We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Sale that features eight quality betting races.
A heavy surface is presented at Sale, which features a mix of flat and jumping races. We have our best bets available.
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Sale horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (12:10) E-Cycle Solutions Maiden Hurdle (3280m)
#2 – Dr Dependable @ $6 – Bet @ PlayUp
Dr Dependable is never too far away from the prize and it shouldn’t take him long to break his jumping duck.
The seven-year-old son of Rebel Raider finished fourth at Hamilton last start and he has plenty of room for improvement against this level of opposition.
Punters should expect each-way odds on race day.
Race 2. (12:50) E-Cycle Solutions Hurdle (3280m)
#1 – Hey Happy @ $2.40 – Bet @ PlayUp
Hey Happy’s most recent run was too bad to be true so we’re sticking with him for one more.
The former New Zealand runner was nowhere near his best but his win three back is a much better form guide and that’s good enough for us.
There isn’t much to this field and we wouldn’t be surprised to see a solid betting push on race day.
Race 3. (13:30) E-Cycle Solutions Steeplechase (3280m)
#3 – Runaway @ $3.10 – Bet @ PlayUp
Runaway is getting back to his best and the seven-year-old meets a field that’s there for the taking.
The Waterhouse/Bott-trained son of Manhattan Rain comes off a third placing at Sandown behind Blanford Lad and this is an easier field.
Beating Valac is the biggest test but his confidence might be down after falling, so we’re going with Runaway to score a slight upset.
Race 4. (14:10) A. Lee Maiden (1108m)
#10 – Waterworld @ $9.50 – Bet @ PlayUp
Drawing barrier 18 isn’t ideal over this distance but Waterworld could have more ability than most in this field.
The two-year-old gelding ran fourth on debut at Flemington before running fourth at Cranbourne, which is a solid result.
He has been scratched from a race last week but he should be ready to fire.
Race 5. (14:45) H. Cantwell C1 Handicap (1208m)
#14 – Fateela @ $23 – Bet @ PlayUp
The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained filly showed enough during her first campaign to warrant attention.
She won at Pakenham over Wahoo Flyer before running seventh, but she bounced back with a nice fourth behind Write the Score.
That form has stood up nicely since and having Damien Oliver in the saddle is a bonus.
Race 6. (15:20) W. Pollock BM64 (2232m)
#3 – He’s on Form @ $2.80 – Bet @ PlayUp
The Payne-trained four-year-old comes off back-to-back second placings and we like her chances of going one better.
He ran second at Sale before rising in distance and running second at Mornington, so the form checks out and there are no superstars in this race.
Drawing the inside barrier is ideal and punters could get each-way odds.
Race 7. (15:55) Hart/Jones BM64 (1736m)
#5 – New Jersey @ $4.20 – Bet @ PlayUp
New Jersey was impressive on debut at Pakenham and we think he can rise through the grades nicely.
The son of Vadamos had solid betting support and we expect there to be big money coming his way on race day.
This stable knows how to keep them running well when they’re in form.
Race 8. (16:25) Vote the Front Bar to Win BM64 (1419m)
#5 – Set to Prophet @ $7.50 – Bet @ PlayUp
Set to Prophet won at Pakenham two back before running fifth behind Meltdown, which is handy form.
The three-year-old gelding by Extreme Choice settled a touch too far back in the run before hitting the line nicely.
If he can repeat that run, he should be right in the mix.
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About the Author: Daryl Curnow
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.