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Excess Funds was one of the bright spots for punters at Ballarat

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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The well-tried Bigboyroy held on to land a handy betting move in the Canadian Club 3&4YO Benchmark 72 Handicap (1500 metres).

Backed from $8.50 at the start of the day into $6.50 at the jump, Bigboyroy held off a fast-finishing Air To Air ($5-$4.60) to land some good bets.

Knight ($7-$4.80-$5.50) held on well for third after over-racing in the lead.

The big disappointment was Atlantic King ($4-$4.60) which went around as equal fav with Air To Air and was the most popular runner. The Matt Dunn runner was never a factor after racing near the tail throughout.

BETS: Bigboyroy $1,000 @ $6.50, $1,000 @ $6

BETS: Air to Air $3,000 @ $4.60, $1,000 @ $4.80 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Knight $3,000 @ $5.50


Activation was a costly proposition in the TAB Highway Handicap (1600 metres).

The Kody Nestor-trained galloper was nearly three times as popular as anything and opened $7.50 on Wednesday when markets were first released. Today, the support continued as it was $4.20-$3.90.

All Over Magic ($10-$4.40-$6) was the most significant mover today and easily the best tried to beat the fav while Evas Deel ($8) was next best in terms of popularity.

She’s All In, a 413 chance at the start of the day, peaked at $17 before jumping at $16 and leading throughout.

BETS: Activation $10,000 @ $3.90, $1,000 x $1,500 e/w @ $3.90/$1.75, $2,500 @ $3.80, $2,000 @ $3.80, $1,500 @ $3.80


Relucent and Accountability were two of the better tried runners in a very open race at Kembla Grange.

Both Chris Waller reps had some backing in a race where there were several runners carrying significant support.

Relucent ($11-$9.50) was backed in from double figures while Accountability, an $11 chance on Wednesday, jumped a $6.50 chance and was one of the better backed runners.

Navy Cross ($7-$5-$6) went around as the most popular runner with nearly a quarter of the total investment while Stockman ($4-$6), despite being a drifter, wasn’t far behind in that regard.

Kirwan’s Lane ($10-$9.50) carried a number of decent eachway investments.

BETS: Kirwans Lane $2,000 @ $10

BETS: Navy Cross $2,000 @ $6, $1,000 @ $6 MULTIPLE TIMES

BETS: Stockman $2,000 @ $6.50

BETS: Accountability $1,500 @ $6.50


Destination was very costly in the Evergreen Turf Australia Benchmark 78 Handicap (1000 metres).

The Godolphin runner commanded over half the total investment and was responsible for three times the amount of money that was riding on the winner.

Hulk ($4.80-$4.40) was easily the best tried to beat the fav while Broken Arrows ($7.50) had admirers as did Mansa Musa ($8-$11-$9.50).

BETS: Hulk $1,500 @ $4.20

BETS: Destination $5,000 @ $2.30, $4,000 @ $2.30, $3,000 @ $2.30, $2,000 @ $2.30, $1,650 @ $2.30


Punters were reeling after the heavily tried Big Parade failed to fill a place in the Abax Contracting CG&E Benchmark 78 Handicap (1200 metres).

One of the best backed runners all day, Big parade was crunched from $2.50 in the morning to start an odds-on favourite at $1.90.

Going around nearly twice as popular as the second pick in the market Pandemic ($3.80-$4.40), Big Parade led but faded midway down the running.

Mo’s Crown ($6.50-$8.50) was kept safe in betting and didn’t really budge from $7 for most of the afternoon but got out slightly late.

BETS: Big Parade $2,000 @ $2.40, $1,800 @ $2.30, $4,000 @ $2.10, $2,251 @ $2.10, $2,000 @ $2.10 MULTIPLE TIMES, $2,000 @ $2, $1,600 @ $2, $2,200 @ $1.95, $1,300 @ $1.95


The win of Stolen Jade wasn’t a total surprise despite her being overshadowed by a few others in the market for the running of the Traffic Logistics F&M BM78 Handicap (1200 metres).

Clarry Conners’ mare was $5.50-$4.20 at one stage of the afternoon before getting back out to $4.80 at the jump. That wasn’t bad considering the heavy support for Intrepidacious ($4.40) and Macroura ($3.90), which between them, were responsible for nearly 60 percent of the total investment.

BETS: Stolen Jade $1,000 e/w @ $4.80/$1.85, $1,000 @ $4.80

BETS: Dunbrody Power $4,000 x $1,000 e/w @ $13/$3.40

BETS: Intrepidacious $1,000 e/w @ $4.40/$1.80, $1,000 @ $4.40


Archedemus pulled off a handy betting move in taking out The Gong (1600 metres).

