Bookies’ Bag: On Course Bookmakers’ LAY Nominations Saturday 12th November

Posted: November 11, 2016

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 12th November below.


JOHNATHON WALSH (VIC)

Sandown Race 7 #1 Who Shot Thebarman


Walsh Says: “The international horses in the Zipping classic are most likely to improve off their first run on Australian like all others have. The horse is going well but this year’s race looks stronger than last time he won it and I’m keen to lay him as favourite.”


RAY SWANNIE (VIC)

Sandown Race 6 #1 Morton’s Fork


Swannie Says: “Has winning form up to 1400m but looks very short for a horse that I believe is suspect at 1600m which he faces here again today. Bookmakers are born to lay even money chances.”


NORM OKE (VIC)

Sandown Race 6 #1 Morton’s Fork  


Oke Says: “Has opened a touch over even money in a race that’s undoubtedly an afterthought. Gets to Sandown for the first time and would be inclined to lean to Jennifer Lynn who looks very promising and is double the price.”


KEVIN SABER (VIC)

Dunkeld Race 6 #4 Siga La Vaca  


Oke Says: “Up in class drawn wide on a tight track with plenty of pace to his inside. Chris Caserta rides well but has no claim here. Great lay around the $3.00 mark.”


CURLY SEAL (SA)

Morphettville Race 6 #6 Brown Ben


Seal Says: “Perfectly suited last start first up with lots of speed on. Yet to win second up and he’ll get back again but I doubt there will be pressure up front to allow him to finish off like he did fresh.”


PETER McCORMACK (WA)

Ascot Race 7 #6 Vega Magic


McCormack Says: “Looked desperately unlucky last start when hopelessly held up. Meets many of its rivals on better terms at the weights and has been backed in early markets to less than $3.00 However, there’s several other runners from the lead up race who also had similar back luck, but were not so obvious to punters who only had eyes for one horse. Anything but a soft lead will present this horse and i’s apprentice jockey with a difficult task.”


STEVE WALTERS (TAS)

Doomben Race 2 #2 Another Whiskey


Walters Says: “Back marker who might just be run off his feet with plenty engaged here. This track can show bias to those at the front and this runner will need luck.”


BARRY COOK (NSW)

Canterbury (N) Race 1 #4 French Blue


Cook Says: “Beat nothing on debut at Wyong and looks to be in a race with solid speed with Tornadic and Diplomacia pushing forward outside it. That may become problematic for this runner and its early quote of $2.80 seems ridiculous. Get in the bag!”


DAVID DWYER (NSW)

Rosehill Race 1 #7 Veranillo


Dwyer Says: “Looked impressive winning its only trial from the Godolphin team. However, it has found a race full of expensive horses from leading stables. At $3.00 I’m quite happy to find out how good it is!”


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