Sunshine Coast Preview & Best Bets – Monday July 25

Free expert tips for Sunshine Coast horse racing today. Preview, best bets & predictions for Sunshine Coast Racecourse on Monday, July 25, 2022.

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


Sunshine Coast Tips 25/07/2022   


Race 1 No. 1 HATTUSA – ($2.25)  

Tiffani Brooker guided HATTUSA to back to back wins when she settled back of midfield at Ipswich. She’s brought the filly with a well-timed run to score over the 1200 metres for trainer Helen Page. Hattusa did have to fend off the late challenge of Honey Pot and she was more than up to task. Brooker was forced to go to work on Hattusa early as Page stepped her out to the 1350 metres. The early work told as the closers came, with Hattusa finishing some 4.5L off the winner Honey Pot. Worked home okay along the non-preferred inner section over six-furlongs last time out. Brad Pengelly take the mount as Hattusa comes back from city grade to face the seven furlongs for a second time.




Race 3 No. 3 PARKO – ($3.80)  

Small field to contest the third at Sunny Coast where PARKO goes around as a last-start winner. Urged along from Georgian Cartwright as Parko jumped well off the outside draw. The pair crossed to lead under riding before Parko gradually came back under Cartwright in a controlled tempo. The pair had all the favours from there with Parko clearing out with a comfortable victory over his benchmark 75 field. The beauty of this race is, he drops 4kgs for the win coming to an open-class race without the open-class depth.




Race 7 No. 5 PHILLY SPECIAL – ($7.50)   

Wide barrier draw reflects the price of PHILLY SPECIAL who has impressed in her short career to date. Given a few trials by the Toby & Trent Edmonds in readiness for return. Philly Special was a soft winner in the latest of which where she travelled comfortably on the pace throughout for Robbie Fradd. Given all the favours by Fradd as she settled midfield the fence over 1200 metres when resuming. He’s worked her into the clear to hit the front deep into the straight and collect the cash. Back half a furlong second-up here, would think Luke Dittman lets the speed go before winding her up the middle late.