2011 Melbourne Cup First Four Betting

October 31, 2011

2011 Melbourne Cup First Four Betting

If you fancy a real challenge in the 2011 Melbourne Cup then why not have a crack at landing the first four?

It’s a big ask for even the most seasoned expert but pull it off and your life could literally change forever.

The first four on the Melbourne Cup has the possibility to pay out enough to cover your rent for a month anywhere up to buying you a brand new house.

With so many punters pouring so much money into the race the first four pool is simply massive.

Combine that with the sheer number of runners and the possibility of a huge dividend is plain to see.

The great thing about first four betting is it gives you the scope to include some genuine roughies to boost your prize pool.

So often a 50 to 1 or even 100 to 1 shot can get the run of the race and figure somewhere in the first four.

If you have the confidence to include them it can be the difference between a good weekend away or an around the world odyssey.

Below we’ll give our tips for the 2011 Melbourne Cup first four but before then make sure you’re ready to take advantage with an account at Luxbet.

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Not only will Luxbet pay out the best of the tote’s, they’ll also give you an extra 5% on top of that.

In first four betting especially that could literally mean thousands of dollars more in your pocket at the end of the day.

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2011 Melbourne Cup First Four

#1 – Americain ($5.00 @ Luxbet)

He’s the must have addition for any of your exotic bets in the 2011 Melbourne Cup. On form and history he simply has to be a factor, you’d be a brave man write off the defending champion.

#3 – Dunaden ($7.50 @ Luxbet)

If you’ve got Americain then you have to have Dunaden given he’s a spitting image of the horse form last year. He come sin off a Geelong Cup win, the form producing a top three finish every year since 2006.

#17 – At First Sight ($14 @ Luxbet)

Save yourself a lot of anguish and include this horse in all your exotic bets. When you see him flying down the outside with 200m to go your heart will be glad he’s in and not out.

#9 – Lucas Cranach ($12 @ Luxbet)

He’s the German import that comes here on the back of big wraps and we can’t ignore the kind of praise he’s been given. Solid in the Caulfield Cup while not at full fitness, no excuses here.

Value First Four Roughies

#18 Moyenne Corniche ($26 @ Luxbet)

Horse hasn’t had a lot of attention of late but he’s over the odds at $26.

#22 Tullamore ($26 @ Luxbet

Consistent as the day is long and he won’t be too far away.

#7 Unusual Suspect ($35 @ Luxbet)

Can rattle of a flying final 400m if he has the luck to find a run.

#13 Hawk Island ($101 @ Luxbet)

Every first four needs a 100 to 1 chance, our pick of the bunch is Hawk Island


These are our tips for the 2011 Melbourne Cup first four and it’s up to you how much value you chase.

Box all eight and play a wide game or go for four straight out and chase the biggest payout.

It’s up to you which way you go but good luck with your 2011 Melbourne Cup first four.

Make sure you take our advice though and don’t have your first four soured by seeing it pay out more on a rival tote.

Bet with Luxbet and guarantee the fact you’ll be getting 5% more than anyone else!

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