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2019 Winx Stakes 

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Winx Stakes Race Details

Date: August 24, 2019
Time: 3:45PM
Racecourse: Randwick Racecourse
Race Distance: 1400m
Conditions: WFA
Prize Money: $500,000

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WINX STAKES BEST BET
1.Avilius $3.60

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WINX STAKES BEST ROUGHIE
8.Unforgotten $13.00

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Resuming after a five months break. Finished off last campaign began awkwardly; 5 of 8 at Rosehill in the G3 Sky High Stks in Mar over 2000m, on rain affected going; 4.5 len behind Red Cardinal carrying 55kg at $5.00. Previous preparation first-up won by 1.3 len Canterbury 5yo+ (Bm76) in Nov last year over 1100m defeating Star Crossed with 58.5kg at $7.00. Simply not good enough for these.

 

Resuming after a five months break. Finished off last campaign winning won by 1.8 len this track G1 Australian Oaks in Apr over 2400m defeating Scarlet Dream with 56kg at $2.00. First up last campaign eased at start and overraced near 600m; 2 of 10 at Flemington in the G3 The Vanity in Feb over 1400m, 1 len behind Amphitrite carrying 57.5kg at $7.00. Biggest test to date. Can she match it with the big boys? I think so.
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Winx Stakes Selections

  1. (1) Avilius $3.60
  2. (8) Unforgotten $13
  3. (10) Verry Elleegant $4.20
  4. (9) Youngstar $34
  5. (2) Happy Clapper $4.50
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Winx Stakes Information

The Winx Stakes is a Group 1 race run under Weight For Age conditions for open class horses at Randwick conducted by the Australian Turf Club.
The Winx Stakes is run over 1400m. Its main home was always Warwick Farm but the last few runnings and occasionally in the past it has been at Randwick.
It was first run in 1923 and was won by Sunburst.
The Winx Stakes has been run basically at 1400m since its inception bar for a brief period in the 1930s.
It was previously known as the Warwick Stakes when it was a Group 2 race all the way until 2018 when it was upgraded to a Group 1 and renamed after the champion mare.
Winx winning in 2016 was her tenth win in a row as part of her amazing sequence and then her 18th in 2017. The 26th in a row was also her third consecutive win in the race.
Pablo’s Pulse won the race in 1987 at 500-1.

The 2007 race was not held due to the Equine Influenza break out.
Many a horse’s Cox Plate campaign has begun in this race and naturally, that is true of the last three.
The 2017 edition was remarkable after Winx was fractious, banged against the barriers just before the jump and missed the start by four lengths. She took a time to wind up but just got up.
The 2019 Winx Stakes will be run for prizemoney of $500,000.
Notable winners of the Winx Stakes include Winx (2016/2017/2018), Racing To Win (2008), Court’s In Session (2006), Private Steer (2004), Lonhro (2001/2003), Defier (2002), Sunline (1999), Filante (1996/1997), Shaftesbury Avenue (1992), Super Impose (1990/1991), Kingston Town (1980/1981/1982), Sky High (1961/1962), Tulloch (1957), San Domenico (1950/1951), Bernborough (1946), Flight (1944), Chatham (1933/1934), Amounis (1930) and Limerick (1927/1928/1929).
The 2018 Winx Stakes was won by Winx with Invictus Prince 2nd and D’Argento 3rd.

How to bet on the Winx Stakes?

Looking to bet on the Winx Stakes? Online bookmakers such as Ladbrokes offer a quick and easy online betting service. Once you have signed up simply navigate your way to the correct market and click on the odds of the horse you wish to bet on. You can then enter the amount you wish to bet and all you will need to do is confirm your bet. It’s that easy!

When is the Winx Stakes?

The Winx Stakes 2019 will be run on Saturday, August 24 at Randwick Racecourse. The scheduled start time for the race is 3:45PM.

What time is the Winx Stakes 2019?

The Winx Stakes 2019 will be run at 3:45PM on Saturday, August 24 at Randwick Racecourse.

Where is the Winx Stakes 2019?

The Winx Stakes 2019 will take place at Randwick Racecourse on Saturday, August 24.

How to live stream the 2019 Winx Stakes

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Previous Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
WINX (AUS) 7M
STREET CRY (IRE) – VEGAS SHOWGIRL (NZ) AL AKBAR (AUS)
J BOWMAN 57.0 CHRIS WALLER 5
WINX (AUS) 6M
STREET CRY (IRE) – VEGAS SHOWGIRL (NZ) AL AKBAR (AUS)
J BOWMAN 57.0 CHRIS WALLER 2
WINX (AUS) 5M
STREET CRY (IRE) – VEGAS SHOWGIRL (NZ) AL AKBAR (AUS)
J BOWMAN 57.0 CHRIS WALLER 4
ROYAL DESCENT (AUS) 6M
REDOUTE’S CHOICE (AUS) – MULAN PRINCESS (NZ) KAAPSTAD (NZ)
J BOWMAN 57.0 CHRIS WALLER 3
TIGER TEES (NZ) 7G
DUBAWI (IRE) – PARFORE (NZ) GOLD BROSE (AUS)
G SCHOFIELD 59.0 JOSEPH PRIDE 7
VEYRON (NZ) 8G
THORN PARK (AUS) – OVER THE LIMIT (NZ) CENTRO (NZ)
C REITH 59.0 LINDA LAING 2
PINWHEEL (AUS) 7G
LONHRO (AUS) – QUILT (AUS) DANEHILL (USA)
K MCEVOY 59.0 PETER SNOWDEN 11
PINWHEEL (AUS) 6G
LONHRO (AUS) – QUILT (AUS) DANEHILL (USA)
K MCEVOY 59.0 PETER SNOWDEN 10
METAL BENDER (NZ) 5G
DANASINGA (AUS) – JACQWIN (AUS) BLUEBIRD (USA)
TIM CLARK 59.0 CHRIS WALLER 4
TRUSTING (AUS) 3C
TALE OF THE CAT (USA) – LEGIBLE (NZ) ZABEEL (NZ)
C MUNCE 50.5 JASON COYLE 9
RACING TO WIN (AUS) 6G
ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS) – SURREALIST (AUS) KENNY’S BEST PAL (AUS)
J BOWMAN 59.0 JOHN O’SHEA 4
COURT’S IN SESSION (AUS) 7G
BUREAUCRACY (NZ) – MARKATIE COURT (AUS) SEVENTH HUSSAR (AUS)
D BEASLEY 58.0 G H WALTER 5
SIR DEX (AUS) 5G
DEXTER (GB) – AMWAJ (AUS) MARSCAY (AUS)
Z PURTON 58.0 GREGORY HICKMAN 1
PRIVATE STEER (AUS) 5M
DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) – LISHEENOWEN (AUS) SEMIPALATINSK (USA)
G BOSS 55.5 JOHN O’SHEA 2
LONHRO (AUS) 5H
OCTAGONAL (NZ) – SHADEA (NZ) STRAIGHT STRIKE (USA)
D BEADMAN 58.0 JOHN HAWKES 3
DEFIER (AUS) 5G
DEHERE (USA) – LILANDE (AUS) MARSCAY (AUS)
C MUNCE 58.0 G H WALTER 2
LONHRO (AUS) 3C
OCTAGONAL (NZ) – SHADEA (NZ) STRAIGHT STRIKE (USA)
D MCLELLAN 49.5 JOHN HAWKES 11
AL MANSOUR (AUS) 6G
AT TALAQ (USA) – CLASSIC VICTORY (AUS) BLETCHINGLY (AUS)
D BEADMAN 58.0 JOHN SIZE 2

 

 

2019 GR1 TVG PACIFIC CLASSIC BETTING CHEAT SHEET


The Road to the 2019 Breeders’ Cup World Championships makes a stop at one of racing’s premier venues this Saturday for Del Mar’s signature race, the $1 million, Grade 1 TVG Pacific Classic Stakes. With the winner getting an all-expenses-paid “Win and you’re in” ticket into November’s Breeder’s Cup Classic at Santa Anita.

This year’s 29th running of the Pacific Classic drew a competitive 10-horse field highlighted by the 1-2 finishers of the Grade 2 Stephen Foster Stakes in June, Seeking the Soul and Quip.

Whether you want to gamble a few bucks on the race or you just want the scoop on this year’s runners, we’ve got you covered with our 2019 TVG.COM Pacific Classic Betting Cheat Sheet.

