Flemington Horse Racing Tips – Saturday, July 2nd 2022

We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Flemington that features nine quality betting races.

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Flemington horse racing tips

Race 1. (11:50) TCL Leilani Series Final (1400m)

#7 – Megamea @ $3.40 – Bet @ Neds

Megamea won fresh up at Sandown before placing at Flemington and there’s a lot to like about that form.

The five-year-old mare by Master of Design is well-weighted with 54kg and punters get fair each-way odds for the favourite.

She is rarely too far away and she’ll give a good sight.

Race 2. (12:25) Yulong Next Gen Sprinters Final (1200m)

#5 – Chaseton @ $3.80 – Bet @ Neds

Chaseton scored by three lengths at Geelong on debut and that’s a good form guide for this contest.

The two-year-old son of Capitalist was heavily backed on that occasion and we expect money to come for him again on Saturday.

Getting the inside draw down the straight shouldn’t be much of a negative.

Race 3. (13:00) MSS Security Rivette Final (1400m)

#1 – Bella Rouge @ $4.80 – Bet @ Neds

Bella Rouge is shooting for three consecutive wins after scoring at Flemington and Rosehill.

The Chris Waller-trained three-year-old won her only start on the track by a nose and the form out of that race has stacked up.

Her odds have shortened since markets opened and we’re following the money moves.

Race 4. (13:35) Kennedy Taj Rossi Series Final (1600m)

#4 – Quang Tri @ $4.80 – Bet @ Neds

The Patrick Payne-trained two-year-old filly scored by a half-length at Swan Hill and she looks to have city claims.

She will need to improve on that effort against a field with much more depth but the early signs are good for the daughter of Shalaa.

Punters get each-way odds worth taking.

Race 5. (14:15) G.H. Mumm Mahogany Challenge Final (2500m)

#3 – Phere the Ex @ $5.50 – Bet @ Neds

Phere the Ex looked home at Sandown last start when running second by a nose behind Whirly Jig.

The Hayes-trained three-year-old gets another chance on Saturday and the son of Exosphere looks set to handle the rise in distance.

He won’t take long to win his second race and the odds appeal.

Race 6. (14:55) Lexus Banjo Paterson Final (2600m)

#1 – Maserartie Boy @ $5 – Bet @ Neds

The Maher/Eustace-trained gelding looked good when winning by 1.8 lengths at Flemington last start and he could go back-to-back.

He is an eight-time winner with experience on his side, so handling the 2600m isn’t a worry. He also likes running at Flemington, so the $5 is a value price.

Barrier four is ideal and his odds could firm on race day.

Race 7. (15:30) Furphy Santa Ana Lane Final (1200m)

#4 – Ashford Street @ $3.70 – Bet @ Neds

Ashford Street continues to win and the four-year-old did it impressively at Sandown last start.

The son of Moshe scored by 3.3 lengths and dropping to 54kg for this contest is ideal, hence why he’s being well-backed again.

The $3.70 could firm to around $3 on race day, so take the odds available.

Race 8. (16:10) Penfolds Winter Championship (1600m)

#12 – Tuvalu @ $3.10 – Bet @ Neds

Tuvalu owns six wins and four second placings from 10 starts and he was too good for them last time out at Flemington.

The Lindsay Smith-trained four-year-old has yet to finish worse than second and that’s an incredible record. He puts himself in the race and he’s likely to cross from the wide draw.

54kg is ideal and his odds are shortening.

Race 9. (16:40) Tab Silver Bowl Series Final (1600m)

#1 – Jimmy the Bear @ $16 – Bet @ Neds

Jimmy the Bear continues to be underrated by bookmakers despite winning back-to-back races at Flemington.

The three-year-old scored by a nose against a tough field last start and running at $16 odds is a steal for punters.

Carrying the big weight is the only thing against 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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