We have expert betting tips for the cards this Tuesday at Mornington and Newcastle.
The team at GoBet sorted through the form at both meetings and found our best horse racing value bets on Tuesday.
Tuesday horse racing tips
Race 1. (13:30) Bet365 Odds Protector Maiden (1600m)
#6 – Wisaka @ $1.95 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Wisaka comes off a tough run at Flemington and he should be much better suited to maiden level.
The three-year-old gelding ran seven lengths behind the winner in the Derby and he entered the Group 1 with only one placing to his name.
It shouldn’t take him long to get off the mark this preparation.
Race 3. (14:30) Dearaugo & Lea Electrical Maiden (1100m)
#11 – Rose Quartz @ $1.85 – Bet @ Sportsbet
The Graeme Begg-trained three-year-old makes her debut after scoring an impressive trial win at Cranbourne.
She is a daughter of Written Tycoon that won by a length over Portland Sky, so that so that form bodes well and she ran second in a recent jumpout at Caulfield.
We’re not surprised at the money coming for her in the betting.
Race 4. (15:00) Roll The Dice Racing Maiden (2400m)
#8 – Aquilo @ $4.20 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Aquilo comes off a much-improved second placing at Ballarat and that form bodes well for this contest.
The three-year-old son of Frankel is bred to be better than average and he wasn’t far behind the smart Poppy Joan last start.
Barrier two is ideal and he looks to handle all track conditions.
Race 5. (15:30) Vale Sam Robovich BM64 (1100m)
#4 – Okay To Pay @ $5.50 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Okay To Pay was beaten when finishing a half-length behind Frederick The Dane last start, but the first two were miles ahead of the rest.
The Phillip Stokes-trained filly scored by 1.8 lengths on debut and she looks to have a bright future. The second last start should top her off nicely for this race.
$5.50 is worth taking before those odds get trimmed.
Race 7. (16:30) Bendigo Magazine C1 Handicap (1400m)
#3 – Yarra Boy @ $3.80 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Yarra Boy made a good impression when winning on a heavy track on debut. The Lindsay Smith-trained gelding won by a length and he should appreciate the firmer surface.
He paid $2.60 on debut and punters are getting a better price this time around, so he’s worth following.
Damien Oliver rides and he has plenty of upside.
Race 1. (13:35) The Magic Pudding Tamworth Maiden (1000m)
#4 – Sterny Bear @ $3.50 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Sterny Bear comes off two trial wins at Wyong and Newcastle, so he has been well-educated ahead of his debut.
The Damien Lane-trained son of Astern won by a half-length at Newcastle last start and provincial trial form stacks up nicely at Tamworth.
His odds have firmed after opening at $3.80 and that is a good sign.
Race 3. (14:45) Tab Maiden Handicap (1200m)
#3 – C’mon And Love Me @ $2.10 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Cody Morgan lines up the three-year-old filly that finished solidly for fourth at Tamworth on debut.
The daughter of Artie Schiller was only 1.7 lengths behind the winner when running as the $2.90 favourite, so there is confidence in the camp.
Getting a 2kg claimer in the saddle helps and it could pay to back her at $2.10 before the odds drop further.
Race 5. (15:55) Lowes Petroleum Prelude (2100m)
#5 – Nothing’s Sacred @ $6 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Nothing’s Sacred already owns two wins from four starts and we like his chances on Tuesday.
The William Freedman-trained three-year-old scored at Tamworth last time out and it came by 1.5 lengths.
His price is generous from bookmakers and with a senior rider on board, he should prove tough to beat.
Race 6. (16:35) Great Northern Cup Prelude (1400m)
#5 – Total Recall @ $5 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Total Recall owns four wins and four placings from 11 starts, so he has rarely been too far away throughout his career.
The four-year-old son of Animal Kingdom comes off a fourth placing but he has scored back-to-back trial wins at Muswellbrook and Scone.
Off the inside draw, he should be heading forward and going close.
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