Newspaper Horse Racing Tips - Who the expert tipsters are backing

  • Round-up of the best bets from the expert tipsters

Looking for free newspaper horse racing tips? We round out who the leading writers and newspaper tipsters have selected as the bets to be backing on this Saturday's racing.

Some of the most respected tipsters have picked out the horses to follow this weekend below are who the likes of the Daily Telegraph's Ray Thomas and Sky Thoroughbred Central's Ray Dufficy are selecting as their Saturday horse racing tips.

RANDWICK:


SHAYNE O’CASS (Sportsman)
Race 1 - Military Zone ($10 Sportsbet)

STEPHEN ZAMMIT (Daily Telegraph)
Race 3 - Raqeeq ($2.45 Ladbrokes)

BRAD DAVIDSON (Sky Racing)
Race 3 - Raqeeq ($2.45 CrownBet)

MATT JONES (Daily Telegraph)
Race 7 - Kementari ($2.15 Sportsbet)

JOHN DAVIS (Daily Telegraph)
Race 8 - Island Missile ($2.90 Sportsbet)

DARREN PRENDERGAST (Super Racing)
Race 9 - Soothing ($3.20 CrownBet)

MOONEE VALLEY:


MICHAEL MANLEY (Herald Sun)
Race 2 - Naantali ($2.90 CrownBet)

SIMON MOY (SuperRacing)
Race 7 - Malaise ($6.00 Sportsbet)  

GLENN McFARLANE (Herald Sun)
Race 8 - Trap For Fools ($2.50 Ladbrokes)

CHRIS VERNUCCIO (SuperRacing)
Race 8 - Trap For Fools ($2.50 Sportsbet)

DOOMBEN:


NATHAN EXELBY (The Courier-Mail)
Race 9 - Natch ($3.40 Sportsbet)

MORPHETTVILLE:


LINCOLN MOORE (The Advertiser)
Race 5 - Showpero ($2.20 Ladbrokes)


NOTE: odds correct at time of publishing. 



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