Doomben Horse Racing Tips – Wednesday March 30th, 2022

We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Ipswich that features eight quality betting races.

Punters get value betting races at Ipswich and we have our best bets available.


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Ipswich horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (13:08) Follow Ipswichturfclub Maiden (1100m)

#4 – Johnny Dash – Bet @ PlayUp

Johnny Dash is on debut for Annabel Neasham and he has looked solid at the trials in Sydney.

The two-year-old colt by I Am Invincible comes off a third placing at Warwick Farm where he was a half-length behind subsequent city winner Shalatin.

It’s red-hot trial form for midweek racing at Ipswich.

Race 2. (13:43) Ipswich Cup Tix on Sale Maiden (1666m)

#9 – I Am Good at This – Bet @ PlayUp

The three-year-old turned his form around when running second at Grafton last start and he could go one better.

The Matthew Dunn-trained son of I Am Invincible hadn’t shown much throughout his career, but this is a weak field and he could take advantage.

Watch the market for a betting push.

Race 3. (14:18) Tab Venue Mode C1 Handicap (1666m)

#2 – Roller Coaster – Bet @ PlayUp

Roller Coaster comes off a win at Eagle Farm and he gets a good chance to go back-to-back.

The three-year-old son of Ocean Park hit the line impressively to score on the line, so a repeat of that effort would be good enough.

He’s from the Chris Waller stables, so punters should expect a nice effort.

Race 4. (14:53) Sirromet C4 Handicap (1666m)

#3 – Command King – Bet @ PlayUp

Command King scored well at Eagle Farm last time out and that form stacks up nicely in this grade.

The Smith-trained five-year-old owns four wins and five placings from 13 starts, so he doesn’t know how to run a bad race.

Look for him to push forward and give punters a good sight.

Race 5. (15:28) Schweppes Maiden Handicap (1200m)

#7 – Super Mist – Bet @ PlayUp

Super Mist did enough on debut to warrant attention and she shouldn’t be overlooked on Wednesday.

The Robert Heathcote-trained filly ran third by 1.8 lengths as an $11 chance and we expect her odds to be shorter here.

Drawing barrier four with a 2kg claimer in the saddle is a bonus.

Race 6. (16:03) Great Northern C4 Handicap (1200m)

#3 – Kavak – Bet @ PlayUp

Kavak is finding it tough to win races but the four-year-old son of Deep Field is getting close.

He owns three placings from his last five starts, including a third placing at Eagle Farm last time out behind Mischief Managed.

That should be a good form guide and jumping from barrier three should ensure a nice trip in transit.

Race 7. (16:38) IPS Events & Entertainment BM68 (2150m)

#3 – Aquileon – Bet @ PlayUp

Aquileon is shooting for three consecutive wins after scoring at Newcastle and Ipswich, which should be an excellent form guide.

The Kris Lees-trained five-year-old won by just under a length as an odds-on favourite last start and punters should expect similar odds.

He’s unbeaten at the track and distance, so a repeat win looms.

Race 8. (17:13) Barn Family Restaurant BM65 (1350m)

#4 – Expert Eye – Bet @ PlayUp

Expert Eye owns four wins and four placings from 18 starts, so she is rarely too far away from the prize.

The five-year-old has won all four starts at this distance, including a win at Doomben earlier this preparation.

Barrier 13 won’t help her cause, but we’ll take the each-way odds available.


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