Get a Preview of Graeme Carey’s Tips and Best Bets for Sunday’s Sunshine Coast Races

Get a Preview of Graeme Carey’s Tips and Best Bets for Sunday’s Sunshine Coast Races
Get a Preview of Graeme Carey’s Tips and Best Bets for Sunday’s Sunshine Coast Races

The Final Meeting of the Year at Sunshine Coast

The final meeting of the year at Sunshine Coast is approaching, but there is a threat of thunderstorms that could disrupt the event. Despite the potential havoc, the big track gives all the horses a fair chance, especially with the rail out five metres. In this article, we will rely on recent form to predict the winners of some key races.

Best Bet: Slippin’ Jimmy (Race 4 No 6)

Our best bet for the day is Slippin’ Jimmy in Race 4, Number 6. Slippin’ Jimmy has shown great form in his previous outings and is expected to perform well in this race.

Next Best: Jukebox in Siberia (Race 8 No 7)

Our next best bet is Jukebox in Siberia in Race 8, Number 7. Jukebox in Siberia has the potential to deliver a strong performance and secure a victory in this race.

Value Bet: Jukebox Glow (Race 7 No 5)

If you’re looking for a value bet, consider Jukebox Glow in Race 7, Number 5. Jukebox Glow may not be the favorite, but it has the potential to surprise and provide a good return on your investment.

Quaddie

If you’re interested in placing a quaddie bet, here are our recommended combinations:

Race 5: 5,8,9,10

Race 6: 3,4,6,8

Race 7: 5,6,8

Race 8: 1,7

Total combinations: 96

Race 1 – Maiden Plate 2200m

In the first race, we have a collection of one-pacers, but the horse with the most potential is Autumn Show (3). Autumn Show has shown encouraging efforts in its previous outings and has a good chance of finishing in the money.

Pleadeel (6) has less convictions than most and was making ground in its last start. With a drop in weight and the addition of winkers, Pleadeel can round up the field with jockey Michael Hellyer.

How You Been Anyway (1) is bred to stay and will benefit from the longer trip. While lacking sprinting ability, How You Been Anyway will keep fighting until the end.

Better Believe It (5) has been consistent with fourth-place finishes in its past four outings. With a favorable gate position, Better Believe It has a good chance of securing a place in this small field.

Verdict – Autumn Show (3) is our top pick for this race.

Race 2 – Three-Year-Old Benchmark 65 Handicap 1000m

In the second race, Defiant Spirit (1) stands out as the class horse. Returning from Saturday grade to its home track, Defiant Spirit has a great opportunity to secure its first win this preparation.

Kesalul (2) won its last start here and has returned in good form. With a 2kg claim from jockey Jasper Franklin, Kesalul will have a favorable run and can continue its winning streak.

Jenchick Boom (5) impressed on debut at Toowoomba and has speed on its side. Despite the wide gate, Jenchick Boom can overcome the challenge with jockey Angela Jones.

Butt Heads (3) has shown promise since its debut win. With previous jumpouts under its belt, Butt Heads will make its presence felt in this race.

Verdict – Defiant Spirit (1) is our top pick for this race.

Race 3 – Benchmark 60 Handicap 1000m

In Race 3, most of the horses find it hard to secure a win. However, Adalie (8) stands out as the horse with the least convictions. With a previous win at this track and a dominant trial win, Adalie has the class to come out on top.

Our Red Planet (4) has shown promise and just missed the placings in its last start. With jockey Cejay Graham staying on board, Our Red Planet has a good chance of finishing in the money again.

Most Dazzling (1) brings good form from Toowoomba, winning comfortably in its last start. Despite carrying more weight than its competitors, Most Dazzling has the advantage of a good gate position and can perform well throughout the race.

It’s Hells Bells (12) was hindered by a wide gate in its last start at Kilcoy. However, with a previous close finish over this trip and jockey Mark du Plessis, It’s Hells Bells will have every chance to succeed.

Verdict – Adalie (8) is our top pick for this race.

Race 4 – Three-Year-Old Colts and Geldings Maiden Handicap 1200m

In Race 4, Slippin’ Jimmy (6) has shown great potential in its two previous outings. Despite a poor draw, jockey Jasper Franklin’s 2kg claim will give Slippin’ Jimmy an advantage in this race.

Datinka (2) is resuming after showing promise in its debut and racing out of grade. With one trial under its belt, Datinka can perform well fresh with jockey Cejay Graham.

