Best Multibet Tips of the Weekend| December 16th

Scott Mcglynn
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Best Multibet Tips of the Weekend| December 16th

This weekend, Caulfield is our destination of choice for our multibet, where we have three selections we like on the card.

It is not the strongest card we have seen this season at Caulfield, but there are still winners to be found on the betting sites, and that is what we hope to do with our multibet on Saturday afternoon at the track in Victoria.

Caulfield R4 #8 - Running By $2.40

A close second in the Bendigo Guineas on her final run of her last prep in April over 1400m, she resumed this time around over 1200m when she did some excellent work in the final 400m to close the winner down all the way to the line. Stepping back out to 1400m will be a big plus for her chances here, and she has only had four runs in her life. Given she ran so well in that Listed contest, she should have enough in the tank to salute in this easier race.

Caulfield R5 #1 - Is It Me $3.20

He got back in the win column at Cranbourne last time despite still looking like a work in progress. He has won three of his eight career starts, but not for the first time, he was a little babyish under pressure, showing a tendency to hang. That win came over 1300m, having run over 1400m this prep before that. He steps back to 1200m here, which might help him after others have proven a little stronger late on over 1400m. 

Caulfield R7 #3 - Jambalaya $2.10

Godolphin gelding was sent off at odds of $1.95 on his race debut, winning comfortably by 1.5l. He knew his job well, bouncing out on the lead and never looked like being caught. He has been given a rating of 65 off the back of that, but it is likely that that level is going to underestimate him sooner rather than later. He should have plenty more improvement in him, and the second gave a little boost to the form when she justified heavy support to win at Mornington on Wednesday. 

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Stats and Insights

  • The bends on this 2080m circumference track all sit on a 5% banking to help the horses maintain their cadence.
  • Inside barriers have a slight advantage over most trips, with 1600m being the most notable.
  • Crack Irish apprentice Dylan Browne McMonagle rides our first selection. He has 64 winners in Ireland and the UK this year
  • James Cummings has a 26% strike rate at this track in the last 12 months. He trains Jambalaya in the last leg of the multitip.

While this is not a deep card in terms of quality with no stakes races, it is an afternoon where the black book should be ready as some nice types for the future could run in much stronger races in the autumn.

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