Ipswich Horse Racing Tips – Wednesday February 9th, 2022

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

Punters get excellent betting fields throughout the day and we have our best value bets.

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Doomben horse racing tips & form

Race 1. (13:38) Written By Yearlings Maiden (1110m)

#3 – Kobe Lad – Bet @ Sportsbet

Kobe Lad comes off back-to-back placings and we like his chances of breaking through for the win.

The two-year-old is trained by Tony Gollan and his juveniles don’t often take long to break their maiden status.

Barrier four is ideal and we’re in his camp.

Race 2. (14:13) Buy Otis @ Magic Millions Maiden (1110m)

#3 – Good Girl – Bet @ Sportsbet

Good Girl finished third on debut at Doomben and it’s only a matter of time before she exits maiden grades.

The two-year-old filly by Star Turn was only 1.5 lengths off the winner and she had good betting support, so punters should expect the same on Wednesday.

Annabel Neasham trains, so she has a good team behind her.

Race 3. (14:48) Tab Venue Mode Maiden (1110m)

#8 – Warrioress – Bet @ Sportsbet

The Gollan-trained filly has had two trials for one placing and we think she looks ready to fire on debut.

She wasn’t far behind in her first trial at Eagle Farm before finishing second at Deagon, so the fitness helps and she has upside.

Look for a market push on race day.

Race 4. (15:23) Stradbroke Season on Sale Maiden (1350m)

#6 – A Call from Heaven – Bet @ Sportsbet

The Gollan-trained three-year-old started her career with consecutive second placings, so the early signs are good.

She started off with a solid effort at Doomben before running a length behind the winner at Ipswich. Both runs were excellent form guides for this race, so we’re putting her on top.

Race 5. (15:58) XXXX Dry BM68 (1350m)

#5 – Vampirina Diamond – Bet @ Sportsbet

The Billy Healey-trained mare owns three wins and four placings from eight starts, so she is well worth following.

She won three of her four starts last preparation, and although drawing barrier nine isn’t ideal, she shows good barrier pace.

Punters should be able to get each-way odds on race day.

Race 6. (16:33) Girls Day Out C1 Handicap (2040m)

#1 – Style Seeker – Bet @ Sportsbet

Style Seeker scored his maiden win at Doomben last start and we fancy his chances of kicking on with it.

The four-year-old son of Savabeel owns a win and a placing from three starts at Doomben, so he loves the track.

Getting 2kg off his back is ideal and the odds should be firm.

Race 7. (17:10) Racecourse Village BM68 (1640m)

#5 – Calm Seeker – Bet @ Sportsbet

Calm Seeker scored a win fresh up and if he can get back to that form, he’s a chance of getting back to that form.

The four-year-old has yet to fire in three attempts at Doomben, but his best efforts come over this distance and the conditions suit.

Punters should get each-way odds.

Race 8. (17:50) St Pat’s Day Festival C2 (1200m)

#7 – Meridan Flash – Bet @ Sportsbet

Meridan Flash is unbeaten after two starts and the four-year-old gelding showed them a clean pair of heels last start.

He scored by 4.8 lengths as a $1.40 chance, so punters should be expecting big odds on Wednesday, but they’re worth taking.

He should be running through many multi bets.

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