Her rating in winning the Tancred over m on a Soft 7 last autumn was a career peak. Dalasan is also a sneaky chance. Picture: Michael Klein. He has set a perfect platform to springboard to his best, or even past his previous peak. He is third-up compared to presenting for this fourth-up last year, when he arguably could have won but for a tough run in transit.
His Turnbull Stakes run was phenomenal given he was three-wide facing the strong northerly. He carted Verry Elleegant right into the race but was still fighting on the line. He looks to get a very nice run and could easily prove to be the strongest stayer.
He held on well last start, but it was a very slow overall time, particularly compared to the other m races that day. He may also be more suited to the m of the Melbourne Cup. Mirage Dancer was back to his best winning The Metropolitan last start. The Everest Race 7. Not surprisingly, given the length of time the pre-post markets have been active, the public market is very similar to my market.
At this point I would be against rather than for that happening as he is just so terribly inconsistent. He has built an imposing couple of ratings in his last two starts over m and he will be very strong late in what could turn out to be a brutally run race. That said if he is sluggish away, he is going to be buried back near last on the fence, so he does have some queries. Behemoth looks great value in The Everest. The scratching of Front Page this morning changes the complexion of this race with some heat coming out of the tempo.
She has done everything so easily to date including running the fastest last m and m of the day last start when barely off the bit. Randwick Race 3. Tagging it will be Purple Sector who returned with a PB last start, notably his first run since being gelded.
He handles wet conditions and importantly gets first use of the track so if the inside chops out his low draw will not be a factor in the opener. Very small concern about him stepping from m to m second up but will put my trust in the stable to get that right. Caulfield Cup predicted finish from first to last. Caulfield Cup Day: Why punters can expect Windfall. Our experts reveal their Round 3 SuperCoach teams. Weekend best bets: All aboard the G-train. Tommy Berry believes classy four-year-old Funstar is set to bounce back from her most disappointing performance when she tackles the Group 2 Apollo Stakes m at Randwick on Saturday.
Thursday's Doomben meeting has attracted some handy horses and I have found three that are well placed and look ready to win. Found it one of the tougher meetings of late but keen for a good bet early and specking one at odds late in the day. A week after Probabeel returned with a bang at Caulfield, trainer Jamie Richards will unveil another top filly looking to make her mark on Australian shores this Saturday.
Popular British jockey Tom Marquand will arrive in Australia on Tuesday evening ahead of his latest Sydney riding stint during the upcoming autumn carnival. Shaun Beirne PM 16 October Funstar to set the record straight. As I look forward to the Belmont what has me excited is that there are at least eight horses being pointed to the race which, if they had their best day, could wind up winning it. How to Bet the Belmont Stakes by T. One of the many things that makes the Triple Crown so great is that each race is so different.
That means that handicappers have to adjust as much as the horses do if they want to succeed from race to race. The Kentucky Derby features a ridiculously large field over the longest distance the horses have ever run. Distance and field size are less of a factor in the Preakness, but now the top horses have to run on just two weeks rest -- likely for the first time. In the Belmont horses have to stretch out to a marathon distance, and do it over the longest track in the country.
The public is likely to be focused on a small group of horses this year in the Belmont Stakes. There are the two classic winners, of course -- Animal Kingdom in the Kentucky Derby, and Shackleford from the Preakness. As I write this both are pointing at the Belmont, and both were be legitimate contenders. Then there are a couple other horses that made some noise in the Derby and will likely be back for more -- Nehro and Mucho Macho Man. As I write this, Shackleford, the Preakness winner, is in New York at Belmont where he will be training from this point forward.
Coming into the Triple Crown this year I was very pessimistic -- it was a class without stars. The field for the third leg of the Triple Crown will change as we get closer to June 11, but we already have a good sense of what it could look like. The Belmont is going to be one heck of a horse race. It doesn't have the big name horses that people long for in this race, but from a betting perspective it couldn't be more interesting. Post time is just a day away, so the time has come for me to make some Belmont Stakes predictions:.
You have probably heard or read by now that this isn't a good edition of the Belmont Stakes. Don't believe a word of it. On the surface it has a massive issue - it's the first Belmont since and just the third since that features neither the winner of the Kentucky Derby nor the Preakness.
There is more than enough to overcome that situation here, though. Jockeys are always a crucial part of any horse race, but their impact is perhaps more significant than ever in the Belmont Stakes. The race is a new distance that is well beyond the comfortable capabilities of most horses, so the jockey has a major task in making sure that the horse is ready for the challenge.
We only have to look back to last year to see the negative effect that a bad ride can have on a top horse. The Belmont Stakes is being run for the nd time on Saturday, June 5, with post time at p. The storyline that is getting the most attention in this race is the lack of star power - for the first time since and only the third time since neither the Kentucky Derby winner nor the Preakness Stakes champ are in the field. It looks like we are going to have a horse field for the Belmont Stakes.
