Flemington Horse racing day – 6th July – full preview with betting tips

In the world full of adrenaline and lack of time, it is proven that horse racing is one of the best ways to have fun and hopefully earn some money. Races aren’t too long and turnaround time is quick. There are usually 5-10 races per race day so it can be a great way to spend some quality time. If you’re going to be betting on the horse racing at any point then it’s worth getting a second opinion on horses in each race. By looking at tips for horse racing betting you can ensure you’re picking the horse with the best chance possible. In this article, we are going to analyze some of the top races from Flemington Horse racing day.

Race 1:

This race is 2nd shortest race of the day with the length of 1400 meters. During this minute and a half long race, there are usually many overtaking, making this format of racing very exciting. It is very important to time your horse sprint at the right time. Experience of the jockey is extremely important when we talk about that. With that in mind, our pick for the first place is Organza, with its jockey Damien Oliver. This 47 years old jockey is an extremely experienced jockey, but at the same time, he is not too old to make great results. It is not a coincidence that odds for their victory is only 1/1. Another interesting pick for this race is can be Ms. Nikita Beriman and her horse El Questro. It is always interesting to see female jockey in primarily man race, and what a result would be for her to win it.

Top pick: Organza / Damien Oliver to win  1/1 (2.00) [Bet365]

El Questro / Ms. Nikita Beriman to win 4/1 (5.00) [Bet365]

El Questro / Ms. Nikita Beriman to finish in top 3 4/6 (1.66) [Bet365]

Race 4: 

The longest race of the day is race number 4. 2600 meters long race. In this race we have a very interesting situation, there are 5 horses given decent odds for the win 2/1-6/1 odds and 5 horses who are counted as outsiders 20/1-100/1 odds. The biggest favorite to win the race is “Future Score” with its jockey Craig Williams with the odds of 2/1. Just like in the race number one, we are going to pick the most experienced jockey at the starting lineup to pick up the win. Damien Oliver is according to the bookie’s favorite number 3, with the odds of 4/1, but his experience could be the key in making the most from his horse “Chouxting The Mob”.

Top pick:

Chouxting The Mob / Damien Oliver to win 4/1 (5.00) [Bet365]

Future Score / Craig Williams to win 2/1 (3.00) [Bet365]

Future Score / Craig Williams to finish in top 3 1/2 (1.50) [Bet365]

Race 9:

“Save the last dance for me” – Just like in the popular movie, the sweetest part comes at the end. This 1600 meters long race of 3 years old horses is going to be the culmination of the race day. In this handicap race with the added weights to maximize the equalizes, our favorite for the victory is “Sure Knee” ridden by Craig William. When we see up to date statistics for Sure Knee in the 2019th, it is not very hard to decide which horse to pick. Sure Knee won every third race this year, and on 2 finished at the 2nd place. An incredible percentage of 50% finishing at the stage speaks for itself.

Sure Knee / Craig Williams to win 2/1 (3.00) [Bet365]

Sure Knee / Craig Williams to finish in top 3 1/3 (1.33) [Bet365]

Good luck and enjoy the races!