Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | December 4, 2022

Horse Racing on Sunday, December 4 will feature eight meetings in Australia. Our racing analysts here at horsebetting.com.au have found you the top bets and the quaddie numbers for the meetings at Alice Springs, Hawkesbury, Sha Tin (HK) & Werribee. Sunday Racing Tips – December 4, 2022 Alice Springs Racing Tips Hawkesbury Racing Tips Sha Tin Racing Tips Werribee Racing Tips As always there a plenty of promotions available for Australian racing fans, check out all the top online bookmakers to see what daily promotions they have. If you are…

Amelia’s Jewel wins Group 1 Northerly Stakes

Patrick Carbery salutes as Amelia’s Jewel claims the Group 1 Northerly Stakes. Photo: Western Racepix Tearful owner Peter Walsh said winning the Northerly Stakes was like “dying and going to Heaven” after a comprehensive one-length victory from Amelia’s Jewel at Ascot. The precocious three-year-old filly picked her way between Bustler and Searchin’ Roc’s on the straight under the expert guidance of Pat Carbery. 2022 Northerly Classic Replay https://horsebetting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/2022-Northerly-Stakes.mp4 And despite a fast finish from mighty Godolphin eight-year-old Cascadian, she was not headed over the 1800m journey from there. “I’ve waited…

Wagga races betting preview, tips & quaddie picks | 5/12/22

What Wagga Riverside Races Where Murrumbidgee Turf Club – Travers Street, Slocum St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 When Monday, December 5, 2022 First Race 1:55pm AEDT Visit Ladbrokes Racing heads to the Riverina to start the racing week with a seven-race program out of Wagga Wagga. We’re racing on the Riverside circuit with the rail in the true position for race-day and perfect forecast setting up for terrific conditions for Monday afternoon. The first race is scheduled to get underway at 1:55pm AEDT. Wagga Best Bet: Lumber Dream Our best…

Francis Lui looks to build on strong start as Golden Sixty readies for HKIR

Francis Lui is putting the finishing touches on Golden Sixty. In familiar territory with Golden Sixty as the champion galloper prepares for the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on December 11, Francis Lui is optimistic Superb Boy can provide positive stable momentum by winning the Class 3 Peninsula Golden Jubilee Challenge Cup Handicap (1000m) at Sha Tin on Sunday (December 4). Occupying third place in the Hong Kong trainers’ championship with 17 wins behind Frankie Lor (20 wins) and Tony Cruz (19), Lui has five runners…

Impendabelle proves too tough at Trentham

Michael McNab brings Impendabelle back to the Trentham birdcage. Photo: Race Images – Peter Rubery Despite a few moments of concern when placed in tight quarters at the top of the Trentham home straight, rugged filly Impendabelle maintained her unbeaten record with a dogged performance to win the Group 2 Wakefield Challenge Stakes (1100m). The Tony Pike-trained filly had been an impressive first up winner at the venue back in October and went in to her first black type challenge on Saturday as a warm +100 favourite. Her backers had…

Prise De Fer achieves Group One glory

Michael McNab salutes after his win aboard Prise De Fer. Photo: Race Images – Peter Rubery It has been a long time in the making but grand galloper Prise De Fer finally claimed his first elite level title when he took out the Group 1 Captain Cook Stakes (1600m) at Trentham. In a distinguished career that is littered with black type wins the seven-year-old son of Savabeel shed the bridesmaid tag he had been saddled with after five placings at Group One level, including a runner-up finish in the race…

Sacred Satono all class in Bonecrusher Stakes

Sacred Satono strikes a pose after his Pukekohe victory. Photo: Trish Dunell Progressive three-year-old Sacred Satono produced a winning effort that more than honoured the memory of the champion galloper that Saturday’s feature race at Pukekohe was named after when taking out the Group 3 Bonecrusher Stakes (1400m). The Bruce Wallace and Grant Cooksley-trained runner was all out at the 200m as he battled with eventual runner-up The Intimidator for the win but pulled out something extra to put his head in front where it mattered most to secure victory.…

Kissinger reigns supreme in Pakenham Cup

Kissinger (NZ) ridden by Damien Oliver wins the Pakenham Cup. (Scott Barbour/Racing Photos) When Kissinger was fifth at the 500m mark of the Pakenham Cup, there was no panic at all from the Lindsey Smith camp. Their seven-year-old had the great Damien Oliver on his back in the feature worth $300,000, and the two had already combined for two wins from the gelding’s past three starts. Oliver knew he was aboard a quality stayer, and heading into the turn for home in the 2500m race was when he made his…

Godolphin’s Camaguey claims Mudgee Cup

Trainer James Cummings has managed to claim his first Mudgee Cup. The road to the 2023 $2 million Big Dance is well under way with four of the 28 qualifying Country Cups having already been run around the state. Mudgee Race Club hosted the fourth of the eligible races on Friday with an enthusiastic sell-out crowd in attendance for the thriving Central West NSW town’s premier race day. The James Cummings-trained Camaguey claimed the hard-fought win in the $75,000 Mudgee Showcase Cup (1600m), edging out Royalzel ($61) by a nose…

Alice Springs racing tips & best value bets | Sunday 4/12/2022

What Alice Springs Races Where Pioneer Park Racecourse – Stuart Hwy, Connellan NT 0870 When Sunday, December 4, 2022 First Race 1:25pm ACST Visit Ladbrokes We are back at Pioneer Park this weekend for a six-part meeting kicking off at 1:25pm local time. HorseBetting’s NT racing expert brings you his top tips for Sunday’s action in Alice Springs. Race 1 (1.25pm) – $18,375 Ladbrokes Mates Mode Division 1 0-58 Handicap (1200m) Lisa hasn’t won since December last year when she made it back to back wins over 1100m (0-58), but…