Will Ireland win a whitewash for the Grand National?

After putting in an incredible performance at Cheltenham with a near whitewash only prevented by a few horses like Missed Approach scoring wins for Britain, it’s fair to say that the Grand National is looking like it could see another Irish victory. If you’re thinking of placing a bet with Paddy Power Grand National, it could be well worth your time to have a look at Total Recall who’s considered by many to be the banker for this race. Of course, the outstanding performance of Ireland last month should come as no surprise- as a country, we have a long history in the sport.

Being the home of the steeplechase, the Irish have always been strong contenders in the arena of horse-racing and maintain a presence as a nation in the sport. In fact, they’ve had strong performances in the Grand National almost since its beginning! Started in 1839, it was less than a decade from the National’s inception that an Irish horse took home the win in 1847 with the more conventionally named Matthew, who also stood as the 10-1 joint favourite that year. The next winner was not long after in 1850 with Abd-El-Kader who proved a truly phenomenal horse by also winning the next year and becoming the first dual winner in Grand National History. In 1947, the winner was Caughoo who (in addition to being an Irish horse) was a 100/1 outsider that won by an impressive 20 lengths! The wins continued, on and off, throughout the years with the most recent being Rule the World in 2016. While no-one can know what the future holds, a number of likely contenders have been getting a run in at the Irish Grand National recently who might be making an appearance in the years to come!

The Irish Grand National, while perhaps not as well observed as the one at Aintree, is a great opportunity to get an idea what horses might be putting in a running next year or afterwards as they age into their prime. The latest race was won narrowly by General Principle with Isleofhopendreams getting edged out by the competition. While neither will be running at Aintree, Isleofhopendreams is trained by Willie Mullins much like Total Recall who’s expected by many to prove a prime contender for the main event. But what about all the other races? While Irish horses have always put in a good running, whether or not they’ll dominate the entire festival is a little less certain. This year sees 40 horses from the emerald isle entering the race and a fair few likely contenders among them; including Rathvinden (another horse trained by Willie Mullins), Anibale Fly (trained by Tony Martin) and Tiger Roll (trained by Gordon Elliot), any of whom would be a fine punt for the aspiring handicapper. But are they enough to beat the likes of Blaklion and The Last Samuri (who was only narrowly beaten by Rule the World back in 2016)? If the past is anything to go off, the British horses are certainly not going to be push-overs. Whether or not Ireland will win the National is certainly up in the air, you’ll have to tune in to see who wins!

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The Genetic Origin And History Of Speed In The Thoroughbred Racehorse

Throughout the year there are many horse races but few are as important as the upcoming Cheltenham Festival. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the ambiance of the races and perhaps generate a few extra funds.

The Cheltenham festival has been in existence since 1860 and offers the second largest prize fund of any race in the UK. It’s a great time to take a look at the best Cheltenham betting odds and try your luck. You never know, you might walk away with a healthy prize of your own!

If you intend to bet then it is important to understand the genetics of the horses and evaluate their chances of success. To do this it is beneficial to understand the genetic origins of the thoroughbred racehorse.

The Origins

All modern thoroughbred racehorses can trace their ancestry to one of three stallions. The genetic make-up of today’s thoroughbreds is a direct result of 74 native British mares and one of these stallions. The three were all foreign, they are either Turkish, Arabic or of Barb origin.

Surprisingly there is minimal research into the DNA of these horses and which should be bred. Instead the world of horse racing has relied on breeding the strongest and fastest of mares with the original stallions or their descendants. The result is that speed and stamina are effectively bred into the horse.

But this is slowly changing. As more recent research shows, 95% of today’s thoroughbreds can actually be traced to one stud, the Darley Arabian!


While breeding from the same gene pool is improving the chances of obtaining fast race horses it does not help the future of horse racing.

Because thorough reds are being bred solely with each other and the best traits are being concentrated on, all other traits are slowly being bred out. However this can lead to fundamental flaws in their make-up. Research shows the level of inbreeding is increasing and so is the number of horses fracturing their legs while racing. It’s difficult to confirm the two facts are linked but it seems like a likely conclusion.

