Red Belly Ratings delivered another profitable week for members, winning 8.7 units across four days of betting.
The profit came despite the fact our frustrating run of second placings continued.
A profit of 8.7 units equates to the following cash amounts:
• For a $50 per unit punter – $435
• For a $100 per unit punter – $870
• For a $1000 per unit punter – $8,700
Here’s a breakdown of our betting activity:
Wednesday at Randwick
We invested into three races for a winner and two seconds:
• Marmello won at $4.40 (rated a $2.90 chance)
• Corryvreckan ($8) and Girl Gone Rockin ($4.80) were both beaten in tight finishes.
Result: 0.58 units profit
Thursday at Hawkesbury
We invested into four races for two winners:
• Aztec Rose ($2.70 rated a $2.40 chance)
• Papillon Rouge ($2.40 rated $2.15)
In the other race we invested substantially in, the Peter Snowden runner Oils ran unplaced.
We also had a very small wager (0.31 units) on Definite, which was almost a double overlay ($31 on offer when we had it rated a $17 chance), it also ran unplaced.
Result: 3.31 units profit
Friday at Canterbury
We invested into three races for two winners:
• Our Boy Nicholas ($3.80 rated a $2.40 chance)
• She’s A Stalker ($2.80 rated $2.15)
Our other selection I’ve Got The Looks was unplaced
Result: 6.73 units profit
Note: several members also told us they back the double overlay Cleansing Ale ($6 rated a $3 chance).We weren’t on because we had some question marks, but we were happy to see members utilising Red Belly Ratings to find value winners.
Saturday at Rosehill and Moonee Valley
We invested into 7 races for 2 winners and three seconds.
The winners were:
• Green Beret ($12 rated an $8.50 chance)
• Savvy Nature ($2.10 rated $1.70)
Capital Commander ($11), Heart Testa ($3.50) and Donelle ($4.40) all ran close seconds, while Rutherglen as were our Cox Plate selections (It’s A Dundeel & Green Moon).
It would have only taken one or two of those seconds to turn into firsts and our week would have been massive, but we’re not complaining.