Mar 09, 2018 02:36 AM
Author: Mike Steward
Revealing the smart money driving Flemington & Randwick betting markets
We had two winners from the first three early market movers in last Saturday's reports. As they continued to firm quite a bit before they jumped, the starting price profit left us with a slight loss (29% POT) on the day. Punters betting soon after receiving our report would have certainly finished in front.
Saturday's action is filled with Group 1 racing with the Newmarket and Australian Cup at Flemington and the Canterbury Stakes and Randwick Guineas at Randwick. Our team identified the early money in Saturday's betting markets and then applied our 'Smart Money' tests to come-up with these specials.
Flemington Early Market Movers
Impressive when second-up last preparation. Extra distance this time around suits more. Good enough first-up over the 1400m. Contender.
Finished close to a useful galloper at his recent outing when jumping wide at this distance. A little up in grade but drops 3kg.
Solid run from the back of the field after jumping wide at Caulfield to finish 2.75L fourth. That run had 1400m written all over it.
Solid first-up performance at this distance when she was one of the only runners to make ground in the race. Won her only second-up start and with Oliver in top form, expect her to find a good position in the running.
Nice effort to finish a close third in the G3 Vanity over this course at her recent outing against Group 1 level opposition. Expecting a solid tempo in the race which suits her backmarker racing style. Top contender.
A lot to like about his first-up performance at Caulfield 2000m. Terrific record at the track and at the distance. Expect a bold effort.
Randwick Early Market Movers
Well rated in this race with only one or two rivals with conditions to suit and enough class to trouble her. Drawn well for a good sit in the running and looks set for the mile this time out.
I AM EXCITED
Solid win first-up at this distance. Looks to have two key rivals here and rates nicely. Unknown on wet tracks but market move is encouraging.
Impressed in both of her career runs to date. Gapped the field in a recent trial by a massive 10 lengths. Expect a big show.
Won the G2 Missile beating Le Romain on a soft track first-up last preparation. Consistent mare and Lees will have her ready for this.
Her close second to Grunt last Saturday in the Guineas rates very well. Genuine improvement with each race this campaign. Top chance at odds.
Returns after a freshen before winning three from as many starts. Proven on soft ground and well drawn to get a sit in the running. Ticks the boxes.