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Mugatoo landed some massive bets for punters at Randwick

Australia’s leading bookmaker the TAB gives an overview of today’s betting markets from the feature races and race meetings from around the country. See which races punters cleaned up on and lost on.

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GOLDEN SLIPPER

Hanseatic $51-$11 (after winning BD Preview C&G @ Caulfield)

Rulership $51-$26 (after winning r1 @ Randwick)

A Beautiful Night $101-$51 (after winning BD Preview Fillies @ Caulfield)

 

BLUE DIAMOND

Hanseatic $9-$7 (prior to win) AND THEN $4.50 fav (after winning BD Preview C&G @ Caulfield). Now $4 favourite

Rulership $15-$11 (after winning r1 @ Randwick)

Fresh $15-$8

A Beautiful Night $51-$15 (after winning BD Preview Fillies @ Caulfield) AND THEN $11

BETS: A Beautiful Night $1,000 @ $15, $1,000 @ $11

 

RANDWICK

RACE ONE

Punters were on top early with Rulership landing several big bets in the PFD Food Services Handicap (1000 metres).

Plenty of big money was riding on the $2.90 favourite which opened $3.50 earlier in the week.

Rulership held 45 percent of the total investment and was a losing result for TAB.

Of the others, Tight Ropes ($6.50-$5.50-$6) was the subject of good money as was Mount Fuji ($4.80).

BETS: Rulership $10,000 @ $2.90, $10,000 @ $1.40 PLACE

BETS: Mount Fuji $2,000 @ $4.80

RACE TWO

Mr Wong defied a late drift to race away and take out the TAB Highway (1100 metres) in impressive fashion.

The son of Mossman went $3.70-$4.40 in the final stages of betting but still retained favouritism from money horse Velvet Aeroplane ($6.50-$4.80).

In fact Velvet Aeroplane held more money than Mr Wong with the pair dominating the market. They were responsible for 60 percent of the total investment.

BETS: Mr Wong $2,000 @ $4.40, $1,900 @ $4.40, $1,000 @ $4.40

BETS: Bellszov Bourke $1,000 e/w @ $6/$2.10

BETS: Velvet Aeroplane $1,200 @ $5.50, $1,500 @ $4.80 TWICE

RACE THREE

Favourite backers were on the mark in the second of the TAB Highway (1100 metres) events this afternoon.

Hellenism jumped a $3.20 favourite after being $2.70 in the morning but despite the late drift, she was easily the best backed runner in the race with nearly 33 percent of the money riding on her.

Conspirator ($4.80) was the subject of a good betting move and was best tried to beat the fav. Of the others, Blitzar ($5) had admirers as did Mr Aloysius ($11-$8).

BETS: Hellenism $4,000 @ $3.40

BETS: Conspirator $1,000 @ $5

RACE FOUR

Fun Fact ($5.50-$4.80) landed the cash for its supporters in the $2m Inglis Millennium In 14 Days Handicap (2000 metres).

The Bjorn Baker runner was kept safe in betting and attracted a number of decent bets.

Matowi ($3.70) was well backed today after being $4.40 in the morning while Dabiyr ($2.60-$2.90) was a drifter late in betting.

RACE FIVE

A sensational betting move late for Mugatoo paid dividends in The Coopers Hotel Newtown Handicap (1600 metres).

The Kris Lees-trained import opened the day at $3 and was crunched in the final 30 minutes of betting, eventually jumping a $2.15 favourite.

Having his first run in Australia, the gelding commanded 51 percent of the total investment.

Valentino Rossa ($11), which opened $51 on Wednesday, was still well backed today at eachway odds while Toryjoy ($7) had admirers at the price.

All Too Soon ($7.50-$4.80-$5) saw a move come for it an hour prior to the jump but that fizzled out closer to the jump.

BETS: Mugatoo $1,429 @ $3.10, $1,500 @ $2.90, $1,500 @ $2.60, $4,380 @ $2.40, $1,850 @ $2.40, $2,000 @ $2.30, $1,000 @ $2.30, $5,000 @ $2.20, $1,000 @ $2.20, $20,000 @ $2.15, $3,500 @ $2.15, $2,000 @ $2.15, $1,000 @ $2.15 MULTIPLE TIMES

RACE SIX

The two money horses were out of play in the City Tatts Bushfire Appeal Handicap (1600 metres).

Helga ($2.30-$2.40) and Seles ($6.50-$5) were the two most punters were focused on heading into the event, with the former being the first horse backed when markets opened on Wednesday. At that stage, TAB had offered $4.40 about the Les Bridge runner.

To Your Health ($4.40-$5.50) drifted as a result of the support for the other two runners.

