Horse Racing tips from early market moves review
The horse racing tips from the early market movers delivered a nice profit for punters last week.
Our proven model which detects professional punter movements in early markets identified 8 horses across the Caulfield and Randwick meets.
And the good news was that this resulted in 3 winners, delivering a 43% POT for punters who snapped up the odds when the article was published.
One of the biggest moves came for Greenspan in the Highway race at Randwick.
He firmed from his opening $4.20 quote right into a starting price of $3.30, before justifying the market interest with an easy win.
She's Ideal booted home paying $4 later in the day, whilst at Caulfield Diamond Effort saluted after being crunched from $4.40 to $3.80.
Results like this show the benefit of following the smart money.
There's been more moves detected for this Saturday's Caulfield and Warwick Farm meets, which you can access here.
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Free Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets Review
Punters would have been ultra-confident after reading last week's free horse racing tips column.
That's because two of our leading tipsters earmarked the same horse as their best play of the day.
Both Michael Gannon and Matt Buckland were all over the Chris Waller trained Subpoenaed at Randwick.
Gannon was sure that she would have too much class for them on Saturday.
Despite being first-up, two good trials gave Gannon the confidence that she would get the win.
Meanwhile, Buckland cited the fillly's huge potential and eye catching trial as to why he was keen.
He commented "she looks well place here and could well come out and win this with a leg in the air."
And she just about did that, after romping home by two lengths.
The market clearly thought so too, with Subpoenaed starting a $1.60 favourite.
We hope you got on with Gannon and Buckland at the $2.40 odds.
Get access to their best bets for Saturday in this week's edition here.
Lays of the Day review
The inter-office banter was at its best when James Beeson picked out Gannon and Buckland's best bet as one of his lays.
In a rare occurrence of late, it wasn't Beeso who had the last laugh however.
Despite Subpoenaed getting the job done, Beeso maintains an impressive record of 22 successful lays from his last 26 selections.
You can see which short-priced favourites he has potted this week here.
Or to see a summary of his lays from last Saturday, read on.
His first lay last Saturday was the $2.90 fav Aryaaf in Caulfield Race 5.
He was keen to avoid this filly, thinking that she was well under the odds.
Plenty of mugs were on her due to her first-up win and the high profile "Hayes factor".
She finished a length back in second.
Beeson's second lay was Subpoenaed in Randwick Race 5.
Beeson went against Gannon and Buckland here, thinking that this short-priced filly was too big a risk first-up.
But it was Gannon and Buckland who celebrated, with Subpoenaed getting home for an impressive win.
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Expressway Stakes review
Perhaps Beeso should have included Expressway Stakes favourite Alizee in his Lays of the Day selections.
In his preview of the Group 2 feature race at Randwick, Beeson picked out $7.50 Standout to topple the highly rated Godolphin runner.
It was the form he showed last preparation that gave Beeson the confidence to make Standout his top pick, commenting "the horse is on a steep upward trajectory and could well be the star of the Autumn Carnival."
That prediction could well bear fruit after the colt attacked the line to finish 1.5 lengths ahead of Alizee.
To see Beeso's preview of the Group 1 C F Orr Stakes including his top selections, read here.