SYDNEY is racing this Wednesday and Warwick Farm plays host to the seven race card.
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Race 1 – Maiden Handicap (1400m)
Cormac wasn’t far away from breaking through at Wyong at the beginning of the month and we believe it has enough to get the job done in a weak event. The horse has placed in three of his five career starts.
Race 1 tip: Cormac to win ($1.85 at Sportsbet)
Race 2 – Open Handicap (1400m)
In his debut, Mickey Blue Eyes was only two parts of a length away from a first-start win. The Lindsay Park runner showed plenty on that day and we’re backing it to breakthrough at the second time of asking.
Race 2 tip: Mickey Blue Eyes to win ($3.90 at Neds)
Race 3 – Benchmark 75 (2130m)
Tinkermosa has James McDonald on board keen to get his name back in the lights. The horse won well at Wagga last time out and we’re backing it to be around the mark here.
Race 3 tip: Tinkermosa to win ($6 at Sportsbet)
Race 4 – Benchmark 70 (1600m)
Tunero won its maiden stylishly last time out and the Waller runner will be hard to beat backing that up. The horse is third-up and should be super fit coming into its toughest test to date.
Race 4 tip: Tunero to win ($9.50 at Sportsbet)
Race 5 – Benchmark 80 (1600m)
Hallelujah Boy was good last start at a slightly higher grade and we’re backing it to deliver another strong run. The five-year-old gets to the right race here to add a third win to its 20 career starts.
Race 5 tip: Hallelujah Boy to win ($3.70 at William Hill)
Race 6 – Benchmark 75 (1200m)
Medovina resumed in brilliant fashion at Kembla Grange, winning by just under half a length at Class 1 level. The Godolphin runner is a great prospect and should be too hot for this lot.
Race 6 tip: Medovina to win ($3.90 at Neds)
Race 7 – Benchmark 74 (1200m)
General Artie has been in great form recently, winning at Scone before only narrowly missing out at Randwick by a nose. From a nice draw the gelding will be right in the mix.
Race 7 tip: General Artie to win ($6.50 at William Hill)