Horse Racing Tips : QLD Wednesday 5th May 2021

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Our Eagle Farm Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting.

Frontman (Eagle Farm Race 2 No. 8)
This two-year-old Redoubte’s Choice colt trained by Anthony Freedman has had two starts. On debut he settled 5th, got behind the leaders on the turn and chased hard closing through the line for 0.75 length 2nd behind Lightsaber over 1300m at Sandown Hillside on 3 February. At his second start he settled 3rd but was bumped and became unbalanced at the 450m then battled after that for 4.85 lengths 5th over 1400m at Sandown Hillside on 17 February. He resumes from an 11 week let-up, gets the blinkers on for the first time and looks a major chance.


Each Way

Charm Bracelet (Eagle Farm Race 1 No. 6):
This three-year-old Charm Spirit filly has two places from her three starts. She was caught wide with no cover but fought on gamely for 1.5 lengths 2nd over 1100m at Gold Coast on 3 April, then played up before the start but fought hard for 0.5 length 2nd over 1000m at Eagle Faem on 14 April. The 3kg claim will help here and she looks a nice each-way bet.


Best Lay

Designs (Eagle Farm Race 5  No. 10):
This three-year-old Vancouver filly is the early favourite in this QTIS 3YO handicap over 1845m. She over-raced 3 deep and chased hard for 0.3,0.5 length 3rd over 1400m at Pakenham Park on 1 April, then was slowly away and took no part in a 3YO fillies handicap over 1600m at Caulfield on 24 April. Her breeding suggests the extra distance will be no problem, but her habit of being slowly away suggests others have better chances in a race with several last start winners.


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Race 1

6 Princess Tenko
4 Think She’s Good
2 Charm Bracelet
5 Yesmeena

Race 2

8 Frontman (BB)
3 Kipchoge
9 Gave Us Up
10 Vantan Express

Race 3

8 Alignment
7 Yourjokingme Right
6 Kravitz
5 Irish Thunder

Race 4

6 Safado
9 Bonaparte
1 Sea Raider
5 The Tax Accountant

Race 5

1 Linthorpe Lad
7 Dune Forty Five
10 Designs
4 Vanbari

Race 6

2 Hidden Hall
5 Hamilton Hill
6 One Shy Ruby
1 Bold Hunter

Race 7

1 Pizonie 
10 Blue Odyssey
2 Weboughtazou
11 Tabatha Miss

Race 8

5 See Marie
2 Wowsers
4 Man Of Sinn
12 Top Order

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