Doomben Saturday racing tips & quaddie | November 11, 2023

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What Doomben Races
Where Doomben Racecourse – 75 Hampden St, Ascot QLD 4007
When Saturday, November 11, 2023
First Race 12:08pm AEST

The Brisbane Racing Club will host a massive 10-race program at Doomben Racecourse this Saturday afternoon, with the Listed Keith Noud Quality headlining proceedings. The track is rated a Soft 5, but with warm and dry weather forecast for Friday and Saturday, expect the track to get into the Good range. The rail will be in the +2m position for the entire circuit, with the opening race set to kick off at 12:08pm AEST.

Keith Noud Quality Tip: Cifrado

Cifrado returned from an 18-week spell in an Open Handicap over 1000m at Eagle Farm, where he was slow away but worked home nicely along the rail to finish fourth. Stepping up to 1200m second-up after four weeks off, this son of Encryption should appreciate the extra distance. During his two-year-old season, the Rex Lipp-trained colt won the Group 2 Spirit Of Boom Classic over 1200m and Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce over 1400m. With an abundance of speed influences engaged, Cifrado should get the race run to suit and will be flying home late.

Keith Noud Quality

Race 8 – Silks#11 Cifrado (4)

3yo Colt | T: Rex Lipp | J: Damien Thornton (53kg)

+1200 with Betfair

Best Bet at Doomben: Tidal Creek

The Stuart Kendrick-trained Tidal Creek had won two on the bounce before stepping up into Open Handicap grade last start, where he finished seventh of nine but was only beaten by 2.7 lengths over 1600m. The five-year-old gelding has been given a six-week freshen and will return in a Class 6 Handicap that appears to be a lot weaker than his last assignment. This son of Sntizel has a very good record at the track and trip (4:3-1-0), and with Bailey Wheeler claiming 2kg, Tidal Creek can find the front and lead all the way.

Best Bet

Race 9 – silks#1 Tidal Creek (3)

5yo Gelding | T: Stuart Kendrick | J: Bailey Wheeler (a2) (60.5kg)

+220 with Boombet

Next Best at Doomben: Orient’s Secret

Orient’s Secret recorded an impressive win first-up at Eagle Farm over 1200m, where the Matthew Dunn-trained galloper settled near last on a moderate speed and was able to weave his way through traffic to finish over the top. Given that the race was run to suit on-speed runners, the performance from this son of Spill The Beans has to be elevated. From barrier five, Martin Harley will try to settle closer to the speed, and if Orient’s Secret is within three lengths of the leaders when turning for home, he will prove extremely hard to hold out.

Next Best

Race 7 – #7 Orient’s Secret (5)

4yo Gelding | T: Matthew Dunn | J: Martin Harley (58.5kg)

+650 with PlayUp

Best Value at Doomben: Tojaki

Tojaki has been very good at all three starts this preparation. Last time out, she was just beaten by a better horse on the day, going down to Miss Tambo at this track and trip on November 1. This four-year-old mare broke her maiden in fine style first-up before leading all the way to record back-to-back victories in a Benchmark 62 at the Sunshine Coast. On Saturday, this daughter of Zoustar has found a very winnable affair where she can run the race to suit herself. If Robbie Dolan can find the lead and hold the rail, Tojaki will give them something to chase.

Best Value

Race 6 – #15 Tojaki (9)

4yo Mare | T: Stuart Kendrick | J: Robbie Dolan (56.5kg)

+800 with Neds

Saturday quaddie tips for Doomben races

Doomben quadrella selections

Saturday, November 11, 2023

  1. 3-7-8
  2. 5-8-10-11-12
  3. 1-7
  4. 3-7-10-14-15

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