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30/6/2007 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.

Moonee Valley

This 2YO colt was a nice winner. Trainer Heath Conners has a high opinion of this colt, which is now being spelled and aimed at the Group 1 Caulfield Guineas.

Monet Rules:
This 4YO gelding trained by Leon Corstens won his sixth race from just 14 starts thrashing the other 13 horses by four lengths. There is no reason why Monet Rules will not win again next start.

Eagle Farm

Fashions Afield:
Gai Waterhouse's classy 4YO mare returned from a spell in the 1400 metres Fillies and Mares Group 1 Weight for Age Winter Stakes with a great second to Nova Star, beaten by just a short head. Fashions Afield has a great strike rate - six wins and eight seconds from just 20 starts.

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