Flemington Tips – best bets for Flemington on Saturday

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FLEMINGTON TIPS

Previous Flemington Tips :

 

July 21

Race 1 – 11:55AM VRC RECOGNITION HANDICAP (1400 METRES)MISS PANDANUS

Race 3 – 1:05PM VALE JACK FRANKLIN HANDICAP (2500 METRES)THUNDER CLOUD

Race 8 – 4:15PM K.A. MORRISON HANDICAP (2000 METRES)PACODALI

July 7

 

Race 2 – 12:25PM VRC-CRV Cup Tour Trophy (2000 METRES)SIXTIES GROOVE

Result (1st – $1.75)

Race 6 – 2:50PM Banjo Paterson Series Final (2600 METRES)CHOYSA 

Result (unplaced)

Race 7 – 3:30PM A.R. Creswick Series Final (1200 METRES)NATURE STRIP

Result (1st – $1.50)

 

June 23

Race 3 – 12:51PM Great Ocean Road Handicap (1100 METRES)ORDER OF COMMAND

Result (4th)

Race 5 – 2:06PM High Country Handicap (2520 METRES)HIGH CHURCH

Result (unplaced)

Race 7 – 3:26PM Brian Beattie Handicap (1400 METRES) OZI CHOICE

Result (2nd)

 

June 9

Race 2 – 12:15PM Trevor Clarke Handicap (2500 METRES)FALAGO

Result (3rd)

Race 5 – 2:05PM Ken Cox Handicap (1000 METRES)ABILITY

Result (unplaced)

 

May 19

Race 5 – POITREL HALL OF FAME TROPHY (2000m) 2:10pmBOOM TIMEResult (1st – $2.80)
Race 7 – ANDREW RAMSDEN STAKES (3200m) 3:30pmCHEQUERED FLAGResult (3rd)

What Bets To Place at Flemington Races

 

SINGLE: The most common bet. The single bet involves betting on your selection to win, place, or both (each-way). If betting each-way (see our guide for what an each-way bet is), the stake is doubled as you are betting on your selection to win, and also to place.

 

QUINELLA: A Quinella bet is available on every thoroughbred, harness and greyhound race provided there are at least three or more runners. To win a Quinella, you must successfully predict the 1st and 2nd placegetters in any order.

 

EXACTA: An exacta is exactly the same as a quinella. However, you must successfully predict the 1st and 2nd placegetters in the correct order.

 

TRIFECTA: A Trifecta bet is available on every thoroughbred, harness and greyhound race provided there are at least four or more runners. To win a Trifecta, you must successfully predict the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placegetters in a given race.

 

FIRST4: A First4 bet is available on most thoroughbred, harness and greyhound race provided there are at least four or more runners. To win a First4, you must successfully predict the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th placegetters in a given race.

 

MYSTERY BET: A Mystery Bet takes the guess work out of picking a Trifecta and is generated by the betting agency’s computer. The computer system will randomly select three runners and if they fill the placings you win the Trifecta.

 

QUADDIE: A Quaddie bet, or Quadrella bet as it is fully known, is available on most thoroughbred, harness and greyhound race meetings. A quaddie is betting on the winners of four nominated races, which are typically the last four races of any meeting, and is a very popular bet. 

 

MULTIBET: Multibets offer a great way to secure big winning returns on your bets as you combine various bets into one, and are proving to be an extremely popular way to bet. A multibet combines any number of bets from two to 25 into one single bet and dramatically increases the odds.

 

PATENT BET: A Patent bet is similar to a three-leg multibet but is made up of seven separate bets: three singles, three doubles and a trio. Where a multibet requires all selections to win for a return, a patent bet will yield a return from just one winner.

 

ALL-IN BETTING: All-In betting involves a bookmaker offering fixed odds on selected feature races prior to the declaration of the final field. All-In betting on the Melbourne Cup, for example, is available for the better part of 12 months leading into the event. The risk with All-In Betting is that you will not receive your stake back if your horse is scratched.

 

 

Flemington Race Track Description

 

Flemington is a spacious track with one of the longest straights in Australia at 450m which gives all horses an equal chance with luck in running.

 

Flemington also has a 1200 metre straight track for racing which is commonly referred to as “The Straight Six” course.

 

The run to first turn in the Melbourne Cup is 888m, ensuring that no horse has their chances hampered during the opening half-a-mile.