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3/4/2010 edition

Horse Racing Betting Odds
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Betting facts from Caulfield, Saturday, 27th. March.

Punters backing favourites had a small winning day with an outlay of nine units and a return of 10.9 units at top fluctuation odds on the three winning favourites. The three winning favourites were Curtana, ridden by Craig Newitt and trained by Peter G Moody. It was solidly backed from $3.10 to start at $2.70. Red Flair, ridden by Jordan Mallyon and trained by Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra firmed from $3.40 to start at $3.30 while equal favourite Above Average was backed from $4.40 to $3.90. Above Average was ridden by Dwayne Dunn and trained by Lee Freedman. It was an excellent training feat, as Above Average, was first up over 1600 metres from a long spell of 161 days. Dwayne Dunn also won in R1 on the Lee Freedman trained Savarain which started at $4.40. The jockey and trainer combination of Jason Maskiell and Mick Price saddled up two losing favourites - About Ready $1.75 in R3 and Luminous Harmony $2.45 in R8. Punters trying to get out on Luminous Harmony were none too pleased when the $20.00 outsider Perfect Hostess, ridden by Jarrod Fry and trained by Rodney Douglas won the race. Perfect Hostess paid tote odds up to $25.20. To top it off, Jason Maskiell in R5 rode the $3.30 Brendan McCarthy trained losing favourite, Zedi Knight. With three losing favourites from three rides you could say that Jason Maskiell wasn't favourite punters most popular jockey after Saturday. Especially considering he had a win on the David Hayes trained Chartreux, which started at $7.00.


Betting facts from Caulfield, Saturday, 20th. March.

Punters backing favourites had a solid losing day, with only two favourites winning from the eight races. Punters took serious risks backing these two winning favourites as well, with Definitely Ready, ridden by Billy Egan and trained by Mark Kavanagh sent out at the very short odds of just $1.55 after a long spell of 147 days. Chateau D'Yquem, ridden by Ben Melham and trained by Peter G. Moody, which won as the $3.20 favourite, was dropping back in distance from 1600 metres to 1400 metres after a freshen up of 57 days. Peter G. Moody had an outstanding day at Caulfield. He trained a winning treble. His other winners were Ocean Dream $6.00, ridden by Linda Meech and Elumino, $7.00, also ridden by Linda Meech. Ben Melham also rode a winning double - Chateau D'Yquem and the Lee Freedman trained Fanjura, which started at $9.50 but paid best tote odds of $13.70.


Australian Cup Day
Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 13th. March.


In the main race of the day, the $1,000,000 Group 1 Australian Cup, the $5.00 favourite Heart Of Dreams, ridden by Craig Newitt and trained by Mick Price finished fourth. The race was won by the 8YO gelding Zipping, which was ridden by Nicholas Hall and trained by Robert Hickmott. The $750,000 3YO Group 1 Australian Guineas provided a major upset with the $1.60 favourite Denman finishing a well beaten by 4.5 lengths fourth. Denman was ridden by Kerrin McEvoy and trained by Peter Snowden. The winner, starting at $18.00, was Rock Classic, ridden by Michael Rodd and trained by the legendary Bart Cummings. Bart Cummings trained a winning double at the meeting with the $2.50 favourite Precedence winning R2. Precedence was ridden by Luke Nolen who rode a winning double at the meeting, also saluting on Master Harry which started at $12.00 in the first race of the day. Master Harry was trained by Luke Nolen's regular trainer, Peter G. Moody. Punters betting favourites had a near break even meeting with Stillme $4.00, ridden by Steven Arnold and trained by Sheila Arnold, Response $2.14 ridden by Craig Williams and trained by Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra and Precedence $2.50 all winning. The winner at longest odds was in R9, a 1000 metres sprint. Devil May Care, which paid best tote odds of $32.50, upset most punters in this field of 15. Devil May Care was ridden by Dean Holland and trained by Wayne Nichols.

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