The Team Hawkes runner was $31 in the morning and was specked into as low as $16 before jumping an $18 chance.

Dawn Passage ($4.60-$5) was easily the most popular runner. In fact, it was more than twice as popular as anything else in the race and accounted for 27 percent of the total investment on the race.

Big moves came for Godolphin runners Cascadian ($11-$6.50) and Asiago ($9.50-$8), however, the pair didn’t figure in the finish. The other big players, in terms of money held, were Rock ($7-$9) and Purple Sector ($5.50).

BETS: Archedemus

BETS: Bottega $1,000 @ $10

BETS: Purple Sector $2,500 @ $5

BETS: Cascadian $3,000 @ $9

BETS: Dawn Passage $3,750 @ $5, $2,000 @ $5, $1,000 @ $5

BETS: Asiago $5,000 x $1,000 e/w @ $9.50/$3.10, $1,000 e/w @ $9/$3


Matowi landed a nice betting move to take out the Polytrack Benchmark 88 Handicap (1600 metres).

Giving James McDonald four winners for the day, Matowi arrived in time to land a nice move having gone $6.50-$4.60 on the day.

Elaborate ($6.50-$10) nearly defied the drift to score while Betcha Flying ($8-$4.40) was a notable firmer like her stablemate and flashed home, running right up to the support for her.

Vegas Jewel ($6.50) and Soldier Of Love ($8.50) were the two most popular runners in front of the winner and Berdibek ($7.50).

BETS: Matowi $2,000 @ $4.80, $1,800 @ $4.80

BETS: Soldier Of Love $3,000 @ $8.50


Favourite backers were sent packing after the heavily tried pair of Greek Hero and Rule The World failed to deliver the goods.

Greek Hero was as much as $3.10 just 10 minutes out from the jump, bottomed out at $2.50, before starting $2.70 while Rule The World was pretty solid for most of the afternoon and started a $5 pop.

It was left to Monegal ($18-$21-$16) to land a blow at double figures with the late nibble for the Teresa Bateup runner coming off.

Night Of Power ($9-$6.50) nearly pulled off a decent move of its own but was nailed on the line by a great ride by Brock Ryan, leaving the ‘J Mac’ with ‘just’ four winners for the afternoon.

BETS: Greek Hero $1,000 @ $3 MULTIPLE TIMES, $2,000 @ $2.90, $7,000 @ $2.70, $1,000 @ $2.70 MULTIPLE TIMES, $4,000 @ $2.50

BETS: Misteed $2,500 @ $10, $1,300 @ $10

BETS: Rule The World $2,000 @ $5



Favourite punters endured a tough start to Ballarat Cup Day after The Gauch was unplaced.

The Gauch received 60 percent of support from TAB customers and was disappointing. The Gauch was backed on raceday from $2.15 to as short as $1.80 before starting $2.

The victorious Riding The Wave eased on raceday from $8.50 to $10. Mistake was specked late from as much as $34 to $23 and finished second. Tan Tat Harmony ($5.50 to $6.50 to $6) was the third placegetter.

BETS: The Gauch $2,000 @ $2, $1,194 @ $2


The initiative of Melbourne Cup winning rider Jye McNeil proved decisive on Blandford Lad.

McNeil set Blandford Lad alight with 1200 metres remaining and held off Reflect The Stars.

Blandford Lad eased from $6 to as much as $10 on raceday before closing $9.

Reflect The Stars was reasonably solid in the market and closed $6 (as short as $5).

Unplaced favourite Wahine Toa firmed from as much as $3.70 to $2.30 before starting $3.10.

Red Alto ($34) finished third.


Favourite punters were left gobsmacked after the VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade.

Unplaced odds-on favourite Shelby Cobra failed to finish in the placings.

Shelby Cobra was as short as $1.40 on raceday before closing $1.70. Before the drift, dual $5000 bets at $1.50 were placed on Shelby Cobra.

The victorious Tradewind was unwanted on raceday drifting from $21 to $31.

Runner-up Sirileo Miss received late support ($6.50 to $5). The unplaced Beau Rossa ($7.50 to $6) also had late admirers. Super Yulong ($9.50 to $15 before closing $13) was the third placegetter.

BETS: Shelby Cobra $2,000 @ $1.70, $2,000 @ $1.60, $2,000 2 $1.55 MULTIPLE TIMES, $5,000 @ $1.50 TWICE


In a driving finish, Readily Availabull won the Magic Millions 2YO Clockwise Classic.

