We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Warwick Farm that features seven quality betting races.
Only the seven races for punters at Warwick Farm. However, they’re all featuring quality types from the biggest Sydney stables.
We have done the form to find the best value bets.
Warwick Farm horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (14:20) Tab Maiden Plate (1200m)
#2 – Best Stone – Bet Now
Best Stone has gone close to breaking maiden status and she could break through here.
The John Thompson-trained three-year-old has placed in all four runs to date, including a second placing at Randwick last start.
She was only a nose behind the winner and the form out of that race should stack up beautifully.
This is a tough field but she looks a good chance.
Race 2. (14:55) Drinkwise Maiden Plate (1200m)
#5 – Garrison – Bet Now
Garrison looked the goods when finishing second on debut at Warwick Farm. The colt then finished a close fourth at Rosehill where he didn’t lose any admirers.
He’s a speedy son of I Am Invincible that is likely to head forward from the draw and with Tim Clark in the saddle, that helps his chances.
Bookmakers should be offering good odds in a race that has many winning chances.
Race 3. (15:30) Bowermans Furniture BM70 (2110m)
#1 – Breakdance – Bet Now
Breakdance is a consistent stayer that hasn’t run worse than fourth at his last nine starts.
Trained by Chris Waller, the five-year-old son of Rock ‘N’ Pop has been battling in two runs since winning at Warwick Farm, but returning to this track helps.
He has yet to run worse than second in two runs on this track and having James McDonald in the saddle is ideal.
Race 4. (16:05) Ranvet BM70 (1200m)
#6 – Lillemor – Bet Now
Lillemor has impressed with two starts for two wins and she could remain unbeaten here.
The three-year-old filly scored narrowly on debut at Gosford before holding off a good field at Wyong last month.
It was a determined effort from in front and if she can show the same barrier speed again, she could kick clear of this field.
The odds will be interesting but she should be firm in the market.
Race 5. (16:05) All Too Hard @ Vinery BM70 (1600m)
#5 – Agosto – Bet Now
Agosto always runs well fresh up and he could hit the ground running this Wednesday.
The five-year-old scored a fresh up win at Newcastle in September when thrashing the opposition by three lengths.
He didn’t follow that up with much last start but it came on a heavy surface. Therefore, a firmer surface here should be ideal.
McDonald rides and that could make all the difference.
Race 6. (17:15) New @ Darleyaus Twitter Bm70 (1300m)
#2 – Through The Cracks – Bet Now
Through The Cracks was nicely backed to win at Gosford last start and he wasn’t beaten far.
The five-year-old finished only a half-length behind the winner and form out of that race should hold up well here.
He’s a son of Wanted that has won four of his nine career starts and after four runs without a win, he’s overdue.
Punters will get each-way odds and he is worth a play.
Race 7. (17:50) Canterbury League Club BM70 (1100m)
#12 – Coco Cuber – Bet Now
Coco Cuber finished second on debut but gave his rivals a lesson last time out at Gosford.
The three-year-old won easily by 1.8 lengths as the odds-on favourite and he looks good enough to kick on with it now.
Nash Rawiller takes the ride at a luxury weight of 55kg and that should see him fighting out the finish.