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Turf Deli Free Form Guides and Tips - Stakes Day Newsletter 2012

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Often Stakes Day is full of long shot winners.
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Dr ? No.

Seeing there is some space to fill at the end of another long Cup week we would just like to clear up a rumour that has been going around for a few years.

Turf Deli has no association whatsoever with the legendary Dr Turf.

In fact, we have never even met the guy. We doubt he has even ever looked at the website. Realistically, he is a much better tipster than us. And we are much better looking.

Every year for about the last ten years we regularly get emails during our Spring Campaigns asking if Dr Turf is behind this website.

Nup. Not true. Sorry.

Whilst there is no denying that we were raised on a sound punting education from Dr Turf's Punter to Punter on community radio RRR in the early days, we doubt the good doctor even knows of our existence.

The confusion probably arises as not many people do the satirical angle to horse racing, which is a shame. Punters need a keen sense of humour to get them through the cruel twists of fate that the punt serves up to them. Dr Turf is also one of the few media commentators around who seems to have an independent voice, and is not just a mouth piece for the racing industry or racing clubs. We also tend to be quite outspoken about issues affecting punters who time and time again seem to be barely acknowledged as a customer group and vital participants in the racing industry.

Anyway, just wanted to clear that up.

Apologies to anyone who thought they were following a top secret anonymous website of a well known media commentator. Rather, it is just people who like having a punt and taking the piss in general.

Unless it is Alan Jones in disguise ? The plot thickens...

Remember to stick around the extra week for the Sandown Classic next week, which is actually always a good betting day.

If you have missed any of our previous newsletters there is over ten years worth of content on the website. _____________________________________________________________________________________

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Last Week's Results

Generally good news

It has been a tough week for punters. With quadrella dividends of $126,000, $11,256, and $44,679 and a $45,000 trifecta and $969,000 first four in the Melbourne Cup surely pretty much everyone must have paid off their mortgage by now? No ?

Despite the tough week, the tips have been going along really well. We found one winner on top, and four winners in the selections on Oaks Day. What was really good was that the one winner on top was a $16 shot, who just also happened to be our Best Roughie of the Day.

Race 3: 7-HONEY FLOWER 1st W=$11.40
Race 5: 10-ARINOSA 1st W=$3.90
Race 6: 1-DEAR DIMI 1st W=$4.90

BEST ROUGH : Race 8: 6-GENERAL TRUCE 1st W=$16.30

So the Betting Portfolio made a tidy profit with two $20 quinellas and a little bit each way on our best rough of the day. We also made a profit on Cup Day so it has been a pretty good couple of days.

2012 Spring Campaign: 16 weeks - 4 profits - 7 returns - 5 wipe outs - Net: -$334.00

View last week's Oaks Day 2012 results.

View the list of Horses To Follow with form and video links to each runner.

Check out how the Betting Portfolio is going at the Bottom Line.

This Week's Free Form Guide

Flemington - Stakes Day - 10th Nov 2012


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