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27/8/2005 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.


Now trained by Gerald Ryan, this former West Australian 3YO colt ran a huge race first up from a spell of four months. He finished third, just behind boom colts Snitzel and Stratum.

Battle Maiden:
This 6YO mare won a Group 1 Fillies and Mares Weight for Age race in South Africa in August last year. Having her first race in Australia, she ran a huge third over 1400 metres in Fillies and Mares Listed company behind Nevis and Loftily. Don't ignore Battle Maiden in coming races. She looks a certain winner.

Resuming from a spell, this John Hawkes' trained 4YO mare, who won the Group 1 Australian Jockey Club Australian Oaks in March this year, showed she is going to have a big Spring campaign. First up she was beaten a head in Weight for Age company. She finished in front of horses like Court's In Session and Dance Hero.

One In A Million:
John O'Shea's lightly raced 4YO mare only had three runs in her first campaign, including an unlucky second in the Group 2 Light Fingers Stakes. She returned from a seven months' spell with an excellent second to Lotteria in Open Listed company. One In A Million looks set for a big Spring campaign.


Red Dazzler:
In March this year Red Dazzler easily won a 2YO Open at Caulfield and was then immediately spelled. Resuming at Caulfield this 3YO colt blitzed the field. He could be something special.

Lad Of The Manor:
First up this 6YO gelding could not have been more impressive in winning the feature race of the day, the Group 2 Weight for Age J. J. Liston Stakes. He has the outstanding record of 10 wins and six placings from 17 starts.


Magique Mine:
First up, and having his second start, this 3YO gelding ran a close fourth in a smart 3YO Class 6 race. He looks to have an excellent future in Brisbane racing and could win some good races.


Very Sydney:
Now trained by David Hayes, this promising 3YO filly was a smart winner in her third race.

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