HUGE racing and sport winners! Our Hall of Fame

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Raise a glass to these heroes of the punt!

We’ve been lucky enough to have a few big winners over the years.

Here’s our Hall of Fame entries: those that won 15+ units in one swoop!

Key Bets – February 12 2022

Caulfield and Ascot
Outlay: 11.7 units
Profit: 33.6 units

How It Panned Out: Cameron O’Brien certainly knows how to deliver a huge winning day on the punt and this was one of his best! Check out this for a set of winners…

  • Unanimous (Caulfield) $6.90 Betfair SP
  • Earlswood (Caulfield) $14 Fixed ($19 BOB)
  • Firesale (Ascot) $31 Fixed ($74 Betfair SP)
  • This’ll Testya (Ascot) $26 Fixed ($34 Betfair SP)

Cricket Betting Tips – February 11 2022

India vs West Indies ODI
Odean Smith: High score for West Indies

Outlay: 0.5 units
Profit: 16.5 units

How It Panned Out: There’s cricket happening across the world all year round, which is why you want our man Mat Willoughby doing the form for you… he’ll find the value in games you might not even know about! India played West Indies and Mat landed us a huge winner!

Dean’s Winners – September 28 2021

Queanbeyan R5
#9 Bring It Bella
$12 / $3 fixed

Outlay: 2 units
Profit: 13 units

Runner Comment: Appears to mix form, but is a dry tracker that just can’t handle any dampness on the track. Two starts at this track / distance for a dominant win and a second. Inside draw big advantage this dry track

How It Panned Out: The market followed Dean in, with the $12 price halving by the time the race jumped. Bring It Bella stuck to the fence, which was the advantage Dean predicted, and delivered a nice payday for members!

Trial Spy – September 25 2021

Sandown R4
#9 Queen of Dubai
$27 / $5.50 fixed

Outlay: 1.5 units
Profit: 17.5 units

Runner Comment: Won Flemington 800m jumpout in 47.3 by a big margin, the clear quickest of 9 jumpouts under little pressure 17 September. Had excuses her past two starts. Maps to get an easy uncontested lead here.

How It Panned Out: The queen and Jordan Childs certainly got that uncontested lead, but the swoopers came from everywhere in the long Hillside straight. None of them had the power to overcome Queen of Dubai however, handing Trial Spy members a big win!

Dean’s Winners – September 18 2021

Caulfield R3
#4 Bon’s A Pearla
$33.30 Betfair SP

Outlay: 0.5 units
Profit: 15.2 units (after commission)

Runner Comment: The Caulfield 1400m heavily favours on-pacers, particularly at black type level. 6 of the past 8 winners of this race have settled in the first two. However the track pattern is favouring swoopers. Betting around Heresy, who can certainly win, but is too short in the market. Bon’s A Pearla has run quick closing sectionals in all three starts, the quickest last 800m of the day on debut and +5.5 lengths to benchmark over last the 800m in last start Sandown win.

How It Panned Out: A nice ride from unheralded jockey Jason Maskiell had Bon’s A Pearla well placed to use her late speed to come over the top of favourite Heresy. And the filly hit the line beautifully!

AFL Tips / AFL Specials – June 25 2021

Richmond vs St Kilda
Profit: 15.9 units

With Brett’s model giving some signals for a major upset, we had some small stakes on St Kilda 25+ and 40+, both of which paid off handsomely. AFL Specials went 2/2 to round off a massive night!

Melbourne Ratings – June 19 2021

Flemington R7
#2 Free To Move
($183.71 Betfair SP)

Outlay: 0.12 units
Profit: 20.6 units

It was a huge day for Trevor at Flemington, headlined by this stunning winner paying $183.71 at Betfair SP… the only way to back the longshots! (Best Tote was $93.70).

It was Trev’s biggest win on a day when he landed over 30 units in total profit, with other winners Unique Artist ($31.77 BSP) and Donttelltheboss ($12.49 BSP).

