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Melbourne Cup Exotics Tips - Quinella, Trifecta and First 4

  • Big Exotics dividends go hand in hand with the Melbourne Cup
  • $108 for 100% of the Trifecta if successful.

If you’re not playing the Exotics in big races like Tuesday’s Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) you are missing out on the chance to make a small fortune.

Pools for the big races attract far more money, and the best thing is, most of it is from inexperienced punters that are picking Quinellas, Trifectas and First 4s by horse name, colour of jockey silks, favourite numbers etc.

While some massive wins have been had using this method, it comes down to pure luck.

Racing is not a game of pure luck, and while there is some luck needed, doing the form will produce far more winners than a lucky guess will.

The form has been done, and I’m confident we can make some good money by playing the Exotics in the 2019 Melbourne Cup.

ANALYSIS

VOW AND DECLARE is my on top selection, and he’s an Aussie so cheer him home hard. Trained by Flemington-based horseman Danny O’Brien, the son of Declaration Of War proved himself as a powerful stayer when taking out the Tatts Cup (3000m) as a three-year-old, while his lead-up run when 2nd in the Caulfield Cup last start was full of merit. He was only second-up and has improvement to come, and he looks the best hope of the locals to repel the international raiders. Of the internationals, I’ve got a lot of respect for RAYMOND TUSK who looks perfectly weighted while also boasting strong form around Dee Ex Bee who has been runner-up to the world’s highest rated stayer, Stradavarius, at his past three starts. Joseph O’Brien has sent four runners from Europe and his father, Aidan, has two runners engaged. They saddle up a quarter of the field, and of their hopes, I rate MASTER OF REALITY highest. He was only a length from Stradavarius in the Ascot Gold Cup (4014m), and while he hasn’t been as effective over 2800m in his past two runs, the step up to 3200m is in his favour. The Caulfield Cup winner MER DE GLACE will be looking to claim another Cup win for Japan, and he possesses a brilliant turn of foot. The distance is a slight query but if he can bring that same acceleration to the Melbourne Cup and sustain it, he could blow them all away. PRINCE OF ARRAN was 3rd in this race last year and has had what his trainer considers a better-spaced program as he didn’t have to compete on the Saturday prior to the Cup. His win in the Geelong Cup was tough, and he has to be included. 

QUINELLA

Box: Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk and Vow And Declare

Cost = $20 

TRIFECTA:

1st – Mer De Glace, Raymond Tusk and Vow And Declare
2nd - Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk and Vow And Declare
3rd - Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Southern France, Finche, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk, Downdraft, Surprise Baby, Constantinople, Vow And Declare and Youngstar

Cost = $108 

FIRST 4:

Using the same combination in the First 4 will cost way too much so we need to make some hard calls and reduce the numbers, so I’m taking Vow And Declare one out to win.

1st – Vow And Declare
2nd – Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk
3rd - Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Southern France, Finche, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk, Downdraft, Surprise Baby, Constantinople and Youngstar
4th – Mer De Glace, Master Of Reality, Southern France, Finche, Prince Of Arran, Raymond Tusk, Downdraft, Surprise Baby, Constantinople and Youngstar

Cost = $288


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