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1. War Story (8-1)

Jockey: Tiago Pereira

Trainer: Jorge Navarro

Owners: Imaginary Stables and Glenn Ellis

Career record: 35 starts – 7 wins – 6 seconds – 5 thirds

Career earnings: $2,885,305

Earnings per start: $82,437

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 124

Pedigree: Northern Afleet – Belle Watling, by Pulpit

Colour: Chestnut

Age: 7

Notable achievements and interesting facts: War Story was a rising star on the Kentucky Derby trail back in 2015, but ever since running 16th in the 141st run for the roses he’s built a career as a lunch-pail racehorse capable of grabbing purse shares in lucrative races (such as earning a total of $900,000 for finishing fifth and 10th in the first two runnings of the Pegasus World Cup Invitational). He returns to Del Mar for the third time on Saturday, and will look to repeat his good fourth-place showing in the 2017 Breeders’ Cup Classic, won by Gun Runner, rather than his seventh-place finish in the 2016 Pacific Classic, won by California Chrome. War Story comes in off of a win July 20 in the Grade 3, 1 1/8-mile Monmouth Cup Stakes, where he out finished Bal Harbour to win by a head. That effort indicates that even as he prepares to make his 36th career start, War Story still has the will to compete, and although his win chances are slim in the Pacific Classic, he’s shown more than enough ability throughout his career to merit strong consideration as a trifecta and superfecta filler. California-based jockey Tiago Pereira will ride War Story for the first time Saturday.


2. Quip (9-2)

Jockey: Florent Geroux

Trainer: Rodolphe Brisset

Owners: WinStar Farm, China Horse Club, and SF Racing

Career record: 9 starts – 4 wins – 2 seconds – 1 third

Career earnings: $1,054,100

Earnings per start: $117,122

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 108

Pedigree: Distorted Humor – Princess Ash, by Indian Charlie

Colour: Bay

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: This talented racehorse ships in from points East to try for an elusive Grade 1 win, and he’ll face off again with Seeking the Soul. Both exit the Grade 2 Stephen Foster Stakes at Churchill Downs on June 15, when Quip duelled with classy Tom’s d’Etat for most of the 1 1/8-mile race and put that foe away in the final furlong but then could not withstand Seeking the Soul’s late charge and lost by a neck. Quip won the Grade 2 Oaklawn Handicap in his start prior to the Stephen Foster in a game effort, and prior to that, he ran third in his 2019 debut in the Grade 3 Hal’s Hope Stakes at Gulfstream Park after a nine-month layoff. At age 3, Quip won the Grade 2 Lambholm South Tampa Bay Derby and finished a good second in the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby before disappointing in the Preakness Stakes. Based on that impressive two-year record, there’s an aura of untapped potential surrounding this colt that suggests a Grade 1 victory is well within his ability. The main concern with Quip is distance, as he’s been unable to finish the deal in two of his three starts at 1 1/8 miles despite good tries in both the Arkansas Derby and Stephen Foster, and he only won the Oaklawn Handicap by a neck. Still, Quip has shown plenty of fight throughout his career and figures to be near the early lead and battling all the way into midstretch under Florent Geroux, who won the Breeders’ Cup Classic aboard Gun Runner at Del Mar in 2017. This is the first Pacific Classic start for both Geroux and trainer Rodolphe Brisset. Co-owner WinStar Farm campaigned 2008 Pacific Classic runner-up Well Armed.


3. Pavel (7-2)

Jockey: Mario Gutierrez

Trainer: Doug O’Neill

Owner: Reddam Racing

Career record: 17 starts – 3 wins – 1 second – 2 thirds

Career earnings: $2,090,000

Earnings per start: $122,941

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 117

Pedigree: Creative Cause – Mons Venus, by Maria’s Mon

Colour: Gray or roan

Age: 5

Notable achievements and interesting facts: Last year’s Pacific Classic runner-up returns for another try on the heels of a decent third-place finish behind Preservationist and Catholic Boy in the Grade 2 Suburban Stakes July 6 at Belmont Park. He’s been training steadily at Del Mar since then for Doug O’Neill and, on the positive side, won’t face a monster like 2018 winner Accelerate in this year’s edition of the Pacific Classic. On the other hand, he has not visited the winner’s circle since taking the Grade 1 Stephen Foster Handicap in June 2018 — easily his career-best race — and has generally continued his usual pattern of picking up hefty checks in prestige races by obtaining minor placings (he’s finished fourth seven times in his career, all in graded stakes, and earned $1.1 million with two such efforts in the 2018 and 2019 Dubai World Cups). Pavel can be counted on to usually make up some ground in the late going, but he doesn’t exactly have a swift turn of foot, and one wonders if regular rider Mario Gutierrez won’t put him in the race a little earlier on Saturday than usual. In his Stephen Foster win, Pavel stalked the pace and took over coming out of the far turn at Churchill Downs to get the jump on his opponents, and such a strategy might give him a better chance at winning (or at least hitting the board) on Saturday. As it stands, Pavel is an underlay on the morning line at 7-2 odds. Gutierrez was aboard Pavel in last year’s Pacific Classic, which boosted trainer Doug O’Neill’s overall record to one win, one second, and two thirds from 12 Pacific Classic starts. O’Neill won the 2006 renewal with fan favourite Lava Man. J. Paul Reddam has finished second one other time as sole owner besides last year, with Momentum in 2002; he also co-owned 2010 runner-up Crowded House.


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4. For the Top (12-1)

Jockey: Martin Garcia

Trainer: Bob Baffert

Owner: RRR Racing

Career record: 7 starts – 2 wins – 1 second – 2 thirds

Career earnings: $160,428

Earnings per start: $22,918

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 101

Pedigree: Equal Stripes – Stormy Martyr, by Bernstein

Colour: Bay

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has won the Pacific Classic five times, second behind the late Bobby Frankel’s six victories, but he’ll be represented by a longshot in Saturday’s renewal with For the Top after stable star McKinzie instead was pointed to — and impressively won — the Grade 1 Whitney Stakes at Saratoga Aug. 3. This Argentine-bred won two of five starts in his home country, including a Group 1 stakes on dirt at about 1 ½ mile, before coming to the U.S. earlier this year. He made his debut in a one-mile allowance-optional claiming race at Santa Anita in June and finished last of four after pressing the early pace (fellow Pacific Classic starter Draft Pick rallied from last to win). He then started in the Grade 3 Cougar II Handicap at 1 ½ mile at Del Mar and again tired late after pressing the early pace to finish third behind another Pacific Classic foe, Campaign. It will be interesting to see if Baffert tries a different running style with For the Top in the Pacific Classic since the horse has been out finished in both of his U.S. starts, but the presence of Martin Garcia, one of the best pace jockeys in California, in the irons suggests that For the Top will be in the front ranks once again on Saturday. Garcia has won the Pacific Classic twice, both times for Baffert, aboard Game On Dude in 2013 and Collected in 2017. Baffert’s three other Pacific Classic wins came with General Challenge in 1999 and with Richard’s Kid in 2009 and 2010. Baffert has also finished second three times and third once.


5. Seeking the Soul (3-1)

Jockey: John Velazquez

Trainer: Dallas Stewart

Owner: Charles Fipke

Career record: 27 starts – 7 wins – 6 seconds – 7 thirds

Career earnings: $3,335,802

Earnings per start: $123,548

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 122

Pedigree: Perfect Soul – Seeking the Title, by Seeking the Gold

Colour: Bay

Age: 6

Notable achievements and interesting facts: In this current era of horse racing, Seeking the Soul qualifies as a throwback. Unlike fellow Pacific Classic starter War Story, who has eight more career starts but is a gelding, this 6-year-old still has a prospective career at stud on the horizon. Still, he has been sent all around the U.S. for four years running by owner-breeder Charles Fipke and trainer Dallas Stewart — and even to Dubai earlier this year. More often than not, he’s answered the bell against some of the best racehorses in training. That includes his most recent start, a sharp win at Churchill Downs in the June 15 Grade 2 Stephen Foster Stakes, in which he out finished Pacific Classic fo Quip to score by a neck. That victory pushed Seeking the Soul’s career earnings over the $3 million mark, and he enters the Pacific Classic as the 3-1 morning-line favourite. He deserves that distinction, but it must be noted that Seeking the Soul is 0-for-2 in races longer than 1 1/8 miles and, as a closer, will be dependent on a good pace scenario and a clean trip to set up his late kick. Still, he’s arguably in the best form of his career, the recent Dubai trip aside, and has excelled when teamed up with Hall of Famer John Velazquez in the saddle. One of the best jockeys at judging pace and timing a horse’s rally, Velazquez should have Seeking the Soul in a good position to make his customary stretch rally in Saturday’s race. This will be the first Pacific Classic start for Velazquez, Stewart, and Fipke.


