Murray Bridge Preview & Best Bets – Sunday, March 26
Our form expert provides Murray Bridge tips for today’s horse racing at Murray Bridge Racecourse and gives his best bets.
Murray Bridge Tips 26/03/2023
BEST BET 🏆
Race 2 No. 10 RUNAWAY BELLE – ($2.60)
The fabled x42 system comes into play for Racingbase SA followers and Punter’s First Facebook members with RUNAWAY BELLE. The Stokes clan sent her over to South Australia following a down the track performance when racing first up in Stony Creek. The response from Runaway Belle to improve into her new surroundings was remarkable under Lachlan Neindorf. Punters warmed to the filly as start time approached with Neindorf giving them a treat behind the speed. He found clear galloping room on her upon straightening with Runaway Belle sprinting sharply. She ended-up being tipped out by one back to her inside can improve again third-up under stable jock Kayla Crowther.
NEXT BEST 🥈
Race 5 No. 5 YEELANNA – ($16)
Sam Burford is the new trainer for YEELANNA who has been passed around a bit. She hasn’t shown much of a first-up record on paper; however, Burford would have been buoyed by her recent jump out efforts. She has shown herself to be more forward than usual at this stage of her prep and may show up while fresh. There’s an abundance of pace and pressure as one would expect in a 900m Murray Bridge event. She can bounce to put herself behind that pressure for Sheriden Tomlinson who will be searching for clear running into the straight.
BEST VALUE 💰
Race 4 No. 1 MR FERRARI – ($31)
We’ll bate our breath at the start before looking for Jason Holder getting across and leading these on MR FERRARI. The horse does have a tendency to step slowly away from the machine which doesn’t help. He did step cleanly in a recent barrier trial at Bordertown with Anna Jordjso not harassing him early. She sent Mr Ferrari to the front once he’d found his feet in that first half a furlong or so before running out a comfortable winner. Bustled out of the gates when resuming over this trip at Edenhope. Mr Ferrari had to do some work to cross from the outside gate on the circular track. He remained in front for a long time before being run down late. Drawing wide at Gifford Hill won’t hold the same consequences as Mr Ferrari strips fitter again.