Greyhounds HQ – April 10 2021

Outlay: 16.5 units
Profit: 79.6 units

How It Panned Out: A combination of multis delivered our huge results for the weekend. On Friday night we had Epic Addi and Paris Bandit (Ascot Park, NZ), plus Ferdinand Boy (Ballarat) all salute for a nice 12 unit collect. But for our biggest result, we were left hanging all the way until late Saturday night, where we needed Sir Monty to win at Cannington to collect a profit of nearly 60 units… and win he did! On top of that, Joe scored another smaller multi at Cannington, as well as a large place bet on Ready For Magic at $2.75.

Key Bets – January 20 2021

Outlay: 7.3 units
Profit: 17.2 units

How It Panned Out: A massive night for Cameron in the west! We ended up backing three winners, starting in Race 4 where Camron had Downforce marked $2.70, and took the $4.20 fixed price on offer early. It saluted for a healthy collect.

Our big winner was in Race 5, where Cameron had Tovarich marked $6.90 and took it at BOB for another winner… paying $22.50. A triple overlay!

We rounded out the night in Race 7, backing $9.50 winner Interstate (rated $5.80).

Trial Spy – January 14 2021

Eagle Farm R8
#13 Georgie’s Pride
($41 win / $7 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units win, 1.0 unit place
Profit: 26 units

Runner Comment: Won Deagon 1050m Dec 29 trial by 0.5 lengths, beating Vinco who had already had two runs this prep, running second in Sat Metro grade then 4th in a $250k race. Time +6.5 / +8.5 last start was clear quickest of the day. Ran third on debut in a strong form race. Won first-up last prep. First-up here where she races best. Drawn out which should suit the way the track is playing today. Big price. If you miss the early price don’t panic as there’s a few they can back in this race and she could get back out

How It Panned Out: Jockey Taylor Marshall pushed hard out of the gates, immediately going to the front anf taking up the inside running. Headed by Rari at the top of the straight, Marshall peeled out and Georgie’s Pride showed superior ability to re-take the lead and hold out others.

Key Bets – October 28 2020

Bendigo R7
#8 Princess Jenni
($26 win)

Outlay: 0.6 units win
Profit: 15 units

Runner Comment: Princess Jenni came back well first up, ben a bit flat since but banking on her to bounce back now fifth up and likely set for this, can win at her top, over the odds.

How It Panned Out: Given a great ride just off the speed, Princess Jenni peeled to the middle of the track around the bend and went for home quickly, holding off the favourite Pondus near the line to claim the Bendigo Cup.

Golf Insider – October 12 2020

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
Martin Laird
($201 win / $51 place)

Outlay: 0.1 units each-way
Profit: 25 units

Player Comment: “We backed Laird last week, and the Scot played well for four days but didn’t hole enough putts to seriously challenge, and he missed out on a decent Top 20 finish by a few shots. He finished 28th last week but ranked 14th from tee-to-green, so his long game is trending nicely. Last week was also his best result post lockdown from his four starts across the PGA and Korn Ferry Tours, so his confidence should be returning. What appeals most is the fact that he lives in Arizona which is also filled with desert golf courses, just like the one this week in Vegas – so he’ll know how to handle the conditions as well as any, and this is the style of course he plays most often outside of the PGA Tour. It’s therefore no surprise that he won this event back in 2009, and then nearly won it the following year, but ended up coming 2nd. At 200/1+ plus this week I think Laird has to be backed as he’s trending nicely and loves the course and the desert golf test.”

How It Panned Out: Laird found himself at the top of the leaderboard for most of the weekend in Vegas, and a circus shot out of the bunker at the 9th for eagle saw the Scot build a 3-shot lead, however after saving par from an impossible spot ion the 17th, a bogey at the 18th meant a 3-way playoff would decided the title. After the trio couldn’t be split on the first extra hole, Laird sunk his birdie putt at the 17th to claim victory.

Dean’s Winners – October 10 2020

Caulfield Guineas Futures Bet
Caulfield R8
#3 Ole Kirk
($12 win / $3.80 place)

Outlay: 1.5 units each-way
Profit: 21.7 units

Runner Comment: Was very impressed with his fast finishing 2nd in the Run To The Rose behind Rothfire, running exceptional closing sectionals. That is the key leadup for the Golden Rose, which is in turn a key leadup for the Caulfield Guineas. Well bred colt with the right trainer. Should be second favourite and looks a great chance in both races.