This could become a serious issue for horse racing in the future.

The Need For Speed

Thoroughbreds have always been bred based on who is the fastest and fittest horse. Now modern science is able to take this a step further. The gene which makes a horse so fast has been isolated. This means that with DNA testing it is now possible to identify which horses are most likely to produce a fast offspring. 

Indeed, it is even possible to genetically alter the make-up of the horse to ensure it has this gene; whether this is ethically correct is a different matter.

The need to be the fastest on the track will always push owners into playing with the gene pool, the stakes are extremely high. But you can use this to your advantage. Verify the gene that gives speed in the distance you enjoy the most and then check which horses have that gene; that’s a good place to put your bet.


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Living Like a King: The Pampered Life of a Racehorse

If you’ve ever visited the racetrack you’ll have seen how hard the racehorses work in an attempt to get across the line first. There’s a lot at stake and it’s not just about the prize money although this does help! 

The reputation of a horse can secure it future races, encourage bets and even place it in demand for breeding. This can all be worth much more than the prize fund.

It’s for these reasons that the best racehorses live extremely pampered lives, they are more than just racehorses, they are investments. Although it is difficult to place an exact price on a specific horse as it is affected by age, the market and its pedigree, the average price can be estimated to be approximately $90,000; although it could be significantly more.

Understanding The Lifestyle

An investment such as this has to be looked after. A great example of this is the transfer of Moreno from California to West Virginia. To reduce the stress on the horse it was flown in a specially designed plane to Kentucky and then allowed to rest for the night on the farm before being transported in a custom designed van while listening to ‘Dueling Banjos’. 

All of these measures were expensive but they were designed to keep the horse calm. It worked, he run the Classic the next day and won. 

This is what you should be looking at when consider the Grand National betting offers available. The gene pool is a good indicator of how fast a horse can run. But, the way a racehorse is looked after will make the difference between a good race and an excellent race.*

Playing The Odds

Having a flutter on the Grand National, or any level of horse racing is exhilarating. But if you want to generate some funds you need to know your horses. Looking at the odds alone is not enough to guarantee you a win. 

The current form, the gene pool and how recently they’ve raced can all play a part in their chances on race day. But the way they are pampered can play and even greater part and is one factor that can be hard to confirm.

The Treatment

The first thing to note is that racehorse owners really love their horses. This is why they form such a bond and are happy to pamper them. 

When a racehorse flies it strolls onto a plane and into a comfortable stall. This is designed to minimize noise and vibration, keeping the horse calm throughout the journey. Air conditioning is included and the choice of food is meticulously calculated.

In fact, a racehorse travels in better comfort and style than many first class airlines! But the reasons why are obvious. A thoroughbred is worth a lot of money, the prize money can be huge and the breeding potential brings in even more money. The investment owners make treating their racehorses like kings is usually returned many times over.

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Cheltenham Festival 2018: Horse Tips and Betting Tips

The Cheltenham Festival event will be held in Prestbury Park located on the outskirts of Gloucestershire spa town. It is so glamorous that the only other event that can measure up to its level in terms of prize money and attendance is the Grand National. The event consists of several races including Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, Stayer’s Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup all held in a span of four days. This year’s event is scheduled to take place between Tuesday, 13th March and Friday, 16th March.

The event this year will be one of the most interesting, especially with the return of big names like Ruby Walsh, the top jockey who has ridden the backs of 56 winners. He has been on an injury break after experiencing a fall during Let’s Dance at Punchestown last year but he is expected to return in good time and feature in the race. He has promised his fans that he will start riding out beginning next week and he will be completely fit by the time of the festival. Given the huge number of favorites for the Gold Cup this year, it will be really hard to predict the outcomes.

