Sportsbet have got their markets out for racing this Saturday, and we have tried to find four runners that appears overs in betting.
Eagle Farm Race Four Number 5 Rexx ($11):
Ed O’Rourke has done a good job this time in with Rumberella and I think this gelding can measure up in what looks a relatively thin Highway. He has won his past two, both coming over 1700m at Grafton. What’s been interesting in both of those wins is that each time, he has been a significant drifter in betting, so watch the market with him and see what it does.
Eagle Farm Race Six Number 10 Sunday Yum Cha ($9.00):
This girl is on debut for the Maher/Eustace camp. Now in the form guide it will say just one soft trial, but she has had a jumpout as well prior to the Rosehill trial behind the well performed stablemate Fake Love. That came a couple of weeks prior at Sandown where she was on speed and looked to go about her business very nicely. Think she can make a winning debut here.
Eagle Farm Race Seven Number 9 Akasaki ($31):
Can make a good case here for Akasaki at odds. He’s been an absolute tripper for Stephen Jones and usually runs well at this level. Luckless around this time last year at Kembla Grange and comes into this race off the back of a down the track in a strong open sprint at Warwick Farm won by Villami, a race which is riddled with subsequent Stakes form. Reads well for this.
Randwick Race Eight Number 8 Sambro ($21):
It’s interesting with Sambro. Is this a target race, or do they have eyes on the Magic Millions? Whatever the case, I’m with him here, because I thought he was a definite pass mark in the Festival. Just left flat footed when the sprint went on, but loved the way he picked up and closed off the final few strides. If you’re going back to last year, he finished down the track in the Festival before a 0.3L third in the Villiers. Given he ran so well fresh in the Festival, I think he’s on track.
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