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Farnan landed some big bets for punters in the Golden Slipper

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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Away Game $15-$8

Hanseatic $6-$11

Minhaaj, Personal and See You Soon $11-$15

King’s Legacy $15-$26

Glenfiddich $51-$26 (after winning race 1 @ Mornington)


Super Seth $11-$15

Dreamforce $51-$15 (after winning George Ryder Stakes @ Rosehill)


Away Game $11-$4 fav

Dame Giselle $6-$5

Minhaaj $4.50-$6

Hungry Heart $15-$8

Personal and See You Soon $8-$9


Castelvecchio $11-$8 (after winning Rosehill Guineas)

Addeybb $4-$3.50 (after winning Ranvet Stakes @ Rosehill)

Te Akau Shark $3.50-$4

Verry Elleegant $15-$8

Avilius $11-$15


Castelvecchio $6-$4f (after winning Rosehill Guineas)

Shadow Hero and Warning still $4.50

Reloaded $15-$11

Chenier and Sherwood Forest $8-$15

The Holy One $15-$26


Aktau $15-$11 (after winning Mornington Cup – $26 Caul Cup)

Just Benjamin $15-$26

Hush Writer $26-$51

Young Rascal $8-$ eq fav

The Chose One $26-$15

Raheen House $15-$26




California Zimbol defied the betting drift in the Schweppes Darby Munro Stakes (1200 metres).

The Team Snowden runner began the day as a $3.10 chance but by the time the race rolled around, $4 was being offered.

Finishing powerfully, California Zimbol held off Dawn Passage ($5.50-$5) which also rattled home late while Hilo ($4.60) was a late closer after having little luck.

The big move was for Mirra vision which was $5-$3.60-$3.70 and held the most money in the race. She was responsible for a quarter of the fixed odds investment.

BETS: Mirra Vision $1,883 @ $3.70, $1,350 @ $3.70, $1,000 @ $3.70, $6,000 @ $3.60, $2,000 @ $3.60

BETS: Hilo $1,000 e/w @ $4.60/$1.65, $1,000 @ $4.60


Favourite backers were sent reeling after Mugatoo was outstayed at the finish in the Iron Jack N E Manion Cup (2400 metres).

Sensationally backed all week after opening at $2.25 and getting to $2.30 briefly, Mugatoo was crunched from $2-$1.85 on the day and held more than four times the amount of money than second pick in the market, Supernova ($7.50-$6).

The party for those backing the favourite and leveraging him in multis was ruined by Young Rascal ($5-$7.50), which sat just in front of him in the run just off the leaders. Turning for home the pair squared off but Tom Marquand got the best out of the William Haggas runner to score narrowly.

Supernova ran right up to the support for it to wind up a fast closing third.

Mugatoo accounted for 60 percent of the total investment.

BETS: Young Rascal $1,500 @ $7.50

BETS: Supernova $1,000 e/w @ $7/$2.10, $20,000 @ $6.50, $1,000 @ $6.50

BETS: Mugatoo $5,000 @ $1.85, $3,000 @ $1.85, $2,250 @ $1.85, $1,842 @ $1.85, $1,700 @ $1.85, $1,550 @ $1.85 MULTIPLE TIMES, $1,400 @ $1.85, $3,500 @ $1.80, $1,500 @ $1.80, $1,000 @ $1.80 MULTIPLE TIMES


It was a blowout in the Cellarbrations Epona Stakes (1900 metres).

Missybeel got up at $23 on TAB Fixed Odds but the win wasn’t totally unexpected after the Bjorn Baker mare had started the day at $41.

Tim Clark got everything out of the daughter of Savabeel to hold off the fast finish of Gayatri ($9.50-$8.50), while the leader Greysful Glamour ($5-$7) held third narrowly in front of the very popular Aliferous ($7.50).

Luvaluva ($3.80-$4.80) went around with the most money in the race while there was strong support for Pain The Town Two ($5-$6.50).

BETS: Luvaluva $2,000 @ $4.80, $1,500 @ $4.80

BETS: Gayatri $1,000 @ $8.50

BETS: Savacool $1,050 @ $8.50

BETS: Aliferous $1,000 @ $7.50


It was Tom Marquand and William Haggas defying a betting drift once again, this time it was in the Group One Ranvet Stakes (2000 metres).

