Resident tipster Adam gives his betting strategy for Sunday’s (14/4/2019) racing. Note that the prices quoted were available at the time of writing, which was 6.30pm Saturday.
Betting Strategy Outlay: $25610
Betting Strategy Return: $25448
Futures Outlay: $1670
Futures Return: $1871
$100 Win Arty Lucas R6 (Tote)
Dirty I missed the opening price of near $5 for this bloke. Hoping he can get to $4 come jump time because at the time of writing, I think $3.2 is a bit skinny. Really promising galloper for Paul Preusker who produced an excellent Winter/Spring prep, beating the above average filly Rock Dove first up before three excellent runs at city level. Been given a good spell and I’ve been impressed by what he has done at the Horsham jumpouts, most notably his latest one which was late last month. Last 10/15 minutes of betting will tell you if he’s ready or not, but I’m hoping he is.
$20 Win Parlay 3,4 = $100 Cost
Goodwood Zodiac R1
Chequered Flag R2
Slowpoke Rodriguez R4
Jumps racing will be the focus at Pakenham tomorrow as we get ready for the Bool. First event is a maiden hurdle and the WaterBott galloper Goodwood Zodiac just looks so well placed. He is having his first look at the jumps under race conditions but has appeared to trial well enough and will be leading this field. The rest of these, on the flat, their rating is between 50-60, and Montauk is going like a busted. I just can’t see a threat to him. Chequered Flag looks an absolute moral in the second. Resumed at Mornington and I thought he was really good against home handy flat gallopers, with Steel Prince winning and he spanked them at Caulfield on Saturday. Subsequent jumps trial was good, Pateman on, should be winning. Lucques is 2/2 over the hurdles and is heading in the right direction for Eric Musgrove. Savaged the line to win at the Bool before going to Hamilton where his flat speed came to the fore after the last jump and was too good. Harder here, but he’s got the race fitness on his side, and stable/jockey is flying at the moment. Slowpoke Rodriguez I like in the fourth. His three flat runs this prep have been absolutely enormous, the latest over 2600m at Werribee when a narrow second to an in form Chouxting The Mob. Has trialled really well this prep over the jumps and for mine is clearly the horse to beat.