Daily Racing Tips – Sunday, June 3

Best Bets 
Murwillumbah: Race 4 (2:30pm)
No. 4 Impregnable

The Toby Edmonds-trained Impregnable has been pretty inconsistent this time in, but finds himself in a very winnable race at Murwillumbah this afternoon. The I Am Invincible gelding clearly needed the run when he beat only one runner home first-up, but he was far better when fourth over 1200m at Doomben a fortnight later. He didn’t see out the 1400m at the Gold Coast last time out and a step back in trip here looks ideal. With Glen Colless in the saddle, he can take a sit behind the pace from gate 8 before calling on his smart turn of foot in the straight.

Murwillumbah: Race 5 (3:05pm)
No. 5 Maglev

Maglev will have his first start for Matt Dunn this afternoon and can begin his tenure with the leading trainer on a winning note. The Bullet Train gelding was reasonably inconsistent through his first few career starts, but has struck on well to finish fourth at his two most-recent outings and won’t be offered a better shot of breaking his maiden than he finds today. The wide barrier isn’t a concern as he’ll go back anyway and he will look to finish over the top of his rivals.

Murwillumbah: Race 7 (4:20pm)
No. 3 Too Easy Bro

Too Easy Bro has shown plenty of ability through his short racing career so far and is stepping back from city grade into this field at Murwillumbah today. The Helen Page-trained gelding broke his maiden on debut last July and returned from a short spell to finish a credible third on the Gold Coast in November. He has trialled well in the lead-up to his competitive return this afternoon and can begin his preparation in the best way possible, with a win.

Best Each-Way Bet 
Murwillumbah: Race 3 (1:55pm)
No. 3 Brown Brown

Brown Brown has only made two competitive appearances at the races so far, but he has shown decent ability and is ready to break his maiden at Murwillumbah this afternoon. The three-year-old trialled fairly prior to a credible debut performance for fourth at Ipswich in early May, before weathering a tough run in transit and eventually finishing third at the Gold Coast last time out. This looks to be a step back in class and he can find himself right in the finish at great odds ($9.50/$3.10 at the time of publish).