Addeybb began the day at $2.40 but lost favouritism in the final stages of betting to Verry Elleegant after starting to $3.10.

Leading throughout, Marquand threw everything at Addeybb to hold off Verry Elleegant ($4.20-$3 fav) in a fantastic finish to the Ranvet.

The pair put a gap in their rivals with Avilius ($3.30) a distant third.

Such was the support for Verry Elleegant that it held nearly double the amount of money that the winner did.

BETS: Addeybb $1,200 @ $3.20, $1,000 @ $3.20, 1,300 @ $3, $1,500 @ $3, $5,000 @ $2.80, $1,000 @ $2.80

BETS: Avilius $1,000 @ $3.50, $1,500 @ $3.40

BETS: Verry Elleegant $3,000 @ $3, $2,500 @ $3, $2,000 @ $3, $1,963 @ $3, $5,000 @ $1.65 PLACE


Usually one of the more popular runners in terms of money taken, Dreamforce was let go by most TAB customers in The Agency George Ryder Stakes (1600 metres).

The John Thompson runner was $8.50 in the morning by got out to double figures at the start of the race.

Holding just three percent of the money, Dreamforce led throughout with Nash Rawiller to salute at $12 – adding to the amount of winners today at Rosehill that defied a drift in betting.

The Bostonian ($8-$7.50) had admirers and was gallant but the two main picks in the market (in terms of money held) never looked likely.

Te Akau Shark ($1.95) got out to black figures before being crunched late and held 63 percent of the total investment while Super Seth ($5-$6.50) attracted a big bet but failed to place.

BETS: Dreamforce $1,000 @ $12

BETS: Te Akau Shark $1,400 @ $2.10, $4,000 @ $2, $9,500 @ $1.95, $2,000 @ $1.95, $2,055 @ $1.90, $5,000 @ $1.85, $2,000 @ $1.85

BETS: Alizee $1,000 e/w @ $13/$2.80

BETS: Super Seth $17,000 @ $6


A brilliant ride by Craig Williams saw Castelvecchio landed the money in the SKY Racing Active Rosehill Guineas (2000 metres).

Castelvecchio, despite being the third most popular runner in the race, drifted from $5.50 out to $7 but after being much closer than anticipated, Craig Williams hit the ‘go’ button at the top of the straight.

Peeling around the leaders heels, Castelvecchio finished best to beat a gallant Prince Fawaz ($26-$51) which led before taking a sit.

Reloaded ($16-$10) was tried at the eachway odds and filled the minor end of the prize.

Shadow Hero ($3.20) was easily the most popular runner in the race, holding 40 percent of the total investment. He ran on strongly after being too far back.

Of the others, Warning ($6.50-$5.50) was carrying some big money and was most popular outside of Shadow Hero.

BETS: Castelvecchio $1,000 @ $5.50

BETS: Shadow Hero $20,000 @ $3.20, $4,000 @ $3.20, $2,000 @ $3.20, $1,000 @ $3.20, $3,500 @ $3.10, $7,500 @ $3

BETS: Warning $2,010 @ $5.50, $2,000 e/w @ $5.50/$1.95, $1,000 @ $5.50 TWICE

BETS: Reloaded $2,000 @ $16


Farnan went around as the most popular runner in the Longines Golden Slipper (1200 metres) and landed several big bets in the process.

Going into the day as a $4.80 favourite, the son of Not A Single Doubt bottomed out at $4.40 before a late drift saw it start $5 favourite in front of Tagaloa ($5.50-$5-$6) and Hanseatic ($6.50-$7-$6-$6.50).

Leading throughout with Hugh Bowman in the saddle, Farnan held off the finish of Away Game ($13-$10) which came in for good backing earlier in the day.

Dame Giselle ($13-$8) was the most notable firmer in the race after being double figures in the morning.

Hanseatic was the second best supported runner outside of the Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott-trained winner while Hungry Heart ($17) and Tagaloa were next best in that regard in front of Minhaaj ($9-$11).

