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18/9/2010 edition

Horse Racing Betting Odds
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Betting facts from Moonee Valley, Saturday, 11th. September.

The main race of the day, the $400,000 Group 2 Weight for Age John F. Feehan Stakes (registered name) was won by 5YO gelding Whobegotyou, trained by Mark Kavanagh and ridden by Michael Rodd. Whobegotyou was a solid $3.10 second favourite in the bookmakers' betting ring. The firmly backed from $3.10 to $2.70 favourite, Shoot Out, trained by John Wallace and ridden by Stathi Katsidis, finished third, beaten by three lengths. Four other favourites that started under $3.00 were also beaten.

They were:

1.
3YO gelding Servant. It started at $2.70 after firming a touch from $2.80 and ran fifth of 13 in the opening race, a 3YO Open Handicap. Servant was ridden by Jack Hill and trained by Peter G Moody.
2. 3YO filly Dutchy's Lass
which started at $2.90, heavily backed from $3.50. It finished a well beaten seventh of nine in 3YO Fillies company. Dutchy's Lass was ridden by Michael Rodd and trained by Shaun Dwyer.
3. 4YO mare Miss Octopussy. It started at $2.60 after firming from $2.80 and ran a close fourth of 11 in a Mares Open Handicap. Miss Octopussy was ridden by Dean Holland and trained by Tom Hughes.
4. 6YO gelding El Mandon
which started at $2.60, heavily supported from $3.10. It finished a fifth of 14, beaten by a length, in an Open Handicap. El Mandon was ridden by Chris Symons and trained by Mick Price.

Despite this, punters betting favourites had a break even meeting with three winners. They were:

1.
7YO gelding Crabs, $3.40 in R2, a 2500 metres Open Handicap. Crabs was ridden by Jack Hill and trained by Chris Hyland.
2.
5YO gelding Hay List in the $200,000 Group 3 Weight for Age McEwan Stakes. Hay List, which started at $2.50, was ridden by Glyn Schofield and trained by John McNair.
3. 4YO horse Spacecraft which won the "get out stakes," the final race of the day, an Open Handicap. Spacecraft was heavily backed from $2.50 to start at $2.10. Spacecraft was ridden by Damien Oliver and trained by Mick Price.

There were five winners which started at double figure odds. They were:

1. 3YO colt Epic Dragon
which started at $10.00. Best tote odds was $13.00. It was ridden by Jake Noonan and trained by John Sadler.
2. 3YO filly Sussuro which started at $15.00. Best tote odds was $15.60. It was ridden by Craig Newitt and trained by Tony Noonan.
3. 5YO mare Venus World which started at $26.00. Best tote odds was $35.30. It was ridden by Michael Walker and trained by Brian Jenkins.
4. 5YO gelding Perturbo which started at $19.00 Best tote odds was $19.60. It was ridden by Ben Melham and trained by Colin & Cindy Alderson.
5. 5YO mare Avienus which firmed a touch from $13.00 to start at $12.00 in $200,000 Group 2 Weight for Age Mares' company. Best tote odds was $12.00. It was ridden by Craig Williams and trained by Mark Webb.

No jockey or trainer had a winning double.


Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 4th. September.

The main race of the day, the $400,000 Group 2 Weight for Age Makybe Diva Stakes was won by last year's Melbourne Cup winner, 5YO horse Shocking, trained by Mark Kavanagh and ridden by Michael Rodd. Shocking firmed a touch from $21.00 to start at $18.00 in the bookmakers' betting ring. Best tote odds was $18.70 on SuperTab.

The shortest priced favourites of the day were:
1. 3YO colt Censor, undefeated after three races. It started at $2.60 and ran third in 3YO Listed company. Censor was ridden by Danny Nikolic and trained by Lee Freedman.
2. 4YO horse Love Conquers All
which started at $2.40 and ran tenth of ten in the $200,000 Group 3 Bobby Lewis Quality. It was ridden by Jim Cassidy and trained by Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes.

Punters betting favourites had an OK meeting with two winners at good odds. They were:

1.
Pinker Pinker, in the opening race, which firmed from $6.00 to start at $5.50. It was ridden by Chris Symons and trained by Greg Eurell.
2.
Soul in the $250,000 3YO Group 2 Danehill Stakes. Soul, which started at $3.60, was ridden by Mark Zahra and trained by Peter Snowden.

There were four winners which started at double figure odds. They were:

1. Hollowlea
which started at $26.00. Best tote odds was $44.40. It was ridden by Nicholas Hall and trained by Terry & Karina O'Sullivan.
2. Largo Lad which firmed from $16.00 to start at $13.00. Best tote odds was $14.10. It was ridden by Steven Arnold and trained by David Hayes.
3. No Evidence Needed which firmed a touch from $21.00 to start at $20.00 in the $200,000 Mares Group 2 Let's Elope Stakes. Best tote odds was $17.20. It was ridden by James Winks and trained by John P Thompson.
4. Shocking which firmed from $21.00 to start at $18.00 Best tote odds was $18.70. It was ridden by Michael Rodd and trained by Mark Kavanagh.


Betting facts from Caulfield, Saturday, 28th. August.

The main race of the day, the $200,000 Group 2 Weight for Age Memsie Stakes was won by last year's Cox Plate winner, 4YO horse So You Think, trained by Bart Cummings and ridden by Steven Arnold. So You Think firmed a touch from $7.00 to start at $6.50 in the bookmakers' betting ring.

The shortest priced favourite of the day was 4YO mare Salinas which was heavily backed from $2.00 to start at $1.85. It was ridden by Luke Nolen and trained by Peter G. Moody. The plunge never looked like coming off, with Salinas finishing third to With Decorum, beaten 3.5 lengths. Despite that setback, punters betting favourites had a winning meeting with three winners. They were:

1.
Sayahailmary which firmed from $4.60 to start at $3.90. It was ridden by Taylor Lovelock-Wiggins and trained by Peter G. Moody.
2.
I'm A Hussy which started at $3.30, ridden by Ben Knobel and trained by David and Scott Brunton.
3. Moudre which was backed from $2.60 to $2.45, ridden by Craig Williams and trained by Ciaron Maher.

Both Ben Knobel and Craig Williams rode a winning double. Ben Knobel's other winner was With Decorum, trained by John Blacker, which started at $15.00 and paid best tote odds of $21.60. Craig Williams's other winner was Sistine Chapel, trained by Andrew Noblet, which also started at $15.00 and paid best tote odds of $23.10. These two horses were also the biggest odds winners of the day.

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