As for the ante-post market for the Champion Bumper, Blackbow, trained by Willie Mullins has the best Cheltenham betting odds this year. This follows his two wins at Leopardstown recently and the fact that he beat Rhinestone during the last competition in a Grade II event. In the Queen Mother Champion Chase, Politologue with 5.50 odds at Boyle Sports is number 1 favorite followed by Fox Norton who has 10.0 odds. In the Stayer’s Hurdle, Nichols Canyon (10/1) and Cole Harden (14/1) are the horses to watch since they pulled up amazing performances last year. Finally, when it comes to the Gold Cup, it would be wise to wait until they reveal the weights before making a move.

We cannot leave bookmarkers out of this review, as there are some that have come up with very friendly terms as highlighted below. Betfair is promising a reward of a token that is the same as your stake in terms of value for every bet of at least 4 odds placed on any live Channel 4 race on Friday or Saturday and won. The reward is up to £25. With Coral, if you wager on specific jump races and your horse falls, unseats the rider or is brought down, your stake will be refunded up to£25. William Hill has not been left out in the quest to attract punters. They are giving a 25% bonus to anyone whose runner wins by a minimum of 5 lengths.

There are only a few days left until hundreds of thousands of fans make their way to Cheltenham. The tickets for all the four days are still available at the Cheltenham Racecourse website and you should make a point of acquiring one because waiting for gate-tickets results to disappointments most of the time. There is more than £4.5 million of reward money to be won in addition to silverware, titles and a handful of bragging rights. In addition to races, Taylor and the Mason, The Wicker Man and The Hipcats will entertain the audience.


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Cheltenham Betting News: ‘The Machine’ is Getting Older but he Cannot Read!

Faugheen (aka ‘The Machine’) was one of the most impressive winners of the Cheltenham Festival’s Unibet Champion Hurdle in living memory.  But that was back in 2015 when the winner of 13 races (from 14 starts) was aged seven.


Very little water has gone under the bridge since as the horse went lame after winning the Irish Champion Hurdle by a record breaking 15 lengths in January 2016 and has spent almost two years on the side lines.


But the remarkable horse returned with victory in Punchestown’s Morgiana Hurdle in late November and is now the ante-post favourite for ‘the big one’ in the Prestbury Park course in March. 


Champion Hurdle Offer

If you want to bet on the Irish-trained horse now you can get a top-price of 9/4.  However the 2018 Cheltenham betting page by Freebets.co.uk does show first time customers opening a new betting account with some partner bookmakers can get double and even treble those odds courtesy of ‘price boosts’ and free bet offers.


But is Faugheen the Machine the worthy favourite his price indicates?  Well there is no doubting he was one of the finest Champion Hurdle winners of all time and his amazing win record speaks for itself.  However, form book students will tell you that Sea Pigeon was the last horse aged 10 to win the two-mile Cheltenham Festival feature race way back in 1980.  In fact, since then, all but three winners have been aged 8 or younger.


Faugheen will turn 10-years old in January.  Ok, he cannot read the form books and, like most of us he probably cares to forget his age.  Nevertheless, those looking for reasons to take on the great horse do not need to look far for reasons to justify their opposition.  


And there are more negatives when looking for horses that have won the race more than once.  It has happened only twice in the past 15 years. 


Sizing up the Cheltenham Gold Cup Market

And the stats are against another of National Hunt racing stars, 2017 Gold Cup winner Sizing John.  Firstly there has not been a back-to-back winner of the three-mile two-furlong Cheltenham Gold Cup since Best Mate in 2003/2004.  Secondly, neither of the 2015 and 2016 winners (Coneygreeor Don Cossack) even made it back to the Gold Cup Day after winning the fabled race.


Given those facts it is hard to tip the defending champion despite him turning 8 as 2018 dawns.  Eight-years-of-age is deemed to be the perfect age for steeple chasers.


Samcro Scares Us

But turning our attention to a lesser known horse who has yet to etch their name on a major trophy, we really like a horse by the name of Samcro and he’s among our top Cheltenham tips.  


