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Betting facts from Caulfield, Saturday, 31st. July.
Punters betting favourites started the day with winners in the first two races. These winners were Curtana $2.60, ridden by Luke Nolen and trained by Peter G. Moody and Ocean Challenger which was well suppported from $5.50 to start at $4.60. The jockey was Craig Williams and the trainer Darren Magro. But then in the remaining six races, only Velocitea $2.60, which finished third in the Group 3 Weight for Age Bletchingly Stakes, managed a place. No jockey or trainer had a winning double at the meeting. There were three winners that started at double figure odds. They were The Big Steel $31.00 in R4 ridden by Ben Melham and trained by Matt Laurie. Best tote odds were $47.50. The winners of the final two races were Eraset $15.00, best tote odds $20.90, ridden by James Winks and trained by Danny O'Brien and Sacred Orders $17.00, best tote odds $19.20, ridden by Dean Yendall and trained by Gary Portelli.
Betting facts from Moonee Valley, Saturday, 24th. July.
Punters betting favourites had a profitable meeting with three winners from eight bets. These winning favourites were Rue Maple $1.70 ridden by Jarrod Fry and trained by Darren Weir, Mangonui which firmed from $4.60 to start at $4.20, ridden by Craig Williams and trained by Ian Hutchins and Tinamou $3.00, ridden by Glen Boss and trained by Robert Smerdon. Glen Boss rode a treble at the meeting. His other winners were Dutchy's Lass in R1 trained by Shaun Dwyer which was the longest priced winner of the meeting, starting at $26.00 and Save A Penny in R8 which started at $8.50, and was trained by Dale Sutton. Jarrod Fry and Craig Williams both rode a double. Jarrod Fry's other winner was Belscenica which started at $15.00 and was trained by Tony Noonan, while Craig Williams's other winner was Diazling which started at $8.00 and was trained by Luke Oliver.
Betting facts from Caulfield, Saturday, 17th. July.
Punters betting favourites had a winning meeting with four winners including favourites winning the first three races. Jockey Glen Boss and trainer Robert Smerdon teamed up to win the first two races on Only He Knows $3.30 and then Breitling which firmed from $3.30 to start at $3.00. Jockey Luke Nolen and trainer Peter G. Moody won the next race on Triumphant Choice at $2.80. They also teamed up to win the main race of the day, the Listed Sir John Monash Stakes with 3YO colt Reward For Effort, the lightly raced 2009 Blue Diamond Stakes winner, which was resuming from a long injury enforced spell. Reward For Effort's previous race was in the Golden Slipper held on 4th. April last year. The biggest winner of the day was in R7, an Open Handicap over 1400 metres. Jake Noonan was successful on the Tony Noonan trained 8YO mare Soul Diva which started at $41.00 and paid best tote odds of $51.10 on SuperTab.
This edition of Punt to Win:
2009 Melbourne Cup Day
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