Horse racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own Dean Watling has broken down the racing for this Saturday. Searching high and low, they’ve found our loyal Dabblers the top three 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 Saturday:
Best Bet - 5. Kibou ($1.85) - Rosehill, Race 8
The Waterhouse / Bott trained Kibou looks to be the best bet across the country. The 3YO lightly raced gelding always has shown immense ability before an injury set back in the Spring. He returned well first up but had to work hard early to cross and lead.
That was telling late where he went down in a head bobber. He has been given 3 weeks off and now rises to 1500m which is perfect. He maps well and looks to get a nice and soft lead here up front; he is the class horse of the field and looks incredibly hard to beat here.
Next Best - 5. Tintookie ($5.00 / $1.95) - Rosehill, Race 6
I am very keen to be with the Brad Widdup trained Tintookie. The 3YO filly has risen through the grade quietly but looks to be a progressive type we can follow into the Winter. She was well backed first up off the back of some solid trials. She had to take her medicine from the wide gate and settle at the rear.
The meeting overall was very tough to make any ground from the back, she did so in impressive fashion running some of the meeting best late splits. She strips fitter here and can use the wide draw to spear across and land up on speed. This race looks to be slightly inferior to her last start and I'm confident if she does land in the first form in running, she will be winning.
Value Bet - 9. Lolly Yeats ($7.50 / $2.35) - Rosehill, Race 10
The Annabel Neasham stable have been in outstanding order of late, she looks to have another ominous chance to win with Lolly Yeats. The lightly raced import went out to a spell when smashed in betting late and putting up a 1.8L victory at Kembla Grange.
She returns here off the back of two very smart trials where she found the line intently. She gets in very light at the weights with 52.5kg and maps to get a lovely run just behind the leader. She likely needs to improve 1-2L to be winning but the trials and spell both suggest she is up to it.
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