6. Higher Power (8-1)

Jockey: Flavien Prat

Trainer: John Sadler

Owner: Hronis Racing

Career record: 12 starts – 4 wins – 1 second – 4 thirds

Career earnings: $200,648

Earnings per start: $16,721

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 112

Pedigree: Medaglia d’Oro – Alternate, by Seattle Slew

Colour: Bay

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: After winning three of his first nine starts racing on the Midwest circuit, Higher Power was bought by Hronis Racing and sent to California and John Sadler. He joins Sadler-trained Campaign as a worthy contender in the Pacific Classic at what should be attractive odds, although he’ll need to muster a career-best performance to have a shot at winning, and even that might not be enough. His two best starts for Sadler have been his most recent ones, both coming on turf: a win in a one-mile allowance-optional claiming race at Santa Anita in June and a runner-up effort in the July 21 Wickerr Stakes at Del Mar. Higher Power picks up current Del Mar leading jockey Flavien Prat for the Pacific Classic, a big plus. Look for Prat to place his mount behind the early leaders through the first six furlongs and make a bid for the lead entering the far turn. A consistent type, his form has improved since moving to California and he should be considered for exactas and trifectas. Sadler picked up his first win in the Pacific Classic last year with Hronis Racing’s eventual Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and champion Accelerate, and he’s also finished second twice and third twice from 12 starts.


7. Tenfold (8-1)

Jockey: Mike Smith

Trainer: Steve Asmussen

Owner: Winchell Thoroughbreds

Career record: 11 starts – 4 wins – 0 seconds – 1 third

Career earnings: $901,890

Earnings per start: $81,990

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 110

Pedigree: Curlin – Temptress, by Tapit

Colour: Dark bay or brown

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: Beginning with this well-bred colt’s second start, which was his second consecutive win to start off his career, he’s alternated good and bad performances over the past year and a half. If he keeps up the pattern, Tenfold should show up in Saturday’s Pacific Classic after making absolutely no impression in the June 15 Grade 2 Stephen Foster Stakes. He finished ninth of 12 in the Foster, 17 lengths behind Seeking the Soul, and he mustered only an 83 Equibase Speed Figure without any apparent excuse. Prior to the Foster, Tenfold tallied his second career graded stakes win in the Grade 3 Pimlico Special Stakes, defeating You’re to Blame by a neck … but that followed a seventh-place finish to Quip in the Grade 2 Oaklawn Handicap. You get the picture. This Steve Asmussen trainee has flashed enough talent to defeat the likes of Vino Rosso and Flameaway in the 2018 Jim Dandy Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets and to come three-quarters of a length shy of Justify in last year’s Preakness Stakes, but he’s also appeared overmatched at the top level several times, as noted above. Tenfold has a good, stalking running style and is bred for the Pacific Classic’s mile-and-a-quarter distance, and Hall of Famer Mike Smith gets on him for the first time Saturday, a big plus. Smith is tied with the late Garrett Gomez as the winningest rider in the Pacific Classic with four victories: Came Home (2002), Richard’s Kid (2009, 2010), and Shared Belief (2013). He’s also finished second once and third twice.


8. Campaign (6-1)

Jockey: Rafael Bejarano                                                                  

Trainer: John Sadler

Owner: Woodford Racing

Career record: 10 starts – 5 wins – 1 second – 0 thirds

Career earnings: $394,753

Earnings per start: $39,475

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 112

Pedigree: Curlin – Arania, by Dynaformer

Colour: Bay

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: Even with the announcement that Catalina Cruiser would skip the Pacific Classic and compete in one-turn races going forward, trainer John Sadler still has a pair of legitimate contenders entered in Saturday’s mile-and-a-quarter contest. Campaign is more accomplished than stablemate Higher Power in dirt races and figures to get some betting support in the Pacific Classic based on his current form and, even more so, on his proven ability in long-distance routes. The Curlin colt first drew attention last fall on turf, winning races at 1 ½ mile and then 1 5/16 miles during Kentucky Downs’s short meet for trainer Steve Asmussen. In February, he resurfaced in California under Sadler’s care and has since competed exclusively on dirt, winning three of five starts including the Grade 3 Tokyo City Cup Stakes in April at Santa Anita and the Cougar II Handicap most recently on July 24 at Del Mar, both at 1 ½ mile. This horse is a grinding type who rates well back off of the pace and methodically makes his way through the homestretch picking off foes, and he’s a logical choice to hit the board if a fast pace develops in the Pacific Classic. Sadler picked up his first win in the Pacific Classic last year with eventual Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and champion Accelerate, and he’s also finished second twice and third twice from 12 starts. Jockey Rafael Bejarano has piloted Campaign in both of his stakes wins; he’s finished third twice in the Pacific Classic.


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9. Mongolian Groom (20-1)

Jockey: Abel Cedillo

Trainer: Enebish Ganbat

Owner: Mongolian Stable

Career record: 13 starts – 2 wins – 2 seconds – 2 thirds

Career earnings: $249,141

Earnings per start: $19,165

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 114

Pedigree: Hightail – Bourbonesque, by Dynaformer

Colour: Dark bay or brown

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: If this workmanlike gelding runs back to his most recent start, he’ll have a chance to spice up the exotic ticket payoffs in the Pacific Classic. Mongolian Groom came up a length short to odds-on favourite Catalina Cruiser in the Grade 2 San Diego Handicap July 20, Del Mar’s prep race for the Pacific Classic, but kept churning through the stretch in a game effort. Four starts prior to the San Diego, he finished third behind Gift Box and McKinzie at odds of 53.50-1 in the Santa Anita Handicap Presented by San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino. He usually can be counted on to make up ground in the stretch with a sustained rally, and his only throw-out race through his prior nine starts came this past June when he unsuccessfully tried turf. As such, Mongolian Groom is a must-use in trifecta and superfecta tickets on Saturday, but his win chances are very slim against accomplished graded stakes opponents such as Seeking the Soul, Quip, Pavel, and others. Abel Cedillo retains the mount after his good ride on Mongolian Groom in the San Diego. He is seeking his first win in the Pacific Classic, as is trainer Enebish Ganbat and owner Mongolian Stable, who memorably won the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint in 2015 with Mongolian Saturday.


10. Draft Pick (20-1)

Jockey: Joe Talamo

Trainer: Peter Eurton

Owner: C R K Stable

Career record: 11 starts – 3 wins – 2 seconds – 3 thirds

Career earnings: $307,480

Earnings per start: $27,953

Top Equibase Speed Figure: 112

Pedigree: Candy Ride – Firehouse Red, by Arch

Colour: Bay

Age: 4

Notable achievements and interesting facts: This son of 2003 Pacific Classic winner and track-record setter Candy Ride has returned in good form for his two starts this year. After a 10-month break, he won fresh off the bench by a neck in a one-mile allowance-optional claiming race at Santa Anita in June and then ran a solid third behind top-class Catalina Cruiser in the Grade 2 San Diego Handicap, pressing that foe through the backstretch and far turn before tiring a bit late to lose by 2 ¼ lengths. Draft Pick has not competed at 1 ¼ mile before but prefers route races and has a good press-pacing running style that will allow jockey Joe Talamo to put him in a good spot early. This colt has never finished worse than fourth in his 11 starts and earned a career-high Equibase Speed Figure in the San Diego Handicap. Two notes of concern: he’s only faced three other opponents in each of his two starts this year, and in Quip and Tenfold, he’ll be squaring off against two stakes-winning East Coast shippers who also share the same running style. Talamo is winless in seven prior Pacific Classic starts, and this will be trainer Peter Eurton’s first starter in Del Mar’s signature race. Lee and Susan Searing’s C R K Stable finished second in the 2013 Pacific Classic with Kettle Corn.

 

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2019 Arlington Million Guide: Preview, Odds, Selections, Bets, Watch

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2019 Arlington Million (G1)

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# Silks Horse Trainer / Jockey Odds
1 Robert Bruce C. Brown
J. Castellano
7-2
2 Magic Wand A. O’Brien
W. Lordan
5-1
3 Bricks and Mortar  C. Brown
I. Ortiz, Jr.
8-5
4 Catcho En Die N. Chatterpaul
S. Doyle
30-1
5 Hunting Horn A. O’Brien
R. Moore
12-1
6 The Great Day A. Delacour
T. McCarthy
12-1
7 Pivoine A. Balding
S. Sousa
15-1
8 Captivating Moon  C. Block
J. Valdivia, Jr.
20-1
9 Intellogent F. Chappet
F. Geroux
12-1
10 Bandua J. Sisterson
A. Beschizza
6-1

WATCH THE 2019 ARLINGTON MILLION LIVE & FREE

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SUMMARY

The Arlington Million was the first thoroughbred race to offer a purse of US$1,000,000. It is part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge series, and the winner automatically qualifies for the Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf.

