Monday, 3 September 2018

Monday's Multibet (3rd September)

I haven't had an update on this website in a long time. 

Just don't have many opportunities for a multibet so it kind of makes this website redundant. Perhaps I should say dormant - because there is always the possibility of an eruption of bets. 

Anyway, I have three horses running tomorrow that may have a fair chance of going ok. I don't like to say anything beyond ok as I don't like to tempt fate. 

2:30 Brighton - Keyhaven (40/1)

James Fanshawe's horse was fancied on debut and didn't show much - then disappointed the second start. There is a chance this two-year-old has the ability to go ok. At 20/1 is worth a speculative each-way bet. With these type of horses, they either win or unplaced so time will tell. 

Keyhaven 40/1 4th 

Ran well, touching about 11/4 in-running and odds-on to be placed. Irritating it didn't get placed but can't complain. 

4:55 Windsor -  Venture (9/2)

Clive Cox holds this horse in some regard. Has to take on a favourite who has a decent amount of ability even though the eternal bridesmaid (he is a colt). Venture is considered a fair juvenile who should hit the frame if those assumptions are correct. 

Venture 8/1 6th 

The drift outside 13/2 price guide didn't speak well. I would expect to see this horse do better in the future. 

6:20 Newcastle - Mistress Of Love (10/3)

Karl Burke must have been disappointed to see this $1000,000 filly struggle on debut. The odds-on shot proved something of an embarrassment for Spigott Lodge who must have been expecting a victory and news coverage for a positive start to her career. It didn't happen. Must go much better on the all-weather and I would be surprised it this filly isn't in the first three. 

Mistress Of love 9/2 1st

Big drifter in the market but that's the difference between knowing something and not. Won easily. 


Advised bet - Each-way Patent (7 bets: 3 singles, 3 doubles, 1 treble)

About 500/1 accumulator 

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