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Seymour Betting Tips for September 17, 2023 - Eagle to stay unbeaten

Last updated: 16 Sep 2023
Martin Pennington 16 Sep 2023
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  • Get our tips and best bets for the Seymour Races
  • They host Sunday's Victoria meeting. 
  • The track is currently a Soft 5
  • Our September 17 preview is included below 
Seymour Betting Tips
Seymour host an eight race card on Sunday. (Getty)

Seymour hosts an eight-race program on September 17 and our free betting tips and best bets are available.
  • Seymour Tips September 17
  • Trawool Estate Handicap Tips (Race 3)
  • Seymour Show Oct 6th & 7th Handicap Tips (Race 6)
  • Annabelle Cleeland MP for Euroa Handicap Tips (Race 7)
  • Ray White Seymour Handicap Tips (Race 8)

Our Seymour best bets are provided by expert form analysts and tipsters, and a preview of Sunday's racing is below.

Seymour Tips September 17

Trawool Estate Handicap Tips (Race 3)

Seymour Best Bet – Race 3 No. 5 Little Eagle

The four-year-old filly takes the eye here having made just the one start as a three-year-old when delivering a near three-length success in a 1300m maiden at Wangaratta in December.

The pick was spelled following that effort and made her only subsequent start in a Benchmark 58 handicap over 1204m at Donald at the end of last month. That run saw the filly maintain her unbeaten record, winning by a neck on a soft 5 surface.

While that form has yet to be truly tested the selection remains open to improvement and it’s of note that connections head here in preference to metro options at Sandown Hillside.

Billy Egan, on board for both previous victories, is again in the saddle and he looks capable of steering the Patrick Payne-trained filly to a third consecutive success. 

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Seymour Show Oct 6th & 7th Handicap Tips (Race 6)

Seymour Value Bet – Race 6 No. 1 Easy Road

Trained by Craig Weeding the gelding has been in good form so far this season winning once and placing second twice from his three starts.

The selection appeared to appreciate the drop to this Benchmark 64 level when runner-up in a 2100m contest on the synthetic track at Ballarat early last month.

The seven-year-old duly went one better returning to turf when putting over four-and-a-half-lengths between himself and his rivals over 2000m at Bordertown nine days later.

A return to synthetics followed with the pick beaten less than a length over 2200m in a Benchmark 70 event at Pakenham and the return to Benchmark 64 racing is a positive here.

Apprentice Luke Cartwright takes a useful four kilograms off the top-weight's back and the pick looks value to salute from barrier five. 

Annabelle Cleeland MP for Euroa Handicap Tips (Race 7)

Seymour Next Best – Race 7 No. 11 Corner Off

The filly showed solid form when placing second in a 1200m Benchmark 64 contest on a wet track at Ballarat in May and the selection subsequently re-joined the Archie Alexander stable, for whom she’d shown winning form on the synthetic track at Ballarat back in October of last year.

The pick went on to perform well in metro company last season including when runner-up over 1200m on a wet track at Sandown Lakeside last November. 

The daughter of Toronado returns from a spell here but that should be no issue with the pick having performed well when winning and placing first-up in the past and the four-year-old should be sharp for her return to action following a couple of barrier trials including at Cranbourne earlier this month.

Jockey Declan Bates’ mount has a good alley here and looks up to saluting on her return to action.  

Ray White Seymour Handicap Tips (Race 8)

Seymour Roughie – Race 8 No. 15 Hillcrest Moses

Trained by Matt Laurie, a wide alley would ordinarily be a negative. However, given the way the pick was ridden last time out, that should prove no issue here. 

That effort saw the gelding beaten a neck in a 1204m Benchmark 58 handicap held on a wet track at Donald at the end of last month.

The gelding had been off the track for over four months before that effort and appeared to appreciate the removal of the blinkers worn at Bendigo in April.

With a number of these expected to want to race prominently, the pick should have the race run to suit with the contest likely to be set up for a closer and having shown a liking for this track in the past, he may prove capable of delivering a victory under Zac Spain.  

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