The Arlington Million was introduced in 1981 by Joe Joyce, the dad of TVG’s Mike Joyce and the president of Arlington Park at the time. The winner receives 60% of the million-dollar purse and the Arlington Million Trophy. The race was graded after only its second running and was awarded a grade one status in 1983 based on the talent of the runners that raced in its first two years

Even with Bricks and Mortar’s presence, the Grade 1 Arlington Million still drew a healthy field size of 10 this year, with four European-based entries. While the competition looks overmatched on paper compared to the near-invincible form of Bricks and Mortar, in racing anything could still happen.

One other horse attracting attention is Robert Bruce, who won this race last year. Plus, familiar European-based runners Magic Wand and Hunting Horn ship over here again for trainer Aidan O’Brien, and Bandua carries the hopes of the local horses.

The Arlington Million’s post time is set for 6:12 p.m. CDT Saturday 10 August.

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FIELD

1. Robert Bruce, 7-2 (Fast Company – Chad Brown/Javier Castellano – 13: 8-2-0): The expected second choice gets to save all the ground with the rail post. Toss out his Fort Marcy Stakes (G3) flop, as he needed the race. The runner-up finish in the Manhattan Stakes (G1) is a better barometer of his ability. With that said, Bricks and Mortar still finished 1 ½ lengths ahead, which is a sizable margin on turf. But there is still the chance he improves in his third start off the layoff. Last years winner of this race. Main Danger.

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2. Magic Wand, 5-1 (Galileo – Aidan O’Brien/Wayne Lordan) – 16: 2-5-2): This filly has disappointed since winning at Royal Ascot last summer. In her most recent start, she finished a dismal 11th in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1). Her second in the Pegasus World Cup Turf to Bricks and Mortar earlier this year is credible, but she keeps losing. After the Pegasus, she ran fifth in the Dubai Sheema (G1) and third in the Man o’ War Stakes (G1), before runner-up finishes in the Wolferton Stakes and Pretty Polly (G1) in Europe. Hope

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3. Bricks and Mortar, 8-5 (Giants Causeway – Chad Brown/Irad Ortiz Jr. – 11: 9-0-2): How do bettors play against this horse? Since returning in December, he is undefeated with wins in the Pegasus World Cup Turf, Muniz Memorial Handicap (G2), Turf Classic Stakes (G1) and the Manhattan Stakes (G1). In most of those races, he looked clearly the best from a visual standpoint, and the small margin in the Muniz Memorial is forgivable because of the slow pace. Clear Top pick.

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4. Catcho En Die, 30-1 (Catcher in the Rye – Naipaul Chatterpaul/Sophie Doyle – 13: 5-1-1): With a ninth-place finish in the Manhattan, followed by an eighth in the United Nations Stakes (G1) against a weak field and an 11th in the Bowling Green Stakes (G2), it is hard to imagine why the connections want to run. Roughie.

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5. Hunting Horn, 12-1 (Camelot – Aidan O’Brien/Ryan Moore – 19: 2-2-5): In Europe, this is a constant also-ran for O’Brien. Sometimes he will pick up a minor check, as he did when running fourth in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes (G1) behind Crystal Ocean and Magical at Royal Ascot. On this soil in 2019, he ran fourth in the Man o’ War Stakes (G1) after setting a fast pace and third in the W.L. McKnight Stakes (G3). If he fires, a minor award is the limit. Place Best.

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6. The Great Day, 12-1 (Harlan’s Holiday – Arnaud Delacour/Trevor McCarthy – 13: 4-6-1): This one finished a decent second in the Arlington Handicap (G3), 1 ¾ lengths behind Bandua. But if that effort is his best, he cannot contend in the Arlington Million with Bandua entered again and better horses present as well. Hard to Have.

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7. Pivoine, 15-1 (Redoute’s Choice – Andrew Balding/Silvestre De Sousa – 19: 6-0-1): Some bettors might find a new European invader intriguing, but his overall class is lower than Magic Wand or Hunting Horn. Even though he won the Diamond Jubilee Cup in his most recent start, no real competition ran against him. Pivoine also tried the Gordon Richards Stakes (G3) and Al Rayyan Stakes (G3) earlier this year and finished sixth and fourth in those two races respectively. Not for Me.

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8. Captivating Moon, 20-1 (Malibu Moon – Chris Block/Jose Valdivia Jr. – 14: 2-6-4): His third-place effort in the Arlington Handicap, 3 ¾ lengths behind Bandua, will not cut it against this group. In his only other start at the Grade 1 level, he ran fifth in the Secretariat Stakes (G1) on this card last year. Looks Tough.

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9. Intellogent, 12-1 (Intello – Fabrice Chappet/Florent Geroux – 11: 3-1-2): The other new European face finished fourth in the Prix d’Ispahan (G1). Although the race is labeled as a Group 1, it is not a “true” Group 1 as the winner Zabeel Prince went on to finish seventh in the Prince of Wales’s, eighth in the Coral-Eclipse (G1) and seventh in the Sussex Stakes (G1). Earlier this year, Intellogent also finished last in the Prix Ganay Stakes (G1), 13 ¼ lengths behind Waldgeist. Place Hope.

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10. Bandua, 6-1 (The Factor – Jack Sisterson/Adam Beschizza – 12: 3-1-1): Bandua did look sharp winning the Arlington Handicap, but who did he beat? None of the big names from the Manhattan were present, making the race a bit of a cakewalk. With that said, Bandua’s sixth in the Manhattan is better than it looks as he chased a fast pace. He is still young and improving. Not Hopeless.

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SELECTIONS

3. Bricks and Mortar,

10. Bandua,

1. Robert Bruce,

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BETS

3. Bricks and Mortar, On the nose / straight out!

 

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2019 Tj Smith Stakes Preview & Tips

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Saturday 06 April 2019

$2,500,000

Group 1

Aquis TJ Smith Stakes

Royal Randwick

 

1.Redzel

Jockey: Kerrin Mcevoy

Trainer: Peter & Paul Snowden

Barrier: 5

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $8.50

Finished worse than midfield last start in the Galaxy on a heavy track but a two time Group I winner. Proven on softer tracks. Outside hope.

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2.Trapeze Artist

Jockey: Blake Shinn

Trainer: Gerald Ryan

Barrier: 7

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $4.20

Gave nothing else a chance to win last start in the Canterbury Stakes and won four of eight Group I attempts. Trial win in the 28 days since last race adds confidence. Among the main chances.

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3.Santa Ana Lane

Jockey: Mark Zahra

Trainer: Anthony Freedman

Barrier: 8

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $7.00

Finished amongst the leaders last start in the Newmarket Hcp when fresh and won four of seven Group I attempts. Trialled in the 28 days since last run. Big chance.

 

4.Pierata

Jockey: Tommy Berry

Trainer: Gregory Hickman

Barrier: 2

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $6.00

Came on strong when just beaten last start in the Galaxy and has very strong form at Randwick. Placed in three of six Group I attempts. Not the worst.

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5.Vega Magic

Jockey: Damien Oliver

Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig

Barrier: 3

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $17

First-up after 25 week spell. Won at Caulfield when last fresh and won four of eight first-up. Prepped well winning last trial at the same track. Some claims.

 

6.Ball Of Muscle

Jockey: Glyn Schofield

Trainer: Joseph Pride

Barrier: 10

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $13

Looking for a hat-trick after winning two in a row at Randwick and Caulfield. Goes well on a softer track. Can shock.

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7.Osborne Bulls

Jockey: Hugh Bowman

Trainer: James Cummings

Barrier: 4

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $4.60

Narrowly beaten as a favourite last start in the Newmarket Hcp and capable of closing gamely. Placed in two of three Group I attempts. Among the main chances.

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8.Fell Swoop

Jockey: James Mcdonald

Trainer: Matthew Dale

Barrier: 1

Weight: 58.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $51

Finished in the middle of the pack last start in the William Reid Stakes and has placed in five of 14 Group I races. Has gone well on a softer track but still not in this.

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9.Shoals

Jockey: Tim Clark

Trainer: Anthony Freedman

Barrier: 6

Weight: 56.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $11

Placed last start in the Canterbury Stakes when first up and won three of five Group I attempts. Track specialist winning twice at Randwick. One for wider exotics.

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10.Champagne Cuddles

Jockey: Damian Lane

Trainer: Bjorn Baker

Barrier: 9

Weight: 56.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $71

Finished midfield last start in the Newmarket Hcp and in the money in four of seven Group I outings. Goes well on a softer track but not in this.

