• Home
  • Horse Racing

Weekend Racing Multi - Turn $10 into $1876

  • Our five selections combine for odds of $187.64
  • We combine our best bets of the day
  • Our multi kicks off in race three at Randwick
  • Our multi concludes in race seven at Morphettville
Weekend Racing Multi
We have two selections at Randwick as part of our Multi (Getty)

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 Caulfield, Randwick and Morphettville into one bet with a huge return for the mega multi which we're placing at Sportsbet.

Our multibet selections are:

Randwick - Race 3 No. 5 Zing ($3.90)
Caulfield - Race 4 No. 7 Wicklow Town (P) ($2.25)
Caulfield - Race 6 No. 14 That Girl ($3.30)
Randwick - Race 7 No. 11 Knickpoint (P) ($2.40)
Morphettville - Race 7 No. 3 Here Comes Lenni ($2.70)

Total Odds combined $187.64

Read the reasons for our selections:

Randwick - Race 3 No. 5 Zing

On a tough Randwick meeting for a standout, we'll go the way of this well-bred four-year-old from the Chris Waller yard who although trialled well, the market didn't want to be near her first-up ($6.50-$9.50) and whilst it wasn't eye-catching by any means, the one length defeat into third was a definite pass mark.

By Zoustar and out of a Group One winning mare in Zirna, Zing was plain first-up last campaign at a big price before exploding to win second-up at the Provincials and after making it back-to-back triumphs, had excuses in a three-length Rosehill defeat when racing wide throughout in a Benchmark 78 and had come to the end of the preparation from there.

This four-year-old is technically up in grade, but plummets 5kg in the weights for her trouble and in what's quite a modest Saturday event, she should get every chance stepping straight to a mile from a good gate under James McDonald.

Caulfield - Race 4 No. 7 Wicklow Town

WICKLOW TOWN has been showing a lot of promise over his career, but has just struggled to reach that city level. After a win three back Kilmore, he has since placed sixth in the Gold Bullion at Pakenham behind The Astrologist and again solid last week at Flemington. The one-week back-up could favour his chances, as will getting to Caulfield where he has placed second twice from two goes.

Caulfield - Race 6 No. 14 That Girl

THAT GIRL is beginning to get the non-winner tag next to her name, but has the right form for this race. She was second to Defiant Dancer first-up at Pakenham, who subsequently dominated last week down the Flemington straight. She will get back from the inside gate and looks to have the last crack at the front runner. If she can't win this, it makes it hard to ever have her on top again.

Randwick - Race 7 No. 11 Knickpoint

A Godolphin four-year-old who although showed a stack of promise early days, has been very inconsistent since then when failing to build on a strong February win at Canterbury via some spaced-out performances over the autumn and winter period.

Whilst his debut win came on heavy ground, Knickpoint hasn't looked as comfortable on really testing tracks following that so with this circuit currently in the Soft 7 range, he doesn't want any downgrades and the weather forecast doesn't look as dire what was predicted earlier in the week, so it might be okay in that regard.

The son of Carlton House did race quite keenly in a few of those most recent defeats and is somewhat still a work in progress in that regard, but after being eased back first-up, rattled off the fastest last 600m for the December 12 card from Randwick and with James McDonald sticking, he's more than capable of figuring here.

Morphettville - Race 7 No. 3 Here Comes Lenni

An ex-Western Australian galloper who is now under the hands of Will Clarken, a trainer who has a great record with these tried gallopers, he looks to get his chance now third-up for the new stable following two solid performances in Adelaide.

Whilst he trialled well ahead of his first-up attempt on November 25, Here Comes Lenni was expected to need the run fresh at 1300m which the market suggested ($11.00-$18.00) but was only half a length off 78-rater Left Hand Man, who is a more than useful six/seven furlong horse.

Even though he wasn't disgraced in a fourth-place finish following that on December 5, this gelding wasn't as comfortable on soft going and back on top of the ground this Saturday from a low draw under Todd Pannell, he does look really well placed with a 4kg drop in the weights from that last attempt.

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.


Top Betting Sites

special-offer-1Special offers

Upcoming Events

23 January 2021

  • Multi - January 23
  • -
  • Horse Racing

25 January 2021

26 January 2021

31 January 2021

27 February 2021

  • Australian Guineas - February 27
  • -
  • Horse Racing

20 March 2021

01 April 2021

03 April 2021

  • TJ Smith Stakes - April 3
  • -
  • Horse Racing

29 May 2021

01 June 2021

09 June 2021

14 July 2021

31 July 2021

  • Adelaide Jockey Premiership
  • -
  • Horse Racing
  • Vic Jockey Premiership
  • -
  • Horse Racing
  • Sydney Metro Jockey Premiership
  • -
  • Horse Racing
  • Brisbane Metro Jockey Premiership
  • -
  • Horse Racing

16 September 2021

  • Caulfield Cup
  • -
  • Horse Racing

30 September 2021

  • MLB World Series Final - October 1
  • -
  • Baseball

03 October 2021

23 October 2021

02 November 2021

05 December 2021

21 October 2023