Punters have let the moths out of their wallets and launched into one early to take out the Sharp Electronics Group Handicap (1300m) this Tuesday at Beaumont-Newcastle.
The Greg Mcfarlane trained It’s So Obvious, dropping big time in grade/depth after a last start 13th at Rosehill behind Philosophy, does look as if she’ll get a soft time on speed and the Beaumont track does suit leaders. She opened $7 and was crunched immediately into $3.20 before drifting out to her current price of $3.60.
She is now third favourite favourite behind the Kris Lees trained Rhymes and Chris Waller trained Naughty Thoughts. Rhymes opened $2.70 and has had no friends in betting due to the avalanche of money for It’s So Obvious. Naughty Thoughts is also at $3.00. The resuming mare has been easy to, out from $2.90.
Humility has had interest at odds, into $17 from $21.
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