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11.Sunlight

Jockey: Luke Currie

Trainer: Tony Mcevoy

Barrier: 11

Weight: 54.5

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Odds – BetEasy (Bet Here): $8.50

Won three of six Group I attempts. Can’t knock the form winning two in a row at Moonee Valley and Flemington. Perfectly placed.

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Tips:

1.3.Santa Ana Lane

2.4.Pierata

3.11.Sunlight

4.Osborne Bulls

5.Trapeze Artist

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Suggested Bets:

3.Santa Ana Lane to win at $7.00

GOLD COAST MAGIC MILLIONS CLASSIC: HORSES / JOCKEYS / TRAINERS / BREEDERS / OWNERS – WINNERS HONOUR ROLL

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2018 Sunlight

Zoustar-Solar Charged
2nd Fullazaboot, 3rd Outback Barbie
Margins: 2 lengths x 0.3 length
Time: 1 minute 9.17 seconds
Cost: $300,000 at 2017 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud
Buyer: Aquis Farm/McEvoy Mitchell Racing/Blue Sky Bloodstock
Trainer: Tony McEvoy
Jockey: Luke Currie

2017 Houtzen

I Am Invincible-Set to Unleash
2nd Chauffeur, 3rd Madeenaty
Margins: 0.5 length x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.49 seconds
Cost: $105,000 at 2016 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Yarraman Park Stud
Buyer: Edmonds Racing
Trainer: Toby Edmonds
Jockey: Jeff Lloyd
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2016 Capitalist

Written Tycoon-Kitalpha
2nd Nikitas, 3rd Candika
Margins: 2.5 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.29 seconds
Cost: $165,000 at 2015 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Daandine Stud
Buyer: James Harron B’stock/Snowden Racing
Trainer: Peter & Paul Snowden
Jockey: Blake Shinn

2015 Le Chef

Exceed and Excel-Red for Lou
2nd Pepperano, 3rd Single Gaze
Margins: 0.8 lengths x 0.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.77 seconds
Cost: $120,000 at 2014 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Lenore Saunders
Trainer: Darryl Hansen
Jockey: Luke Tarrant
2014 Unencumbered

2014 Unencumbered

Testa Rossa-Blizzardly
2nd Oakleigh Girl, 3rd Ruby Soho
Margins: 0.8 len x 2.3 lens
Time: 1 minute 9.6 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 2013 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Newhaven Park
Buyer: Bjorn Baker
Trainer: Bjorn Baker
Jockey: Nathan Berry
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2013 Real Surreal

Real Saga-Stolen Beauty, 2nd Sweet Idea, 3rd Missy Longstocking
Margins: Head x 1.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.98 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 2012 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Robyn Wise (As Agent)
Buyer: $75,000
Trainer: Kelso Wood
Jockey: Michael Cahill
2012 Driefontein

2012 Driefontein

Fastnet Rock-Follow Gold
2nd No Looking Back, 3rd Alezan Thunder. Protest 2 v 1 upheld.
Margins: Neck x 1 length
Time: 1 minute 9.49 seconds
Cost: $75,000 at 2011 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Star Thoroughbreds
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Tommy Berry
2011 Karuta Queen

2011 Karuta Queen

Not a Single Doubt-Card Queen
2nd Combat Kitty, 3rd Schiffer
Margins: 2.8 lengths x Short head
Time: 1 minute 11 seconds
Cost: $30,000 at 2010 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Turangga Farm (As Agent)
Buyer: Glenn Williams
Trainer: Neville Layt
Jockey: Tommy Berry
2010 Military Rose

2010 Military Rose

General Nediym-Bella Maddalena
2nd Ambers Waltz, 3rd Demanding Miss
Margins: 3.8 lengths x Neck
Time: 1 minute 10.27 seconds
Cost: $155,000 at 2009 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Middlebrook Valley Lodge (As Agent)
Buyer: Heinrich Bloodstock
Trainer: Gillian Heinrich
Jockey: Stathi Katsidis
2009 Phelan Ready

2009 Phelan Ready

More Than Ready-Nancy Eleanor
2nd Paprika, 3rd Motown Lady
Margins: Neck x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 10 seconds
Cost: $150,000 at 2008 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Kitchwin Hills (As Agent)
Buyer: McLachlan Place Racing Stables
Trainer: Bruce & Jason McLachlan
Jockey: Jason Holder
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2008 Augusta Proud

2008 Augusta Proud

More Than Ready-Kadasha
2nd She’s Meaner, 3rd High Roll’n Woman
Margins: Head x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.4 seconds
Cost: P$47,500 at 2007 Adelaide Yearling Sale
Vendor: Mill Park Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: R$50,000
Trainer: Leon Macdonald
Jockey: Clare Lindop
2007 Mimi Lebrock

2007 Mimi Lebrock

Show a Heart-God Love It
2nd Husson Lightning, 3rd Royal Asscher
Margins: Short neck x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 9.98 seconds
Cost: $170,000 at 2006 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Glenlogan Park
Buyer: Les Smith
Trainer: Bart Cummings
Jockey: Hugh Bowman
2006 Mirror Mirror

2006 Mirror Mirror

Dehere-Fair Vanity
2nd Churchill Downs, 3rd Reigart
Margins: 1.8 lengths x Long head
Time: 1 minute 9.88 seconds
Cost: $120,000 at 2005 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Rosari Farm
Buyer: Strawberry Hill Stud
Trainer: Clarry Conners
Jockey: Danny Beasley
2005 Bradbury’s Luck

2005 Bradbury’s Luck

Redoute’s Choice-Skating
2nd Emit Time, 3rd Snitzel, Al Samer. Dead heat for 3rd.
Margins: 0.8 length x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 9.45 seconds
Cost: $225,000 at 2004 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Segenhoe Stud
Buyer: Graeme Rogerson
Trainer: Graeme Rogerson
Jockey: Hugh Bowman
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2004 Dance Hero

2004 Dance Hero

Danzero-Gypsy Dancer
2nd Not a Single Doubt, 3rd Marie Madeleine
Margins: 0.8 length x 4.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 8.75 seconds
Cost: $90,000 at 2003 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Goodwood Farm (As Agent)
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Chris Munce
2003 Regimental Gal

2003 Regimental Gal

General Nediym-Hallaya
2nd Danbird, How Funny. Dead heat for 2nd.
Margins: Long neck x Dead heat
Time: 1 minute 9.8 seconds
Cost: $16,500 at Gold Coast Premier Yearling Sale
Vendor: Alma Vale Bloodstock (As Agent)
Buyer: Shaun Dwyer
Trainer: Shaun Dwyer
Jockey: Michael Rodd
2002 Lovely Jubly

2002 Lovely Jubly

Lion Hunter-Jaboulet
2nd Chuckle, 3rd Cool Trent
Margins: 1 length x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 9.56 seconds
Cost: $36,000 at 2001 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Carnation Lodge
Buyer: David Throsby
Trainer: David Throsby
Jockey: Scott Seamer
2001 Excellerator

2001 Excellerator

Marscay-Artless
2nd Miss Bussell, 3rd Magic Albert
Margins: Long neck x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 9.73 seconds
Cost: $50,000 at 2000 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Bhima Pty Ltd
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Chris Munce
2000 Assertive Lad

2000 Assertive Lad

Zeditave-Sommes Sound
2nd Belle Du Jour, 3rd Rapid Man
Margins: 1.3 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.36 seconds
Cost: $110,000 at 1999 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Stratheden Stud
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Shane Dye
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1999 Testa Rossa

1999 Testa Rossa

Perugino-Bo Dapper
2nd Sally Magic, 3rd Shalt Not
Margins: 4.3 lengths x Neck
Time: 1 minute 9.5 seconds
Cost: $45,000 at 1998 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Collingrove Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Dean Lawson
Trainer: Dean Lawson
Jockey: Eddie Cassar
1998 Catnipped

1998 Catnipped

Rory’s Jester-Final Claus
2nd Spend, 3rd Phorous
Margins: Long neck x 1.5 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.02 seconds
Cost: $60,000 at 1997 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Rosemount (As Agent)
Buyer: Colin Hayes
Trainer: Peter Hayes
Jockey: Jim Cassidy
1997 General Nediym

1997 General Nediym

Nediym-Military Belle
2nd Special Dane, 3rd My Halo Broke
Margins: 1.5 lengths x Long head
Time: 1 minute 9.03 seconds
Cost: $20,000 at 1996 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Glengarry Stud
Buyer: Tosh Murphy
Trainer: Bill Mitchell
Jockey: Mick Dittman
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1996 Winger Charger

