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The Saturday Multi – 18th June 2022

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Racing and Sports analysts Jaike Altieri and Trent Crebbin bring the punters a Saturday multi-bet featuring racing from around the country.

EXPRESS PASS winning the Vobis Gold Comet at Flemington in Australia.
EXPRESS PASS winning the Vobis Gold Comet at Flemington in Australia. Picture: Racing Photos

Another tough day in the office on Saturday with Queen Bellissimo putting in a disappointing effort to knock us out of the multi in the very first leg.

But we're aiming to come back with a bang this weekend, with two runners Trent is very keen on, providing us with a lovely double figure quote.

Let's get stuck in.


Rosehill Race 4 Number 11 NAVAL SEAL - Place ($2.10, Ladbrokes)

This gelding brings strong form back to Sydney, after a dominant maiden win at Ballarat was followed up with a 1L defeat in open 3YO company. He draws brilliantly for William Pike who takes the ride, and he's already been scratched from Melbourne to run here. He gets onto a dry track for the first time, and with his dam a renowned 'dry tracker' we're expecting him to improve once again and finish in the money.


Murray Bridge Race 6 Number 4 HANABI - Win ($2.45)

Hanabi was racing well at Benchmark 66 level against some nice horses in Adelaide prior to breaking her maiden, before finishing just behind Karacasu who is in the market for the Creswick Stakes. She's bolted in at the trials, winning by 4.8 and 12.8L respectively in her two trials leading in. She has plenty of upside and looks very hard to beat.


Flemington Race 9 Number 2 EXPRESS PASS - Win ($4.20)

He appears to have superior formlines leading into this. He was beaten 7L in The Discovery at Sale, but he rattled home in similar splits to The Inferno that day, and was narrowly beaten first-up in the Listed Bob Hoysted down the straight. The 1100m looks ideal for him, as does the outside draw. Expecting him to run over the top of them at the death.


Throw these all together and you can get a juicy $21.60 with Ladbrokes (Thursday 4PM AEST).


For more on how we came to these selections, listen to the podcast below!

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