We have expert betting tips for the card this Tuesday at Mornington, Newcastle, and Grafton.
What better way to spend your Tuesday than watching the races? We look at the best value bets across all three meetings.
Tuesday horse racing tips
Race 2. (13:45) The Big Screen Company BM58 (2020m)
#3 – Somebody Stop Me @ $3.90 – Bet Now
The Maher/Eustace-trained stayer is coming off a dominant victory at Terang, and he could go on with it now.
He scored by 3.3 lengths and being a son of Reliable Man, rising in distance to 2020m isn’t going to worry him in the slightest.
Having a strong rider riding (John Allen) is a bonus and most of the money has come his way in the early betting markets.
Race 6. (16:00) Neds Same Race Multi BM58 (1200m)
#1 – Bellarine Beauty @ $2.90 – Bet Now
The three-year-old filly is coming off a tidy second placing at Kilmore. She finished second behind Torched, and it was a solid effort second-up.
Prior to that, she broke maiden grades with a 3.3-length romp at Kilmore. If she shows a similar turn-of-foot this time around, they might not catch her.
Punters should expect her to roll forward from the wide barrier draw and try lead the field throughout.
$2.90 is a fair price given the quality of this field.
Race 1. (12:05) Yarraman Park Maiden Plate (1600m)
#9 – Perfect Impression @ $2.30 – Bet Now
The form of Perfect Impression shapes up perfectly for this race. She finished second behind Nudge at Kembla Grange last September.
Nudge has since placed at Group 1 level last Saturday, so those form lines read very well. Her only start in 2020 was a third placing at Warwick Farm.
Form out of that race stacks up well and she will appreciate the rise in distance to the mile.
$2.30 is a good price and she could start odds-on.
Race 3. (13:15) Hungerford Hill Maiden Plate (1875m)
#7 – Red Hot Chillypins @ $2.90 – Bet Now
We thought the Joe Pride-trained mare would be the outright favourite for this race, so there’s value with her odds.
The four-year-old rattled home last start to finish second behind Highmaster at Kembla Grange. There was plenty to like about that performance and she’ll be stronger for it.
Rising from the mile to 1875m is ideal, as she likes to get back and warm into the race.
There is a false favourite in this race and punters could take advantage.
Race 6. (15:05) Australian Bloodstock Maiden (1200m)
#10 – Our Fraulein @ $5 – Bet Now
We’re expecting strong money to come for Our Fraulein, which was unlucky not to win last time out.
The John O’Shea-trained filly stormed home and looked likely to beat hot favourite Favra, but she had to settle for second,
It suggested that a win isn’t far away and getting the inside draw is going to give her an economical run.
It is a wide-open field but punters are getting odds worth taking.
Race 8. (16:20) New Zealand Bloodstock BM64 (1200m)
#3 – Aytobe @ $4.20 – Bet Now
Aytobe scored an overdue maiden win last start, and he looks good enough to score again.
The four-year-old gelding won by four lengths in his breakthrough performance, which came after some solid form.
He had placed behind some nice types, and the change of tactics by going forward was the difference. He landed on the speed and showed too much class for the field.
Off the inside draw, we’re expecting another forward showing.
Race 3. (14:10) Prestige Wedding & Event Maiden (1206m)
#8 – Sniperess – Bet Now
Matthew Dunn lines up the three-year-old filly that ran a career-best second at Grafton last start.
The daughter of Shooting to Win sat just off the speed and battled gamely in the straight. It looked as though she was going to appreciate the run, which is a good sign.
Belinda Hodder rides from a wide draw but she only needs a fraction of luck to win.
Race 6. (16:05) Andrew Graham Electrician C3 (1206m)
#3 – She’s Spicy – Bet Now
It has been a while between drinks for She’s Spicy, but she has been going close with every run.
She’s dropping back in grade after running third at Doomben last start, and we’re expecting immediate improvement at Grafton.
Drawing barrier four is ideal and if she gets a good run throughout, she’s the one they all have to beat.