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Hobart Ratings: July 23rd 2017

Sunday Tasmanian Ratings from The Rating Bureau heads back to Hobart this week with an eight-race card. Get expert analysis including Pace & Map, Comments, Ratings and Betting Strategy from The Rating Bureau.

Devonport Ratings: July 16th 2017

After a solid debut at Hobart last weekend, Sunday Tasmanian Ratings from The Rating Bureau returns with action from Devonport this week. Pace & Map, Comments, Ratings and Betting Strategy.

Hobart Ratings: July 9th 2017

NEW to The Hub, Sunday Tasmanian Ratings from The Rating Bureau. Featuring Pace & Map, Comments, Ratings and Betting Strategy. #BetSmart at Hobart this Sunday with TRB.

Race Assessment: WJ Healy Stakes

Upstart Pride " appeals as a great long shot in this race. He’s a fast front runner with numerous ratings in his past that can win this race." Check out The Rating Bureau's full race assesment

Race Assessment: Moreton Cup

The Rating Bureau provide one betting strategy for the Sires Produce...

Race Assessment: Stradbroke Handicap

"The Stradbroke is naturally a very open race with plenty of winning chances. The lead up form and overall profile of key contenders suggests that a rating of at least 104 at the weights will be required to win and potentially towards the 106 mark."

Race Assessment: The Sires Produce

The Rating Bureau provide one betting strategy for the Sires Produce...

Race Assessment: The Magic Millions Roses

The Rating Bureau provide two betting strategies for the Magic Millions Roses, with uncertainty over the amount of rain that will fall at the track and how that impacts the main chances...

Race Assessment: Rough Habit Plate

Shocking Luck presents with a terrific profile for the Rough Habit Plate and tops the assessed prices according The Rating Bureau

Race Assessment: Hollindale Stakes

"It’s impossible to see the race being won in anything less than a 99 rating..."