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Weekend Racing Multi - Turn $10 into $1500

  • Our five selections combine for odds of $150.69
  • We combine our teams best bets of the day
  • Our multi kicks off in race two at Gold Coast
  • Our multi concludes in the ninth race at Randwick
Weekend Racing Multi
Hungry Heart looks the best bet of the day across Australia (Getty Images)

Win Big With Our Weekend Multi

If you want a big win for a small stake on Saturday's racing, try combining our five selections into a multibet that pays for a $10 bet.

We're combining some of our best bets for Randwick, Caulfield, and Gold Coast into one bet with a huge return for the mega multi which we're placing at Sportsbet.

Our multibet selections are:

Gold Coast - Race 2 No. 10 Express Fantasy ($2.60)
Randwick - Race 4 No. 3 Hungry Heart ($2)
Caulfield - Race 7 No. 9 Orderofthegarter ($3.60)
Gold Coast - Race 8 No. 3 Zoustyle ($1.75)
Randwick - Race 9 No. 10 Icebath ($4.60)

Total combined odds $150.69

Read our selections below:

Gold Coast - Race 2 No. 10 Express Fantasy

This David Vandyke-trained mare can bounce back after being rolled as hot favourite last start at Doomben when running off the track in the concluding stages.

Settling behind the lead over 1350m, the lightly raced five-year-old couldn’t chase down the leader in the straight after laying out badly down the straight.

Drawing barrier 10, Ryan Maloney will have time to work across from his wide draw and settle in the lead, with the step up to 1400m a positive.

Looking to make amends from her shock last start loss, Express Fantasy is one of the best bets on the day.

Randwick - Race 4 No. 3 Hungry Heart

Class still nearly got this talented daughter of Frankel home fresh over six-furlongs but she had to settle for second behind Dame Giselle who brought up group victory number three in the Furious Stakes.

She shared an equal race best last 600m with the winner (33.35) but recorded the quickest last furlong of the race and it was as much her work after the line which was most impressive as she goes on a Flight Stakes Path via this Tea Rose Stakes tilt.

It'll work out to be a similar pattern to what stable mate Funstar attempted in 2019 when hopefully taking out this and then the Flight Stakes with this three-year-old who looks likely to reign supreme over the fillies for these longer journeys.

With further improvement expected and now getting that extra furlong from a nice draw under James McDonald, Hungry Heart can make her presence felt as the best bet on the Randwick program.

Caulfield - Race 7 No. 9 Orderofthegarter

This horse has Caulfield Cup written all over him if his last run at Caulfield is anything to go by.

He made a stack of ground on a tricky track where you did not want to be flying down the outside, but not hard against the fence.

Al Galayel won the race who would not be considered a chance in a Group One, but this horse has the room for improvement.

His preparation reminds me of Master O'Reilly's prep leading up to his Caulfield Cup victory in '07, also trained by Danny O'Brien.

That horse was placed over a mile, before having two runs over 2000m before running in the Herbert Power to win his way into the Caulfield Cup.

Of course if he wins this race, he will not have to run in the Herbert Power, but thus far into the prep, he has taken exactly the same steps as the 2007 Caulfield Cup winner.

Gold Coast - Race 8 No. 3 Zoustyle

This big sprinter was spoken about as an Everest chance this time last year and after rotten luck with injuries, looks primed to return to the track off an impressive trial.

The Tony Gollan-trained galloper was extremely impressive winning six straight races to begin his career, but pulled up lame at Caulfield and suffered a bleeding attack in his only run last preparation. 

The five-year-old possesses impressive early speed and has a fantastic affinity with Brad Stewart who climbs back aboard, riding him in his latest trial where he recorded an easy three-length win.

Jumping straight to the lead under Brad Stewart, Zoustyle looks extremely hard to hold out as the best bet at the Gold Coast.

Randwick - Race 9 No. 10 Icebath

Whilst she's running into the unbeaten Criaderas who could be anything, this four-year-old looks the safer play with more in her favour than the short favourite who whilst ran slick time fresh, there's a query on much of what he's beaten to date.

Off a very quiet trial leading into her August 22 return, Icebath ran safely the fastest the 600m for the event on that card and at 33.31, has again topped the list on September 5 in a contest where she was ridden conservatively and was inconvenienced twice in the straight at key stages.

Now with the two runs under her belt and stepping up to a more favourable seven furlongs, the onus is on the experienced Glen Boss to make use of barrier four and place her at least a few pairs closer early

Icebath was unlucky at stakes-level in the back-end of her last campaign and arriving here fit, it's close to D-day for the daughter of Sacred Falls who will have loftier targets should she get the job done on Saturday.

Multibet FAQ

What is a multibet?

A multibet is a combination of bets rolled into one wager. You can increase the odds by adding selections. A multibet must consist of at least two selections.

What is the minimum stake for a multibet?

There is no minimum - you could place as little as $1 on your multibet.

How is a multibet calculated?

The odds are combined to give you a total price for the multi. When you win on leg one, that amount is then rolled onto leg two and so on. The winning price is your rolling stake placed on the final leg of the multi.


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