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Turf Deli Free Form Guides and Tips - Liston Stakes Newsletter 2015

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Lawrence (Liston) Stakes 2015


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Turf Deli Spring Campaign 2015

Just when you thought the Australian cricket team's efforts in England were re-defining the term "sporting disaster", along comes the Turf Deli Spring Campaign 2015 to lower public expectations to disturbingly low new levels.

Once again, it is time to kick off on a three month punting journey towards the first Tuesday in November.

And beyond.

But not too far beyond, just as far as the Sandown Classic.

The 16th instalment of the Turf Deli movie franchise sees the same old story lines dragged out, implausible re-writing of historical plots, and an ageing cast replaced largely with CGI special effects, whilst they secretly hope for a series reboot to get them all out of their contract commitments.

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As always it has been a year of much change and turmoil in racing since we last appeared in your inboxes last November.

- the cobalt scandal has seen several high profile trainers come under scrutiny, but there has not been a single Breaking Bad gag done yet.

- track ratings have been changed to make them more standard, but the names of races and racetracks continue to fluctuate wildly depending on who this year's sponsor is.

- racing station TVN folded after it was revealed to be churning through more money than a entitlement gouging federal politician, and the TV broadcast rights turned into a bloody battle of epic proportions between Sky Channel and Racing Victoria.

Fortunately all this happened whilst we were off air, and so we can cover all these news stories again this spring. You can stay misinformed with all the stale and breaking racing news leading into the Melbourne Cup with the weekly Turf Deli Racing News.


Turf Deli Spring Campaign 2015 will run pretty much the same as it always has.

Except we reserve the right to maybe pick different numbers in some races this year (if we can be bothered).

Over the next three months, we will send out our newsletter every week, for the meetings listed below. It will have links to the feature meeting form guide, with tips and suggested bets for the casual and serious punter alike, and a critical form analysis for the main race of the day.

The newsletter emails will arrive in your inbox by 5pm on the day before each race meeting, and normally around Friday lunchtime when work productivity reaches its peak.

As per usual there has been some changes to the spring meeting schedule, mainly due to the later AFL Grand Final this year.

Meetings covered are:

Caulfield - Peter Lawrence (Liston) Stakes (15/08/2015)
Moonee Valley - Moonee Valley (22/08/2015)
Caulfield - Memsie Stakes (29/08/2015)
Moonee Valley - Dato' Tan Chin Nam Stakes (05/09/2015)

Flemington - Makybe Diva Stakes (12/09/2015)
Caulfield - Naturalism Stakes (19/09/2015)
Caulfield - Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (26/09/2015)
Moonee Valley - Bill Stutt Stakes (02/10/2015)*
Flemington - Turnbull Stakes (04/10/2015)*

Caulfield - Caulfield Guineas (10/10/2015)
Caulfield - Blue Sapphire (14/10/2015)
Caulfield - Caulfield Cup (17/10/2015)

Moonee Valley - Manikato Stakes (23/10/2015)*
Moonee Valley - Cox Plate (24/10/2015)*

Flemington - Victoria Derby (31/10/2015)
Flemington - Melbourne Cup (03/11/2015)
Flemington - VRC Oaks (05/11/2015)
Flemington - Emirates Stakes (07/11/2015)

Sandown - Sandown Classic (14/11/2015)

* double header weekend preference will be given to the feature meeting.

We will also be sending out regular updates by Facebook and Twitter, including Lunchtime TAB specials whenever something we are following is running, especially for those who get the betting munchies in between the feature meetings.

You don't need to have a Facebook or Twitter account, you can click on the links above and check the latest tips.

We run a fun and free service, so if you wish to support us, you can do so in one of the following ways:

- Forward our emails onto friends, family, work mates, random strangers and long distance space exploration probes (we are keen to tap into the hard to access Pluto market).

- Take advantage of one of the many special betting offers for Turf Deli Subscribers available in our newsletters, or on the website. More details at www.turfdeli.com.au .

- Like, Comment, Tweet, Poke, Point and Stare at Turf Deli via social media on Facebook or Twitter. And Wave at Turf Deli if you see us at the races.

Any support is greatly appreciated. We also welcome any feedback about the site, emails, and the tips, for better or worse.

Happy punting
Turf Deli

Last Week's Results

Last Year's Results

The pressure is definitely on to produce the financial results this spring, especially following the turmoil of the Greek monetary crisis. World economic markets are watching on nervously to see if the little known, but highly popular third option on the recent Greek referendum, "Trust Turf Deli", can solve the issues of the Eurozone.

For every meeting over spring we will send out a suggested $50 Betting Portfolio.

This is a brave thing for any tipping service to do, as it is much, much easier to make the tips look better historically after the race has been run by highlighting the best possible results.

Last year the Betting Portfolio made a +$292.05 profit betting on 18 meetings, with only 1 wipe out week and making a profit 8 times, and we were in the black from the second meeting onwards.

You can play along with us this spring by opening a Sportsbet account and following the weekly tips.

Please gamble responsibly, scale bets to suit your budget and ignore any tips that appear to be totally dumb. Also be aware that we have set ourselves up nicely now for a first week wipe out!

You can check out last year's Betting Portfolio results here.

This Week's Free Form Guide

Caulfield - Lawrence Stakes - 15th Aug 2015

TRACK: GOOD(4) - WEATHER: CLOUDY - RAIL: OUT 3M


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Lawrence (Liston) Stakes 2015



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