|What||Eagle Farm Races|
|Where||Eagle Farm Racecourse – 230 Lancaster Rd, Ascot QLD 4007|
|When||Wednesday, July 21, 2021|
|First Race||1:43pm AEST|
HorseBetting’s Queensland racing analyst brings you his best bets, value picks and top quaddie numbers for the six-race metropolitan meeting that will be run and won at Eagle Farm on Wednesday afternoon. After racing at the track on Saturday, the rail will be moved out to the 12m position from the 1m position, while the track remains a Good 4. The first race will jump at 1:43pm AEST.
Eagle Farm Best Bet: Kingston’s Here
The Steve O’Dea & Matthew Hoysted stable are flying at the moment, and after having success on Saturday with Shooting For Gold at this track with Baylee Nothdurft on, they will be hoping to repeat that when they saddle up Kingston’s Here in the penultimate race on Wednesday. The talented grey gelding has seven starts for two wins and four minor placings, including a very narrow third at Doomben 10 days ago when finishing on the heels of Starosa and Fleet Dove. The form around this son of Rich Enuff has been very handy, getting up by four lengths first-up over subsequent Saturday winner Bad Barista and two starts back beating home Acrobatic, who won last Wednesday. From barrier six, Nothdurft should have the three-year-old in a midfield position and finishing off the better down the crown of the track. He looks a fair bit better than most of these.
Next Best at Eagle Farm: Princess Tenko
Kelly Schweida and James Orman combine in the third race of the day, a Fillies & Mares Benchmark 65 over 1200m, with the talented filly Princess Tenko. The daughter of Real Impact has had just four career starts for two narrow defeats and a tough win at Ipswich when defeating Super Gorgeous, who has won two races since. On debut, the three-year-old filly finished four lengths behind Kingston’s Here in a race that has since produced a few handy types. In her first-up run, Princess Tenko finished a length behind Kudu at this track and trip after trying to lead throughout, with the filly just feeling the pinch in the last little bit. She should be fitter now with a run under her belt, and with the rail out 12m from barrier five she should be in the right part of the track come the business end.
Eagle Farm Value Bet: I Am A Beauty
I Am A Beauty bolted in at Grafton last start over an unsuitable 1175m trip and now finds himself in a 1400m Class 1. Trained by Maryann Brosnan and to be ridden by apprentice hoop Jaden Lloyd, this son of I Am Invincible should get every chance in the running from barrier two. Lloyd partnered this gelding to his maiden win on July 8 and when he finished second at Doomben in April to Isabella’s Spring, who since has finished second on two occasions to the current Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup favourite, Incentivise.
Eagle Farm quaddie tips – 21/7/2021
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