We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Warwick Farm, which features seven quality betting races.
The early spring types are starting to emerge and that’s good news for punters that love betting on quality thoroughbreds.
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Race 1. (12:50) Shooting To Win @ Darley Maiden (1200m)
#3 – Rotator – Bet Now
We’re sticking with Rotator after five winless starts, but the talent is there and she just needs a good ride.
She was victim of another poor ride last time out at Randwick and it’s good to see Blake Shinn take over the riding.
The Waller-trained two-year-old has cost punters plenty to date but stick with her as she has more class than most.
Race 2. (13:25) ATC Member Tours (1200m)
#12 – Special Snap – Bet Now
Special Snap ran as a $20 chance last start but didn’t lose any admirers when running second behind Havin’ Fun.
That form has stacked up nicely since and it doesn’t usually take long for James Cummings-trained runners to get to their wins.
Having 54.5kg on her back is going to help and we’re expecting jockey Rachel King to go forward like last time and try run them into the ground.
Race 3. (14:00) Casino Prince @ Vinery BM70 (1600m)
#10 – Artistic Beauty – Bet Now
Artistic Beauty is a country-trained runner but she could show some cheek at nice odds.
The six-year-old mare has won five of her 38 starts and was only just behind the winners at Mudgee last time out.
Carrying 53.5kg on her back with the claim from Robbie Dolan is ideal and with some luck in running, she could be flashing home late to score the upset.
Race 4. (14:35) Winter Racing BM66 (1400m)
#1 – Front Sight – Bet Now
Kris Lees lines up the last-start winner which was too good for them at Wyong. The 3.3-length win was a strong showing and that form should stack up nicely.
His start prior was a second placing behind the well-performed Embracer and he also owns a second placing in January behind Kolding, which has won four starts in a row.
This is a tough field with four last-start winners involved, but he looks the pick of the bunch.
Race 5. (15:10) ANZ Bloodstock News BM70 (2200m)
#10 – Ulusaba – Bet Now
Ulusaba has been out of the winners’ enclosure for awhile now but we have seen glimpses of form this campaign.
The Waterhouse/Bott-trained three-year-old finished fourth and only 1.7 lengths behind the winner at Canterbury last start. That return to form should give him confidence going forward.
This isn’t a very deep field and given the form he showed when last in work, that would be good enough to beat this moderate field.
Race 6. (15:45) Australian Turf Club BM72 (1400m)
#7 – Handspun – Bet Now
James Cummings lines up the three-year-old filly which made good ground at Rosehill last start and looks close to winning.
The three-time winner was good enough to win back-to-back races earlier this campaign when beating the likes of Virgilio and El Mo. That’s handy form for this level and she seemingly handles all tracks.
Racing on an improved track will help, however, so watch conditions.
Race 7. (16:20) TAB BM70 (1200m)
#9 – Waruna – Bet Now
Kris Lees lines up the four-year-old mare which isn’t the most consistent around but has the ability to win at each-way odds here.
The four-time winner from 13 starts showed good ability when running second at Randwick three back and although only fair since, she has room for improvement.
Handles good tracks better than rain-affected but with conditions improving, expect a much better effort.