The Tattersalls Tiara is the final Group 1 of the season and we have free expert betting tips and form for every runner.
Held for fillies and mares, the $500,000 feature runs at Eagle Farm this Saturday and with a maximum field, there’s plenty of value on offer.
2019 Tatt’s Tiara final field, barrier draw and odds
Our best bets for the Tatt’s Tiara 2019
Pohutukawa @ $5 Bet Now
Best Each Way Bet:
Multaja @ $7.50 Bet Now
Invincibella @ $12 Bet Now
Tatt’s Tiara Form Guide & Tips
Invincibella (Best Roughie – $12) Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the winner of over $2.1 million and that should be respected.
She is coming off a win at Eagle Farm in the Group 2 Dane Ripper and that’s good form coming into this.
$12 is great value and she will likely start at single figures.
Prompt Response ($13) Bet Now
Third behind Invincibella last start so we can’t discount that form. Yet to win since being transferred to the Waller stable and that’s a worry.
He usually gets a quick win with his imports but this mare isn’t quite running to her best ability.
Spright ($12) Bet Now
Won at Group 1 level three starts back and has run two good efforts at Group 1 level since.
That form can’t be discounted here and if they run along quickly up front, expect Spright to be flashing home late at odds.
Oregon’s Day ($51) Bet Now
She used to be a much more consistent type but her last three efforts have been poor.
Tough to recommend on those.
Princess Posh ($18) Bet Now
Great effort to run second in the Kingsford-Smith Cup as a $151 chance. She must be considered on that form and there has been good support throughout the week.
Tough draw is the only negative.
Irithea ($23) Bet Now
Looks a chance in this if she flies the barriers and they go slowly up front. That’s not going to be easy but if that happens, expect Irithea to be right around the mark.
$23 is worth the risk.
Eckstein ($19) Bet Now
Connections were confident that Chris Waller could work his magic last start and they weren’t half wrong.
The effort for third at Eagle Farm was a nice return to form but improving to win at Group 1 level is a stretch.
Winter Bride ($21) Bet Now
Doesn’t know how to run a bad race but we needed to see a little more last time out. Her run for third behind Pretty In Pink wasn’t quite good enough for this level.
Save for an easier race this winter.
Egg Tart ($13) Bet Now
She would have been favourite for this race a few years back, but she’s not in the same form she once was.
Has class on her side but not form unfortunately.
Savatiano ($6.50) Bet Now
Current favourite on the back of a strong win at Eagle Farm where she scored by 2.8 lengths.
Doesn’t always put the wins together, however, so we haven’t got her as our favourite. Prepared to risk her here.
Noire ($19) Bet Now
Talented at best and she has been around the mark this campaign with being extraordinary.
Drawn to get a nice drag into the race and we wouldn’t be surprised to see her fighting out the finish.
Naantali ($41) Bet Now
Has good speed when conditions suit but drawing barrier 22 isn’t ideal. She has ability but this looks too tough for this.
Siren’s Fury ($61) Bet Now
Last four runs have been horrible and she’s not running to the best of her ability.
Should start at long odds in the betting.
Pecans ($61) Bet Now
Had her chance to win last start but didn’t take it. Tough to recommend on her recent efforts and we’re prepared to overlook her chances.
Jamaican Rain ($20) Bet Now
Goes much better left-handed and that’s where we would want to see her. Struggles this way around, hence her long odds.
Outback Barbie ($18) Bet Now
Couldn’t have been more disappointing this campaign after she promised to show so much.
Still learning but she’s better suited to age-group racing and should struggle here.
Multaja (Best Each Way – $7.50) Bet Now
Unsuited by the distance last start but that didn’t stop her from flashing home for a big win.
It was a professional outing from the talented three-year-old and with five wins from 12 starts, she has more winning to come.
Punters are getting a nice price at $7.50 and although she’ll get back in the run, she could send Jeff Lloyd into retirement with a bang.
Pohutukawa (Best Bet – $5) Bet Now
Probably should have won last time out and Blake Shinn admitted to making a mistake halfway down the straight.
She is a better chance on rain-affected ground, but she’s a highly-talented type which could settle ahead of stablemate Multaja and that could be the winning of the race.
$5 is a fair price.
Baccarat Baby ($20) Bet Now
Nice run for second in the Queensland Guineas but producing two big efforts in a row isn’t easy.
Drawing barrier 20 will make it harder.
Con De Partiro ($20) Bet Now
Drawn deep but the American import showed plenty fresh up. Didn’t fire last start but could be worth including in first-four bets.
Platinum Angel – $67
Split Lip – $81
Sweet Deal – $41