Horse racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own Dean Watling has broken down the racing for this Wednesday. Searching high and low, they’ve found our loyal Dabblers the top three horse racing bets of the day. They’ve done all the hard work for you finding the best horse racing tips, so you don’t even have to lift a finger – how nice is that?!
Without further ado, see Dean Watling’s best bet, next best and value bet from around the grounds this Wednesday:
Best Bet - 6. Petersham ($1.95) - Kensington, Race 3
The Waterhouse and Bott camp have had 12 months to remember, they again look to have a key chance and progressive galloper in Petersham. He has always shown smart ability in his short career and again caught the key at the trials prior to his first up run.
He was very well supported late in betting first up, but nothing went right when the gates opened, he missed the kick and got sandwiched early before having to get to the far outside and lose ground on the home turn. His late sectional though was superb as he charged to the line. The stable has a 25% second up record and he will also appreciate the rise to 1550m. Hard to beat.
Next Best - 3. Tavi Time ($3.90) - Kensington, Race 7
I've got a lot of time for this progressive 4YO gelding Tavi Time. The Kris Lees camp have taken their time with him slowly racing the bar. He has a dynamic first up record and couldn’t have been more impressive in his recent trials. He has a lovely long action matched with a turn of speed.
He is unbeaten over the 1400m and looks to get a lovely run in transit from barrier 4. Dylan Gibbons has been in smart form of late and has an impressive strike rate when teaming up with Kris Lees. He looks very well placed first up and should prove hard to run down.
Value Bet - 7. Miss Emma ($12 / $4.20) - Kensington, Race 2
I suggest the short priced favourite Tulle who is a full sister to Alizee and half to Astern will prove hard to beat but the value bet in the race has to be the Chris Waller trained Miss Emma. She has the added bonus of a preparation under her belt and looks to have returned well this time in.
She has been sneaky good at the trials minding her own business out the back before finding the line intently late. She maps to get every possible chance from barrier 5 with the in form Tim Clark in the saddle.
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Note: Odds correct at time of publication.