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Pat Bren­nan

Thangool Race Club

I GET a good dart and throw it at the board. Good form I sup­pose and jockey and trainer.

Pete Law

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

Greg Sea­grott

Biloela An­zac Me­mo­rial Club Man­ager WAIT for all the smart money to go and wait for the mar­ket movers.

Cliff Heil­bronn

Heil­bronn’s Mens­land LEAVE your money in your pocket, that’s the best advice I can give.

Nev Fer­rier

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.

Gra­ham Barnes

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.

Nick Pa­ton

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.

Joe Wat­son

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.

Ran­dall Spann

Elders Biloela LOOK at the form guide, the bar­rier draw, where they have run in their last three starts, their trainer and jockey.

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