Sandown twilight racing tips for Wendesday, December 12

TWILIGHT racing continues at Sandown this Wednesday as the Melbourne track hosts a solid eight race card.

The team at Horse Betting has taken a look at the full card and delivered the betting strategy for the entire event. Let’s take a look at who they are favouring.

*All odds were provided by our trusted online bookmakers and were correct at the time of publication

Race 1 – Maiden Plate (1300m)

Numoor resumes after almost half a year away from the track and looks a great winning hope.

In her debut the Lindsay Park filly wasn’t far off winning at Geelong and has recently trailed well, winning at Benalla. It might take some luck from barrier 10 but Numoor looks a strong chance to break through at the second time of asking.

Numoor is at $4.20 to win at online bookmaker Ladbrokes

Race 2 – Maiden Plate (1400m)

Three-year-old Maslow put together his most impressive start to date to kick off this preparation, recording a second placing at Seymour. The son of Lonhro should be able to contest the lead here without too many troubles and with Damien Oliver in the saddle we’re expecting a strong second-up showing.

Maslow is $5 to win at online bookmaker Sportsbet

Race 3 – BM70 (1400m)

Write Your Name looks to be the best bet of the twilight card.

From three career starts the horse has two wins and the one failure was a second placed finish where not a lot went right. Write Your Name should do this one in a canter.

Write Your Name is at $1.55 via online bookmaker BetEasy

Race 4 – BM64 (1500m)

King Kabuto was decent when resuming, finishing fourth at Kilmore.

The horse comes back to the race track looking to replicate the form that saw it register a second-up success at Sale earlier in the year. Zou York looks to be the biggest danger but we feel King Kabuto is the best runner in what looms as a two horse battle.

King Kabuto is at $3.20 with online bookmaker BetEasy

Race 5 – BM64 (1000m)

Shaquiana comes into this race looking to go back-to-back after a winning debut.

The horse gets the claiming Lachie King on board and looks a strong hope to win second up. From an inside gate she should lob into a nice position and looks a good chance in a field where nothing truly stands out.

Shaquiana is at $7 to win via our trusted online bookmakers

Race 6 – BM70 (1000m)

Miss Norway resumes looking to maintain a a terrific first-up record.

The mare’s first-up record has her winning two from three when fresh and with Michael Poy claiming 3kg she should be right in the frame in what appears to be a winnable affair.

Miss Norway is at $4.50 to win via online bookmakers

Race 7 – BM70 (1800m)

Everything points towards a strong showing from last-start winner Friedensberg.

Winning on a dry Sandown track on that occasion, the horse steps up in journey for the first time, but we believe the extension shouldn’t be too much of a factor for the Tony McEvoy-trained son of High Chaparral.

Friedensberg should give a great sight in the penultimate.

Friedensberg is at $2.60 with online bookmaker Ladbrokes

Race 8 – BM64 (2400m)

Bringit has improved with every run, culminating in a second placing on a wet track at the ‘Bool. All the horse’s wins have come on a dry track however which boosts our confidence immensely. From a good gate and with the talented Ethan Brown aboard Bringit should do exactly that in the last.

Bringit is at $4.40 via Ladbrokes