Pivotal Lad (4) has had several trials and trainer Tony Gollan doesn’t bring horses here for practice. With jockey Jim Orman and a favorable gate position, Pivotal Lad will have every chance to succeed.

Bean Shameless (10) may have found its limit at 1400m in its last start. However, with a close finish in a moderate Maiden at Ipswich two starts back and returning to its home track, Bean Shameless can perform well with jockey Ryan Wiggins.

Verdict – Slippin’ Jimmy (6) is our top pick for this race.

Race 5 – 0-58 Handicap 1800m

Race 5 is another challenging race, but Sheza Sniper (5) has been consistent in recent outings. With senior rider Robbie Dolan on board, Sheza Sniper has a good chance of making a difference in this race.

Willnotquit (9) has been racing in stronger company and has narrowly missed the placings in recent outings. With both wins at this track and a previous victory at this trip, Willnotquit will have a good chance with jockey Mark du Plessis.

Toni Too (8) has been competitive in similar company in its past three outings here. With a previous win over Sheza Sniper (5), Toni Too will be in the mix once again.

Prospettiva (10) has consistently placed in its previous starts this preparation. With a positive record and jockey Angela Jones, Prospettiva can perform well in this race.

Verdict – Sheza Sniper (5) is our top pick for this race.

Race 6 – Three-Year-Old Fillies Maiden Handicap 1200m

In Race 6, Shot Out (3) has the advantage of experience with four placings in five outings. Despite being hindered by the outside gate in its last start, Shot Out is better drawn this time and with a 2kg claim from jockey Jasper Franklin, there will be no excuses.

Jealous (6) won a recent trial and is bred for speed. With the addition of winkers and a good gate position, Jealous will have all the advantages in this race.

Aerial Dancer (4) has shown promise in its trials and with jockey Ben Thompson, it will have every chance to perform well.

Shenzhen Princess (8) may have drawn a wide gate, but it looked sharp in its trial. With potential scratchings, Shenzhen Princess could surprise with strong support from punters.

Verdict – Shot Out (3) is our top pick for this race.

Race 7 – Class 1 Handicap 1200m

In Race 7, Jukebox Glow (5) has shown improvement in its previous two outings. Despite finding it hard to win last preparation, Jukebox Glow has come back well and is expected to secure a victory in this race.

Allow Me (8) has shown promise and made ground in its last start over 1000m. With an increase in trip, Allow Me has upside and will run on strongly with jockey Mark du Plessis.

Snow Boum (6) finished on terms with Jukebox Glow (5) in its last outing. With a better gate position, Snow Boum can improve on its fourth-place finishes.

Secret Statement (3) is backing up quickly after a disappointing performance at Doomben. With a soft track and returning to its home ground, Secret Statement can bounce back and make an impact.

Verdict – Jukebox Glow (5) is our top pick for this race.

Race 8 – Benchmark 58 Handicap 1400m

Our final race of the day features Jukebox in Siberia (7), a horse with great potential. Despite a wide draw, Jukebox in Siberia performed well when resuming at the Gold Coast. With the advantage of the big track and jockey Jag Guthmann-Chester, Jukebox in Siberia can round up the field and secure a victory.

Mister Hemsworth (1) is improving with each race since joining trainer Jack Bruce. Despite concerns about synthetic hoof filler, jockey Jim Orman will know how to handle the horse and give it every chance to succeed.

Yamunza (11) has shown improvement and made ground in its last start. With a positive ride from a good gate, Yamunza can make its presence felt in this race.

Parisian Lady (13) won at Rockhampton three starts back and has been competitive in similar class races since then. With this trip suiting its abilities, Parisian Lady is capable of surprising the field.

Verdict – Jukebox in Siberia (7) is our top pick for this race.

Author’s Quote

“The final meeting of the year at Sunshine Coast promises to be an exciting event, despite the threat of thunderstorms. With some strong contenders in each race, it’s a great opportunity for racing enthusiasts to enjoy a thrilling day at the track.”

Author’s Conclusion

The final meeting of the year at Sunshine Coast is set to be a memorable one. With competitive races and strong contenders, there is plenty of excitement in store for racing enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for a best bet, a value bet, or a quaddie combination, there are plenty of options to choose from. So, grab your form guide and get ready for a thrilling day of racing at Sunshine Coast!

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