Horse racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own The Mock Sports has broken down the card at Randwick this Saturday, which includes the $2M Group 1, the Spring Champion Stakes. 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 The Mock Sports’ best bet, next best and value bet for the card at Randwick:
Best Bet - 8. Sequestered ($2.75) - Randwick, Race 4
We have a big opinion of this lightly raced Godolphin mare. She got the scalp of Garza Blanca last start on The Everest Day when stepping up in class and saluted duly. We reckon she can eventually get to a stakes level of race, so this type of race could potentially be cheap change for her. Whatever the conditions on the day won’t mater either, she should be winning.
Next Best - 4. Gringotts ($2.60) - Randwick, Race 10
Bit boring going the favourite in the last we know, but we don’t see any other horse threatening the Maher and Eustace gelding. He has been super consistent without winning this prep and finds a very winnable field to try and get that confidence back. Schiller needs to ensure he doesn’t get boxed in and is afforded a clean run to the line. If he gets it, he wins.
Value Bet - 10. Medatsu ($26 / $5.50) - Randwick, Race 7
Cashy seems to believe that this horse has flown right under the radar despite his price. There has been nothing to suggest that the 3YO staying form has been consistent this Spring. Tom Kitten fails consistently, Riff Rocket got rolled as a $1.25 shot and they aren’t the only serial offenders. Nothing suggests that this horse coming off a Kembla Grange maiden win can’t get the job done. Waller horses grow a 5th leg 2nd up and conditions won’t matter, don’t be shocked if this horse gets up at big odds.
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Note: Odds correct at time of publication.