It may be helpful for the wily one to have a go at explaining the prevalence of rough results in races over 1400 m at Flemington and Caulfield.
Um Pete given I know you don't have the balls or racing knowledge to answer my question. I'll answer yours for you
Cup Day no upsets from 3 races. Punters spot on
Dash for Dollar won. 2nd favourite
Crown Witness won as favourite.
Pedrana won. widely tipped and 3rd fave
Ladies Day . 1 slightly rough result and 1 very predictable win by punters
Tribal Wisdom Greys race and no hard luck stories. Gosford Guineas winner. Won 3 from 10.
Hellova Street favourite.
Emirates Day. 1 win predicted by punters. 1 slightly rough
Moher equal 3rd fave. Group 3 placed. 7 career wins. 2 wins and 1 placing from 5 goes 3rd up
Kentucky Breeze. Well bred unbeaten. Won in good time only win when 2nd fave
All in all punters found it very easy to identify 5 of the 7 winners
Thus making Your claim of ""a prevalence of rough results"" utter bullshit