India Horse Betting Review – 10 November, 2019

By Dhanu Delphi on November 15, 2019

Last Sunday’s horse racing action at Hyderabad was quite eventful, with plenty of drama and unexpected winners in several races. How did the horses we picked in our latest preview fare on the 10th of November? Let’s find out in this edition of the weekend horse betting review.

Horse Betting Review and Results

The 1 Eme Centre Rolling Trophy Div-2 

No Compromise was the tote betting favorite in this Class 3 race for horses rated between 40 and 65. But the promising gelding found itself caught in the crowd after a lethargic start and was unable to break into the top three. He eventually finished in the middle of the pack at fifth.

As he was out top pick as well, we now have only the fates of two other horses to describe – one is Semper Fidelis, our long-shot pick. The bay filly had an utterly forgettable race, finishing dead last.

How did Havelock Cruise, our top-two pick fare? Check out the race results below to find out! The podium looked like this after this 1600m event:

Havelock Cruise

The dark brown gelding had a fantastic race, leading from the start to finish with ease. He won by nearly two lengths in the end. This is now his second win out of 7 runs. Trained by D Netto, Havelock Cruise was piloted by jockey Akshay Kumar in his winning run.


This one is a bay gelding, all of three years old, sired by Speaking of Which (IRE). He comes from the stables of trainer LVR Deshmukh. A veteran of 7 races so far, Ruletheworld has 1 win to his credit, along with another 4 races that ended in the top 3. P Ajeeth Kumar was his jockey in this last race.

NRI Heights

Formely called Solar Heights, this 4-year-old bay filly is the progeny of Abbeyside (GB) and Epic. Trained by RH Sequeira, she has 9 finishes in the top 4 out of 15 races, with 2 wins. Koushik had her reins for this race.

The 1 Eme Centre Rolling Trophy Div-1 

The second Eme Centre trophy race of the day had 9 contenders, all of whom started the race in fine fettle. The tote favorite was Paso Robles, while we chose The Great Gatsby as our top pick.

The other horses in our chosen trio were Paso Robles and Ashwa Yahobali as the long odds choice. The latter did not live up to our expectations, ending the race is 8th position. But the top two picks were in fine form, as you can see from the race results below:

Paso Robles

The bay filly sired by Arazan had a quiet three-quarter of the race, hanging back as low as fifth. But in the final stretch, she blazed ahead of the race leader Great Gatsby, before winning by a huge margin of almost 6 lengths! Under trainer LD Silva, the filly has now scored 3 wins out of 5 races.

The Great Gatsby

The chestnut colt led the race from the beginning but was ultimately blown away by Paso Robles. He did manage to hang on to the second spot by a margin of a quarter length. Robbie Downey was the jockey who piloted him in this effort. The colt comes from the stables of Laxman Singh.

City Of Wisdom

Formerly called Kimberlite, this 3-year-old bay gelding was sired by Saamidd (GB). Trained by M Satyanarayana, has raced 5 times so far, winning 1 and finishing in the top 3 in another 3 races. P Ajeeth Kumar had his reins in this race.

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