BETS: Helga $5,000 @ $2.40, $1,670 @ $2.40, $1,492 @ $2.30, $1,490 @ $2.30,

BETS: Seles $1,600 @ $5,

BETS: Missybeel $2,000 @ $5.50

RACE SEVEN

Cradle Mountain attracted good specking at a price to win the Iron Jack Supports Bushfire Appeal Carrington Stakes (1400 metres).

The Clare Cunningham runner went $17-$11 on the day after being $21 on Wednesday.

Southern Lad had been the mover earlier in the week but today went $2.30-$2.90 while Cellarman ($12), Passage Of Time ($8-$10) and Gaulois ($8) were popular at various points throughout the afternoon.

BETS: Cellarman $1,000 e/w @ $11/$3, $3,000 e/w @ $10/$2.80

BETS: Redouble $1,000 e/w @ $6/$2

BETS: Southern Lad $2,500 @ $2.90, $1,000 @ $2.80, $2,000 @ $2.60

BETS: Sambro $1,500 e/w @ $6.50/$2.20, $1,400 @ $6.50

BETS: Gaulois $3,000 @ $8

RACE EIGHT

The best backed runner all day did the right thing by favourite punters in the Mark Alati Bookmakers Handicap (1100 metres).

Pandemic was hammered throughout the day and was $2.70 in the morning but just minutes out of the jump, was smashed into $1.90 before starting a $2.20 clear favourite.

The Godolphin runner went around with 56 percent of the market and was three times as popular as second elect, Sir Elton ($3.10).

Of the others, there was a late rally for True Detective ($6.50-$10-$8) when it hit double figures.

BETS: Pandemic $5,000 @ $2.50, $4,500 @ $2.50, $1,900 @ $2.20, $1,300 @ $2.20, $5,000 @ $2.15, $3,990 @ $2.15, $2,000 @ $2.15, $1,400 @ $2.15, $9,000 @ $2, $5,000 @ $2, $1,500 @ $2, $4,000 @ $1.90, $2,000 @ $1.90

BETS: Sir Elton $4,000 @ $3.10, $8,000 @ $1.35 PLACE

BETS: True Detective $2,500 @ $8

RACE NINE

I Am Vinnie caused the upset in the final event on the card – the Edney Ryan Group Handicap (1400 metres).

Going around at $41 on TAB Fixed Odds, the David & Coral Feek-trained galloper had some support at the big odds but nothing compared to the favourite, Superium.

Going around as a hot $1.90 favourite, Superium held four times as much as anything else in the race and was responsible for more than half the market.

BETS: Superium $12,000 @ $1.95, $3,000 @ $1.85, $2,200 @ $1.85

CAULFIELD

RACE ONE

The money was spot on in the Bass Strait Beef Plate (1100 metres).

Score was backed in from $5.50 this morning to start an equal $4 favourite with That Girl, with the latter being a drifter late after opening the day as a $3 top elect.

Between the pair they were the two most popular and held nearly 60 percent of the market between them.

BETS: Score $3,000 e/w @ $4/$1.65

BETS: Exquisite Beauty $1,000 @ $6

BETS: That Girl $4,000 @ $4, $2,000 @ $4

RACE TWO

Jentico defied the betting drift to land the prize in the DrinkWise Plate (1400 metres).

The Tony & Calvin McEvoy runner was installed a $4.40 chance on Wednesday when markets first opened and by the time the race rolled around, $6.50 was on the table.

Most of the attention here was with Titan Blinders ($3.60-$3-$3.10) which went around with 2.5 times more money than anything else in the event.

BETS: Write Your Name $2,000 x $3,000 e/w @ $5/$1.85

RACE THREE

Hanseatic delivered a hammer blow to TAB in the Blue Diamond Preview for Colts & Geldings (1000 metres).

The Anthony Freedman runner was sensationally backed late, crunched into $2.20 after being $2.60 in the morning. TAB had gone up $2.90 on Wednesday.

Hanseatic went around with 65 percent of the total investment and was more than six times as popular as second pick in the market, Tanker ($3.10-$4.20).

Of the others, Fixated ($7-$6-$7.50) had its admirers.

BETS: Hanseatic $10,000 @ $2.25, $5,000 @ $2.25, $4,500 @ $2.25, $4,000 @ $2.25, $2,000 @ $2.25, $1,800 @ $2.25, $1,500 @ $2.25, $1,300 @ $2.25, $3,000 @ $2.20

RACE FOUR

There was money all week to suggest that A Beautiful Night would run a very good race in the Blue Diamond Preview for Fillies (1000 metres).

A Beautiful Night opened $16 with TAB Fixed Odds on Wednesday and immediately attracted some good eachway bets. Backed into $11, which was still the quote early this morning, more money saw her bottom out at $9 before the Maher & Eustace filly jumped at $13.

