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Great Week For Ratings Members

Posted on October 28th, 2013 by Red Belly Sports

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.