How It Panned Out: After settling behind the speed, Ole Kirk was put into the race around the behind before letting down with a big run and swallowing up the leaders for another impressive win.

Dean’s Winners – September 26 2020

Golden Rose Futures Bet
Rosehill R7
#4 Ole Kirk
($15 win / $4.60 place)

Outlay: 1.5 units each-way
Profit: 26.4 units

Runner Comment: Was very impressed with his fast finishing 2nd in the Run To The Rose behind Rothfire, running exceptional closing sectionals. That is the key leadup for the Golden Rose, which is in turn a key leadup for the Caulfield Guineas. Well bred colt with the right trainer. Should be second favourite and looks a great chance in both races.

How It Panned Out: Rothfire went hard in front and looked the winner early in the straight, before Ole Kirk and North Pacific made their runs together down the outside. They both ran straight past the favourite and fought out a classic Group 1 finish, with Ole Kirk just going home the better to snatch victory.

Trial Spy – September 26 2020

Gold Coast R3
#15 Pythia
($26.50 win / $5.30 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 14.9 units

Runner Comment: Was good winning Hawkesbury 1000m May 25 trial +3.8. Race form ordinary but has had a trainer change and missed the start first up but wasn’t beaten far. Can surprise.

How It Panned Out: After settling near last and being ridden quietly, Pythia took an inside run around the bend and made ground quickly along the rails before being strong through the line to get the chocolates.

Trial Spy – September 13 2020

Cranbourne R3
#1 Alexander Hamilton
($40.20 win / $10.76 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 24.48 units

Runner Comment: Settled 3rd and finished home nicely for close 2nd in Mornington 26 Aug jumpout in good time for the day. Can surprise and sprint well fresh.

How It Panned Out: Settling near the back of the field after being well-supported in the market, the top-weight was pulled wide coming into the straight and clicked up a gear, thundering down the outside to arrive just in time.

Dean’s Winners – August 29 2020

Caulfield R8
#17 In Good Health
($71 win)

Outlay: 0.5 units win
Profit: 35 units

Runner Comment: Has put in two strong runs for new trainer this prep. On the up and can surprise here.

How It Panned Out: At the top of the straight In Good Health accelerated to the lead as race favourite Sirrconi challenged boldly. At the 150m mark the favourite drew level, but In Good Health kicked strongly and held on grimly for one of the biggest single collects in Champion Bets history.

Key Bets – August 22 2020

Moonee Valley R4
#11 Roland Garros
($51 win / $11 place)

Outlay: 0.2 units win / 0.6 units place
Profit: 16 units

Runner Comment: Backing this horse each way, on a 0.2 / 0.6 basis. He did not get the 3100m LST at WNBL, much better suited back to this trip, he should lead and will be hard to run down. There’s a couple better than him but at least he’ll be making his own luck in front. Good each way bet with more on the place.

How It Panned Out: In very trying conditions, Roland Garros found the front as expected and just kept going! Rounding the bend more than 6 lengths in front it was a very easy watch for members, with the roughie lapping up the heavy track.

Trial Spy – August 19 2020

Sandown Lakeside R3
#6 Raise ‘Em Up
($34 win / $6 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 19 units

Runner Comment: Won Cranbourne 800m jumpout in 2nd quickest time of the morning and quick time under no pressure beating sprinting types. Can sprint well early in prep, is going well.

How It Panned Out: Hang ‘Em High led into the straight and looked in some trouble as Shotmaker strode up to get level at the 100m. The roughie kicked gamely however, lifting off the canvas and getting the bob in for a huge result.

Dean’s Winners – April 4 2019

Randwick R7
#6 Quick Thinker
($51 win / $14 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 31.5 units

Runner Comment: Trainer has won 3 of the last 7 ATC Derbies. This horse is bred to stay and will be stronger for last prep when ran some solid races behind Shadow Hero.

