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Wellington Betting Tips, Best Bets & Odds for March 28

  • Get our tips and best bets for the Wellington Races in New South Wales
  • The $200,000 Wellington Boot and $100,000 Wellington feature on the March 28 meeting
  • The track is currently in the Soft 6 range but no further rain is predicted
  • Our preview for Sunday can be found below
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The $200,000 Wellington Boot headlines a big Country NSW card on Sunday. (Getty)
Alex Marsh 27 Mar 2021
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Get free Wellington tips, race previews and betting selections for all key meetings from the Wellington Races in New South Wales.

Our Wellington best bets are provided by expert form analysts and tipsters, with free betting tips available right here.

Wellington Tips March 28


Wellington Value Bet - Race 4 No. 1 Banju

Having not missed a top three finish from eight career starts to date, this gelding has been very genuine and got a much deserved Maiden win first-up at Quirindi over 1200m, defeating Acclerant who then went on to place in a Provincial race as an even money favourite.

The time for that Maiden stacked up well on the clock for that February 19 meeting, going nearly three lengths faster than the Class 2 on that card and Banju was honest second-up in a race set for those off the speed, boxing on well for second behind the in-form Miss Mayfield.

He does drop back to 1100m, but there's a good fitness base now off two fast run events and from a better draw, maps for a lovely sit just in behind good speed where he can then pounce late under Billy Cray.


Wellington Best Bet - Race 7 No. 1 Bourbon Flyer

Avoiding the smart Sydney juveniles and aiming for the $200,000 Wellington Boot looks really good placement by trainer John Thompson who puts the blinkers on the son of Flying Artie for the first time.

Tradesman-man like was the best way to describe the debut victory of Bourbon Flyer, who pulled away late on a Soft 7 surface via the Randwick-Kensington and defeated Trifaccia in the process, who looks a very handy Godolphin filly and one that should've won a Group Two at her next start.

While he just knocked up a little late in the Group Three Black Opal Stakes, the beaten margin wasn't far and finding ideally a Soft 5-6 surface (currently a Soft 6), a drop to 1100m is also an advantage from a low draw.


Wellington Next Best Bet - Race 8 No. 8 What The Fuss

No world beater but just so honest is this son of Epaulette, a five-year-old that hasn't finished outside the top two in his last five attempts and on Sunday returns to a track that he has a good record on, with two wins (both at this trip) and a second at Wellington from four attempts.

The little freshen-up might just be the key for What The Fuss who contested his last three outings in Brisbane, finding one better each time albeit they were on Saturday meetings and prior to that trip north, had won two races in a row on the Country NSW circuit, both by big margins.

This gelding handles any conditions while drawing well in five here for jockey Anthony Cavallo, who was aboard for those wins in January, there's no reason why he can't be right in the finish again as the in-form runner in this rather competitive line-up.

For more free betting tips, visit our tipping hub, or see the best bookmakers for betting on the Wellington races here

Wellington Races FAQs

Can I watch a live stream of the Wellington Races?

Yes you can livestream all of the action from the Wellington Races. 

You can find more information in our live streaming section.

When do the Wellington races take place?

Wellington has 14 meetings per year.

These are country meetings with the feature Wellington Boot being run in late March.

Where can I bet on the Wellington Races?

To place a bet on the Wellington races you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker. 

Generally corporate bookies provide betting markets a day or two prior to a meeting at Wellington.



Bourbon Flyer (Race 7) and What The Fuss (Race 8) will run as our best bets on the March 28 meeting from Wellington.

Banju makes some each-way appeal in Race 4.

Best Bet: Bourbon Flyer To Win @220.00 at BetMGM - 5 Units
Next Best Bet: What The Fuss To Win @320.00 at Caesars (Sport) - 4 Units
Value Bet: Banju Each Way @600.00 at PlaySugarhouse Sport - 1 Unit

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