IPSWICH is the Queensland venue this Wednesday and there are nine races to bet on after this meeting was called off last Saturday due to heat.
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Race 1 – C5 Handicap (1000m)
National Trail looked good when winning its first two starts this campaign before running two solid races. The five-year-old has won five of its 22 starts to date and getting barrier two should see it go close.
Race 1 tip: National Trail to win at Neds.com.au
Race 2 – C1 Handicap (1200m)
Pretext’s Dream was a solid winner on debut at Sunshine Coast and it could kick on with it now. The David Vandyke-trained four-year-old faces a much harder field here, but it should cope well.
Race 2 tip: Pretext’s Dream to win at Sportsbet.com.au
Race 3 – Open Handicap (1350m)
Dreams Aplenty was disappointing not to win in three starts last campaign, but they were good performances for second and this is an easier field. The apprentice claim helps and it should have too much speed for them.
Race 3 tip: Dreams Aplenty to win at CrownBet.com.au
Race 4 – Maiden Handicap (1350m)
Cyclone Path looked good when placing at its first two starts, but there were concerns last start. The three-year-old finished 10th of 15 runner, but this looks slightly easier and it could return to its best form.
Race 4 tip: Cyclone Path to win at Neds.com.au
Race 5 – Maiden Handicap (1666m)
Dream Wilder turned around some average form last campaign with two straight placings this time in. The Matt Dunn-trained gelding by Dream Ahead ran well at Doomben in both starts and only the wide draw is a concern here.
Race 5 tip: Dream Wilder to win at CrownBet.com.au
Race 6 – BM65 Handicap (1666m)
Prospecting should be at big odds in this, but it could add some value with luck. It went went for second in a lower grade last start, but Hannah English takes some weight off its back and it could run into the money.
Race 6 tip: Prospecting to win at Neds.com.au
Race 7 – Open Handicap (1200m)
Real Kaos was a 1.5-length winner on this track last year and that form looks strong for this. The Toby Edmonds-trained three-year-old didn’t run an overly quick time, but it was an encouraging win none-the-less.
Race 7 tip: Real Kaos to win at Neds.com.au
Race 8 – BM65 Handicap (1350m)
Explosive Evie was a stylish winner fresh up before running third last time out. The Tony Sears-trained mare gets the inside draw to work with and that’s going to make her tough to beat.
Race 8 tip: Explosive Evie to win at CrownBet.com.au
Race 9 – BM65 Handicap (1350m)
Dreamscope was a good winner fresh up at Toowoomba for Ben Currie and it could go back-to-back. The five-year-old has rarely been out of the money in 10 starts and that consistency should take it close again.
Race 9 tip: Dreamscope to win at Sportsbet.com.au