How It Panned Out: Quick Thinker burst to the front at the top of the straight and looked to have gone a touch early, with Zebrowski and Eric the Eel closing. A neck-and-neck battle ensued with Zebrowski with Quick Thinker getting the upper hand near the line to hold on for a very tough win and a massive collect for members.

Golf Insider – March 5 2020

Arnold Palmer Invitational
Tyrrell Hatton
($51 win / $13.50 place)

Outlay: 0.25 units each-way
Profit: 15.63 units

Player Comment: “After a month out due to wrist surgery, Hatton came back at the Mexico WGC and continued where he left off. He played superbly tee-to-green all week showing no signs of rust or injury. He finished sixth on the week, but first in Strokes Gained: Tee-To-Green to further underline how good he is on tough golf courses. Bay Hill should suit the Englishman perfectly and it’s no surprise that the fiery Hatton finished fourth here on debut in 2017. Hatton won the Turkish Airlines Open just three starts ago so confidence couldn’t be higher. Hopefully he’s shaken off the putting rust and can compete once more this week at a generous price.”

How It Panned Out: In tough conditions all weekend, Hatton put himself in contention in the first round, sitting tied-fifth, before making a move on Day 2 to grab the lead. He was headed multiple times during the third round but continued to fight and eventually led by two shots heading into the final round. He staved off another Golf Insider selection in Marc Leishman to eventually take out the title with a score of -4.

Key Bets – December 13 2019

Albany R5
#6 Senso ($20 win)

Outlay: 0.8 units win
Profit: 15.2 units

Runner Comment: Can win third up, back to ABNY where he goes well, maps well and well overs, lock it in.

How It Panned Out: Senso got a great run throughout, sitting 5th one-off the fence in the run. As the field straightened for home, the #6 ducked back to the inside and ran past the leaders in a flash. We had to survive a late charge down the middle of the track from runner-up Notta Mocha, holding on by a head as members claimed a big scalp.

Golf Insider – December 6 2019

Mauritius Open
Rasmus Hojgaard
($151 win / $38.50 place)

Outlay: 0.1 units each-way
Profit: 18.75 units

Player Comment: “A friend of mine who played with Hojgaard at Q-School this year said he was the best young player he’s seen in a while. This immediately got my interest and when you look at how he qualified for the European Tour you can see straight away that this young Dane has something about him. After four average days to just about make the cut, Hojgaard then shot a pair of 66’s on the weekend to finish solo 5th. He finished a respectable 49th last week in South Africa and looks set to improve on that this week. Not much is known of this young Dane except he’s the brother of Nicolai Hojgaard who lost his European Tour card last season. I don’t think it will be long before this young bomber starts going off a lot less than 150/1.”

How It Panned Out: The young Scandinavian was there abouts all weekend before taking things to an extra round with a birdie on the last hole. Despite being just 18 years of age, Hojgaard had nerves of steel across the three playoff holes, shooting birdie-birdie-eagle to take out the crown and become the 3rd youngest winner on the European Tour… ever.

Golf Insider – September 12 2019

KLM Open
1st Round Leader
Callum Shinkwin
($126 win / $32 place)

Outlay: 0.1 units each-way
Profit: 15.5 units

How It Panned Out: The Englishman flew out of the blocks, taking advantage of some good early conditions to post -5 through the first 10 holes. He finished the round at -6 and was the clubhouse leader at halfway. 7 players finished the day’s play a shot behind Shinkwin in a tie for 2nd, but thankfully none were able to reach his low score.

WA Winners – August 17 2019

Belmont R2
Rocky Path
($19.10 win)

Outlay: 0.91 units win
Profit: 16.47 units

Runner Comment: Really impressed with PLATINUM BULLET on debut doing it at both ends and was especially strong late to hold off LONG BEACH who challenged all the way up the straight. ROCKY PATH will appreciate dropping back in distance. Backing PLATINUM BULLET and ROCKY PATH.

How It Panned Out: Rocky Path settled at the tail of the field and was aided by a fast pace up front, before weaving her way through the field in the straight to record an impressive victory. She defeated Mark’s other bet, Platinum Bullet, half a length.

