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Pick a horse in each race at Saturdays Moonee Valley Race Course that does not pay a place dividend and you win.
Sportsbet Lucky Loser


Moonee Valley“Lucky Loser” NOW OPEN. Click here to view the betting card. Betting closes start of 1st race at 12:10pm, Sat  24th July.

$50 Free Bet Offer!! Back the Lucky Loser – if your bet loses, we’ll match your stake with a Free Bet up to $50. See Jack da Punta Weekend Offers for info on how to claim.

Lucky Loser race days are always available on Melbourne races every Saturday but we will feature other major race day meetings. Sportsbet will have the Lucky Loser betting card open the day prior to each race.


The excitement of winning can now include cheering home a loser!

Sportsbet’s Lucky Loser bet allows you to select one horse in each race listed on the Lucky Loser race card that will be unplaced. That’s right! Pick a horse in each race that does not pay a place dividend and you win. If a race has less than 8 runners your horse can run 3rd and still be a winning leg of your Lucky Loser bet.

The individual odds for each horse you back to lose are multipled together for all the races on the Lucky Loser bet card to maximise your dividend.

Feeling Lucky punter? Calculate your Lucky Loser odds by clicking the betting card link and select one horse in each race you think will not run a place.


The Luckiest Losers anchor a few horses and then play different runners in the other races on their Lucky Loser bets to have multiple chances of winning – the Luckiest Loser of All Time collected almost $9,000 on 3 bets! Often at least one favorite will not run a place during one of the races – find the favorite(s) who can be beat to boost your odds.

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