Horse Racing Tips
Horse Racing25 Aug 2023

Free Horse Racing Tips Today For 26/08/2023

Horse racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own The Mock Sports has broken down the racing for this Saturday. 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 The Mock Sports’ best bet, next best and value bet from around the grounds this Saturday:

Best Bet - 7. St Lawrence ($1.90) - Moonee Valley, Race 9

Here’s a horse with a serious future if he continues to rise through the grades as he has been doing this past 6 months. He dominated his way through the midweek grades before doing the same at Saturday level.

A win here would make it 5 from his last 6 outings, all of which have been pretty arrogant if I am being honest. He is one of those gutsy types that you know will put his best foot forward come the finishing stages. As per usual, he should sit just behind the leaders and run past them in the straight.

Next Best - 5. Call Di ($3.20) - Rosehill, Race 6

Here is a horse that just constantly runs into bad luck. Either she finds one better, finds herself in traffic or finds herself at a distance that is 50 metres too short for her. Last start she hit the front and looked home with 100 metres to go, but the fitness gave out and she was swooped.

Up in distance and now with that added race fitness I would think she is prime to have a big run here and grab the win. Powerful Peg, the horse that defeated her last time of course is still a danger to do so here again, however, I feel Call Di’s class will shine through here.

Value Bet - 13. Eight Of A Kind ($13 / $4.00) - Rosehill, Race 1

Bold to include a tip in the highway in one of these articles, as they are notoriously the hardest races to tip on an NSW Racing card, but I am brave and confident this Danielle Sieb horse can find his way into the money and potentially knock off the shorter horses.

Sieb is a great trainer, especially for Highways, she seems to win one just about every couple of weeks so she will definitely have him prepped for a big run. The rail is out 6 metres at Rosehill this weekend which means it could be a leader's paradise and I expect this horse to go straight to the front, dictate the speed and prove very hard to run down.

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