Trading Update – 19th June 2017



Paul Daily from Ratings2win found the plunge horse in the Ipswich Cup. He tipped Self Sense and Jumbo Prince. Self Sense bolted in by almost 7 lengths, he matched at a high of $11 and to close BSP favourite at $3.32.


The Bookies bag  went 5/8 correct lays. Winners: Zamex, Scales Of Justice and Lord Da Vinci. Losers: Data Point, If Not Now When, Badajoz & Super Haze.


NRL Model   went 4/4 with The NRL Analysts  0/2. AFL Model was 2/6 with The AFL Analysts  1/3.

 Despite an avalanche on the Betfair Exchange, Ipswich Cup winner Self Sense traded the 11th highest winner by volume. Bookmakers across the country could tell a different story with most trading $10-11. Ubet posted $14 on Wednesday which opened up a great Back-To-Lay opportunity with Self Sense closing $3.32.

 Data Point was another interesting market mover. With the Moonee Valley track playing against horses mapping wide and swooping it was surprising to see punters coming for him in race eight. He traded $7.00 into $4.47 ranking 11th biggest loser for the day.

 At Rosehill, Zamex was set a big task but scored in style for trainer Matthew Dunn. He as $4.61 into $2.22 before a big drift late, closing BSP favourite at $3.25. The stable have indicated that the Sunshine Coast guineas is his next target which opens up a mouth-watering contest with the Snowden trained Acatour who was unlucky in the Ipswich Eye Liner.

 Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. Gaulois (Rosehill) 2. Scales Of Justice (Belmont Park) 3. Test The World (Rosehill) 4. Maternal (Ipswich) 5. Zamex (Rosehill)

 Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. Heart Starter (Moonee Valley) 2. Carzoff (Rosehill) 3. Leodoro (Moonee Valley) 4.Moss N Dale (Rosehill) 5. Soho Ruby (Moonee Valley)

 Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. Judicial Man (Bendigo) 2. Ebony Ripper (Albion Park) 3. Fanta Bale (Albion Park) 4. Aussie Infared (Warrnambool) 5. Jay Bale (Albion Park)

 Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. Elantris (Richmond) 2. Beside The Truth (Wentworth Park) 3. Silvertop (Wentworth Park) 4. Brightest Star (Ipswich) 5. Fancy Seeing You (Mandurah)

 Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. Vincent (Menangle) 2. Delightful Memphis (Albion Park) 3. Stars Align (Shepparton) 4. Wobelee (Ballarat) 5. Our Uncle Sam (Menangle)

 Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. Heres A Real Go (Cranbourne) 2. Donski (Shepparton) 3. Nitro Nikky (Ballarat) 4. Stars Of Courage (Ballarat) 5. Bronski Mackenzie (Albion Park)

 Top Five winners by volume traded –Top Five winners by volume traded – 1. India (v Bangladesh ICC) 2. Pakistan (v Sri Lanka ICC) 3. Rafeal Nadal (v Warwrinka) 4. India (v South Africa) 5. Spain (v Macedonia)

 Top Five Losers by volume traded – 1. England (v Pakistan ICC) 2. Roger Federer (v T Haas) 3. Serbia (v Wales) 4. England U21 (v Sweden U21) 5. Mexico (v USA).

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