Taree tips & betting guide for Monday, February 12

TAREE headlines a two meet event in NSW on Monday and Horse Betting has the tips sorted for the event.

There’s plenty of runners we are looking forward to seeing run around on Monday, so let’s get stuck straight into the tips.

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Race 1 – Maiden (1000m)

Allez Rev has found its best form in the last four runs and will be the horse to beat in this event. The gelding has finished inside the placings in four-straight events and will be around the mark once again.

Race 1 tip: Allez Rev to win at Topbetta

Race 2 – Maiden Handicap (1250m)

Prontissimo is confronting the judge for the third time in its career on Monday and will be hard to hold out. The horse finished fourth on debut before finishing a neck away from winning on January 23 at this track. Prontissimo is the clear horse to beat.

Race 2 tip: Prontissimo to win at William Hill

Race 3 – Benchmark 58 (1250m)

Miss Redoble won its maiden in strong fashion last-time out at Port Macquarie and if it can maintain that standard it will be winning this event. There’s not a lot of form coming in from the other runners in the race so the filly looms as a strong back-to-back candidate.

Race 3 tip: Miss Redoable to win at Sportsbet

Race 4 – Benchmark 60 (1000m)

Merriwa gets a great gate in the fourth to maintain its consistent recent run. The horse has a win and two placings from its last three runs and from barrier four it will be hard to hold out once again.

Race 4 tip: Merriwa to win at William Hill

Race 5 – Benchmark 51 (1600m)

La Biere Choisie is sure to improve on Monday. After breaking the maiden the horse has gone on to finish fourth then third , the last of which was at BM60 level for fillies and mares. Jumps in weight here but is the class performer of the field.

Race 5 tip: La Biere Choisie to win at Topbetta

Race 6 – Maiden (1400m)

We’re forgiving Subtle Grey’s last-start dud at Wyong. Before that the horse finished within half a length of the winner at this track on January 15. The son of Murtajill shouldn’t be racing in maidens for too much longer.

Race 6 tip: Subtle Grey to win at Ladbrokes

Race 7 – Class 2 (1300m)

High Rush did the business on debut at maiden level and looks well placed to replicate that run. The filly gets a great gate, and in a field where nothing stands out, it can make progression here.

Race 7 tip: High Rush to win at Ladbrokes