Free Horse Racing Tips Today – Saturday, November 5, 2022

Free Horse Racing Tips - 5th Nov
Fri 4th November 2022


We'll message you the best tips for today!

We have studied the form from all races across the country for Saturday, November 5, and provided our best horse racing tips.

We have made five selections in total and are confident that we have found you some winners! So, read on below to find our best horse racing tips for this Saturday, November 5.

Goulburn, Race 2 – 1. Jiggler ($3.10)

Debuted in a feature race at Canberra and was well found in the market. Took a while to wind up there, boxing on late over 1200m.

They came here next, to 1400m, where he led, found the best part of the heavy track, and ran away from them late. Then I’ve got no idea why they tried to cross and lead from the outside draw when going straight to a mile third up. Needless to say he punctured there, then raced like a tired horse his next start when they took him to a race over the Wagga Cup carnival.

Two trials into this, the second one he probably could have gone to the line with the winner if asked. Blinkers go on first up here, which is very much unlike this stable.

Expect a bold showing. 

The Shark’s TipLogo

1. Jiggler ($3.10)

Get our horse racing tips delivered straight to you!

Rosehill, Race 6 – 3. Disneck ($6.00/$2.25)

A little surprised by the opening price but not at all surprised by the early push.

Trialed super, running the best of the morning by a good 3 lengths, home 33.58 hitting the line strongly late which is low flying.

The only horse here to have won a race has drawn 17 of 17. A bit of a mystery why Collett hasn’t stayed on, but there might be some politics at play there as he does have an association with the Portelli stable.

This colt was the clear standout for mine on both exposed form and trial form, draws soft, and is well priced.

Can’t see him not giving this a serious shake.

The Shark’s TipLogo

3. Disneck ($6.00/$2.25)

Get our horse racing tips delivered straight to you!

Flemington, Race 6 – 14. Giga Kick ($6.00/$2.00)

A potentially massive changing of the guard moment shaping up here, and it would seem punters have gone all sentimental.

Genuine excuses for Nature Strip in The Everest after a ride McDonald would rather forget. But the fact is he is now an 8YO, and they can’t go on forever, particularly at the very elite level. Probably had a fitness edge on them in The Shorts given he campaigned overseas, and there are real question marks over what he beat there.

His run was still sensational in The Everest, but at red figures, with an undefeated 3YO who has a victory over him to go with his excellent record at straight track racing showing almost each-way odds, it seems a no brainer.

There is the question of whether you can peak again after The Everest. I thought the draw and the wet track beat Jacquinot, not the back up. Private Eye thrived, as did Mazu. The only real flop being Lost and Running who was scratched race morning and actually missed it. And let’s not forget, the veteran has to come through it as well, and he had the most torrid run of the lot.

Cannot go past the 3YO at the prices.

The Shark’s TipLogo

14. Giga Kick ($6.00/$2.00)

Get our horse racing tips delivered straight to you!

Flemington, Race 7 – 2. Private Eye ($2.90)

This would seem an odd move for just about anyone, except Joe Pride.

The bloke is a wizard. Patience personified, who has built a career on taking his time with moderately bred but talented geldings and continually getting them to raise the bar as they mature.

He’s had some good ones, but this bloke might end up being the best of them.

Already a G1 handicap winner at a mile, as well as a runner up in the world’s richest sprint race on turf under weight for age conditions. He’s also a Group 2 winner at this track, he’s run second to Alligator Blood in a Stradbroke by a length when conceding him 2kg, and he is absolutely flying.

Cascadian is a wet track bully, and you would have to think the My Oberon form out of the Crystal Mile is inferior to what Private Eye brings to the table out of the Sydney sprint series, especially when you consider his excellent record at a mile.

Should be winning.

The Shark’s TipLogo

2. Private Eye ($2.90)

Get our horse racing tips delivered straight to you!

Rosehill, Race 8 – 2. Law of Indices ($4.60)

Sent out here for a Golden Eagle at 4YO and performed well behind I’m Thunderstruck in spite of giving the local bred gallopers six months head start.

These types of things tend to have evened themselves out by the time a horse hits 5YO though and although he hasn’t broken through on our shores, he really hasn’t run a bad race and has competed nearly exclusively in Group 1 company.

His worst defeat was by 7L in G1 Canterbury Stakes, and he has come within a length and a half twice now of cracking it at the highest level.

The bookies have it right here, putting this up as a clear race in two. It is hard to see it panning out any other way unless Waller has waved his magic wand over a couple of these imports. But this guy arrived here much better credentialed than them, being already a G1 winner in Europe. 

You know he is well and truly acclimatised which is still their query. And the strong finish over the mile in the Toorak and that run in the Cox Plate just jump off the page at you when you line it up against Ellesberg who is unproven past a mile. 

Think today is his day.

The Shark’s TipLogo

2. Law of Indices ($4.60)

Get our horse racing tips delivered straight to you!

Best Bet – 2. Private Eye (Flemington, Race 7)
Next Best – 2. Law of Indices (Rosehill, Race 8)
Best Roughie – 3. Disneck (Rosehill, Race 6)

*Odds correct at time of publication, courtesy of Dabble.

Rob Davis has spent, or some might say misspent, a lifetime in the racing industry working everywhere from the stables of hall of fame trainers, to a form analyst for some of the countries leading online racing sites and bookmakers through to curating tracks at some of Australia’s most far flung racing outposts.These days he spends his time creating online content, providing tipping services and making a living off the punt whilst putting the finishing touches to his ‘Great Australian Racing Novel’. It’s fair to say that what Rob Davis doesn’t know about the racing game isn’t worth knowing and he now provides you with his five best bets, twice a week, Wednesday and Saturday, for you here at the Racing Sharks.