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Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 10th. July.
After a massive winning day the previous week, punters backing favourites were given a harsh reality check. For starters four short priced favourites missed a place. They were:
1. Little Artist in R1 which firmed from $2.80 to $2.70 and finished ninth of ten. The jockey was Luke Nolen and Peter G. Moody was the trainer.
In addition there was only one winning favourite. That was $1.60 odds on favourite Doubtful Jack, ridden by Luke Nolen and trained by Peter G. Moody, which won the 2010 VRC-CRV Winter Championship. Luke Nolen and Peter G. Moody also teamed up and won the following race with Elumino, the winner at longest odds for the meeting. Elumino started at $13.00 and paid best tote odds of $14.00. Jake Noonan also rode a winning double. The horses were Royal Bender, $6.50 in R1, trained by Darren Weir and Miss Lily Rose in R3 trained by Mick Price.
Betting facts from Moonee Valley, Saturday, 3rd. July.
Punters betting favourites had a HUGE winning meeting with five winners from just eight bets. At starting price odds, with just $20 wagers, an outlay of $160 returned $328. That is a profit of more than 100% on turnover!! Three kilos claiming apprentice Adam McCabe, rode two of these winning favourites. They were Viking Turf Belle, trained by Jason Warren, which firmed solidly from $4.20 to start at $3.80 and Philda trained by Michael Kent, which firmed a touch from $$3.80 to start at $3.70. No trainer had a winning double at Moonee Valley. The biggest winner of the day was in R6 over 2500 metres, with Craig Newitt successful on the Danny Curran trained 6YO gelding Niptious which started at $18.00 and paid best tote odds of $20.50. Despite good recent form - the gelding hadn't finished worse than fourth at its previous five starts, it was still tough to back the gelding for a win with any confidence, after all, it had started 76 times for just five wins!
Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 26th. June.
Punters betting favourites had a losing meeting with only two winners from the eight favourites. They were The Handsome One ridden by Dale Smith and trained by Greg Eurell which firmed from $4.60 to $4.40 and Doubtful Jack ridden by Jason Benbow and trained by Peter G. Moody which started at $2.40 compared with its bookmaker betting ring top fluctuation odds of $2.50. Peter G. Moody continued his outstanding run as a trainer with a double at the meeting. His other winner was Servant, ridden by Ben Melham, and heavily backed from $6.00 to start at $4.80. Ben Melham also rode a double, his other winning ride being Whiston, trained by Tony Noonan, which won first up over 1000 metres and paid best tote odds of $13.30. The Peter Snowden trained 2YO gelding Soul, having his first race start and ridden by Craig Newitt, was the winner at biggest odds for the meeting. Best tote odds were $13.80.
This edition of Punt to Win:
2009 Melbourne Cup Day
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