Following the late scratching of Ranveer, Readily Availabull eased from $5.50 to $7. Unplaced favourite Butter Blonde drifted in late betting from as short as $3.60 to $4.20. Runner-up Prince Amongst Men tightened late from $8.50 to $7.50. Third placegetter Rambeau received late specking from $10 to $8.50. Briggs ($11 to $8.50 late) finished out of the placings.


In a close finish, Excess Funds was able to hold off Hi Stranger in the Tonks Plate.

Excess Funds was backed on raceday from $5.50 to as short as $4.40 before closing $4.60.

Hi Stranger drifted from $3.60 to as much as $4 before closing $3.70 favourite.

One bet of $4000 at $3.70 was placed on Hi Stranger late in betting.

Unplaced gallopers All Too Royal ($4.60 to $5) and Chicago Cub ($6 to $7) eased late.

The unlucky third placegetter Enigman was specked late from $34 to $23.

BETS: Excess Funds $1,000 @ $4.80, $1,250 @ $4.60, $1,000 @ $4.60

BETS: Hi Stranger $4,000 @ $3.70


In an open affair, Snapdancer was a decisive winner despite closing $12.

Snapdancer had early raceday support from $12 to $10 before returning to $12.

Unplaced favourite Lunakorn eased on raceday from $4.60 to $5.50.

Chassis – also unplaced – hovered around the $7-$8 mark (closed $7.50).

Runner-up Excelida was specked late from as much as $31 to $23.

Third placegetter Zabelarina opened $31 on Wednesday and closed $9.50 (touched $8.50).

BETS: Snapdancer $1,000 @ $11

BETS: Lunakorn $2,000 @ $5.50, $1,500 @ $5.50

BETS: Chassis $1,000 e/w @ $7.50/$2.70 MULTIPLE TIMES


Favourite punters were left to lament once again after Right You Are was unplaced.

Right You Are touched $2, got out to $2.25 before surging late to $2.15.

One bet of $10,000 at $2.15 was placed late in betting on Right You Are.

A late rally for Think ‘n’ Fly ($8.50 to $5.50 on raceday) failed to materialise.

The victorious Skiddaw drifted on raceday from $15 to $19.

Kaplumpich ($9 to $12) and High Excalebration ($23 to $34) were the minor placegetters.

BETS: Skiddaw $1,500 x $2,500 e/w @ $19/$4.20

BETS: Think ‘n’ Fly $2,000 @ $6

BETS: Right You Are $10,000 @ $2.15


Favourite backers were cursing again with Affair To Remember second in the Ballarat Cup.

Affair To Remember was popular from $4.80 to $3.80 on raceday before closing $4.

One bet of $5000 at $3.90 was placed on Affair To Remember.

Second elect Junipal shortened from as much as $6 to $5 but was unplaced.

Pacodali tightened on raceday from $15 to $10 but also failed to figure in the placings.

The victorious Irish Flame was specked from as much as $26 to $19.

Third placegetter Game Keeper eased marginally late from $17 to $19

BETS: Affair To Remember $5,000 @ $3.90, $3,000 @ $3.90, $2,000 @ $3.90

BETS: Odeon $2,200 e/w @ $16/$4.40, $1,000 @ $15, $1,500 @ $14


Most punters were crestfallen after the Magic Millions 3&4YO Classic was run and won.

The Astrologist was as short as $1.70 before closing $2.15 favourite (touched $2.20).

Bets of $5000 at $1.85 and $5000 at $1.75 were placed on the runner-up.

The victorious Sisstar trimmed late in betting from $8 to $7.

Third placegetter Hawker Hurricane was $7.50 to as short as $5.50 before closing $6.50. Whipcracker Way tightened late from $5.50 to $4.60 but finished out of the placings.

BETS: The Astrologist $3,000 @ $2.20, $3,000 @ $2.15, $2,500 @ $2.15, $2,642 @ $2, $2,000 @ $2, $5,000 @ $1.85, $4,000 @ $1.85, $3,000 @ $1.85, $5,000 @ $1.75


A tough Ballarat Cup Day was punctuated by another favourite failing to win.

Yao Dash was backed from $4.40 to $3.90 but could only finish fourth.

Bets of $6000 at $4, $3.90 and $3.80 were placed on Yao Dash.

The victorious Titan Blinders had late support (as much as $9 to $8).

Kazio ($51) and I Am Vinnie ($41) were the minor placegetters.

BETS: Yao Dash $2,000 @ $4.40, $6,000 @ $4, $3,000 @ $4, $2,000 @ $4, $1,500 @ $4, $6,000 @ $3.90, $6,000 @ $3.80

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