Australia’s favourite centenarian has chucked on a warm skivvy and a woolen scarf and emerged from his super expensive inner-city eastern Sydney condominium to tip the BrisVegas speculators into a second last day of the Ekka equine certainty in the seventh race this afternoon at sunny Caulfield in the south.

The tipster’s name is of course Edgar Britt, the much beloved occasional columnist for this site, and the horse’s name is Mahuta and it’s number legs eleven in the PB Lawrence Stakes, and if you’re quick you’ll snap up a $4.40 return in the dollar like Archie did last night after receiving Edgar’s texted tip.

But even if you’re as slow out of the blocks as the Raging Bull disseminating the Broncs boss’s brilliance, you’re still an even money chance of landing three bucks for your every lire if you lob down at the TAB at the Geebung RSL before 4pm.

So hands off cocks and on with socks, and quicken up and cartwheel down to see Kevvy at the Zillman Waterholes bar so that you can secure your seven years worth of bank interest in about a minute and half by mining the Mahuta mint, and don’t fret for a minute that your fiscal dreams of swimming in a Scrooge McDuck style spa bath full of spondoolies won’t be coming true before the six o’clock news bell sounds.

Trust me mug punters, you can trust your life on Edgar’s tips.  After all you don’t live to be 101 and have 102 million in the bank and own your own bloody beach and bay in Sydney by being full of Britt do you sportsfans?

Get on and get rich.


Back Mahuta and you might be suckling a couple of your ever-loving spouse’s this evening