Gawler Preview & Best Bets – October 3

Free expert tips for Gawler horse racing today. Preview, best bets & predictions for Gawler Racecourse on Wednesday, 08 May, 2024 

Our form expert provides Gawler tips for today’s horse racing at Gawler Racecourse and gives his best bets.   


Gawler Tips 3/10/2022   


Race 5 No. 2 SAVILLE – ($3.50)

We backed SAVILLE to score back-to-back wins this prep. The latest being a last stride win in town at double figures over So You Can. That victory prompted us to write his name straight into the #SABlackbook. We haven’t found anything suitable to follow Saville in since, with the BM68 behind Taunting a little beyond him. Followed-up with an excellent run against the grain on Balaklava Cup Day with his latest effort. They were all winning from on top of the speed and close to the fence. Saville had been customarily slow to begin, before making his run as the widest runner. Finds a strong rating Class two race on a track which should suit his pattern of racing.



Race 8 No. 5 FIGHT FOR FREEDOM – ($7)

A favourite follow for Racingbase SA is the Bill Bogarts trained No. 5 FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. We missed him on Balaklava Cup Day as Bogarts sent him around over 1300 metres off a slight layoff. He was somewhat suited to racing later in the day when he could find his feet early. The leaders went lickety-split which helped his cause as Jason Holder picked his way clear into the straight. Fight For Freedom knuckled down to task inside the 100 metres to get up on the line. Racing in fine form and must be followed in a suitable event.



Race 4 No. 12 INKA DINKA – ($26)

Nicole Irwin seemed to have a set plan in mind, as she intended to send INKA DINKA around at Strathalbyn. She pulled the trigger on a gear change of winkers for that abandoned meeting to race on a quick back-up. Won’t be surprised if this eventuates in another change with a nose roll going on at some stage either. The slow pace on the Parks track saw Inka Dinka proving to be a handful early for Callan Murray. He raced far more tractable as the pair made their way clear into the straight. Still immature and awkward with his racing manners, Inka Dinka was okay to the line. We chose to write him up into the #SABlackbook with that Strathalbyn race in mind. Happy to follow here in a handy BM62 where Inka Dinka and Callan Murray can be in it for a long way.