UK Racing – August 8 2019

Sligo R5
#2 Dollar Value
($14.20 win / $2.80 place)

Outlay: 1 unit each-way
Profit: 15 units

Runner Comment: Tricky racing today at Sligo, but there is one bet that I like in the 7.40. The two favourites have question marks against them here,with one resuming after a break and the other holding overall poor form despite a better run last time. I prefer an each way bet on Dollar Value, who has fair hurdles form and needs plenty of ground as the horse is held up and stays on late. The 4 year old has plenty of scope and has been kept fit on the flat. I think we may see huge improvement over this extended mile and a half and.

How It Panned Out: Dollar Value made it’s move between the final two jumps to grab the lead going over the last, before running home strongly to salute by over a length.

Golf Insider – July 5 2019

3M Open
1st Round Leader
Scott Piercy
($61 win / $16 place)

Outlay: 0.25 units each-way
Profit: 18.75 units

Player Comment: Nil.

How It Panned Out: Piercy’s first Birdie didn’t come until the 5th hole, but the floodgates soon opened. He shot 8 Birdies in the final 11 holes to finish at 9 under – 2 shots clear of his closest rival after the opening day’s play. It was a blistering performance from the American, who didn’t drop a shot through the entire round either.

Golf Insider – July 1 2019

Andalucia Masters
Christian Bezuidenhout
($81 win / $21 place)

Outlay: 0.2 units each-way
Profit: 20 units

Player Comment: Like a few observers of the game, I had expected Bezuidenhout to have kicked-on by now and landed a first tour title. He certainly has the ability, it’s just a case of the young South African putting it all together on the course. We’ve seen flashes this year with a 2nd place in Qatar, 9th in Kenya, 4th in India and a 3rd place at the BMW International last week. Form at tracks like Delhi are a key to Bezuidenhout taking to Valderrama, and a Top 30 here last year after an opening 77 suggests he can handle the conditions. Good each-way bet here IMO.

How It Panned Out: The young South African started strongly to sit tied for 2nd after the first round before putting his foot down and building a 4-shot lead by the end of the second day. That became 5 shots heading into the final round and a couple of early birdies saw the lead blow out to 7 shots. Nerves seemed to be getting the better of him over the next 5 holes as four bogeys in five holes saw the lead quickly become just 3 strokes before a tough putt for par steadied the ship and 3 straight birdies followed as he saw off his challengers, led by local hero Jon Rahm, to claim an impressive victory.

Dean’s Winners – June 29 2019

Sunshine Coast R8
#9 River Racer
($34 win / $8.50 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 20.25 units

Runner Comment: Ran 3rd in this race last year when in similar form

How It Panned Out: River Racer settled in the back half of the field and was scrubbed along on the turn as the field bunched. Coming about 10 horses wide on the turn, jockey Matthew McGillivray found a gap and let down with an almighty burst, eventually winning comfortably by a couple of lengths on the line in a super impressive win.

Trial Spy – June 19 2019

Balaklava R3
#1 Heroes Quest
($101 win / $18 place)

Outlay: 0.2 units each-way
Profit: 23.4 units

Runner Comment: Trialled nicely when 3rd beaten 0.7L in time 9L above par, 3rd quickest of 11 trials on the day, beaten only by 2 black type performers, with 4L back to the 4th horse. Has mixed race form but could surprise after Morphettville May 30 1000m trial win ahead of this prep.

How It Panned Out: Heroes Quest led the field into the straight, stuck to the inside and simply just kept going! He got tired near the line but had just enough in the tank to hold off the challengers and salute at a massive early price.

Dean’s Winners – June 1 2019

Rosehill R7
#7 Hush Writer

Outlay: 1 unit win
Profit: 26.7 units

Runner Comment: First up over 2400m. Gai can do it and this horse has plenty of talent.

How It Panned Out: Hush Writer was a strong winner for Dean’s Winners members, leading a big field into the straight and kicking away on the bend. The talented runner started to tire near the line but managed to hold off some fast-finishing rivals for a great result.

