Horse Racing Tips : TAS Sunday 30th July 2023

Our Hobart Horse Racing Tips for Sunday’s meeting.

Key Comments

Track: Currently a Soft 5 but there’s a touch of rain on the forecast and some wind expected.

Rail: +9m (Previously in the +5m position)

Notes:

The 2022/2023 season comes to a close at Hobart, with the track holding up beautifully.

As a general rule, runners who land in the front half of the field are suited at this track, with a slight advantage to those who land forward of midfield and can find a cart into the race from the wider lanes in the straight.

David Pires and Brendon McCoull provide a nice subplot for the meeting as they fight out the TAS Jockey’s Premiership.

Jockeys to follow:

– Brendon McCoull: 27%SR @ 6.1% POT L100 Runners
– David Pires: 18%SR @ 21.6% POT L100 Runners

Trainers to follow:

– lmogen Miller: 15%SR @ 15% POT@ Hobart
– Scott Brunton: Career 19.1%SR @ 0.3% POT @ Hobart

Best Bet

Alvarinho (Hobart Race 6 No. 6):

Looks a class above these after a pleasing trip to Melbourne where running 2nd at Sandown. Tick-over trial was good enough to be winning here off a 70-day break.

$2.30

Best Each Way

Rodrick’s Secret (Hobart Race 7 No. 8):

Closed well last start when held up. Gets nice weight relief here and should get a kind run in behind the speed to factor in the finish.

$6.50/2.40

Best Lay

Lord Whitegate (Hobart Race 5 No. 6):

Strange preparation jumping out to this trip off a 1000m run. Didn’t think it was going as well as the market has it going. Happy to lay given the price.

Lay (WIN) at < $3.00

You can place lay bets with Betfair

Race 1

1 Cartoon Graveyard
7 Elmajay
3 Shooting North
16 Christopher Robin

Race 2

8 Fashion Fox
1 Aussie Warrior
3 General Assembly
10 Loud Mouth

Notes:
Backing #8 – Small WIN

Race 3

6 Costero
3 Banca Glee
1 Yarra Master
2 Chi Mazel

Race 4

3 Fear The Sting
2 Adachi
10 Crystal Pallazo
15 Wheeling

Race 5

13 Gee Gee Silentnite
6 Lord Whitegate
8 Three’s A Crowd
4 The Decider

Notes:
Backing #13 if it gets a run – WIN

Race 6

6 Alvarinho
2 Vivilici
10 Scardimalia
9 Move On Over

Notes:

Backing #6 with confidence – WIN

Race 7

8 Rodrick’s Secret
1 Wane’s Quest
5 Day Performer
10 Nev’s Boy

Notes:

Backing #8 and #1 strongly – EACH WAY

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