Tag Archives: The Rating Bureau

CS Hayes Stakes Preview

After an inconclusive Manfred Stakes, Daniel O'Sullivan has rated the Stuart Webb trained colt $8 in a wide open CS Hayes Stakes. With a positive barrier he can settle closer and will shorten from $15 on the Exchange.

The Rating Bureau: Australia Stakes, Friday 27th January 2017

'Black Heart Bart is the clear standout in this and we are happy to be accordingly.'

The Ratings Bureau: Magic Millions 2YO Classic

Both Houtzen and From Within come into this race with dominant ratings and we are prepared to back both, playing for the best result on Houtzen who has proven her ability with higher pressure early speed.

The Rating Bureau: Darley Classic

“From Barrier 5 here Our Boy Malachi should settle just off the leading bunch with cover (perfect) and then if he unleashes the same finishing effort he did last start, he’ll be very hard to hold out.”

The Rating Bureau: 2016 Melbourne Cup

The Rating Bureau’s Daniel O’Sullivan is betting around Hartnell & Jameka. “Both Oceanographer and Almandin appeal as the clear betting value in this race.”

The Rating Bureau: Coolmore Stud Stakes

Extreme Choice and Astern appeal as potential value, however Extreme Choice looks best set up to potentially reach a new career peak here and that makes us lean his way as a good betting prospect.

The Rating Bureau Early Market Overlays: Caulfield, 27th August 2016 – Memsie Stakes Day

The Rating Bureau finds three value back bets on Memsie Stakes Day at Caulfield. Read what they are in the Early Market Overlays.

The Rating Bureau: WATC Derby

It’s always a risk taking on such a dominant favourite as Kia Ora Koutou, but the prices are right to gamble on two better value runners to beat him...

The Rating Bureau: Queen Elizabeth Stakes

The United States has really emerged in his second Australian preparation as a genuine top class prospect. His last start win in The Ranvet returned a solid 104.5 rating, which represents the best recent form.

The Rating Bureau: ATC Oaks

The Vinery Stakes looks the right form line here and we’re keen on those with the improvement profile that could see them run to clear new peaks, as historical winners of the Oaks typically do.