A point proven early in the week that there is value to be had on favourites with Tote Win as Oscar Lantern (11/10) backers were delighted to see their €3.00 return in the fourth race. There was more Tote Win value to be had earlier in the day as Nine Stitches (5/1) returned at €6.70 after hacking up in the second race. As usual the Tote Exacta ran rings around the CSF paying better on six of the seven races highlighted by the €93.30 return for having Luckyinmilan (8/1) to beat Fiddler’s Bow (8/1) in the sixth.
Thurles on Thursday was a perfect illustration of why you should only play Trifecta bets with Tote. In five of the six races run, Tricast betting wasn’t available as they weren’t handicaps with eight or more runners. Tote Trifecta customers saw returns of €40.40 in race 1, €34.10 in race 2, €34.60 in race 3, €7.30 in race 4, €148.80 in race 5 and in the only race of the day where bookmakers accepted Tricast bets, Tote Trifecta paid €264.40 to their €139.11. Remember Tote Trifecta betting is available in most bookmaker shops so stop wasting money and ask for Tote Trifecta.
Tote Trifecta had another strong start to the card at Dundalk on Friday with a payout of €2,608 in the first race. Tote Win players would have been pleased with returns of €9.40 on Maronella (8/1), €9.20 on Russet (7/1) and €30.20 on Cape Explorer (20/1). It was a tough day for Tote Pick 6 players as the pool rolledover for the third consecutive day.
It was by no means easy, but the Tote Pick 6 fell on Saturday to two 50c winning units that scooped a whopping €12,051, 41% better that the SP accumulator of €7,016. Had Morning Assembly got the better of a head bobbing finish in the third leg it could have been different but instead it was Bridgets Pet (20/1) that caused the shock. Wins from all three favourites in the final three legs made it plain sailing to the finish for one lucky customer.
The defeat of banker Myska in the second leg dashed the hopes of our Super Pick6 Podcast listeners on Sunday as she ran a stinker to finish last of five behind Ball D’arc. But hopefully listeners followed the advice and backed Rathpatrick (16/1) in the third race and helped themselves to the tasty Tote Win return of €23.30 and the Tote Place return of €6.10. In fact the first three were all fancied by the Podcast team for that race and anyone that played a combination Tote Trifecta would have easily made up for their Tote Pick 6 losses with a €941.50 return. Favourite backers in the last would have gone hope happy had they played with Tote Win as Battleford (4/6), returned €1.80.
Remember, these value reports don’t mean that Tote is better on every occasion (we know it isn’t). Its purpose instead is to show the value that was available playing with us in the previous week. We are proud of what we offer to customers and our aim to to show you why.