BETS: Farnan $5,000 @ $4.60, $2,700 @ $4.60, $2,000 @ $4.60, $1,800 @ $4.60, $1,000 @ $4.60 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Away Game $3,000 @ $18, $2,000 @ $18, $1,000 @ $15, $3,000 @ $14

BETS: Personal $4,000 @ $21

BETS: Dame Giselle $1,200 @ $13, $2,300 @ $9

BETS: See You Soon $2,000 @ $21, $1,000 @ $21

BETS: Hanseatic $4,000 @ $7, $2,000 @ $7, $4,000 @ $6.50, $1,005 @ $6

BETS: Tagaloa $1,000 @ $6, $8,800 @ $5.50, $2,000 @ $5.50 MULTIPLE TIMES, $3,000 @ $5

BETS: Hungry Heart $1,000 @ $15

BETS: Marmaragan $1,000 e/w @ $16/$4.60

BETS: Farnan $5,000 @ $4.60, $2,700 @ $4.60, $2,000 @ $4.60, $1,800 @ $4.60, $1,000 @ $4.60 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Prague $4,500 @ $23


It was a blowout in the City Tattersalls Club Galaxy (1100 metres) with I Am Excited getting up at big odds.

The David Pfeiffer-trained runner went around as a $26 chance, however, had been as much as $31 in the morning.

In a driving finish, Tim Clark got the best out of her to arrive in time to beat the leader Miss Leonidas ($34) which very nearly stole the prize for Billy Egan and Shaun Dwyer.

Tofane ($23-$16) came in for support all day at the eachway odds and very nearly landed the prize, splitting the first two in a driving finish.

One of the best moves all day came for Cosmic Force which was sensationally supported after it got a run in the morning. The first emergency went from $5.50-$3.50 and held the most money in the race with Pierata ($7) not far behind in that regard.

BETS: Cosmic Force $1,000 e/w @ $5/$2.10, $1,500 @ $4.40, $1,200 @ $3.80, $1,000 @ $3.80 MULTIPLE TIMES, $4,000 @ $3.50, $2,500 x $5,000 e/w @ $3.50/$1.65,$23,399 @ $1.65 PLACE

BETS: Pierata $1,500 @ $6, $1,000 @ $6

BETS: Deprive $1,000 @ $13


Specking at big odds for Miss Exfactor paid off in the TAB Birthday Card Stakes (1200 metres).

At the start of the day TAB were offering $34 about the Joe Pride runner’s chances, however, by the time the race rolled around $16 was on the table.

Benefitting from a good run behind the leader, jockey Jay Ford stuck to the inside which proved to be the winning move.

Kiamichi ($9-$5) was a big firm throughout the day and went around with a quarter of all bets on the race.

Anjana ($5.50-$8) was best tried outside of Kiamichi despite being a drifter throughout the day. Seasons ($9.50-$8) was a firm as runner-up Connemara ($26-$18).

BETS: Kiamichi $1,000 @ $7 TWICE, $5,000 @ $5, $1,700 @ $5

BETS: Anjana $10,000 @ $7.50, $1,000 @ $7, $15,000 @ $6.50

BETS: Seasons $2,000 @ $9.50, $1,000 @ $9.50

BETS: Yamazaki $1,500 e/w @ $13/$3.90

BETS: Grey Shadow $1,000 @ $10



Glenfiddich landed some handy bets when taking out the Quayclean Sires (1500 metres).

Going around as the third most popular runner in terms of money taken, there wasn’t much between it, Amish Boy ($2.50) and Albukhturi ($4.40) in terms of investment held.

The trio dominated the market and held a whopping 90 percent of the market!

BETS: Glenfiddich $3,000 @ $2.50

BETS: Albukhturi $5,000 @ $4.40, $1,500 @ $4.40

BETS: Amish Boy $2,000 @ $2.50 TWICE


One of the more confident moves in the Macpherson Kelley Handicap (1200 metres) paid dividends when Jamaican Hurry arrived in time.

The Amy & Ash Yargi runner was $9-$7 on the day and produced a powerful finishing burst to overhaul the leader Ultra Smart ($15-$12).

Des Moines ($3.20-$2.80-$3 fav) was easily the best backed runner in the race and was close up in third. Overall, the fav was four times as popular as the winner.

