Money train: Autumn betting tracker

FOLLOW the money as we give you the latest market fluctuations and significant wagers heading into all the big races during the Sydney and Melbourne autumn carnivals.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

HOBARTVILLE STAKES (Rosehill, Saturday): Trapeze Artist has been the subject of good money in the ‘All-In’ market for Saturday’s Hobartville. One TAB customers has plonked $ 10,000 @ $ 4.60 on the Golden Rose winner — he is now into $ 4.

BLUE DIAMOND STAKES (Caulfield, Saturday): Kinky Boom ($ 8) is the worst result for TAB heading into Saturday’s Blue Diamond at Caulfield. The Tony McEvoy-trained runner was $ 51 when markets first opened and is currently holding around 30 per cent more money than any other runner in the Final Field market.

AUSTRALIAN GUIENAS (Flemington, March 3): Grunt ($ 15-$ 6) was the biggest firmer over the weekend after his win in the CS Hayes Stakes. One astute TAB customer took the big price prior to his win on Saturday, outlaying $ 2,000 @ $ 15.

NEWMARKET HANDICAP (Flemington, March 10): Merchant Navy continues to be the best supported runner in terms of money held. the brilliant three-year-old was $ 13 a matter of three weeks ago, however, strong money has seen him firm into $ 5.50 equal favourite with Redzel. One of the bigger bets so far on Merchant Navy is $ 5,000 @ $ 8.

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