Doomben Horse Racing Tips – Wednesday June 8th, 2022

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

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Doomben horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (12:20) Racecourse Village Maiden (1350m)

#8 – Media Scandal – Bet @ PlayUp

Media Scandal owns three placings from three starts and she looks ready to breakthrough for her maiden race.

The two-year-old filly was under a length behind the winner at Sunshine Coast and drawing barrier two should help.

Carrying 55kg is ideal and we fancy her chances.

Race 2. (13:00) Mount Franklin Maiden (1350m)

#8 – Badgers Nuts – Bet @ PlayUp

Badgers Nuts has mixed form but with two placings from three starts, he shouldn’t be far off.

The three-year-old didn’t fire at Eagle Farm two starts back but he rebounded with a second placing at Sunshine Coast.

We expect money to come for him throughout the week.

Race 3. (13:40) Tab Venue Mode BM72 (1650m)

#3 – Mosshiki – Bet @ PlayUp

Mosshiki is only a three-time winner but one of those wins came three starts back at Eagle Farm.

It was a good effort to win by two lengths and his form since has included a third placing at Doomben.

Getting 2kg off his back taking him to 55kg is ideal and there isn’t much to this small field, so we’re putting him on top.

Race 4. (14:18) Sky Racing BM70 (1050m)

#6 – Cudyado – Bet @ PlayUp

Cudyado returned from a spell with an effortless three-length win at Sunshine Coast last time out.

The three-year-old son of Spirit of Boom paid only $1.50, so we’re not expecting huge odds on race day.

He faces a much harder field on this occasion and it’s a fair rise in class, but he has class on his side and we’re in his camp.

Race 5. (14:53) Gallopers Sports Club C5 Handicap (1050m)

#5 – Donandkim – Bet @ PlayUp

Donandkim scored back-to-back wins to finish his last campaign and it won’t take him long to win this prep.

The five-year-old gelding owns a win and a placing from four starts at Doomben and he gets every chance in the run.

This race is there for the taking and we like his chances of success.

Race 6. (15:28) XXXX Dry BM68 (1200m)

#11 – In Great Nic – Bet @ PlayUp

In Great Nic is never too far away from the prize and dropping to 53kg could turn the tables in her favour.

The five-year-old daughter of Nicconi ran fourth fresh up against easier opposition but dropping in weight is a bonus.

She should pay value odds with bookmakers.

Race 7. (16:03) The Brown Collective C1 Handicap (1200m)

#7 – Queenslander – Bet @ PlayUp

It would be apt for Queenslander to win on the eve of State of Origin. The Tony Gollan-trained filly won by a half-length at Ipswich and that form stacks up.

The three-year-old daughter of Dissident paid handy odds when winning and we expect her to be shorter in the market this time around.

Watch for any late betting moves.

Race 8. (16:33) Mullins Lawyers BM78 (1350m)

#1 – Snitzify – Bet @ PlayUp

Snitzify turned his form around when winning at Doomben by a narrow margin and he’s good enough to handle the rise in class.

The five-year-old gelding owns a win and a placing on the track and he gets 2kg off his back, so that’s a bonus.

Barrier five is another positive and we’re sticking with him.


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After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.

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