What's believed to be the largest betting syndicate ever seen in New Zealand is preparing to put its money where its mouth is, contemplating making the biggest ever bet on a single horse race tomorrow.
Group member Jonny Kiddo says it's "probably New Zealand's greatest sporting atmosphere".
The syndicate has more than a thousand members and its founder has been using the powers of social media and savvy investment to bring a new generation of punters to the game.
The Boys Get Paid group is gearing up for history at Ellerslie racecourse tomorrow.
The group has picked the two-year-old Karaka Million winner for the past two years and is now looking for its hat-trick.
Tomorrow more than 400 will be filling the stands at the country's richest race day.
Contemplating what could be the biggest ever wager on a single race, $100,000 if the odds drift in their favour.
Boys Get Paid founder Luke Kemeys says it's not just a boys club either.
"Just like City Fitness you don't have to live in the city to go there - plenty of girls involved and there's some coming on Saturday, which is awesome, and plenty of them in the punters club as well," he told 1 NEWS.