UK Racing – May 17 2019

Aintree R1
#8 Included
($28 win / $6.40 place)

Outlay: 1 unit each-way
Profit: 31.17 units

Runner Comment: Just the evening meeting at Aintree today where it looks like they will have genuinely good ground. The opener is a mares handicap hurdle and it looks competitive, but I think one or two of these are well handicapped and I am backing Included. She has been off the track for a while but the trainer can get them ready no problem. She is a good ground horse and has been prepared for a summer campaign. The jockey booking is eye catching and I think she is still improving.

How It Panned Out: After settling on-pace, Included was held together well as she cruised up alongside the leader early in the straight before being driven out over the last jump to see off her rivals for a strong win.

UK Racing – May 6 2019

Warwick R2
#5 Golden Taipan
($30 win / $4.90 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units win / 1 unit place
Profit: 17.67 units

Runner Comment: The maiden is more competitive than the betting market suggests, and I am backing Golden Taipan each way. He will be a decent price and this horse has had a few quiet starts but looks ready to show his true form. His last run was encouraging and he will set behind the pace here and I think he is a potential rapid improver.

How It Panned Out: Golden Taipan settled midfield and never found himself too far away from the leaders. As the sprint went on, he looked to struggle initially before finding his stride and finishing off very well to see off the challengers, including a short-priced favourite, in impressive fashion.

Dean’s Winners – March 9 2019

Flemington R8
#6 Harlem ($41 win)

Outlay: 0.5 units win
Profit: 20 units

Runner Comment: Won this race at 50/1 for us in a big result last year, paying $100 Betfair SP.  Is going better this year. trainer has a great record in this race. Big chance.

How It Panned Out: The British import has struggled for consistency over the journey but had all his talent on display here. Underneath Jamie Kah, the gelding found himself in a thrilling scrap with Kiwi counterpart Shillelagh as they battled all the way to the line, sticking his neck out in time to claim top honours.

Key Bets – December 14 2018

Albany R7
#10 Molly Twohundred

Outlay: 0.7 units win
Profit: 15.4 units

Runner Comment: Nice run first up when she made up good ground over too short a trip 930m at Narrogin. She’ll map much closer to the pace today over this trip and she doesn’t deserve to be the price she is, well overs and lock it in.

How It Panned Out: As predicted, Molly Twohundred jumped well and led before pinching a length on the bend. Despite a wall of challengers inside the 200m, she held on strongly for a tough win at a great price.

NZ Tips – October 20 2018

Ashburton R1
#6 Attimo
($41 win / $8 place)

Outlay: 0.25 units win / 0.75 units place
Profit: 15.25 units

Runner Comment: The fav has a massive wrap and may well blow them away but $1.45 on a horse who is yet to perform on raceday means we shall spec a couple of on pacers.

How It Panned Out: While the short-priced favourite was well respected by Kiwi Chris, the value simply resided elsewhere. His predicted on-pace bias proved to be the right call with on-pacer Attimo taking out the race at massive odds and his other roughie selection also finishing 3rd for a place collect.

Key Bets – September 26 2018

Belmont R8
#16 Zetorio
$16 win

Outlay: 1 unit win
Profit: 15 units

Runner Comment: I don’t know why this horse is double figure odds!! I make this quite an open race but I do have him top pick and I think he’ll be very hard to beat. Won his MDN well at NTHM LST rating 94 and I can see improvement off that, only having his fourth career run, big price!

How It Panned Out: Zetorio settled worse than mid-field before finding a gap and some galloping room around the bend. Despite wanting to lay in multiple times down the straight, he managed to sustain a strong run down the centre of the track and hit the line strongly.

Trial Spy – August 10 2018

Scone R2
#18 Cloud Cover
($101 win / $26 place)

Outlay: 0.1 units win / 0.3 units place
Profit: 18.5 units

Runner Comment: Trialled ok twice but has run terrible in two career starts. New trainer might bring a display of true ability.

How It Panned Out: Cloud Cover settled near the back of the field and looked a long way off the pace in the straight before rocketing home down the middle of the track to snatch victory in a very tight photo.