1996 Winger Charger

Archregent-Toot-Toot-Tootsie
2nd Our Banker, 3rd La Snippette
Margins: 1 length x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 10.19 seconds
Cost: P$17,000 at 1995 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Lomar Park Stud
Buyer: R$20,000
Trainer: Tony Vasil
Jockey: Wayne Harris
1995 Zephyrz

1995 Zephyrz

Zephyr Zip-Cloudway
2nd Gold Ace, 3rd Pottinger
Margins: 2.5 lengths x Nose
Time: 1 minute 9.35 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 1994 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: TBA
Buyer: Goodwood Bloodstock
Trainer: Max Lees
Jockey: Wayne Harris
1994 Brave Warrior

1994 Brave Warrior

Cossack Warrior-Nothing to Do
2nd St. Covet 3rd Discreet Lady
Margins: Long neck x 2.5 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.24 seconds
Cost: $22,000 at 1993 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Emirates Park
Buyer: Eric Kirwan
Trainer: Eric Kirwan
Jockey: Neil Williams
1993 Our Fiction

1993 Our Fiction

Zoffany-Fiction Gem
2nd Flying Tycoon, 3rd Tiba Tiba
Margins: Long head x 2.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.5 seconds
Cost: $10,000 at 1993 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: The Park Stud
Buyer: Mt. Tambourine Pastoral Co
Trainer: Bruce McLachlan
Jockey: Brian York
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1992 Clan O’sullivan

1992 Clan O’sullivan

Zoffany-Blazing Bags
2nd Zodiac Miss, 3rd Quick Snip. 1200m edition.
Margins: 5 lengths x 2 lengths
Time: 1 minute 8.46 seconds
Cost: $33,000 at 1991 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Segenhoe Stud
Buyer: Kieran Moore Bloodstock
Trainer: Frank Cleary
Jockey: Grant Cooksley
1991 Bold Promise

1991 Bold Promise

Luskin Star-Game Dame
2nd Musical Chairs, 3rd Dangerous Seam. Fillies edition
Margins: 5.8 lengths x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.51 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1990 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: JR Cribb, Jay-R Stud
Buyer: EJ Smith
Trainer: Sterling Smith
Jockey: Mick Dittman
1990 St. Jude

1990 St. Jude

Godswalk-Out of Danger
2nd Trustful, 3rd Quick Score
Margins: Short head x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 10.61 seconds
Cost: $25,000 at 1989 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Arrowfield Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Wilton Bloodstock
Trainer: Bruce McLachlan
Jockey: Brian York
1990 Dancer’s Joy

1990 Dancer’s Joy

Danzatore-Belle Venus
2nd Mahaasin, 3rd Rhythmic Charm. Fillies edition
Margins: 0.8 length x 3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.09 seconds
Cost: $80,000 at 1989 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Ra Ora Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Geoff Murphy
Trainer: Geoff Murphy
Jockey: Jim Cassidy
1989 Sunblazer

1989 Sunblazer

Daybreak Lover-Tianda
2nd Scomasc, 3rd Red Rancher
Margins: 1.5 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 10.43 seconds
Cost: $50,000 at 1988 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Springfields Stud
Buyer: Eric Kirwan
Trainer: Eric Kirwan
Jockey: Chris Munce
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1989 Malibu Magic

1989 Malibu Magic

Prego-Jeckale
2nd Tristanagh, 3rd Proudly. Fillies edition
Margins: Half head x 3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.15 seconds
Cost: $95,000 at 1998 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Wakefield Stud
Buyer: Bart Cummings
Trainer: Bart Cummings
Jockey: Ken Russell
1988 Sea Cabin

1988 Sea Cabin

Semipalatinsk-Cabin Light
2nd Regal Devotion, 3rd Mean Eyes. Fillies edition
Margins: 0.8 length x 1.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 14.27 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1987 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Eureka Stud
Buyer: Des Burns
Trainer: Des Burns
Jockey: Ken Russell
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1988 Molokai Prince

1988 Molokai Prince

Biscay-Philippine Suite
2nd Prince Regent, 3rd Good Time Dancer
Margins: Head x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 11.22 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1987 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Gooree Stud
Buyer: Jonnel Assoc
Trainer: Neville Begg
Jockey: Ron Quinton
1987 Snippets

1987 Snippets

Lunchtime-Easy Date
2nd Prince Anton, 3rd Mother Duck
Margins: 4 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.9 seconds
Cost: $22,000 at 1986 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Gregadoo Stud
Buyer: Dalgety Bloodstock
Trainer: Sally Rodgers
Jockey: Phillip Smith
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IN-DEPTH RUNNER x RUNNER GUIDE: 2018 CAULFIELD CUP

CAULFIELD CUP 2018 FIELD

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RACE TIME: 4:40 PM (AEDST)

OCTOBER 20, 2018

GROUP 1

$5,000,000

2400M RACE

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1. Best Solution (17) 

(IRE)
J: PAT COSGRAVE

 

T: SAEED BIN SUROOR

 

W: 57.5KG

Best Odds: $16

COMMENT: He is a relatively lightly raced rock hard stayer from the Saeed Bin Suroor camp. He comes into the Caulfield Cup after back to back wins in some strong overseas races. He will love the 2400m and can handle a dry or rain affected track. A very versatile horse who will be hard to beat.

2. The Cliffsofmoher (3) 

(IRE)
J: HUGH BOWMAN
T: AIDAN O’BRIEN
W: 56.5KG

Best Odds: $7.00

COMMENT: Finished off with the fastest sectionals in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday and looks primed to run a very good 2400m in the Caulfield Cup. Has strong overseas form and the Internationals again look very hard to beat in the majors this year. Should go close.

3. Chestnut Coat (13) 

(JPN)
J: YUGA KAWADA
T: YOSHITO YAHAGI
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $18

COMMENT: A Japanese raider so he has to be respected in this. His last two starts have been very good in strong overseas races. Having his first up run in Australia and on his overseas form will probably need a bit further than the 2400m. Watch for a strong finish and a better run in the Melbourne Cup.
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4. Jon Snow (15) 

(NZ)
J: DAMIAN LANE
T: MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $41

COMMENT: Thought his three runs this time in have had a lot of merit without really pressing for a win. Comes through the Turnbull which should be a good form race into the Caulfield Cup but he will likely need it to be wet to be winning.

5. Sound Check (16) 

(GER)
J: JORDAN CHILDS
T: MICHAEL MORONEY
W: 55.5KG

Best Odds: $23

COMMENT: A German galloper so he has to be respected in this as German horses have always ran well in Australia. He probably was a little unlucky at his last two starts and he is pretty well weighted in this. He looks a very good horse and needs to be included. Danger

6. Ace High (8)

J: DAMIEN OLIVER
T: DAVID PAYNE
W: 55KG

Best Odds: $11

COMMENT: Returned to winning form in the Hill Stakes last start which was good to see after knocking on the door for some time. Goes into the Caulfield Cup rock hard fit and we know he will run a strong 2400m. Yet to race at Caulfield which is a bit of a query as is the Hill Stakes form but he must be included unless it is a rain affected track.

7. The Taj Mahal (19) 

(IRE)
J: JAMES MCDONALD
T: LIAM HOWLEY
W: 55KG

Best Odds: $17

COMMENT: Was a strong winner of the JRA Cup last start but this looks a lot tougher on paper. Will likely be one of the leaders and will make his own luck and with the Caulfield track favouring leaders lately he could be a knock out hope.
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8. Duretto (1) 

(GB)
J: DWAYNE DUNN
T: ANDREW BALDING
W: 54.5KG

Best Odds: $23

COMMENT: Comes into the Caulfield Cup with okay International form. He won pretty impressively last start although the form from that race doesn’t look too exciting. He is weighted well in this and will run a good 2400m but i am happy to risk in a quality addition of the race.

