On the page below, you will find various Eagle Farm stats for the tips of form analysts, racing personalities and punters who fancy their chances against Australia's best punters. However, when no Eagle Farm tips are available on our site, you will instead see a leaderboard of past tipping success for tips placed at Eagle Farm.
The Eagle Farm Tipster Leaderboard includes several different columns that represent that actual profit statistics from past selections. This data helps you identify the tips of the more astute punters to follow when placing a bet at Eagle Farm.
The leaderboard is ranked by the profit win percent column, where a percentage indicates the profit made from bets placed using an even stake. Tipsters with a percentage greater than zero are making a profit over the time period selected. It is also worth looking at the strike rate percentages, as more sophisticated staking systems may produce profits for punters where the strike rate is high but profits are not.
About Eagle Farm
Established in 1863, Eagle Farm is Queensland's premier racecourse, and the home of the winter racing carnival in Australia. Located in the suburb of Ascot, seven kilometres north-east of the Brisbane CBD, Eagle Farm is a heritage-listed racecourse that has been entertaining locals for well over one hundred years.
The feature races at Eagle Farm takes place during the winter during June and is known as the Queensland Racing Carnival.
While the Queensland Derby and Oaks are perennial highlights on the calendar, it is the Stradbroke Handicap that is considered the Grand Final for thoroughbred racing in Brisbane. Run over a distance of 1400 metres, the Stradbroke brings together Queensland's best horses over a shorter distance as well as interstate raiders to fight for the one and a half million dollars in prize money.
Like New South Wales tracks, races at Eagle Farm run in a clockwise direction. Eagle Farm's 434-metre winning straight is among the longest in the country, coming behind only Flemington amongst the metropolitan tracks.
With a long turn coming into the home straight, horses with wide barriers, especially in the shorter races like the Stradbroke, can find themselves caught three and four wide, spending significantly more energy than rival horses drawn nearer to the inside.