What characteristics distinguish a great horse? Is it because of their track record? Is it the consistency of the races they won or the margin by which they won? Does it have to conquer adversity or triumph when the odds are stacked against them? Horse racing fans around Australia are fascinated by the sport.
Many bookmakers begin offering special deals for races very early, and fans try to stay on top of it. Big brands also offer lucrative bonuses, but before accepting any offer, a punter should read all of the terms and conditions. There have been many horses who have accomplished extraordinary and almost impossible feats on the racetrack. Still, this has five (5) horses that will turn ordinary punters into racing fans.
If one plans to go on betting on the Saturday races, then Hela would be a great choice to start with. Hela is a three-year-old bay filly (female) trained by Scott Brunton at Seven Mile Beach. She is out of the dam Smooth Return and is sired by the stallion Night of Thunder. Hela is a racehorse of above-average ability because she is a stakes winner with $172,043 in career earnings.
Throughout her journey, she, indeed, has proved to be a profitable horse for the punters. One would have had a 29 percent return on investment if one had backed Hela during her career. Hela was ridden by David Pires and won the $100,000 Strutt Stakes at Hobart on February 7, 2021, beating Chequerboard.
Private Eye is a three-year-old brown gelding (male) from Australia trained at Warwick Farm by Joseph Pride. He is sired by Al Maher, a stallion, and Confidential Queen, his dam. He, like Hella, has proved to be a competitive horse for punters along the way. One would have had a 184 percent return on investment if one had backed Private Eye during his career.
Private Eye is a very talented racehorse, having competed at Group Two level and amassed $474,260 in career earnings. Private Eye was ridden by Brenton Avdulla on May 1, 2021, at Eagle Farm and won his most significant race to date, the $350,000 Treasury Brisbane Queensland Guineas, beating Apache Chase.
Turk Warrior is a two-year-old bay gelding (male) trained by Glenn Stevenson at Wesley Vale. Out of the dam Ehor, he is sired by the stallion Outreach. Turk Warrior is a racehorse of above-average ability because he is a stakes winner with career earnings of $295,970.
One would have gotten a 65 percent return on investment if one had backed Turk Warrior during his career. For his journey so far, he has proved to be a profitable horse for the bettors. Turk Warrior was ridden by Ismail Toker on February 10, 2021, in Launceston and scored his most significant win to date, beating Outbound in the $150,000 Gold Sovereign.
Nicole Bruggemann of Murray Bridge trains Masterati, a 7-year-old bay gelding (male) from Australia. He is out of the dam Lady of Dormello and is sired by the stallion Master of Design. Masterati has won nine races so far in his career. Masterati won his most important win to date on November 14, 2020, at Morphettville Parks, winning the $31,500 Bm 58 Hcp.
So far in his career, he has proven to be a profitable horse for the punters. One would have had a 15% return on investment if one had backed Masterati during his career. He is considered an average horse compared to others but has still managed to amass $112,165 career earnings.
Take The Sit is a four-year-old bay mare (female) from Australia who Bill Ryan trains in Longford. She is out of the dam Tula and is sired by the stallion Tough Speed. Take The Sit has won six races so far in her career. Take The Sit won her most important race to date on February 21, 2021, in Launceston, winning the $65,000 Magic Millions 3&4yo Classic.
A profitable horse indeed for the bettors. One would have gotten a 69 percent return on investment if one had backed Take The Sit in her career. Her overall amassed career earnings can be totaled to $133,626, indeed an above-average racehorse.
Last and most definitely not the least, George’s Pride. Desleigh Forster, based at Eagle Farm, trains Georgie’s Pride, a 3-year-old brown filly (female) from Australia. She is out of the dam She Can Command and is sired by the stallion Better Than Ready. Throughout her journey, she has proved to be a profitable horse for the bettors.
George’s Pride has the greatest return on investment on this list. One would have had a 330 percent return on investment if one had backed Georgie’s Pride in her career. Her total career earnings totaled $266,550.
There are many horse races to catch this season, and betting the weekend horses would not be a problem when one reads the more notable racehorses. This is especially important for new and casual punters since knowing the right racehorses would increase one’s chances of winning.
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