Thangool Race Club
I GET a good dart and throw it at the board. Good form I suppose and jockey and trainer.
Biloela Commercial Hotel
LOOK at the last three starts, where it has finished, the weight it is carrying. I personally like a horse that has finished 2nd or 3rd in its last race
Biloela Anzac Memorial Club Manager WAIT for all the smart money to go and wait for the market movers.
Heilbronn’s Mensland LEAVE your money in your pocket, that’s the best advice I can give.
Banana Shire Council Mayor LOOK at form of the last four runs, what class, what races they have been, whether they have gone up or down in classes, barrier draw and weight. Weight will stop a train.
Racegoer READ the form, look at the horse and take a lucky guess. If it is better than four to one, back it each way, you’ll get your money back.
Biloela Police Station
PICK the best jockey, one that has won with the most distance, 4-5 years old for a male and one that has plenty of prize money.
Biloela Quality Meats LOOK at their form, how they are going, 1st, 2nd or 3rd. Barrier draw is very important at Thangool because it is a tight track. Weight is important. Distance running, if it has had a spell and has had one or two races, the third race is usually a win.
Elders Biloela LOOK at the form guide, the barrier draw, where they have run in their last three starts, their trainer and jockey.