Geelong tips & form for Sunday, January 28

GEELONG racing is back this Sunday and punters have an eight race card to look forward to.

There’s plenty of good gallopers taking to the Geelong track to end the weekend so let’s take a look at which horses you should be backing.

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Race 1 – Maiden Plate (2200m)

Mr Integrity looks ready to win. After missing out by less than a length on January 16 we believe it is only a matter of time before it finally breaks though. Sunday should be the day.

Race 1 tip: Mr Integrity to win at Crownbet

Race 2 – Maiden (1700m)

Uninterrupted is back in maiden class after just missing out at benchmark 58 at Geelong on January 4 and will be hard to beat back among the no win brigade. Uninterrupted looks to be one of the better bets of the day.

Race 2 tip: Uninterrupted to win at Neds

Race 3 – Class 1 Handicap (1700m)

Howling Wolf won at Healesville by a massive margin, and while the company will be significantly better here, it looks likely to go on with the job. The horse has not won in eight attempts at Geelong but it looks ready to end that winless streak.

Race 3 tip: Howling Wolf to win at Neds

Race 4 – Maiden (1200m)

Spicer looks hardest to beat. The horse has placed in both its attempts on the competitive race track and it gets the right race against a field that has yet to set the world on fire.

Race 4 tip: Spicer to win at William Hill

Race 5 – Benchmark 64 (1500m)

Foxlago gets an ideal gate to remain undefeated. The Foxwedge filly was great on debut and looks to be well placed to continue the good form.

Race 5 tip: Foxlago to win at William Hill

Race 6 – Benchmark 67 (1000m)

Bolek will look to lead from barrier nine and give the field something to chase down. The horse was brilliant at Mornington to break the maiden last-start and we think it’ll go back-to-back in this one.

Race 6 tip: Bolek to win at Crownbet

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Race 7 – Benchmark 58 (1200m)

Uncanny Effort is second-up on Sunday, where it has previously placed three times in the past. Upon resumption it missed out by a whisker to Astro Miss on January 4 and looked poised to run on from there.

Race 7 tip: Uncanny Effort to win at Crownbet

Race 8 – Benchmark 64 (1100m)

The Consigliere will look to take advantage of the good draw and win this from the front. The horse has been down on form recently but we have a high opinion of the galloper.

Race 8 tip: The Consigliere to win at Ladbrokes