BETS: Des Moines $1,200 @ $2.90, $8,000 @ $2.80, $5,000 @ $2.80


I’m Telling Ya was the most notable firmer in the Mercedez-Benz Mornington Handicap (1200 metres).

The six-year-old gelding produced a huge finish from the second half of the field to land a nice betting move, having been backed in from $6 in the morning to start a $4 second pick.

Too Good Too Hard, the $3.60 favourite, held the most money and finished second while Sheriff John Stone ($61) had some specking at the huge price and wound up in third.

BETS: I’m Telling Ya $2,000 @ $4


The heavily tried Human Nature was brave but couldn’t deliver the goods in the No Fuss Event Hire Handicap (1000 metres).

Going around as one of the more popular runners at Mornington today, Human Nature ($3.10-$2.40) was hammered throughout the day and held a number of big bets including one of $4,000 @ $2.50.

Holding 60 percent of the total investment, Human Nature did a stack of work outside the leader but couldn’t hold off the finishing burst of Sizzlefly ($4.80-$5) at the finish.

While the winner was the second best supported in terms of money held, Sizzlefly only held a quarter of the money that the favourite did.

BETS: Human Nature $4,000 @ $2.50, $2,000 @ $2.40, $1,500 @ $2.40, $1,000 @ $2.50 MULTIPLE TIMES


All the big money was on Salsamor for the running of Peninsula Essence Magazine Handicap (2000 metres).

Going around twice as popular as next pick in the market Mirimar ($3.50), Salsamor sustained a long run to hit the front midway down the running and then held off Lycurgus ($34) in a tight finish.

Mirimar did plenty of work outside the leader and held third after hitting the front briefly.

BETS: Salsamor $3,000 @ $2.90, $1,000 @ $2.90 TWICE

BETS: Mirimar $1,000 x $2,000 e/w @ $3.60/$1.55, $1,000 @ $3.60, $1,000 @ $3.50


Chuck A Luck ($4.40) was the most popular runner heading into the Guineas (1600 metres).

Pretty solid for most of the day after $4.20 was offered in the morning, Chuck A Luck got the bob down right on the line to deliver a terrible result to TAB.

Power Scheme ($14) was in front a stride before and a stride after the line but wound up second while The Lifeline ($13-$9) was specked at a price and ran a cracker after leading.

BETS: Chuck A Luck $2,000 e/w @ $4.40/$1.90

BETS: Power Scheme $1,000 @ $14


Aktau went around as one of the best backed runners in the Mornington Cup (2400 metres).

The Mike Moroney-trained galloper was the second most popular in the race behind the heavily tried Just Benjamin (3.90), which went around with twice the amount of money.

Finishing fast, Aktau ($4.40) beat Inverloch ($6.50-$8) with Skelm ($26) catching the eye for third.

Of the unplaced brigade, Hush Writer ($14-$6.50-$7) halved its quote from the morning while Harlem ($12-$9) was backed in from double figures.

BETS: Just Benjamin $7,000 @ $3.90, $3,000 @ $3.90, $1,000 @ $3.90 MULTIPLE TIMES, $2,000 @ $3.80, $2,500 x $6,000 e/w @ $3.70/$1.65, $2,250 e/w @ $3.80/$1.6

BETS: Harlem $1,000 @ $9

BETS: Inverloch $1,000 @ $8.50

BETS: Stars Of Carrum $1,000 @ $12

BETS: Hush Writer $3,800 @ $6.50, $1,200 @ $6.50

BETS: Aktau $2,000 @ $4.40, $1,000 @ $4.40, $2,200 @ $4.20


Diamond Effort held the most money for the running of the Hareeba Stakes (1200 metres).

Going around with slightly more money than Prophet’s Thumb ($5), Diamond Effort ($4.20-$4.40) arrived in the nick of time to nail Runson ($10-$8) which was carrying some nice eachway investments.

Seabrook ($14-$19) ran on for third just in front of Vainstream ($31-$18) which was a decent firm throughout the afternoon.

BETS: Bons Away $2,000 @ $9, $2,000 @ $8.50

BETS: Diamond Effort $2,500 @ $4.40, $1,000 @ $4.40 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Prophet’s Thumb $2,500 e/w @ $5/$2.10, $2,000 @ $5, $1,000 @ $5



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