A five year old, owned by Ryanair boss’ Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown House Stud, this horse is unbeaten in five career starts going off odds-on favourite on every occasion.


Winning his last start by 15 lengths, beating 21 rivals, he is likely to be headed for the Ballymore Novices Hurdle on Day 2, Wednesday March 14th, of the 2018 Cheltenham Festival.














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Ascot Gold Cup 2017 Preview

One of the undoubted highlights of Royal Ascot’s five day meeting is the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup which takes place on Ladies day. Run over a stamina sapping two miles and four furlongs and pitching together some of the toughest stayers in Europe, it’s always an intriguing battle of grit, determination and class, and more often than not in recent times the fancied horses have come to the fore. 

Eight of the last 10 winners were priced at 6/1 or less (odds as of 22/06/2017), and six of those were favourites, priced at 6/4 or shorter. Of course upon closer inspection you can see the horses involved in those stats and see that three of those wins were by the magnificent Yeats between 2007 and 2009 and the other three short priced favourites to oblige were all Aidan O’Brien trained as well. Fame And Glory in 2011, Leading Light in 2014, and last year’s winner Order of St George who is back to defend his crown this year and currently around the even money mark to succeed. 

Trip To Paris (12/1) and Rite Of Passage (20/1) are the two bigger priced winners over the last decade but both of those were in years where there was no standout candidate for Ballydoyle. Kingfisher was the shortest priced Ballydoyle candidate in Trip To Paris’ Gold Cup and arguably would have won with a bit more luck in the run, so, forget about the trends, because effectively what we have here is a stable so dominant in producing the right type of horse for this race that all one has to do is decide whether you are with them, or against them. And the reason they are so dominant? Saddlers Well is his name. Sire of the great Galileo, who has proved as equally adept as his father in the bedroom, Saddler’s Wells has had a hand (or hock) in all seven of Ballydoyle’s Gold Cup wins with the latest, this year’s favourite, Order of St George, a son of Galileo, looking to add another notch to the bedpost. 

So will it be yet another Ascot Gold Cup triumph for the all powerful Saddler’s Wells bloodline or is there something lurking lower down the list that could cause a surprise? 

Order of St George 

Last year’s winner warmed up with a win in a Leopardstown Listed race after meeting defeat on seasonal debut. Not much to learn from either of those really as is a proven top classer when the big days come around. Third in the Arc is serious form and although the ground will be a lot quicker than last year, he seems to go on it perfectly well. Still one to take on at the likely short odds. 

Simple Verse 

2015 St Leger winning mare who almost always runs well, as when close up in the Champions Long Distance Cup here in October behind Sheikhzayedroad. Ground on the fast side would be a concern but trainer is very confident she’ll stay the trip. Currently around the 7/1 mark. 

Big Orange 

Likes the ground rattling fast and first try at this trip after plenty of success over two miles, including a valiant fifth in a Melbourne Cup. Frankie Dettori’s loss is James Doyles gain and this relentless galloper looks one of the more likely ones if staying the extra half mile. 


Quirky but very talented beast who has taken his form to a new level since stepped up to proper staying trips, culiminating in victory in the Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot back in October. Showed he stayed the trip well enough when third in the Gold Cup last year and faster ground won’t be a problem for him. Likely to be in the shake up at a fair price. 

Sweet Selection 

Certain stayer and followed up her gutsy Cesarewitch win with a victory in the Sagaro Stakes on this season’s reappearance. Might have been flattered that day by racing close to a slugggish pace and has plenty to find even if she does like the ground rattling. Big step forward needed again. 


Late maturing type for Jessica Harrington who has won two on the spin this season, including a beating of Order of St George on his season reappearance when clearly not fully tuned up. Has never raced over two miles, never mind two and a half miles so plenty to prove on all counts. Currently around 14/1. 

Prince of Aran 

Improved dramatically over the winter on the allweather and showed that turf is no problem last time when reproducing that level of form. Strikes as a similar type to previous winner Trip To Paris in his career progress and unexposed as a stayer. Need a strong pace to be seen to best effect and will certainly get that. Current price of 33/1 looks a bit of value

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Who Are This Year’s Favourites for the Gold Cup?

