BETFAIR TRADING UPDATE
High – The streak continued for our hot tipsters as John Lawson and Ben Krahe maintained their 100% strike rate an extended their streak to nine straight lays in the The Pro Lays. While Barry Cook and Ray Swannie extended their lead atop the Bookies Bag and in the process extended their successive lay streak to seven.
Mid – It was a mixed week for the Bookies Bag as the group the collective group had 5/8 successful lays. Jonathon Walsh’s daring lay of Bloodlette at Echuca on Sunday was the pick of the yard, while Peter McCormack returned to the winners list with a respectable lay of Royal Missile at Ascot. However, David Dwyer’s horror run continued. He has now gone four consecutive weeks without a successful lay and has plummeted to the bottom of the leaderboard.
Low – The Tri Light Series’ struggles continued as all three of our tipsters failed to hit their best and value bets. However, the trio can take solace in the fact that they were successful with their lay nominations.
Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. Spanish Reef (Flemington) 2. Estijaab (Randwick) 3. Redzel (Randwick) 4. Kings Will Dream (Flemington) 5. Kementari (Randwick)
Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. Gailo Chop (Flemington) 2. Performer (Randwick) 3. Vitani (Pakenham) 4. Samovare (Flemington) 5. Tin Hit (Flemington)
Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. Rocknroll Icon (Geelong) 2. Chok Chai (Gloucester Park) 3. All Inflight (Terang) 4. Eleniark (Albion Park) 5. Wobelee (Melton)
Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. Better B Chevron (Gloucester Park) 2. Delightful Memphis (Menangle) 3. Custodian (Melton) 4. Juliuss (Port Pirie) 5. The Aussie (Hobart)
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