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Bold and the bet-iful

One astute punter could have been fine dining ‘champagne and caviar’ style following a $5,000 outlay on Junk Food Junkie ($3.20) at The Meadows on Wednesday.

Exiting smartly from Box 3, Junk Food Junkie (pictured) gave her rivals food for thought in leading from go-to-whoa in a Grade 5 heat (525m). The Jessica Sharp trained speedster had 5.5L to spare over All Show in 29.96sec (replay below).

It was Junk Food Junkie’s seventh win from 22 starts, with the punter collecting $16,000.

Meanwhile, another shrewd bettor who outlaid $5,000 on Don’s Boy ($3.00) at Bendigo on the same day, lined their pockets with $15,000.

Below is a list of ‘bets of note’ placed with TAB during the past week…

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS

$6,640 at $2.10 on Mr Bob (Shepparton Race 6 on June 18)     REPLAY

$5,500 at $1.85 on Avalanche (Warragul Race 9 on June 16)     REPLAY

$5,000 at $3.20 on Junk Food Junkie (The Meadows Race 7 on June 17)     REPLAY

$5,000 at $3 on Don’s Boy (Bendigo Race 7 on June 17)     REPLAY

$4,000 at $2.70 on She’s A Charm (Healesville Race 5 on June 19)     REPLAY

BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME

 

$10,000 at $4.40 on Fergusta Bale (Ballarat Race 4 on June 17 – Third)     REPLAY

$10,000 at $3.30 on Aston Guinness (Healesville Race 5 on June 19 – Unplaced)     REPLAY

$10,000 at $3.20 on Gypsy Bun (The Meadows Race 2 on June 20 – Unplaced)     REPLAY

$10,000 at $2.60 on La La Kentucky (Ballarat Race 2 on June 17 – Second)     REPLAY

$9,000 at $2.20 on Polly’s Yohanna (The Meadows Race 6 on June 17 – Unplaced)     REPLAY

WATCH: Hebridean Black (2) came from well back to win at Sandown last Thursday at $11, landing one punter a $6,600 windfall.

ROUND OF APPLAUSE

 

$850 at $14 on Cranberry Miss (Sandown Park Race 7 on June 18)     REPLAY

$600 at $11 on Hebridean Black (Sandown Park Race 1 on June 18)     REPLAY

$500 at $10 on Magic Marcia (Sandown Park Race 4 on June 18)     REPLAY

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