Fresh ($3.10-$3.60) jumped a very popular favourite and nearly held twice as much as the well supported Supreme Idea ($6.50-$4.20), while Geist ($9-$7) firmed up late also.

BETS: A Beautiful Night $700 e/w @ $12/$3.40

BETS: Supreme Idea $2,000 @ $4.60 TWICE

BETS: Fresh $5,000 @ $3.60, $2,000 @ $3.60, $2,500 @ $3.50, $1,000 @ $3.50 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Award Winner $2,000 e/w @ $6.50/$2.30

RACE FIVE

Eachway money for Zero Doubt proved spot on in the Lamaro’s Hotel Sth Melbourne Handicap (1400 metres).

The Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr-trained gelding was backed from $15-$10 since the market opened but got back out late to start a $13 chance.

Most of the attention here was for the bookends – Wilmot Pass ($3.40-$2.80 fav) and Shush ($5-$3.20).

BETS: Zero Doubt $500 @ $13, $500 e/w @ $13/$3

BETS: Shush $5,000 @ $3.30, $2,000 @ $3.30, $1,000 x $3,000 e/w @ $3.30/$1.40, $3,000 @ $3.20, $1,000 @ $3.20

BETS: Wilmot Pass $3,000 @ $3.20, $1,300 @ $2.90

RACE SIX

Punters were on the mark in the Mary Bell Handicap (1600 metres) with the heavily tried runners fighting out the finish.

Sure Knee saw most of the late money come for it and jumped a $3.10 favourite while Mount Tabora had been constantly backed since 9am this morning and began $3.90 second pick.

Between the pair of them they dominated the market, however, Sure Knee was nearly three times as popular as the runner-up.

BETS: Sure Knee $3,000 @ $3.30, $5,000 @ $3.20, $1,400 @ $3.20, $10,000 @ $3.10, $1,000 x $3,000 e/w @ $3/$1.40

BETS: Mount Tabora $2,000 @ $3.90, $2,0000 e/w @ $3.90/$1.55, $1,100 @ $3.70, $2,000 @ $3.60, $1,000 @ $3.60

BETS: Kazio $1,000 @ $8

RACE SEVEN

The Le Pine Funerals Handicap (1100 metres) was one of the most open betting affairs of the day.

Our Campana ($2.90) went around as a popular pick while Lady Lupino ($6) had admirers at the eachway quote along with Golden Halo ($4.20-$5.50).

News Girl ($7.50-$7) was pretty solid in the market while O’ So Hazy ($13-$7) was tried at the double figures.

BETS: News Girl $600 x $400 e/w @ $8.50/$2.80

BETS: Golden Halo $2,000 e/w @ $5.50/$1.80, $1,500 @ $5.50, $1,000 @ $5.50

BETS: Lady Lupino $3,000 x $2,000 e/w @ $6/$2, $1,200 @ $6, $1,000 @ $6

BETS: Our Campana $2,500 @ $2.90

RACE EIGHT

Morvada caused an upset in the John Dillon Stakes (1400 metres).

The Peter Jolly runner was $7-$9 on the day but did have its admirers, however, most of the focus was on the favourite Yulong January.

As much as $2.60 was available for Yulong January when markets first opened, however, today it was $2.30-$2 before a late drift saw it start $2.25.

There was also some money around for Guizot ($6) and Streets Of Avalon (7-$5) but the fav was responsible for 56 percent of the total investment.

BETS: Morvada $1,000 e/w @ $9/$2.40, $1,000 @ $9

BETS: Guizot $2,500 @ $6/$1.80

BETS: Yulong January $2,643 @ $2.25, $2,500 @ $2.25 MULTIPLE TIMES, $2,000 @ $2.10

BETS: Streets Of Avalon $2,000 @ $5

RACE NINE

It was an upset in the MRC Thanks Fire Services Handicap (2000 metres) with Vaucluse Bay getting the money.

Most of the attention was with Sir Pippin ($4.20-$2.70) which was sensationally backed late along with Salon Du Cheval ($5), a $10 chance earlier in the week.

Sir Pippin went around with 33 percent of the money while Salon Du Cheval was best tried to beat it. Vaucluse Bay was $7-$9 on the day and had some money come for it but nothing like what we saw from the top two in the market.

BETS: Sir Pippin $1,304 @ $3.30, $2,000 @ $3.10, $1,000 @ $2.90, $2,500 e/w @ $2.80/$1.45, $2,000 @ $2.80, $8,000 @ $2.70, $2,500 @ $2.70

BETS: Salon Du Cheval $1,000 @ $5, $1,000 e/w @ $5/$1.90, $1,800 @ $4.80

 
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