start ninth.
Her start prior was much better when running second at Doomben, and anything close to that effort would be good enough for this race.
Each-way odds should be offered.