Favourite Firms for Jeep Handicap as Bookmaker.com.au Offers a Refund on the Race

Will Jeep Handicap favourite RAPOSO romp his rivals at Moonee Valley on Saturday? Back him with Bookmaker.com.au and you could earn a bonus bet even if he doesn't win.

The new racing season kicks off in Melbourne at Moonee Valley on Saturday with a 9 race meeting set to tease the taste buds ahead of a feast of top races during the Spring Carnival. With the first Group One not taking place till next Saturday, the big names are still in the stables this weekend; but that won’t stop punters trying to pick plenty of winners. And when you’re trying to make a profit punting a little help is always nice, so luckily Bookmaker.com.au are chipping in with a special in the seventh event.

Offer on the Jeep Handicap

Back a horse to win the Jeep Handicap (Race 7, Moonee Valley) this Saturday and if your selection finishes second or third, you’ll be refunded. The refund will be in the form of a bonus bet up to $100, as long as your runner jags a place. Only your first Fixed Odds Win wager qualifies for the offer.

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Some Names to Circle

RAPOSO is a shortening favourite for the 1600 metre Jeep Handicap. He opened at $2.70 with Bookmaker.com.au but continues to decrease in price. The 4 year old has had 3 victories and 2 seconds from 10 starts while he boasts a triumph at the track and won his only attempt at this distance in his last outing. Chad Schofield rides him 5 kilograms better at the weights and could be sitting on an easy winner. DIGITALISM is second in the betting, the track specialist has 3 wins at Moonee Valley, 2 over the mile. Jockey Craig Newitt will be aboard the 6 year old.

STREETS AWAY is at big odds despite 1 win form 1 start at this course and distance. He made a solid return at Flemington a fortnight ago and has a strong second up record with 4 victories and a second from 9 goes. The Peter Moody trained SINO EAGLE could be in the finish. She’s 1 from 1 at the Moonee Valley course but is untested against the boys and is unproven at 1600 metres.