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Last Week's Results

Oaks Day Eye Opener - Yet More Value Winners

Our good form from Cup Day continued onto Oaks day with yet more value winners. There is nothing better than to start the day with a left of centre, $16 winner on top in the first race. Mainly cause those silly Williams stable runners always start far too short, so there is no point in tipping them – or backing them.

Overall, from 9 races, there were 2 winners on top, and 5 winners in the selections :

Race 1 : 12-THE BIG STEEL 1st W=$16.30 - top pick
Race 4 : 6-CURTANA 1st W=$3.50 - top pick, QUIN = $23.60
Race 5 : 15-KING COBWEB 1st W=$14.30 - nice value winner
Race 6 : 2 -BRAZILIAN PULSE 1st W=$2.70
Race 9 : 8-NIBLICK 1st W=$3.50, QUIN = $37.90

The Betting Portfolio doubled up with a few nice each way bets. Unfortunately there were a few scratchings and only one of them landed, but it was our best bet of the day and was enough to almost break even.

BEST BET : Race 4: 6-CURTANA $20 WIN 1st W=$3.50 = $70

Plus we scored some points with the Lay of the Day, who started equal favourite and ran pretty much as predicted. She kicked clear half way down the straight and was looking good, but stopped badly.

LAY OF THE DAY : Race 7 : 2-ZUBBAYA at around $4 10th W=$4.80 fav

...last time she went past the 1600M, 2 starts back here, she compounded over the last 200M...

View last week's Oaks Day 2010 results

The Betting Portfolio continues to keep it's nose ahead, 15 weeks for 8 profits, 4 returns and 3 wipe outs and a running profit of +$330.45

View our results for this season at the Bottom Line

View the list of Horses To Follow.

This Week's Free Form Guide

Flemington - Stakes Day - 6th November 2010


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