With what promises to be another exciting midweek schedule of horse racing action from behind closed doors, Tuesday morning offers a string of noteworthy meetings from the likes of Kembla Grange, Rockhampton, Moe, and Port Macquarie.
On that note, for those of you who are looking to stick on a midweek flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for on Tuesday morning.
06:55 AM – Kembla Grange – Race 6
For our opening Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to Kembla Grange and the BM70 (1200m) meeting.
Putting in what was a rampant display at Tuesday’s course in his last start, BUDDEROO KNIGHT t will be glad to make a return to New South Wales this week. Claiming his second win in his last four starts, trainers Robert and Luke Price saw their eight-year-old claim the win over MICKS NEW CHICK by almost three and a half lengths in a BM70 meeting last month. With a reputation for enjoying his trips to Kembla, there is no doubt that the Price stable will be confident of causing an upset in midweek.
While NINDAMOS (9/4 with William Hill) might open Tuesday’s meeting as the favourite with the bookmakers, we’re backing BUDDEROO KNIGHT to extend on his 20%-win percentage at Kembla Grange.
07:30 AM – Moe – Race 9
For our second Tip of the Day, we take a look at the Fillies & Mare’s BM64 meeting at Moe.
Expected to appreciate a shorter distance on Tuesday morning (1619m), KEY TO THE MAK rightfully opens the Victoria meeting as a clear favourite with the bookmakers. Putting in another eye-catching display at Geelong in her last start, the five-year-old once again landed a place finish and is enjoying the brightest run of her career.
Along with picking up a victory at Geelong on a heavy track and beating LA CHEVALEE by a length, trainer Luke Oliver has now seen KEY TO THE MAK secure the win in two of her last four starts. In fact, only failing to secure at least a top-three finish in a single meeting this calendar year, we’re backing another successful morning for Oliver’s stable on Tuesday.