The 2019 Gold Coast Magic Millions race card has provided a number of vicious early betting moves, where pro punters have savaged opening prices in their early hunt for value.
This meeting is regularly subject to strong opinions, especially the rich maiden race where trainers often set one up for a betting coup.
Flemington has also seen significant betting interest on some runners that appear to have opened well over the odds.
The key moves that fall into our methodology are detailed below.
Gold Coast Tips from market moves
Appears to be a classic set up by Gai and Adrian to take out the rich Magic Millions Maiden event. Suspect this galloper has been set to peak for this race.
Last start she was given a quite ride by Corey Brown before grinding away to finish 2 of 11, which preserved her “Maiden” status.
The suspected well-hatched plan reaches its finale on Saturday and this filly should be winning with ease.
Was hard in the market and ran well last start when finishing 2 of 12 behind Tally in the Shoot Out quality at Doomben.
Could easily make a case that he should have won on that occasion and it won't surprise to see him turn the tables on Tally here.
Was desperately unlucky last start and can atone. Yes.
Is short enough now at $1.75 however looks a clear “put in take out job” for punters across the nation.
There is some pace to contend with here, however it would be a brave rider to take her on early.
She should have the superior tactical speed to carve across and find the rail. The money looks spot on.
Won well last start and must be as bright as a button at home to warrant this severe attention in early betting.
The second up record is also attractive (2:1-1-0) and she only has the same sex to contend with again in this restricted fillies and mares race.
The extra distance (1300m) looks ideal. Yes.
Flemington Tips from market moves
Comes out of a Stony Creek maiden where she was also heavily supported in betting, before darting through late to claim the leaders.
Connections appear to be letting the money ride again in town, and there is no reason she can't repeat the effort from an inside draw where there will be options to race forward or back.
The stable love a bet and rarely miss.
Arrives following a 4 week freshen which looks the key here. Add to that gun hoop Damien Oliver opting to take the ride.
He was good last start where 2 of 9 in the Werribee Cup over this distance when he chased hard for the entire straight. That run will have him fit enough, and with the short break, expect him to be dynamic when they decide to sprint. Yes.
Order Of Command
Looks the best bet of the day nationwide, following two ultra impressive wins down the Flemington straight this prep.
He has all the ticks including Oliver to ride and a speed map which suggests the leaders will go hard and set it up for him to run on late.
Very hard to see anything beating him.
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