The Salinger Stakes has been popular with the punters all week but we can make it a hell of a lot more popular by giving you the winning tips for the 1200m sprint tomorrow on Derby Day.
It’s tough to split the 14 horse field and in reality it probably comes close to being one of the most even events on the card.
In a program full of hot favourite none stand out in the 2011 Salinger Stakes making our job as a tipster a little tougher.
That being said the trade off is that you get far better odds and the value in the race is quite fantastic.
Picking the winner is hard enough so you don’t want to then be short-changed by smaller odds.
It can make a win a little sour knowing you and your mate picked the same horse but he got more in return.
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2011 Salinger Stakes Tips
1st – Mid Summer Music $5.50 @ Luxbet
Has looked fantastic all prep and the money has already started to roll in for this horse. I’d jump on now because it’s only going to shorten as punters realise just how good value the horse really is.
2nd – Sister Madly $4.00 @ Luxbet
Look if she runs at her best she wins this race but we feel she might be just over the top going into this. That said she’ll still be extremely competitive and it wouldn’t surprise if she came out and proved us wrong.
3rd – Phelan Ready $18 @ Luxbet
Fantastic horse and a real trier but he just can’t seem to cross in first spot! That said he does seem to like it up the Flemington straight and with the right run with a bit of cover look for him to be flying home late.
There they are, the top three for the 2011 Salinger Stakes.
Take our advice and get these bets on now with Luxbet and you could very well be feeling pretty good about yourself come the end of Victoria derby day tomorrow at Flemington.