Gawler Preview & Best Bets – November 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 3/11/2022   


Race 1 No. 4 OH SHOW – ($2.50)

The Grant Young trained galloper OH SHOW impressed at his most recent run which was over this track and trip on Gawler Cup Day. They weren’t really running on that day, yet Oh Show settled back off the good pace. He was trucking into it from a long way out with Ryan Hurdle slipping his some more rein as the field rounded for home. Oh Show ranged up outside of little Freedom Day while Portation bustled his way through along the inside. These three have gone to the line almost deadlocked with All Show missing the photo. This run followed the encouraging second-up effort at Gifford Hill and Oh Show may have improved further again.



Race 7 No. 4 PRINCE TIKEA – ($4)

The in-form Travis Doudle have snapped up the claim of No.1 draft pick Jade Hampson for their three-year-old PRINCE TIKEA. Hampson is well-familiar with the On Fire Racing Syndicate; She’s ridden many winners throughout the Northern Territory before making her way to Adelaide. Prince Tikea broke his maiden over this track and trip on a Soft surface two starts ago before having a crack in town. The handicapper here in SA sensibly only slugged the lightly raced commodity with two benchmark rating points for his placing in Listed grade. That race had fallen away to become a Class One, yet that form can hold for a race such as this.



Race 2 No. 3 MARDENE – ($8)

Trainer Bill Smart has accepted with MARDENE who would be racing on the quick back up from Melbourne Cup Day. He went to the mile second-up at Morphettville and settled in behind the speed set by Decibelles. Paul Gatt presented Mardene from the top of the straight only to find the determined leader fighting on strongly. Mardene peaked late on his effort as Zaratsu split the pair late for second. Should suspect that Dom Tourneur rolls forward from the outside draw and gets one to follow in Just Jazz. Mardene will be hard to hold out over the 1500 metres should he handle the short space between runs.