Australian Horse Racing Tips – 5 May 2020

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With another exciting week of racing from all across Australia, Tuesday morning promises to offer a string of eye-catching meetings from the likes of Hawkesbury, Bundaberg, Rockhampton, and Warrnambool.

On that note, for those of you are looking to put on a midweek flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of noteworthy tips that are certainly worth keeping an eye out for on Tuesday morning.


Betting Tip: BLUEANT win – 2/1 @ Paddy Power

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

07:40 AM – Hawkesbury – Race 8

For our opening Tip of the Day, we take a look at the Hawkesbury Sport and Spine Class 1 meeting on Tuesday morning.

In what is a favourable line-up in New South Wales, there is no doubt that standout three-year-old BLUEANT should be looking to build off of a standout performance at Nowra a fortnight ago. Leading from the outset, trainer Clare Cunnigham saw her gelding claim the victory over REBEL BRO by almost three lengths and is being billed as a future star.

Bursting onto the scene with a trio of consecutive victories in open trials at Doomben, Warwick Farm and his last appearance at Hawkesbury, he has now managed to score at least a place finish in each of his three starts this year. With late money expected to come in, we’re backing another dominant display from BLUEANT on Tuesday morning.


Betting Tip: ROBBIE’S STAR top-three finish – 1/1 @ William Hill

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

07:30 AM – Warrnambool – Race 8

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to the Galleywood Hurdle 3200m at Warrnambool.

While Runaway (17/20 with Coral) might open Tuesday’s meeting as a landslide favourite with the bookmakers, ROBBIE’S STAR should be confident of extending on a recent purple patch. Putting in another eye-catching display at Pakenham Park in the MJ Bourke Hurdle a fortnight ago, the eight-year-old ran ANCIENT KING a close second and Peter Chow’s gelding is worth keeping an eye out for at Warrnambool.

Securing back-to-back place finishes, ROBBIE’S STAR also impressed in his previous start at Tuesday’s course. Securing victory in convincing fashion at Warrnambool over 3200m last year, the Chow stable will be hoping to cause a shock upset in midweek.


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