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29/7/2006 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.

Free top rated horses

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


Eclair Passion:
Peter Moody could have a Spring Carnival horse here. This 2YO gelding won over the 1400 metres in impressive style.

Okay Oky:
If Eclair Passion is being touted as a Carnival horse then we should not dismiss Mathew Ellerton's Okay Oky. After an impressive second on debut at Geelong two weeks earlier, Okay Oky ran on nicely to finish second, less than a length behind Eclair Passion.

This year's Adelaide Group 1 Goodwood Handicap runner up showed he is a sprinter to be reckoned with in Melbourne. We were impressed by his upset win in the Listed Sir John Monash Stakes, run under Weight for Age conditions.

In a tough 3YO Open Handicap, with plenty of smart gallopers resuming from a spell, Shane Bottomley managed to obtain the services of leading jockey Darren Gauci to ride this unraced 3YO Zabeel gelding that fetched $195,000 at the Australian Easter Sale. That was a clue that Maldivian was well above average.

Starting at the big odds of $26.00, Maldivian took the lead from barrier 13 and just failed to win, finishing a close second by a long neck to the first up plunge horse, Speilmeister, which was backed heavily to start at $3.50.

After that debut run, you'll be lucky to get $26.00 again about Maldivian in the foreseeable future.

Eagle Farm

My Centurion:
Trained at the Gold Coast by Kelly Doughty, this 2YO gelding jumped from 1100 metres 17 days earlier on debut in a Maiden at Doomben to 1400 metres and brought home the bikkies paying over $37.00 on the tote. It was an impressive win. On that effort My Centurion should win plenty more city races.

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