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Caulfield Cup Day horse racing tips — Race 1. (12:15) Magic Millions Grand BM80 (1700m) #7 – Mimi’s Award – Bet @ Sportsbet The four-year-old mare needed the fresh up run at Sandown, so we’re expecting a much better effort this time in.
Roaring for Rory – CJ Cup Tips. By The Wolf @sportsbetwolf 4 minutes ago. The PGA Tour remains in Las Vegas with The Summit Club making its PGA Tour debut, hosting this year’s CJ Cup. Jason Kokrak looks to defend his crown but Rory McIlroy looks primed to return to the winner’s circle, says The Wolf.