The shackles came off over the weekend with some big results for members at the track – none bigger than the $41 winner found by the in-form Trial Spy.
At The Track
The Trial Spy‘s stunning winter form continued on a huge Saturday for members, including an entry into our ‘Hall of Fame’ of big collects:
- Rock The House ($41/$16) took the lead and just kept on running to cruise home in the opener at Gold Coast
- Hard N Tough ($5.10) kept the winners coming at Wodonga
- Moonan Joyce ($5.90 place) nearly had members’ pockets overflowing but could only manage to finish in second
- Star Of Monsoon ($5.00) kicked things off with a tough win in Race 5
- Dreamforce ($3.80) held on down to the line to make it a winning day
- Albumin ($4.00) put the icing on the cake with a strong run on the fence
The results mean members have now profited over $1,800 in the past week alone.
- Magnesium Rose ($4.00) held on in a tight finish to start the day off strongly
- Demolition ($3.40) rounded the field up impressively in Race 4
- Hot favourite Barthelona was slaughtered in a horrendous ride to finish out of the placings
Guizot ($9.50) got out to a good price before the jump in Race 3, allowing Melbourne Ratings members to grab a piece of the pie to make it an even better day of results.
A profitable day in South Australia for Barby’s Bets members as well with Hard Empire ($4.60) saluting in the final race. It was an easy watch for members with their other bet in the race Boss Coni ($12) completing the Quinella.
Cameron O’Brien returned from a week off on Sunday and the result was… you guessed it, a winning day for Key Bets members.
- Omerta ($4.70) stuck its head out at the line to claim victory
- Hillbert ($1.90) shortened significantly before the jump and cruised home accordingly
- Adelaide Crows saw off Geelong in a tense final term
- Melbourne (-40.5) ran away with their contest against the Western Bulldogs in the second half
- Manly and Melbourne (under 41.5) played out a slug-fest at Brookvale Oval
- Canberra (-4.5) put the foot on North Queensland’s thorat in the final 20 minutes for a big win
Unfortunately Sunday was a let down for both sets of members as Collingwood (-12.5) had their bubble temporarily burst by West Coast, Port Adelaide (-29.5) was insipid in an awful game out West, and the Brisbane Broncos were ambushed by a red-hot Warriors side.
There were no such worries for High Low members, however, with Saturday becoming a Top 10 Day of Profit for a single day since launch – 33 months ago.
The weekend would see members finish with $1800 profit in a fantastic result as the High Low shoots for an amazing 18th straight winning month.