Morphettville Horse Racing Tips – Saturday, April 23rd 2022

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

The Redelva Stakes headlines the card in South Australia and we have our best value bets available.

All odds are with Neds – our No. 1 rated bookmaker. You can join Neds by clicking HERE.

Morphettville horse racing tips

Race 1. (12:22) The Junction BM82 (2500m)

#1 – Grinzinger Star @ $4 – Bet @ Neds

Grinzinger Star comes off back-to-back wins at lower levels and he’s good enough to handle this level of racing.

The six-year-old is an eight-time winner, and although he has yet to win or place in five attempts at Morphettville, this isn’t a strong race.

Getting 3kg off his back helps his cause.

Race 2. (12:57) Adelaide Racing Carnival (1050m)

#10 – Snow Falcon @ $3.50 – Bet @ Neds

Snow Falcon is on debut after winning a trial and the early betting support is a positive sign.

The Phillip Stokes-trained filly by Lonhro won by the trial by 2.5 lengths at Traralgon and her odds have firmed from an opening quote of $3.80.

It could pay to follow any further betting moves for the debutante.

Race 3. (13:32) Fleurieu Milk Company Maiden (1200m)

#5 – Strike Award @ $3.20 – Bet @ Neds

Strike Award is getting close to a win after posting back-to-back second placings and this maiden race is there for the taking.

The three-year-old son of Shamus Award wasn’t far behind a nice type last start and he has since added a trial win to his record.

Barrier three helps and punters get value odds.

Race 4. (14:12) Keep the Legacy Promise BM78 (1050m)

#11 – Extremely Lucky @ $4 – Bet @ Neds

Extremely Lucky won well on debut at Murray Bridge and he has been patiently handled since.

The three-year-old gelding by Extreme Choice was heavily backed at big odds on debut and he is much shorter this time around.

Off the inside draw with a light weight, his chances of winning are strong.

Race 5. (14:52) Grand Syndicate New Yearlings BM78 (1200m)

#1 – Tommy Blue @ $7 – Bet @ Neds

Tommy Blue owns five wins and seven placings from 21 starts, so she’s never too far away from the prize.

The five-year-old is a two-time winner at the distance and her best form comes on dry tracks, so she gets conditions to suit.

2kg comes off her back and punters get generous odds.

Race 6. (15:32) R N Irwin Stakes (1100m)

#1 – Trekking @ $3.10 – Bet @ Neds

Trekking is a professional 10-time winner with class on his side, which should take him a long way in this grade.

The seven-year-old is a four-time winner over the distance, and although his recent form is down on his best, he could recapture his best here.

Barrier three is ideal and he should start as the favourite.

Race 7. (16:09) Furphy BM60 (1600m)

#6 – Big Sue @ $5.50 – Bet @ Neds

Big Sue is still in his first campaign and the four-year-old continues to run well.

The son of Pellizotti won at Penola two back by a nose before running third at Morphettville behind Fox D’or.

He’s good enough to turn the tables on the favourite, so keep him safe.

Race 8. (16:47) Redelva Stakes (1100m)

#12 – I Am Me @ $7 – Bet @ Neds

I Am Me searches for three consecutive wins after scoring at Canberra and Ballarat, so she’s well-travelled.

The three-year-old filly won by 4.3 lengths at Ballarat last start and that suggests she’s good enough to handle the sharp rise in class.

It could pay to watch for late betting moves.

Race 9. (17:25) M&B Stewart 64th Anniversary BM82 (1600m)

#7 – Eagles Crag @ $2.90 – Bet @ Neds

Eagles Crag is a talented five-year-old who has won three of his six starts and he could add another to his record on Saturday.

The son of Fastnet Rock comes off a tough run at Caulfield in heavy conditions and getting back to firmer ground is right up his alley.

Carrying 55kg is ideal and we’re happy with the odds.

Once again, all odds are with Neds – our No. 1 rated bookmaker. You can join Neds by clicking HERE.

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