Former Western Bulldogs premiership player Tory Dickson has landed the multi of a lifetime over the weekend.
Dickson placed a series of multis on a number of horse races over the weekend and pocketed a cool $162,000 altogether.
His biggest win was confirmed when Fighting Harada got home in the last race at Bendigo on Saturday.
Dickson had placed $50 on a seven-leg multi and which originally was set to land the 33 year-old nearly $200,000 which was then brought back to $85,000 after deductions.
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Speaking to RSN927 on Monday morning Dickson said that the win made him a very happy punter.
“There’s a big smile on my face this morning, Dickson told RSN 927.
“There’s a bit of mayo added. Obviously I got heavy deductions because I did that one four days ago and how I did it, was it was $50 where I price bumped it and then paid more for a four-fold and a five-fold.
“I ended up getting those three multis up. The $50 one which was meant to be $200,000 only ended up paying $85,000. And then the other two were a $39,000 and an $11,000.
“So with my five multis, I ended up collecting $162,000. It wasn’t the $200,000 everyone was going on about, but it was still a very nice day.”
Dickson is friends with trainer Mick Dent Jr who is the trainer of the Fighting Harada making the win all the sweeter.
“I then called Kenty to say, ‘get this home for me’.”
Dickson is no stranger to winning on the ponies, he has shares in Merchant Navy and Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth.