It is beyond explanation why race 1 on Wednesday at Canterbury contained just three runners. There were six scratchings, and with prizemoney being paid down to 5th place, it certainly was a mystery why so few horses started. The race was a Maiden for three-year-olds; on the flip side, race 1 at Sandown on Wednesday was also a Maiden but was for three-year-olds and up. They had 13 runners, with three-year-olds filling the first four placings. Continue reading “Canterbury 15 August 2018”
Is there a better system in racing than backing Matthew Dunn’s horses in the Highway races in Sydney?
Since the start of winter, Matthew has won four Highway’s with horses at $6, $15, $6.50 and $9. I suspect if you backed Matthew’s horses year round in these races, you would be well ahead. Matthew is a very good trainer that I rate very highly, and the fact that he can trial his horses in metro company in Brisbane is a big plus. Following a trainer in a certain type of race is nothing new… Gai in two-year-old races, Bart in staying races; but in sheer percentage terms, and the amount of runners Matthew brings to Sydney, there appears to be no better system in racing as we speak. At Rosehill, Matthew has had 23 runners for six winners, and five places with a $ROI of 94.8% Continue reading “Rosehill 11 August 2018”