Free racing tips August 12: Cameron O’Brien (Key Bets) at Sandown
Cameron’s betting approach is centred around his proprietary form database, which he has developed over many years by seeking the most accurate and reliable data across all form factors.
This database covers all Australian racing and produces a proprietary rating figure for each performance, which Cam uses as a basis for pricing upcoming runners and zeroing in on value bets.
This allows Cameron to look all around Australia for the best meetings and races each day, and zero in where favourable betting conditions and value presents itself. While Cameron’s favoured betting playgrounds are traditionally Western Australia and Victoria, he often heads elsewhere given the amount of data he’s armed with.
So whether it’s Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane or anywhere else, Key Bets members get Cameron’s best from everywhere.
Free Racing Tips August 12: Key Bets
Victoria has mid-week metro racing at Sandown today. The track is rated a Soft 7 and the rail is in the 2 metre position.
Key Bets members received Cameron’s bets for Sandown this morning. They also get their daily audio message where he takes them through the meeting particulars and selections.
They’ll receive the same for Belmont later today.
Today’s free tip:
Sandown Race 3
#4 Protection Money: currently $3.30 with TopSport
Top rater and the one to beat. Ollie going on this one instead of CRACKSMAN is a plus. Maps in the right spot and probably just needs to hold last start rating to win this.
Results and blackbookers from Saturday’s metro meetings in Melbourne and Sydney are updated. Each week you can get the horses to follow out of Saturday racing, thanks for pro punters Mark Rhoden (Sydney) and Trevor Lawson (Melbourne). Check out Melbourne here, and Sydney here.
Champion Bets rugby league analyst Steve Green is well placed to record his fifth-straight winning betting season. He joins us on the podcast to chat about the 2020 NRL betting season to date, how he sees the rest of the season unfolding, and his own shift to full-time professional punting. Listen here.