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1/11/2008 edition 

Make Money Betting Horses

Many astute punters use a simple horse racing betting system to back plenty of winners at excellent odds, as well as successfully betting trifectas, first fours, doubles etc. They simply note the key runs of a few select horses each week and black book them. Then betting smart, they follow them.

Each week we will give some runs worth noting by horses from Saturday's racing. Keep a record of the horses, bet smart and you too could back some big winners.

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Here are the latest runners to be added to our Horse Watch list.

Moonee Valley - Cox Plate Day

C'est La Guerre:
This 4YO gelding, a Group 1 Derby winner in New Zealand, had absolutely no luck in the Cox Plate, and finished sixth, three lengths from the winner, Maldivian.

Magical Pearl:
This 5YO gelding was sent out at the amazing odds of $41.00 in Group 2 company over 1600 metres. He also had no luck in running, otherwise he would have been right in the finish. As it was, Magical Pearl was just beaten by 2.25 lengths by the winner, Sea Battle. Magical Pearl has five wins and four placings from just 13 starts.

Caulfield - Caulfield Cup Day

Larry's Never Late:
Rodney Douglas's 3YO gelding did not have much luck in the 3YO Group 3 Norman Robinson Stakes, being held up rounding the home turn and in the early part of the straight, then again held up and disappointed for clear running approaching the 300. Then inside the 200, Larry’s Never Late continued to have bad luck being unable to obtain run.

This 4YO horse trained by Anthony Cummings was a good thing beaten in Group 3 company over 1400 metres. Turffontein was forced to race wide without cover and finished second, beaten only a half length, by Royal Discretion.

Mad Rush:
This overseas visitor, a 5YO horse trained by Luca Camani, was badly held up for a run rounding the home turn and early in the straight. He finished fourth in the Caulfield Cup, only two lengths behind the winner, All The Good. If jockey Damien Oliver had got luck in running, then Mad Rush would have been right in the finish.

Sent out the $4.60 favourite in the Caulfield Cup after an outstanding win in the Group 1 Turnbull Stakes at Flemington two weeks earlier, Littorio was checked at the 200 in the Caulfield Cup. Despite this bad luck the Nigel Blackiston trained 4YO gelding finished a very creditable fifth in the Caulfield Cup, only 2.3 lengths behind All The Good.

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