9. Red Verdon (9) 

(USA)
J: ZAC PURTON
T: ED DUNLOP
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $21

COMMENT: Has good form from overseas although i think some of the other International raiders look stronger. The 2400m should be the perfect distance for him so a win would not surprise so he should be added to multiples although i think there are a handful of others that are stronger. Each way claims

10. Vengeur Masque (7) 

(IRE)
J: PATRICK MOLONEY
T: MICHAEL MORONEY
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $91

COMMENT: Got back in The Bart Cummings and never really fired a shot. Will likely be looking for further so i can’t see him figuring in this. Pass

11. Ventura Storm (11) 

(IRE)
J: REGAN BAYLISS
T: DAVID & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
W: 54KG

Best Odds: $31

COMMENT: Is yet to win in Australia after plenty of racing so there is a massive query around his ability to win a race like this however he has been racing well this preparation and should be included in the multiples.
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12. Mighty Boss (14)

J: TIM CLARK

 

T: MICK PRICE

 

W: 53.5KG

Best Odds: $126

COMMENT: Won the Caulfield Guineas at big odds last year but hasn’t really gone close in his last six starts so he doesn’t come into the race in great form. Happy to leave out.
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13. Homesman (4) 

(USA)
J: BEN MELHAM

 

T: LIAM HOWLEY

 

W: 53KG

Best Odds: $11

COMMENT: He was a bit disappointing in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday after some very good runs at WFA. He drops a lot of weight in this and he will likely take up the running and with some easy sectionals i think he could give a massive sight. Keep safe

14. Kings Will Dream (6) 

(IRE)
J: CRAIG WILLIAMS
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 53KG

Best Odds: $5.00 FAVOURITE

COMMENT: Topped the Caulfield Cup market for a long time until his run in the Turnbull Stakes which was a little disappointing to the eye. Thought it was better than what it looked and he gets a good drop in weight in this. His runs before thr Turnbull all suggested he was going to be very hard to beat in this and i still think he will. One of the big dangers.

15. Sole Impact (20) 

(JPN)
J: RYUSEI SAKAI (A)
T: HIROFUMI TODA
W: 53KG

Best Odds: $51

COMMENT: Being a Japanese horse you have to respect him in the race although he is first up in five months so on that i am happy to risk him here. Will need the run so look out for him wherever he goes next.

16. Gallic Chieftain (2) 

(FR)
J: DEAN YENDALL
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 52.5KG

Best Odds: $51

COMMENT: Thought his run in the JRA Plate was good two starts ago but his Herbert Power run suggests it would take a lot of things to go right for him to win this. Prefer to back him in country cups.
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17. Night’s Watch (18) 

(NZ)
J: BEN ALLEN (A)
T: DARREN WEIR
W: 52KG

Best Odds: $16

COMMENT: Had been racing very well until what was probably a disappointing run in G1 company in the Caulfield Stakes on Saturday. He drops a lot of weight on that run but I’m not sure he has the class to win a major such as the Caulfield Cup. Prefer him in G2/G3 class.

18. Youngstar (10)

J: KERRIN MCEVOY

 

T: CHRIS WALLER

 

W: 51.5KG

Best Odds: $6.00

COMMENT: Outside of Winx she put in the best run in the Turnbull Stakes and arguably the meeting at Flemington that day. Her two starts before that throughout this preparation have both been very good and she is ticking along nicely for the Caulfield Cup on Saturday and with only 51.5kg on her back she is going to be very hard to hold out. The one to beat

19. Patrick Erin (E1) (12) 

(NZ)
J: COREY BROWN

 

T: CHRIS WALLER

 

W: 52KG

Best Odds: $41

COMMENT: Emergency

20. Jaameh (E2) (5) 

(IRE)
J: CORY PARISH
T: DAVID & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
W: 50KG

Best Odds: $31

COMMENT: Emergency
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TIPS:

1. (18) YOUNGSTAR* – $6.50

 

2. (14) KINGS WILL DREAM – $5.50

 

3. (6) ACE HIGH – $12.00

 

4. (11) VENTURA STORM – $31.00

 

5. (5) SOUND CHECK – $23.00

SUGGESTED BETS:

~YOUNGSTAR straight out

&

~Box Trifecta:

6,14,18 //

5, 6, 11, 14, 18 //

5, 6, 11, 14, 18

($60=100%)

 

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CAULFIELD TIPS – SATURDAY 13/10/18 – CAULFIELD GUINEAS DAY

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SATURDAY 13/10/18

CAULFIELD GUINEAS DAY

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Win from 1st or 2nd this Saturday!
It’s not quite Christmas yet, but tell that to racing fans, with five Group 1 races to be held this weekend! Royal Randwick will host The Everest, while Caulfield hosts a massive four Group 1 races, including the Ladbrokes Stakes and the Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas.
Our special this week doubles punters’ chances to get their Saturday off to a winning start: if your horse finishes first OR second in races 1 & 2 at Randwick & Caulfield, we’ll pay you as a winner! (Single win bets only. First $50 staked. T&Cs available on website.)
This Spring Carnival, back yourself with Ladbrokes.
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Caulfield

Race 1 – 

INGLIS DEBUTANT STAKES 1000m

$120,500 2YO SW LISTED

Ancestry

$11.00 (BET365)

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Race 2 – 

THE BIG SCREEN COMPANY WEEKEND HUSSLER STAKES 1400m

$120,500 HANDICAP Limit 54kg LISTED

Sircconi

$5.00 (LADBROKES)

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Race 3 – 

THOROUGHBRED CLUB STAKES 1200m

$150,750 3YO FILLIES SWP GROUP 3

Sunlight

$2.85 (POINTSBET)

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Race 4 – 

CAPE GRIM BEEF STEAKS 1200m

$150,750 4YO+ MARES SWP GROUP 3

Winter Bride

$4.40 (POINTSBET)

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Race 5 – 

KENO SCHILLACI STAKES 1100m

$401,000 3YO+ WFA GROUP 2

Spirit Of Valor

$7.50 (BET365)

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Race 6 – 

SCHWEPPES THOUSAND GUINEAS 1600m

$503,000 3YO FILLIES SW GROUP 1

El Dorado Dreaming

$7.50 (BET365)

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Race 7 – 

AQUIS TOORAK HANDICAP 1600m

$502,750 HANDICAP Limit 52kg GROUP 1

Shillelagh

$6.50 (BET365)

Shillelagh Silks
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Race 8 – 

LADBROKES CAULFIELD STAKES 2000m

$1,002,750 3YO+ WFA GROUP 1

Benbatl

$6.50 (SPORTSBET)

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Race 9 – 

LADBROKES CAULFIELD GUINEAS 1600m

$2,008,500 3YO SW GROUP 1

The Autumn Sun*****

$1.95 (POINTSBET)

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Race 10 – 

LADBROKES HERBERT POWER STAKES 2400m

$401,000 QUALITY HANDICAP GROUP 2

Rising Red

$7.50 (BET365)

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5 STAR SPECIAL – GOOD THING:

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Race 9

#1 

The Autumn Sun*****

$1.95

(POINTSBET)

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SUGGESTED BET AMOUNT:
$1,000 WIN / YOUR MAX WIN BET
~~~~~(NEVER BET MORE THAN YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOOSE)~~~~~
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NEDS DEPOSIT $60 GET $120 BONUS

BEST BET:

Race 7

#4 

Shillelagh

$6.50

(BET365)

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SUGGESTED BET AMOUNT:
$250 x $250
~~~~~(NEVER BET MORE THAN YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOOSE)~~~~~

THE EVEREST 2018: FIELD, ODDS, SELECTIONS & BEST BET

THE EVEREST 2018:

FIELD, ODDS, SELECTIONS & BEST BET

Date: October 13, 2018
Time: 4:15 pm (AEDST)
Racecourse: Randwick Racecourse
Race Distance: 1200m
Conditions: Weight For Age
Prize Money: $13,000,000

1. REDZEL (1)

J: KERRIN MCEVOY

T: PETER & PAUL SNOWDEN

W: 58.5KG

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2. SANTA ANA LANE (9)

J: BEN MELHAM

T: ANTHONY FREEDMAN

W: 58.5KG

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3. LE ROMAIN (11)

J: GLYN SCHOFIELD

T: KRIS LEES

W: 58.5KG

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4.TRAPEZE ARTIST (6)

J: TYE ANGLAND

T: GERALD RYAN

W: 58.5KG

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5. VEGA MAGIC (7)

J: DAMIEN OLIVER

T: DAVID & BEN HAYES & TOM DABERNIG

W: 58.5KG

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6. BRAVE SMASH (4)

J: HUGH BOWMAN

T: DARREN WEIR

W: 58.5KG

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7. HOME OF THE BRAVE

J: TOMMY BERRY
T: JAMES CUMMINGS
W: 58.5KG

SCRATCHED

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8. US NAVY FLAG (3)

J: RYAN MOORE

T: AIDAN O’BRIEN

W: 58KG

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9. IN HER TIME (8)

J: COREY BROWN

T: KRIS LEES

W: 56.5KG

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10. SHOALS (2)

J: TIM CLARK

T: ANTHONY FREEDMAN

W: 56.5KG

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11. VIDDORA (12)

J: JOE BOWDITCH

T: LLOYD KENNEWELL

W: 56.5KG

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12. GRAFF (10)

J: BRENTON AVDULLA

T: KRIS LEES

W: 53KG

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17. OSBORNE BULLS (5)

J: TOMMY BERRY

T: JAMES CUMMINGS

W: 58.5KG

BetEasy Odds BET NOW: $17.00

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13. CLEARLY INNOCENT (EMERGENCY)

14. DOTHRAKI (EMERGENCY)

15. JUNGLE EDGE (EMERGENCY)

16. PIERATA (EMERGENCY)

18. SPRIGHT (EMERGENCY)

TIPS FOR SOFT (7) / HEAVY (8):

(10) SHOALS

(1) REDZEL

(5) VEGA MAGIC

(2) SANTA ANA LANE

(3) LE ROMAIN

 

 

 

SUGGESTED BETS:

~ (10) SHOALS EACH WAY @ $8.00 & $2.70

~ (1) REDZEL EACH WAY @ $7.00 & $2.40

~ (5) VEGA MAGIC @ $7.00 & $2.40

~ BOX TOP 5 IN TRIFECTA & 1ST 4

 

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SATURDAY 29/09/18: INSIDE MAIL DEBUTANT SPECIAL – ROYAL RANDWICK

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Neds Toolbox:

All You Need This Spring Carnival!

