Punt to Win
Horse Racing Betting Odds
Betting facts from Sandown Lakeside, Saturday, 19th. June.
Favourites punters had a winning day with four winners from the nine favourites. At starting price betting odds there was a profit on turnover in excess of 20%. No jockey rode a winning double, but Peter G. Moody trained a winning double with two favourites - Conquering Journey, $3.20, ridden by Dwayne Dunn and Ghostmilk, which was strongly backed from $2.00 to start at $1.80. Taylor Lovelock-Wiggins was the jockey. The other winning favourites for the meeting were Black And Bent, $1.75, which won The Australian Hurdle, ridden by Steven Pateman and equal $4.20 favourite, Oak Heart, which was ridden by Steven King. There were three winners at double figure odds, with the winner at longest odds for the day being Pinnacles, ridden by Steven Arnold and trained by Rick Hore-Lacy, which won an Open Handicap first up starting at $17.00. Best tote odds off $21.40 were available.
Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 12th. June.
Punters betting favourites had a small winning meeting with three winners from the eight favourites. Savquaw ridden by Nathan Rose and trained by Peter Gelagotis firmed from $2.90 to $2.70. Vesper, ridden by Jack Hill and trained by Robert Hickmott started at $3.50 while Dubleanny ridden by Steven Arnold and trained by Mick Price started at $3.40. Mick Price trained a winning double, with Vivid Vixen, $6.60, ridden by Dale Smith, winning the last race of the day. The biggest winner of the day was in the first race when Jordan Mallyon won on the Gary Portelli trained 2YO filly Cyndiana Star, which started at $21.00 and paid best tote odds of $27.50.
Betting facts from Flemington, Saturday, 5th. June.
Punters betting favourites had a winning meeting with three winners from the eight favourites. Doubtful Jack ridden by Taylor Lovelock-Wiggins and trained by Peter G. Moody firmed from $3.80 to $3.50. Sunday Rose ridden by Michelle Payne and trained by Bart Cummings started at $3.60 and Elusive Touch, ridden by Stephen Baster and trained by Mark Kavanagh firmed from $2.70 to start at $2.50. Brad Rawiller rode the winners of the first and last races of the meeting. They were Columbus $6.00, trained by David Hayes, and Red Buttons $5.00, trained by Michael Kent. The only winner that started at double figure odds was Picalero $17.00 in R7, ridden by Nikita Beriman and trained by Barbara Marshman. Best tote odds were $32.70!
This edition of Punt to Win:
2009 Melbourne Cup Day
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