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Midweek Racing Tips and Previews, Wednesday 24th March

The midweek preview and best bets from Sandown Lakeside and across Australia.

The midweek preview and best bets from Sandown Lakeside are in. 

The Wiz has gone through the card and highlighted the selections you want to be with come Wednesday afternoon on the punt. 

He’s even ventured over to Western Australia to find some a bet with the Sydney races being called off. 

Giddy up, punters!

sandown race 2

#4 Divina Calle

Divina Calle bombed the start at her debut run but rallied late to hit the line with purpose and finish fourth of the nine horse field. 

She was awkwardly into stride and settled about four lengths off the second last horse. 

Jacob Opperman, who rode the two-year-old filly from the Mark Kavanagh stable, had to bide his time and then hook out deep in the course to make his run in the straight. 

Stopping the leader and eventual winner six lengths, she did an awesome job to finish as close as she did. 

Jamie Kah takes the ride now and that should see her settle much closer to the speed. 

This also looks like a clear target race from the stable given her VOBIS Gold eligibility for extra prize money.

Nice each-way bet to start the day. 

Suggested Bet: Divina Calle each-way at $6.5 the win and $2.5 the place.


#9 Quietly Discreet

Quietly Discreet resumes having had two jump outs and an official trial in preparation for this 1200-metre BM-64 contest at Sandown. 

Luke Nolen rode her to victory in her second jump out at Pakenham and settled her outside the lead of what looked to be a solid speed. 

She was put under light riding in the last 300 metres of the 1000-metre jump out and drew clear to win by two lengths. 

The map in this race sees her settling in the lead or outside the lead as she did in the jump out and with the rail out to the nine-metre position combined with the predicted soft track, the pattern of the day should favour a horse with her racing pattern. 

We’re not just tipping Jamie Kah all day, even though she comes up as our jockey in the first two selections, but it is nice to have her on our side again

Looks the best of the day at Sandown. 

Suggested Bet: Quietly Discreet win at $2.8

Suggested Exotic: Trifecta – 9/ 3, 4, 11/ 3, 4, 6, 11

sandown race 5

#6 Bold Manner

Absolutely love what this three-year-old filly from the Archie Alexander yard did on her debut at Stawell. 

Declan Bates was positive from a wide-ish gate on the day and was forced to sit three-wide with no cover up on a generous lead speed. 

When he shook up the reigns after what would have been considered a tough run in transit, she let down sharply and surged away to win by one-and-a-half lengths. 

She is a New Zealand-bred filly by Pins and that should be a positive sign as to her ability to handling wet ground which we will likely get at Sandown. 

Would love to see her ridden just behind the leaders with a backside to follow into the straight, but if she jumps cleanly there is no reason why she cannot lead them up and run them ragged. 

Another bet where we can take an each-way price.

Suggested Bet: Bold Manner each-way at $6.5 the win and $2.4 the place

Suggested Exotic: Trifecta – 6, 7, 8/ 1, 6, 7, 8/ 1, 3, 6, 7, 8

Sandown Race 6

#10 Rippa Choice

Rippa Choice had been building up to a big run and produced his best effort for this current preparation with a barnstorming runner-up finish behind Sign Seal and Deliver at Sandown last week. 

He races on the seven-day backup here and his run last start was over 2100m at Sandown for the first time in his career and he seemed to thrive being pushed out in distance from his run over the mile on March 10. 

Michael Walker hops off and Craig Williams takes the saddle which is a sign of intent from the Sarah Zschoke stable. 

Hoping Williams can be much more positive from barrier eight than what Walker was last start. 

Again, another horse in the selections that we can back each-way. 

Suggested Bet: Rippa Choice each-way at $7 the win and $2.5 the place. 

Suggested Exotic: Boxed First Four – 2, 3, 4, 6, 10

Ascot Race 8

#5 Kaptain Kaos

Kaptain Kaos looks like a three-year-old gelding on the rise after his dominant first-up win last at Bunbury last start. 

Having yet to break his maiden in three career starts, Kaptain Kaos broke through for first career victory in impressive style after settling just off the pace and letting down with a sharp sprint to win by two lengths. 

Gun Western Australian hoop Chris Parnham retains the ride and he can muster up a nice position in the run just behind the leaders from barrier one. 

Look one of the better bets from a competitive Ascot card. 

Suggested Bet: Kaptain Kaos win at $2.7

Suggested Exotic: Quinella 2 & 5

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