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Weekend Racing Multibet - Turn $10 into $6359

  • Our five selections combine for odds of $635.90
  • We combine our best bets of the day
  • Our multi kicks off in race one at Scone
  • Our multi concludes in race eight at Morphettville
Weekend Racing Multi
I Am Me runs as one of our best bets on Saturday. (Getty)
Justin Darcy 13 May 2022
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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 Flemington, Scone & Morphettville into one bet with a huge return for the mega multi which we're placing at Ladbrokes.

Our multibet selections are:

Scone - Race 1 No. 7 The Dramatist ($3.60)
Flemington - Race 1 No. 6 Doull ($3.10)
Scone - Race 6 No. 13 I Am Me ($3.50)
Flemington - Race 6 No. 9 Arran Bay ($3.70)
Morphettville - Race 8 No. 6 Detonator Jack ($4.40)

Total Odds Combined $635.90

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Read the reasons for our selections below:

Scone - Race 1 No. 7 The Dramatist

THE DRAMATIST carries 54.5kg after the Reece Jones claim, who was aboard for a Class 1 win on Tamworth Cup Day where they defied an inside and on-speed pattern to that point, proving too classy despite covering ground. Although this four-year-old is still learning the caper, local trainer Rod Northam has a handy galloper on his hands.

Flemington - Race 1 No. 6 Doull

DOULL was a $1.2 million purchase and has the pedigree to match, by a champion sire out of a stakes winning two-year-old. He comes from the right camp for two-year-old racing and has trialed up very well in preparation for debut. The one to beat.

Scone - Race 6 No. 13 I Am Me

I AM ME couldn't be in better touch for this black-type attempt, with the Maher & Eustace three-year-old arriving off a winning hat-trick and is back against the fillies after making light work of Florescent Star at Flemington, who is no slouch. With tactical speed versus many rivals that have had chances, she can win again.

Flemington - Race 6 No. 9 Arran Bay

ARRAN BAY should have won last start but hung in when put under pressure, going down a head on the line. Plummets 7kg for this race including in-form apprentice Alana Kelly's claim. Recorded some superb wins in SA when last in work and was very close up in a strong Flemington race to finish off the campaign. He has improved this time in and from gate seven, should find some cover off the speed and hopefully proving too good late in the piece.

Morphettville - Race 8 No. 6 Detonator Jack

No major knock on the fav Alegron, who is perhaps even the safer option, but Detonator Jack is the more progressive of the two and he looks set for a peak. He's unbeaten from three outings, winning over 1400m and then 1600m to open his account, beating subsequent Sydney winner Hameron in the second win. The son of Jakkalberry stepped to the 2100m at his latest and disposed of The Nephew and Commander Harry, ticking the Soft 7 box along the way at Sandown. Prepared by the powerful Maher & Eustace yard, this gelding will again be partnered by John Allen, who has ridden four of the last six South Australian Derby winners.

Multibet FAQs

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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