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

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Confused Much?

What is the collective noun for a group of WFA racehorses going across the line in a tightly bunched group?

Maybe a confusement of racehorses?

How about a race callers nightmare?

Here are the photo finishes from racing.com for last week's Maykbe Diva Stakes and the Memsie Stakes from a few weeks ago.

In the Makybe Diva Stakes there was 12 horses within 2.35L of the winner. In the Memise there were 12 horses within 3.25L of the winner. Ten of the same horses competed in both events, with barely anything between them.

"We feel like such a tightly knitted group now" said one runner, "and we have really bonded as a unit. Really looking forward to the next catch up in a few weeks and working together as a team. Synchronised horse racing is going to be the next big thing. "

Whilst it is great for humans to all huddle together to get a good selfie photo, the same doesn’t really apply to racehorses. That's why we don’t give them selfie sticks. We really don't want to encourage this sort of behaviour.

So punters - who do you back going forward? All of them are going to improve. How do you decide between them? (without using a ruler).

Our view is you only pick one from the finish, and look for horses with new form lines in the next race.

The other option is to just go totally mad looking for every minor argument for and against each runner. We prefer to keep the punting madness for Cup Week though.

Last Week's Results

12 Cups and a few winners

It was a fantastic day's racing at Flemington last weekend, with some spring weather (finally), free entry, and Bart's 12 Cups on public display inspiring much awe.

The tips didn't quite inspire as much awe though, but there were a few winners floating around.

The detailed form preview was worth a read again, with the Roughie in the main race 15-RISING ROMANCE running 2nd W=$15.20, and we launched the most unconvincing argument ever as to our Lay of the Day, Race 8: 6-NOBLE PROTECTOR 13th W=$2.90 who started at short odds, got stuck on the rails, and disappointed, which is what we meekly predicted.

The Betting Portfolio made a small profit with the confident top pick and Best Each Way Bet getting up in the Bobbie Lewis down the straight. It just wasn't quite enough to nudge us back into season profit though.

BEST EACH WAY: Race 6: 11-CHURCHILL DANCER 1st W=$8.50

2015 Spring Campaign: 5 weeks - 2 profits - 3 returns - 0 wipe out. Net: $-9.80

We report all of our results as a $1 Victorian TAB tote dividend as a consistent benchmark that everyone has access to, no matter when the bet is placed, though often better odds are available through the various corporate bookmakers.

You can play along with us this spring by opening a Sportsbet account and following the weekly tips. Make sure you are getting the best odds and money back offers possible with Top Tote Plus from Sportsbet.

View last week's Makybe Diva Stakes 2015 results.

See how the tips and Betting Portfolio are going at the Bottom Line.

This Week's Free Form Guide

Caulfield - Naturalism Stakes - 19th Sept 2015

TRACK: GOOD(4) - WEATHER: CLOUDY - RAIL: OUT 9M


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FROM THE STEWARDS REPORT
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Sandown 26/08/2015 - Race 7

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- and WHERE?




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