Latest Eagle Farm Tips

Eagle Farm Racecourse Info

Location 230 Lancaster Rd, Ascot, QLD 4007
Circumference 2027m
Width 28m
Length of Straight 434m
Direction Clockwise

About Our Eagle Farm Tipster

Steve Bennett is RacingBase’s resident form analyst for all Queensland meetings. Focusing on one state (QLD) gives Steve an edge when it comes to knowing the form of each and every runner going around in QLD. His Eagle Farm Tips generally include a Best Bet, Next Best and Best Value, and sometimes he will throw out an extra tip or two if something appeals. Steve and the rest of the RacingBase team used a comprehensive data subscription to provide them with information and statistics that aren’t available to the average punter due to the high cost of acquiring the information. We pass that information on to the punter in form of benchmark (BM) performance ratings which are calculated against historical data for each track, distance, conditions, wind speed and more.

Eagle Farm Group 1 Tips

Kingsford Smith Cup 1300m
Queensland Derby 2400m
Queensland Oaks 2200m
JJ Atkins 1600m
Stradbroke Handicap 1300m
Tattersall’s Tiara 1400m

Quick Tips for Finding a Eagle Farm Winner

  • Some jockeys and trainers have a much higher strike-rate at Eagle Farm so it’s important to know which jockeys and trainers to follow.

Tips for Betting on Eagle Farm Multiples

Daily Double

The Daily Double is offered at all race meetings and is generally the fourth and third last race of every meeting. Punters need to pick the winner of both races and are able to select any number of runners in each leg.

The Daily Double generally doesn’t pay much so it’s important to limit your selections to just a couple of runners in each leg. This bet is perfect for those who like a little bit of excitement but don’t want to spend too much money.

It’s also a good way to make use of tips from friends or family members who may know a thing or two about horse racing. So next time you’re at the races, be sure to try your luck at the Daily Double.



A treble bet is where the punter selects the winner of three consecutive races. The treble bet is an extension of the daily double and is usually offered at the fourth, third and second last race of each meeting. The treble will more than likely pay more than the daily double but this isn’t always the case if a favourite takes out the third leg.

In order to win a treble bet, the punter must select the winner of three consecutive races. This can be a tricky feat, but if it pays off, the rewards can be great. Treble bets are a popular choice amongst racing fans, as they offer the chance to win big while still providing a bit of variety. When placing a treble bet, it is important to remember that each leg must be won in order for the bet to be successful.

This means that choosing runners that are likely to place or show is not enough – only winners will do. Selecting runners that have a good chance of winning can be challenging, but if you do your homework and select wisely, you could be in for a profitable day at the races. 



For many punters, the Quadrella or ‘Quaddie’ is the big prize. The Quaddie takes place in the last four races of the day, and punters need to find the winner of all four races to take home the prize. The payouts for a successful Quaddie can be in the thousands, and often go into tens of thousands or higher.

To maximise profit in the Quaddie, it’s a smart ploy to have a couple of legs with limited runners and then go wide with the other two legs. And it pays to include a few roughies in the mix as when you can find a roughie or two, this is when the payouts are at jackpot proportions. So if you’re looking for a big payday, keep your eye on the Quadrella. It could be your ticket to a windfall.

More than Just Eagle Farm Tips

At, our expert tipsters provide you with the best free horse racing tips and top bets of the week. We pick out the best bets and betting selections from across Australian horse racing, with tips for everything from the Melbourne Cup to Sunday racing at Penola.

Our award-winning product is complemented by Group 1 racing tips, roughies tips, quaddie selections and multibet tips, as well as the latest racing information and bookmaker insights. Our team of tipsters are experts in their individual states and areas, giving them an unrivalled knowledge base and winning strike-rate.

Eagle Farm Tips FAQs

When Do Today’s Eagle Farm Racing Tips Go Up?

With Eagle Farm being a main metropolitan meeting, our Eagle Farm tips are live on two days before each meeting.


Are Eagle Farm Race Tips Free?

Yes. All Eagle Farm tips on are free to view with no subscription required.


What type of bets do your tips cover?

Our Eagle Farm Tips and Best Bets usually cover a Best Bets, Next Best and Best Value as well as Quaddie Tips.


Do you have any other advice for betting on Eagle Farm races?

Check the Quick Tips for Finding an Eagle Farm winner above for a few handy pointers.


How do I know your Eagle Farm tips are any good?

We employ our expert Eagle Farm tipster to only cover QLD horse racing so he is more familiar with horses, trainers and jockeys stats. Our tipsters use a paid data subscription that gives them an edge over the average punter. So, you know the information you get in our tips is valuable information.


Who owns Eagle Farm Racecourse?

Eagle Farm Racecourse have been running meetings since 1865. The track is located just 7km from Brisbane, Brisbane Racing Club is responsible for the running and upkeep of the track.


Can you take food into Eagle Farm Racecourse?

Patrons are not permitted to bring their own food and/or drinks into Eagle Farm Racecourse.


Why is it called Eagle Farm?

The origin of the name apparently arose from eagles being observed around the farm. 


What is the history of Eagle Farm Racecourse?

The Eagle Farm Racecourse was established in 1863 and it is now the premier racecourse in Brisbane. In 1889–1890, the architecture partnership Hunter and Corrie and architect John H. Buckeridge jointly designed the grandstands, known as the Paddock Stands. They also designed stables and sheds.


How much does it cost to park at Eagle Farm Racecourse?

Car parking is free, with entrances off Nudgee Road and at the corner of Lancaster and Racecourse Roads.