SANDOWN is racing this Wednesday and punters have a strong eight race card to invest on.
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Race 1 – Maiden Plate (1300m)
Duality wasn’t that far off winning on debut on April 29 and we think it can bounce back straight away here. Despite getting a wide draw the Waterhouse and Bott should figure heavily here.
Race 1 tip: Duality to win ($2.70 at Sportsbet)
Race 2 – Ladbrokes Odds Boost Exotics (1000m)
Kobe Princess improved from the first start to its follow up, finishing third and then second at Werribee and Kyneton. With Craig Williams on board we’re expecting the filly to be right in the frame.
Race 2 tip: Kobe Princess to win ($7.50 at Neds)
Race 3 – Benchmark 78 (1000m)
Bonne Sensation is seeking a hat-trick and is going to be hard to hold out. The horse jumps in grading here but it has delivered at BM64 on two-straight occasions.
Race 3 tip: Bonne Sensation to win ($7.50 at Sportsbet)
Race 4 – Benchmark 64 (2400m)
The Hun is looking to back up its strong maiden win. The promising galloper delivered a great win at Geelong and the gelding is one to watch going forward.
Race 4 tip: The Hun to win ($9.50 at Sportsbet)
Race 5 – Benchmark 70 (1400m)
Fifty Stars is undefeated across its two career starts and the hat-trick beckons. The horse won back-to-back events by one and a half lengths and we’re backing it to continue the winning ways.
Race 5 tip: Fifty Stars to win ($2.30 at William Hill)
Race 6 – Benchmark 78 (1400m)
A claim will help Hectopascal here. The Weir runner put together an ordinary run last start on April 18, but before that the galloper had won and claimed second in the previous two starts, both at a similar grading to this.
Race 6 tip: Hectopascal to win ($9 at Neds)
Race 7 – Benchmark 70 (1400m)
Think Babe is third up and we’re backing it to register another win from three attempts. The horse has placed in both runs this campaign and it should be fit and firing coming into this one.
Race 7 tip: Think Babe to win ($2.90 at William Hill)
Race 8 – Benchmark 64 (1800m)
Big Bad Baz comes into this one fresh off a maiden win and ready to go. Despite drawing barrier 10 we think the gelding can overcome the wider draw and be a factor in a tough race to see out the day.
Race 8 tip: Big Bad Baz to win ($12 at Sportsbet)