Resident tipster Adam gives his betting strategy for Monday’s (13/5/2019) racing. Note that the prices quoted were available at the time of writing, which was 8am Monday.
Betting Strategy Outlay: $32515
Betting Strategy Return: $35854
Futures Outlay: $2045
Futures Return: $1871
$20 Parlay 4,5 = $120 Cost
Malauka R1 Win
Cashed Up R2 Win
Scout’s Honour R3 Win
Hez A Wolf R4 Place
Time For Tea R8 Place
Mildura Overview: Malauka looks a handy galloper for the Coffey team who was good at his home track Swan Hill on debut when surging late and just missing. Looks a very thin race and should be winning. Patrick Payne has a very good record at Mildura and I think Cashed Up will continue that trend in the second. Is first up, which is a concern given the stable usually have them soft in condition fresh, but he looks the clear horse to beat. Back up in trip will suit Scout’s Honour in the third, who was coming back from 1400-1200m last time out. Just outsprinted but good late. Up to 1300m, with no real depth engaged, he looks the winner. They will all likely be odds on, so the value will come in the last two legs, both place options. Hez A Wolf was a month between runs when racing over 1500m at Gawler last time and I thought he closed off quite well when second to Hinchpin, a Tony McEvoy youngster who went close to winning a Stakes race on Saturday, so that form reads quite well, and this bloke will be suited up in trip. Note he was $101 that day, and is now $10, so SP profile fans will hate him, but this is a serious drop in depth IMO. Time For Tea hasn’t had much luck with barriers recently but despite that has run well. Really good effort at Benalla last time after getting stuck four wide for the trip. Was entitled to run last but she stuck on really well. Draws much better this afternoon and gets stable rider Chelsea Macfarlane on. Can see her running a positive race.