Ballina Cup 2012
Ballina Cup Day
The 2012 Ballina Cup, the premiere event of the Ballina Day racing carnival, is held annually on the second Saturday in September and Punters Paradise will be your one-stop source for this popular event.
The Ballina Cup, with interstate trainers battling local masters, offers big city betting value in a country setting.
Among the favourites to win, as seen in the Ballina Cup odds comparison beneath this preview, include:
- The rejuvinated Anthony Honess trained Poor Judge, who enters off a win in the Moree Cup (1400m).
- The Kris Lees trained Pitt Street who's fresh off a victory in a 1400 metre Hawkesbury race last up.
|Ballina Cup 2012|
|Race Times:||Friday September 14th at 4:30pm Sydney Time (Race 7)|
|Conditions:||Open, Handicap, 1600m with $55,000 at Ballina racecourse|
Ballina Cup results: Congratulations to Poor Judge ($3.20f) on winning the 2012 Ballina Cup, with Pitt Street ($4.40) second and Nobody's Johnny ($26) third.
As seen in our Ballina racing picks blog link below, two members tipped the winner and place-getter, with one even boxing Nobody's Johnny!
To see the entire 2012 Ballina Cup field, our multi-bookmaker odds comparison is shown below.
A table that compares the best Ballina Cup odds on offer, because bigger prices mean better pay-outs!
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Ballina Cup Form Guide and Field Tips
For key information, including speed maps, race times, and current track conditions, visit the Ballina Cup Day form located in the 'View Form Guide' tab to the right of this page.
A notable Ballina Cup form guide fact reveals Pitt Street (54kgs) will be carrying 5kgs less than top-weight (59kgs) Poor Judge.
While Poor Judge, recently acquired by the Honess Stables, owns a third place finish to More Joyous in the Toorak Handicap (2010).
For free tips, visit the Ballina racing picks blog, where keen punters share the best betting values.
You may also acquire Ballina Cup tips using our King Tipping service. Picks backed by detailed strike-rate charts to help spot the top performers.