Get free Hawkesbury tips and betting selections for all key meetings from the Hawkesbury Races in New South Wales.
INDEPENDENT LIQUOR GROUP 2YO MAIDEN HANDICAP Tips (Race 3)
Hawkesbury Value Bet - Race 3 No. 5 On Bail
Racing in the famous black and white checks and yellow sleeves (Think Big Stud) is this gelding who looked as though he needed a trip based off his two trials ahead of the June 5 debut at Newcastle over 1200m.
By Turn Me Loose and out of a Reset mare, the breeding certainly supports On Bail getting over longer distances, however, he was very competitive in that initial race day assignment where he didn't have a whole lot of luck.
After being tardy away from the barriers and riding for luck in the straight, the two-year-old was forced to change course back towards the inside and without really balancing up, wasn't far off the top three with that runner-up Higgins a subsequent winner.
LANDER TOYOTA PROV & CTRY MAIDEN HANDICAP Tips (Race 4)
Hawkesbury Best Bet - Race 4 No. 3 Sniper Legend
While the form hasn't exactly stacked up from his debut event at Wyong on January, this event looks even weaker and returning now as a gelding, he's found a very winnable assignment here on his home track.
A $550,000 purchase at the 2020 Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale, Sniper Legend was hard to miss in that leader dominated race over 1000m as the only runner making any impression out wide behind the speedy Delexo.
The son of Capitalist has had two trials in Sydney leading into this resumption, working as well as Ranch Hand, Deficit and Kalino via a strong heat prior to his third at Randwick on May 28 which was in slick time for the class.
XXXX GOLD BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP Tips (Race 6)
Hawkesbury Next Best Bet - Race 6 No. 3 Lord Zoulander
Although this galloper doesn't exactly win out of turn, he has a good record at Hawkesbury and staying in 64 grade, but plummeting in the weights after the 3kg Dylan Gibbons claim, this gelding looks very well placed on Tuesday.
Albeit it was over 1000m, Lord Zoulander's last victory came on this circuit and at this benchmark last July with 61kg before an honest fifth-place finish in a BM78 in town, where he was within three lengths of the winner.
The query is the 1300m, however, nearing in on a peak now after three runs this campaign and making ground with 60.5kg over 1200m third-up, he'll get the chance to run the trip out with that platform in what is thinnest race he's seen in some time.