Neds Toolbox – Your Punting Toolbox For Spring Racing!

Neds members can enjoy refunds and stakes of up to $500 when they utilise any of the tools in the Neds Punters Toolbox, while a max bet of $1000 can be placed with Price Boost.

A detailed preview of each product in your Neds Toolbox can be seen below, including function and application can be found below.

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Whats in Neds Toolbox?

The Neds Punters Toolbox includes everything you’ll need for the ultimate racing betting experience this Spring Carnival!

Including –

 

~~ JUMP OFF ~~

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The Neds Jump Off product allows punters to cancel their single fixed-odds win bet on any eligible Australian or New Zealand thoroughbred race, after the race has started. If you don’t think your horse is going to win, simply Jump Off your bet before the timer ends!

How Jump Off works: 

1) Navigate To Race Field and Expand ‘My Bets This Race’ – If you’ve placed a bet on an eligible race, the ‘Jump Off’ Icon will appear above the main field in the ‘My Bets This Race’ module. Click ‘My Bets This Race’ to view the bets you can Jump Off.

2) Once Your Race Begins, The Jump Off Timer Starts – As soon as your chosen race has started, the timer will begin and the ‘Jump Off’ button will appear below each eligible bet that you have placed.

3) It’s Time To Jump Off – Click the Jump Off button designated to the eligible bet of your choice. Select ‘Confirm’ and you have successfully Jumped Off.

4) You Jumped Off, Bet Stake Returned – You have jumped off your bet and your full stake will be returned as soon as the race result is settled.

 

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~~ BACKUP ~~

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The Neds Backup product allows punters to select a second runner as extra insurance to their fixed-odds win bet on any eligible Australian or New Zealand thoroughbred race. Back one horse and select a second as your Backup, and if your original bet finishes second to your Backup runner, you’ll receive your stake back up to $500.

How Backup works:

1. Place Your Fix Win Bet With Quick Slip Or Bet Slip – Select the runner that you would like to back and enter your stake into the bet slip, as per usual.

2. Select Your Backup Runner, Choose Wisely – Click the ‘Back Up’ button located towards the top of your bet slip and select the runner that you would like as your Backup.

3. Back Up Selected, Bet Ready To Be Placed With A Second Chance – With your Backup runner selected, it’s now time to confirm your bet. Click the Place Bet button at the bottom of your bet slip.

4. Keep An Eye One Your Backup Bet In Pending Bets And Bet Statement – Your Backup runner will appear in blue below your first selection, in your list of pending bets and your bet statement.

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~~ FLUC UP ~~

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The Neds Fluc Up product allows punters to take advantage of an increased fluctuation in the market, after they have placed a bet on an eligible Australian or New Zealand thoroughbred race.

If the fixed odds drift after your bet is placed, Fluc Up can be used to lock in the next highest quote.

How Fluc Up works: 

1. Place Your Fixed Win Bet, You Have 5 Minutes To Fluc Up Your Odds – After backing your runner, navigate to your pending bets. You will have 5 minutes to Fluc Up your potential windfall.
2. Select Fluc Up, Lock In Higher Odds – Expand the Fluc Up module on your eligible racing bet and the inflated price will be displayed. Click the Fluc Up button once more to confirm.
3. See Your Fluc’d Up Odds In Your Pending Bets – Your Fluc Up is now confirmed and your increased odds will be visible in your pending bets.

 

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~~ PRICE BOOST ~~

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The Neds Price Boost product allows punters to take advantage of an inflated quote on any fixed-odds runner of their choosing, on eligible races.

How Price Boost works: 

1. Add a runner to your bet slip.

2. Click the Price Boost button and see the price increase.

3. Input your staking amount and place your bet (Max bet $1,000).

4. Check the bet slip is correct and confirm your bet.

So there you have it, Neds Toolbox is everything that you need to make the most of your Spring Carnival racing betting experience.

Join Neds below to get started!

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SATURDAY

29/09/18

INSIDE MAIL SPECIAL

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ROYAL RANDWICK

RACE 1

#2

BRIGHT RUBICK

$6.00

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JOCKEY: TYE ANGLAND

TRAINER: BJORN BAKER

BARRIER: 4

 

Bright Rubick (AUS) is a filly born in 12/10/2016

by Rubick out of Torah,

trained by the Bjorn Baker stable.

 

BRIGHT RUBICK IS ON DEBUT HERE IN THE GR3 GIMCRACK STAKES FOR THE 2YO FILLIES.

SHE WAS AN EYE CATCHING 2ND IN A RANDWICK 852M BARRIER TRIAL ON THE OFFICIAL 2YO TRIAL DAY, THE 17TH OF SEPTEMBER AT ROYAL RANDWICK. SHE JUMPED WELL BUT DRIFTED BACK TO LAST IN THE HEAT.

TYE ANGLAND WHO RODE HER IN THE TRIAL & STICKS WITH HER HERE (POSITIVE SIGN FOR A TOP JOCKEY), TOOK AN INSIDE RUN (WHICH IS ALWAYS GOOD TO SEE A YOUNG HORSE ABLE/WILLING TO DO) AND DESPITE ANGLAND NOT FLINCHING A MUSCLE ON HER IN THE STRAIGHT, SHE RAN HOME IN THE FASTEST 600M SECTIONAL OF THE ENTIRE DAY.

THE OVERALL TIME OF 49.37 FOR THE 852M WAS THE FASTEST FILLIES HEAT OF THE DAY & 2ND FASTEST OVERALL (ONLY NARROWLY BEHIND EXCEED THE STARS WHO WON HEAT 1 & IS FAVOURITE FOR THE COLTS & GELDINGS 2YO RACE SATURDAY, THE BREEDERS PLATE).

SHE CRUISED TO THE LINE TO FINISH 2ND BEATEN JUST 1.5L BEHIND WHAT LOOKS LIKE A SPEEDY SQUIB IN SYLVIA’S MEMORY, BUT ABOUT 100M PAST THE POST SHE WAS A LENGTH OR 2 IN FRONT OF THE PACK. THAT REALLY SAYS TO ME SHE’LL RELISH THE 1000M ON DEBUT.

STUART RAMSAY A MULTIPLE GR1 WINNING OWNER HAS A BIG OPINION OF HIS FILLY AS DOES TRAINER BJORN BAKER WHO RATES HER THE BEST 2YO HE’S EVER TRAINED, EVEN BETTER THAN HIS MAGIC MILLIONS WINNER OF 2014 UNECUMBERED. THAT’S A BIG WRAP.

SHE’S DRAWN PERFECTLY TO SETTLE JUST BEHIND WHAT WIL BE A HOT SPEED UNDOUBTEDLY & WILL GET THE RUN OF THE RACE. ANGLAND WILL JUST HAVE TO FIND THE GAP & ONCE HE DOES HE’LL PUSH THE GO BUTTON & SHOW THE EXPLOSIVE TURN OF FOOT BAKER HAS REPORTED & WE SAW A GLIMPSE OF IN HER TRIAL.

VERY EXCITING FILLY, THERE WASN’T ANY OTHER STANDOUTS FROM THE TRIALS SHE’S UP AGAINST, SO IT’LL TAKE ON OUT OF THE BOX OR PLAIN BAD LUCK TO BEAT HER.

GREAT BET AT $6.00 & $2.25!!! AT THOSE ODDS YOU CAN HAVE AN EACH WAY BET AN INSURANCE IN CASE SOMETHING COMES FROM LEFT FIELD AND STILL SHOW A NICE PROFIT IF SHE DOESN’T WIN BUT RUNS A PLACE……BUT TRAINER, JOCKEY & CONNECTIONS ARE EXPECTING HER TO SALUTE THE JUDGE FIRST!

 

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