Our Murray Bridge Racing Tips for Tuesdays meeting.
Viduka (Murray Bridge Race 8 No. 1)
This five-year-old Stryker gelding trained by Ryan Balfour has had 14 starts for two wins and eight places. He kept chasing solidly for 1.7, 0.3 lengths 3rd over 1200m at Morphettville on 26 December, then kept chasing gamely making good ground late for 1.2 lengths 2nd over 1200m at Murray Bridge on 9 January at his first run on the track. He gets a big claim and should be right in the finish.
Go Boo Boo (Murray Bridge Race 7 No. 8):
This four-year-old Shinzig mare has a win and two places from 10 starts. She worked home well making ground in the final 175m but never threatened when 2.7 lengths 5th over 1500m at Morphettville on 18 December, then sustained a long run to gather in the leaders in the closing stages for a 0.6 length win over 1800m at Murray Bridge on 1 January. At the same track and distance she looks a nice each-way bet.
Brimarvi Rooboy (Murray Bridge Race 5 No. 2):
This four-year-old gelding trained at Murray Bridge is the early favourite in this BM 58 handicap over 1000m. He kept fighting but was outgunned late for 0.9 lengths 2nd over 1200m at Murray Bridge on 16 October, then battled solidly for 2 lengths 4th over 1100m at Gawler on 5 November, He resumes here and does go well first-up but has not won in seven starts at this track.
7 Starspangled Saga
2 Morphett Road
1 Hard Ransom
3 Scotch On The Rock
4 Silver On Red
6 Scarlet River
1 Halayr Dream
Our Ascot Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting. Key Comments There are a massive 12 races as Sunday's meeting was abandoned due to extreme heat and 5 races from then were added to today's program. The feature race is the $125,000 Challenge Stakes (race 10). The track is Soft and the rail is +12 metres for the entire circuit. Best Bet Just Famous (Ascot Race 3 No. 4) Just Famous has placed at 2 of his 3 starts. Last start he put up a
Our Hawkesbury Tips for Wednesday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is true. The track is in the heavy range but should be improving. The each way bet has been heavily tried and will be hard to hold out. Best Bet Redbreast (Hawkesbury Race 5 No. 11) Solid debut in a harder race than this. Maps well from barrier 2 and Tim Clark does the steering. Should appreciate the drop in grade and this race looks very suitable. Hard to beat. $1.95
Our Sandown Lakeside Horse Racing Tips for Wednesday’s meeting. Key Comments Keen on the best bet who is in the first race of the day and looks very hard to beat. Best Bet Quickster (Sandown Lakeside Race 1 No. 9) Good way to kick the day off with a winner. I tipped Quickster at the start of last prep and it should have won when flying home late. Suited kicking off at the 1200 and looks terribly hard to beat. $1.75
Our Ipswich Horse Racing Tips for the 21st of February. Key Comments The rail is in 6.5 metres. Those on speed will be suited and the best bet is saved until the last race of the day. Best Bet To Wish (Ipswich Race 6 No. 5) Hard to beat from barrier 2 with Orman steering. This race suits and has been well tried in early doors. Good price and suitable target, the stable are having a brilliant run. $1.90