Trial Spy – July 14 2018

Gold Coast R1
#6 Rock The House
($41 win / $16 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units each-way
Profit: 26.5 units

Runner Comment: Had a positive trainer change. Had trialled well for previous trainer winning Gold Coast 1000m trial Nov 13 in time 1.6L above par, although race form terrible.

How It Panned Out: Despite poor racing form, Rock The House never looked like being run down after finding the fence and leading all the way, extending in the straight to gap the rest of the small field comfortably.

Trial Spy – January 13 2018

Gold Coast R8
#11 Sunlight

Outlay: 1 unit win
Profit: 20 units

Runner Comment: Looked good winning 800m Flemington Jumpout 28 Sep in good time. Won Cranbourne trial prior to that on Sep 4 by 2L in nice style also. Slow away on debut aat Flemington but ran a good 3rd. Won Gold Coast 900m trial Dec 7 under no pressure in quickest time of the day, 11L above par (Ef Troop 7L above par on same day). Beat a horse called Outback Magic who was ridden out, and then came out and won the Listed fillies race yesterday on debut. Sunlight was scratched from that race due to its wide gate. Trial form ties in very well and is a huge price currently. Note needs to run this Saturday and earn enough prizemoney to qualify for the race, but odds will shorten sharply and is a big chance in the race if does so.

Melbourne Ratings – June 17 2017

Moonee Valley R4
#7 Stylish Miss

Outlay: 0.5 units win
Profit: 16.5 units

Melbourne Ratings – April 4 2017

Caulfield R4
#5 Lycurgus

Outlay: 0.77 units win
Profit: 15.54 units

Melbourne Ratings – March 22 2017

Sandown R5
#6 Alrouz

Outlay: 0.25 units win
Profit: 15 units

Melbourne Ratings – January 11 2017

Sandown R5
#11 Hennybodys

Outlay: 0.67 units win
Profit: 16.13 units

NZ Tips – December 30 2016

Kurow R7
#13 Mother Superior

Outlay: 0.5 units win
Profit: 16.5 units

Runner Comment: Showed plenty of early speed over further at Riccarton last prep, had a let a few gear changes could surprise.

Trial Spy – October 5 2016

Northam R4
#3 Public Spirit
($45.20 win / $7.40 place)

Outlay: 0.5 units win / 1 unit place
Profit: 28.5 units

Runner Comment: Monitor the price. Was a nice trial win coming from last in Pinjarra 1000m Aug 22 trial in decent time. Ran last first up but had a cardiac arrhythmia and is much better than that.

Trial Spy – December 7 2015

Terang R5
#8 Another Diamond
($21 win / $6 place)

Outlay: 2.5 units
Profit: 27.5 units

Runner Comment: Bet365 $23, $21 everywhere else. $6 place across the board. Take best fixed. Two racetrack runs terrible, although set a cracking pace on debut, then ran off the track at second start. Sent back to the trials and won Colac 1000m Dec 1 trial by 4.5L in blistering time well above average, quickest for the day and beating some handy types. Repeat of that can win this.

Trial Spy – October 11 2015

R3 Box Trifecta (25%)
1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 12, 14

Outlay: 0.52 units win
Profit: 26.47 units

NZ Tips – June 19 2015

Riccarton R2
#7 Pheasant
($31 win / $8.50 place)

Outlay: 0.75 units each-way
Profit: 29.63 units

Runner Comment: Won 2 and placed in 2 last winter here on heavy tracks, no recent form but gets conditions to suit today and if back to best can win.

Trial Spy – December 3 2014

R2 Box Trifecta (100%)
1, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11

Outlay: 1.2 units win
Profit: 15.32 units

Trial Spy – August 2 2014

Kembla Grange
R3 Box Trifecta (60%)
1, 4, 5, 12, 13

Outlay: 0.6 units win
Profit: 37.27 units

Trial Spy – September 14 2013

Rosehill R7
#4 Zoustar

Outlay: 1 unit win
Profit: 16 units

Trial Spy – May 9 2013

Wyong R2
#1 Estonian Princess
$15 (place)

Outlay: 1.5 units place
Profit: 21 units