It's not a big-name field, and it has the unfortunate and rare distinction of not featuring the winner of the Kentucky Derby or Preakness, or even a single horse that has run in both of those races. Still, it's an extremely interesting race, and it has a good chance of launching a young horse into stardom. Just last year Summer Bird was lightly raced and lightly regarded heading into the Belmont, but a win catapulted him into a huge summer and champion three year old honors.
This is not a Belmont field that is going to excite the casual bettors - those that only care about Triple Crown attempts and anything to do with Seabiscuit. Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver was exposed in the Preakness, and Preakness winner Lookin at Lucky is resting up for a big summer season. There's not a single horse that will have run in all three Triple Crown races, either.
Despite that, there are some very interesting horses in the field for the third jewel in the Triple Crown, and there's good chance that Saturday, June 5 is going to deliver a very interesting, exciting race. Last week we talked about how Kentucky Derby winners were essentially a shot to win the Preakness, as they now have in 70 of the last opportunities.
However, this year the Derby winner and the Preakness winner will have zero opportunity to win the Belmont.
Tipster Aaron Hamilton will provide his tips and selections for the Champagne Stakes once the field has been finalised. See the latest market below or click on the links to take you direct to the bookmakers. The two-year-old set-weights race takes place one week after Day 2 of The Championships is held at Royal Randwick and is one of two Group 1 features on the day with the other being the All Aged Stakes m.
Exeter, who was trained by Etienne de Mestre, won the inaugural Champagne Stakes in when the race was run over five furlongs m. Although the race has endured eight distance changes throughout its history, it was traditionally run as a sprint race until the inception of the Golden Slipper in caused a clash between the two feature sprint races.
Six two-year-olds have claimed the two-year-old Triple Crown. Winners of the Champagne Stakes have generally run their grand final for the season but in the spring, possible targets are the Caulfield and Thousand Guineas, or for the more adventurous trainer with a good horse, the Cox Plate.
In the track was abandoned as a racecourse and used for training purposes before the Australian Jockey Club AJC moved its headquarters to Randwick and held a meeting in The Australian Derby m remains one of the longest standing races to be held at Randwick after its inaugural running took place in Randwick is the largest racetrack in New South Wales and all races are run in a clockwise direction.
It is a sweeping track with a rise from the m mark to the winning post in the home straight. As well as the main track, Randwick Racecourse contains a second track known as Kensington. Due to large rainfall in the area, Kensington has been reconstructed using the Strathayr racing surface which is similar to Moonee Valley. Strathayr is a turf cover over a base of sand, this means it is a free draining track which can take a substantial amount of rain without affecting the rating.
Wagering requirements apply. State exclusions apply to some offers. Champagne Stakes Champagne Stakes field and barrier draw 15 Apr News Big Bets February 6 05 February He created a perfect platform to do your best or even surpass your previous climax. He is third compared to this fourth place last year, when he could have won without a tough transit run.
His Turnbull Stakes run was phenomenal as he was three times far north. He carted Verry Elleegant straight into the race, but was still fighting on the line. Seems to be getting a very nice run and could easily prove to be the strongest stalker.
It held up well at the last start but it was a very slow time overall, especially when compared to the other m races that day. He may also be better suited for the Melbourne Cup m. Mirage Dancer was back to his best win the last time The Metropolitan was launched. Not surprisingly, given the length of time the pre-post markets have been active, the public market is very similar to my market.
He has made some impressive ratings in his last two m starts and will be very strong late in a race that could turn out to be brutal. The scratching of the front page this morning changed the complexion of this race with some heat coming off the pace. It will be Purple Sector who returned with a PB at the last start, especially on his first run since his gelding.
He is handling wet conditions and is using the track for the first time. Very little worry that it will go up from m to m but I will put my trust in the stable to get that right. These were the details of the news Betting advice, tips for the Caulfield Cup and Everest for this day.
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This means all registered Australian bookies will have extensive markets available on the race in the lead-up including an all-in market. This means you can bet on the race weeks in advance and get some juicy odds on a horse which may not have shown its best cards yet. Travelling smoothly in transit Pierata was taken to the front at the m and quickly dashed clear, with race favourite Osburne Bulls getting out late to finish behind the tearaway winner.
The gun colt found extra in the final stages however, condemning Le Romain to a second-straight All Aged Stakes runners up cheque. Read report here. The talented miler gathered momentum down the outside with Damien Oliver in the saddle and it reeled in the likes of English and Le Romain, which finished second.
Heavy track specialist Jungle Edge battled into third. The filly became the first filly since Atlantic Jewel to beat the older horses in the race and just the third three-year-old in almost 90 years to win it. In the modern era Rough Habit and Sunline won the race twice.
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