Winx is the Queen of Turf. Australians love her and why wouldn’t they!
For her 29 wins Sportsbet has paid out over $40 million on the great mare with $14m of that being profit for punters and that number is set to climb throughout her Spring campaign.
Unbeaten superstar Black Caviar was also loved by punters and has the largest payout with one punter wagering $1 million on the Black Flash, at $1.04, in the 2012 Robert Sangster Stakes.
But it’s not just the big punters that have hit the online bookmaker – thousands of token ‘coin’ bets have been wagered on both mares throughout their careers.
The smallest stake was one cent – Black Caviar had 9 of those and Winx 108.
Total Number of Bets 198,839
Total Money Placed $26,021,803
Total Payout $40,546,310
Largest Payout $160,000 – $100,000 @ $1.60 Apollo Stakes 2016
Biggest Stake $100,000 Apollo Stakes 2016
Smallest Stake 108 bets of 1c struck, the shortest of which @ $1.08
“Winx is set to pass Black Caviar’s record of 25 consecutive wins on Saturday. No matter the outcome both mares will go down in history as two of our all-time greats. Winx has cost us a small fortune, but like most Aussies we’ll be cheering for her again,’’ said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne.
Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
$35 Ace High
$101 Classic Uniform
$101 Cabeza De Vaca
$126 Invictus Prince
$151 Oriental Runner