We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Warwick Farm, which features eight quality betting races.
It’s always a quality card midweek in Sydney and Warwick Farm provides a good betting surface for punters.
We have done the form to find our best bets of the day.
Warwick Farm horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (13:15) Headwater @ Vinery Maiden (1100m)
#1 – Montserrat – Bet Now
There was good support for Montserrat on debut when he finished 19.1 lengths behind the winner.
The James Cummings-trained gelding pulled up with a problem and his trial form reads well coming into this.
He won a trial at Warwick Farm before running third in a trial at Rosehill. He should be improving nicely for this and run accordingly.
Race 2. (13:50) Justify @ Coolmore Maiden (1300m)
#5 – Cubed – Bet Now
The Brad Widdup-trained filly has finished third in both career starts and she shouldn’t take long to break through.
She’s a filly by Rubrick when ran third behind Zedward on debut before running a good third behind Still Single last start.
It’s good to see Hugh Bowman in the saddle and drawing the inside barrier should see her fighting out the finish.
Race 3. (14:25) ANZ Bloodstock News BM70 (1400m)
#1 – High Shine – Bet Now
High Shine will have to carry a big weight but she’s the form runner of the field and should go close here.
Trained by the in-form John Sargent, the five-year-old mare scored two wins from three starts when last in work before running third on this track.
That came against some solid opposition and it appears to be much harder than what she’ll face in this.
Race 4. (15:00) Bowermans Office Furniture BM70 (2200m)
#8 – Loveseat – Bet Now
Four-year-old mare Loveseat is coming off a deserved win at Kembla Grange and she could kick on with it now.
Trained by James Cummings, the four-year-old had been knocking on the door after a couple of placings and the floodgates might have opened.
It was a professional win from off the pace and rising up in distance isn’t going to hurt this daughter of Savabeel.
Hugh Bowman jumps in the saddle and that helps.
Race 5. (15:35) Territories @ Darley BM70 (1100m)
#6 – Zoushack – Bet Now
Zoushack has plenty of ability for a young type after winning two of his first four starts.
He comes into this having finished third at Moonee Valley behind Barcali and that form looks good for this contest.
The son of Zoustar before Legionnaire on debut and it has gone on to win a highly-regarded race in the spring.
Unsure why it has come back to Sydney but he looms as a hardest to beat.
Race 6. (16:15) TAB BM78 (1600m)
#4 – Romani Girl – Bet Now
Romani Girl has always shown good potential and she lived up to expectations when scoring last start.
The Chris Waller-trained four-year-old scored by 1.8 lengths at Canterbury and that was her third win from nine starts.
Prior to that she finished behind the likes of Pohutakawa and Verry Elleegant, so she has form behind some top-class types.
Race 7. (16:55) Hyland Race Colours BM70 (1100m)
#3 – Super Cyclone – Bet Now
Bjorn Baker lines up the four-year-old mare which looked good when winning three races last campaign.
The daughter of Sepoy scored a fresh-up win at Cessnock before scoring back-to-back wins to close the preparation.
She has been primed for this run with a trial win at Kembla Grange and she should run accordingly here.
Race 8. (17:35) Australian Turf Club BM76 (1300m)
#7 – Adana – Bet Now
Adana broke through for an overdue win three back at Rosehill before running two solid races since.
The Waller-trained gelding has a reputation of burning punters’ money but he has the class to put this field away.
Drawing barrier five will see him right around the mark and given that he has race fitness on his side, that’s going to help.
James McDonald rides so keep safe.