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Trevor Lawson’s 2017 Caulfield Cup Day Quaddie

Caulfield Cup quaddie tips3ml of rain yesterday so they're putting 10ml on today. Assume the track will be a Good 3. Generally when the...
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2017 Caulfield Cup preview

Luke Murrell of Australian Bloodstock is one of Australia’s foremost form students, with an unmatched knowledge of horses across Australia, Europe and Asia.Each year we...
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Odds comparison: an online betting ring

Ahhh the good old days. Everybody loves reminiscing, and punters are definitely no exception. Remember? Before all these bloody corporate bookies took over? You could go...
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Harry Findlay: Larger Than Life

In a world where computer based betting systems and teams are growing more common by the day, punters like Harry Findlay are now all...
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Horses for courses – Victoria

In this series we will be going through the different metropolitan areas to give you descriptions of the unique characteristics of each track, how...
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Bet like a champ – part two

Following multiple strategies Last week we had a great question from one of our members who now bets for a living. The response from Rod...

Runners to watch: Randwick, October 14th

Shane Adair race reviews, blackbookers and race notes from Saturday's Sydney metro meeting at Randwick.

Runners to watch: Caulfield, October 14th

Luke Krahe race reviews, notes and blackbookers from Saturday's Melbourne metro meeting at Caulfield.
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Trevor Lawson’s Caulfield Quaddie: Oct 14th

Caulfield quaddie tips Rail: True (entire circuit) Weather: Fine - 20% chance of rain. 15-20km winds expected. Track: Good 4 Race 7 #1 Hartnell (G.Schofield / J.Cummings) Won well first...

Simple way to understand market percentages – Part two

Last time we looked at the basics of market percentages to hopefully give you a better understanding of an important aspect of punting. Getting...
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The Everest

Nathan Snow: With all the hype that has built around the inaugural Everest over the last few months, it’s easy to forget there’s an actual...
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Caulfield Guineas preview

The bet of the Spring goes around this Saturday. I named Royal Symphony the bet of the Spring in the Caulfield Guineas a month...
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Alan Woods: The Playboy Punter

When you think of the great computer-based punters of the world, there are three names that come to mind. Bill Benter, famed American gambler. Zeljko Ranogajec...
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Bet like a champ

This is heading element A sensible betting strategy As a maths-based punter, I find bank management one of the most interesting topics in punting. And the...
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Horses for courses – NSW tracks

In this series we will be going through the different metropolitan areas to give you descriptions of the unique characteristics of each track, how...

Runners to watch: Flemington, October 7th

Luke Krahe race reviews, notes and blackbookers from Saturday's Melbourne metro meeting at Flemington.

Runners to watch: Randwick, October 7th

Shane Adair race reviews, blackbookers and race notes from Saturday's Sydney metro meeting at Randwick.
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Trevor Lawson’s Flemington Quaddie: Oct 7th

Flemington quaddie tipsRail was out to 14m at the last Flemington meeting 10 days ago. It's back to 9m here so obviously there's 5m...
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Shanghai Rolex Masters

This is the ninth edition of the Shanghai Masters and while there are a number of missing stars, such as Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray,...
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Bill Benter: The Father of Computer Based Systems

  Bill Benter It’s been suggested that Bill Benter is the world's most successful gambler. While estimates of his fortune are largely speculation, there’s certainly no...