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Weekend Racing Multi - Turn $10 into $4077

  • Our five selections combine for odds of $407.76
  • We combine our best bets of the day
  • Our multi kicks off in race three at Eagle Farm
  • Our multi concludes in race nine at Rosehill
Weekend Racing Multi
Peltzer will go around as one of our weekend best bets (Getty)
Justin Darcy 19 Feb 2021
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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, Rosehill, and Eagle Farm into one bet with a huge return for the mega multi which we're placing at Sportsbet.

Our multibet selections are:

Eagle Farm - Race 3 No. 3 Happy Go Plucky ($2.80)
Caulfield - Race 4 No. 1 Perfect Jewel ($2.05)
Caulfield - Race 5 No. 11 Butter Chicken ($6)
Rosehill - Race 7 No. 4 Peltzer ($3.70)
Rosehill - Race 9 No. 4 Lackeen ($3.20)

Total odds combined $407.76

Read the reasons for our selections below:

Eagle Farm - Race 3 No. 3 Happy Go Plucky

He was simply a class above two starts back in 78 grade, beating them very comfortably over 2200m, before dropping back to a mile and a quarter and finishing third in a stronger race.

He comes up in class once again, but gets back up to the 2200m which is her pet trip, and with the addition of Ryan Maloney aboard, this only enhances his prospects.

From gate six, he will once again find himself just off the pace and looking to pounce and get something to drag him into the race around the bend.

Caulfield - Race 4 No. 1 Perfect Jewel

PERFECT JEWEL has been smashed in early betting and rightly so after what she managed to produce first-up in the Spring. She was a mile too good in the Cockram before going on to start $4.80 in a Group One Makybe Diva Stakes. Her trial in WA was good and with Willy Pike aboard, will only come in even further. Multi builder is how I describe her chances.

Caulfield - Race 5 No. 11 Butter Chicken

Going with race fitness here and that is BUTTER CHICKEN who I do believe is a future Group One winner. She really impressed on debut when caught wide but only just missing the bob at Pakenham, before going on to score impressively there last start. Being by Savabeel out of a Galileo Mare, she has stayer written all over her, so the fact that there's such a potent turn-of-foot over these smaller trips is extremely exciting. Butter Chicken is the best bet of the day.

Rosehill - Race 7 No. 4 Peltzer

Didn't measure up in the Golden Rose, but came back a few notches to record back-to-back wins in the spring and now, there's a chance he may have gone past North Pacific which his two excellent trials suggested and he gave his key rival a bath first-up in the Eskimo Prince Stakes, which is the key lead-up race for this.

Wary of a bounce back from the Team Hawkes colt, a stable that can leave a fair bit in the locker early in preparations but on a favourable heavy track, Peltzer will land straight on the speed and to 1400m, there's no reason he can't improve again. This son of So You Think is the top elect and I'm surprised he's not a little shorter in the early markets.

Rosehill - Race 9 No. 4 Lackeen

 LACKEEN. Yet another import on Australian debut this Saturday is Lackeen, who had just the four starts in Europe and with only a Maiden win to his name, it does mean he can be placed softer and taken through the grades, starting with this Benchmark 78, which off his February 5 trial, he should be winning with even luck if that piece of work was any indication.

It was a more forward trial than we are used to seeing from a James Cummings runner and after settling off the speed in that fast run heat early, the son of Shamardal was in a perfect rhythm when continuing make ground in the run to the line, joining the winner not long after the post. Simply, he just looks better than this grade, despite 1400m being as short as he wants it.

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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