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We have studied the form from all races across the country for Wednesday, March 30, and provided our best horse racing tips.
Whilst venue changes and wet tracks have made the punt a hard slog over recent weeks, ironically it is Melbourne, best known as the ‘Bleak City’ that is the only venue we find with a good track this week. And with our two tops tips going around at Sandown, we hope the sun is also shining on our selections.
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 Wednesday, March 30.
Doomben, Race 1 – 2. Yiska ($2.10)
*Race meeting has been abandoned.*
On form it is hard not see the top two running the quinella, although that said they both appear to have a few tricks in the bag if their debut runs are anything to go off.
We are going with Yiska here who was certainly the lesser of the wayward yet highly impressive pair of debuts and it was hard not to be impressed by what he did when he really put his mind on the job.
Jamaican Rumba on the other hand appears to not only have a mind of his own, but a very strong will to boot. The risk here is that they carve each other up in front and set it up for something at any old odds but I’m prepared to bet on the fact Yiska will have taken benefit from the run, and that Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman will have sharpened his manners up in the meantime.
Oakbank, Race 1 – 5. Tupoleu ($2.60)
Whilst a 1900m maiden race isn’t the most attractive betting prospect, there is some merit in the theory that in these types of events you back lightly raced horses that are having the first look at the trip.
This fellow fits the bill perfectly having improved with each run as he worked his way through the distance ranges and has found the line steadily over some unsuitable trips.
He was any old odds in a listed race last start but the hit out at the mile wouldn’t have done him any harm and he would only have to run up to that to be winning against this lot.
Canterbury, Race 2 – 3. Hollywood North ($7.00/$2.00)
Was set a task by the rider around Hawkesbury last start when eased back last where he remained until straightening.
Chased strongly there and looks ready to produce his best.
No luck with the draw again which is why you are shopping at around each way odds but a more senior rider takes over in Tommy Berry and he should know the breed well enough given he booted the sire, Vancouver, home in a Golden Slipper.
Sandown, Race 4 – 8. My Whisper ($2.10)
It was a confident ride by Kah when winning last start and for good reason.
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She was really impressive with the way she lengthened without ever really being asked any serious questions.
Steps to a mile here, she’s by Frankel, and should relish another look down the long expanse of the Hillside circuit. Best of the day.
Sandown, Race 5 – 3. Detonator Jack ($2.65)
I’d suggest this 3YO son of the ill-fated former Melbourne Cup placegetter Jakkalberry has bigger targets on his radar than this so we can expect him to win here, and win it well.
Sat three deep the trip on debut and let rip with an almighty finishing burst to score impressively at Bendigo.
The opening price looks very attractive and worth pairing up in the race to race double with the favourite in race 4.
Best Bet – 8. My Whisper (Sandown, Race 4)
Next Best – 3. Detonator Jack (Sandown, Race 5)
Best Roughie – 3. Hollywood North (Canterbury, Race 2)
*Odds correct at time of publication, courtesy of Dabble.