Sale hosts an eight race program on December 20 and our free betting tips and best bets are available
Our Sale best bets are provided by expert form analysts and tipsters, and preview of Sunday's racing is below from Justin Darcy.
Sale Tips for December 20
Cabinet Connections Maiden Plate Tips (Race 3)
Sale Best Bet - Race 3 No. 11 Audacious Heart
This three-year-old Filly from the Freedman camp has been bursting to break the duck, and looks to have found the perfect opportunity to do so in this race.
Last start she was only just beaten in a city grade race at Sandown, where she looked the winner at the top of the straight but just could not reel in the winner who is running on Saturday.
From gate two, Jye McNeil has a long Sale straight to play with, so he will likely take a spot just on the leaders heels and peel out as they turn.
If she does not break through here, it may be time to tip her out and give her a break.
Lords Cleaning Service BM64 Handicap Tips (Race 6)
Sale Next Best Bet - Race 6 No. 1 Redwood Rising
I am very scared of Miss Five Hundred in this race, but I do feel Redwood Rising is the more consistent horse and handles the sting out of the ground better than the mare.
Two back, Redwood Rising was struggling to chase at Moe, before all of a sudden around the bend, Daniel Moor managed to weave a passage through the field and get the chocolates for the punters.
Last start, he was ridden forward and did not have the ping, so expect negative tactics, taking the step-up to 2226m.
If he has luck at the top of the straight, expect it to be a two horse war to the line.
John Elliman Real Estate BM64 Handicap Tips (Race 8)
Sale Value Bet - Race 8 No. 5 Shenanigan City
This horse has the ability, but just struggled last start at Pakenham over 1400m.
He has had a freshen-up for five week, now coming back to the sprint of 1106m, and to the track that he won at five runs ago.
It was a forget run at Moonee Valley two back, so judge him based on his Cranbourne second placing, where he went under at $1.85, but to a horse that loves Cranbourne sprints in Gibbon.
He is still learning what racing is all about, and now having been seasoned up this campaign, I am expecting him to run a big race now back at the races.
If he can find his form from three runs back, he is a single figure chance.