Lay Nominations, Saturday 4th November 2017

Every week at Betfair, On Course Bookmakers from across the country will be nominating their LAY of the week. 

Get the latest LAY nominations for Saturday 4th November below.

Kevin Saber (VIC)

Moonee Valley Race 3 #9 Jolie’s Cafe

Walsh Says “Non-winner with risky jockey aboard (Chris Caserta). Significantly up in class so weight drop may not be enough.”

Peter McCormack (WA)

Ascot Race 7 #11 Caipirinha

McCormack Says: “Looks to be a false favourite in this field. She has been less than convincing at her two runs this campaign and now rises to weight for age company against strong opposition. A number of horses including Dainty Tess and Profit Street have stronger form lines and I would be surprised if she doesn’t “blow” in the market.”

Ray Swannie (VIC)

Flemington Race 6 #16 Shoals

Swannie Says: “Taking on the older mares for the first time with a new jockey could prove to be a big task.”

David Dwyer (NSW)

Rosehill Race 4 #6 Black on Gold

Dwyer Says: “Very impressive run last start and looks well weighted here. However it will be last and giving some good horses a start in a race with no pace. Happy to take on at $2.30.”

Barry Cook (NSW)

Newcastle Race 5 #7 Tiny Taj

Cook Says: “Will start very short & got all favours last start. Happy to let the punters on!”

Steve Walters (TAS)

Morphettville Race 5 #3 Get the Nod

Walters Says: “Looks more than likely be standing up the leaders a fair start and looks to be a good lay.”

Norm Oke (VIC)

Flemington Race 4 #2 Harlem

Oke Says “Looks a very even race. Harlem finished eighth in the Caulfield Cup and needed clear running earlier. I think that interference has been overplayed and he was entitled to hit the line stronger. Very short at 3/1 ($4.00) in early betting.”

Curly Seal (SA)

Morphettville Race 2 #4 Hussybay

Seal Says “Winner of its last two starts, but up class and distance, risking at $1.70.”

Jonathan Walsh (VIC)

Flemington Race 3 #5 Neita

Walsh Says “Had every chance last start to my eye and maps to sit mid field against the fence. I’m happy to put in as favourite in Saturday’s race.”

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