The biggest horse racing festival of the year is currently underway as Cheltenham started on 14 March this year. The four-day event concludes on Friday with one of the richest events in UK horse racing – the Gold Cup.

Don Cossack, ridden by Bryan Cooper came home as the winner in this event last year having started as the 9/4 favourite. It was the first time since 2013 that the bookies’ favourite won the Gold Cup since Barry Geraghty rode Bobs Worth home with starting odds of 11/4.

This year promises to be an exciting event once again. Irish bookmaker Paddy Power have three joint-favourites for Friday’s race, with Native River, Djakadam and Cue Card all currently priced at 7/2 to win the big one. For those interested in Cheltenham Gold Cup betting, Native River heads into the Cheltenham Gold Cup in fine form having won each of its last three races at Newbury and Chepstow.

Meanwhile, French horse Djakadam has won only one of its last six races, though has placed in five of those races. Perpetual winner Ruby Walsh will be riding the horse who opened up as the bookmakers’ third favourite.

Cue Card has won two of its last three races – at Haydock and Ascot, whilst finishing runner-up in a five horse race at Kempton. Jockey P J Brennan heads into Cheltenham on the back of a poor run.

Since 2003, eight of the 14 pre-race favourites have gone on to win the big race. Punters may want to keep a close eye on which horse’s odds drop just before the go to see if their horse starts as the favourite.

The Gold Cup starts at 15:30 on Friday 17 March. A brief guide to Cheltenham 2017 can be found in the graphic below:pic

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The CRAZIEST odds ever to come in

Leicester were given absolutely no hope of winning the Premier League title in June 2015, listed at odds of 5000-1. To put that into context it was considered more likely for Piers Morgan to become Arsenal manager, the Queen to have the Christmas number 1, Kim Kardashian to become the US president and Dean Gaffney to win an Oscar.

On 2nd May 2016, Leicester won the English Premier League title. This meant everyone brave enough to put their money where their mouth was at the start of the season were rolling in it. A £10 bet at odds of 5000-1 would have paid out a staggering £50,000. See below how this compares to some of the craziest odds to ever come in, who even bets in these?:

5.) 1,000-1 – During the 2010 African Cup of Nations Mali were 4-0 down against Angola with 11 minutes left on the clock. One punter saw something that nobody else did and risked £5 on a comeback at 1,000-1. Mali scored two goals by the 90th minute and squared up the scoring in injury time. The match ended 4-4, gifting the lucky punter £5,000.

4.) 1,250-1 – Lewis Hamilton has been pretty dominant in F1 for a number of years, few were surprised when he won his first F1 World Championship with McLaren in 2008 having been tipped for greatness from an early age. One lucky punter must have seen the potential first, having spotted Lewis when he was karting at 13 years old. He promptly put £100 on Lewis to win the sport’s most prestigious prize. When Lewis delivered the lucky and mysterious chap walked away with £125,000.

3.) 25,0000-1 – The bookies were so confident that Frankie Dettori wouldn’t win all seven races at Ascot in 1996 they gave odds of 25,000-1 of it happening. On the day Frankie created one of the greatest moments in horse racing history by defying those odds and winning all seven. The only person who came close to being as happy as Frankie that day was probably Darren Yeats of Morecambe. Darren put £59 on the outcome at 25,000-1 and walked away with more than £550,000!

2.) 1,666,666-1 – A man from Staffordshire placed a 30p bet and correctly predicted the winner of the top five English leagues, 3 divisions of Scottish football, Leicester to win the rugby union Premiership and Surrey to win the county cricket championship at 1,666,666-1. His thirty pence stake won him an impressive £500,000.

1.) 2,000,000-1 – In 2008, Fred Craggs from Yorkshire decided to put 50p on an eight horse accumulator for his 60th birthday. This resulted in what is believed to be the world record odds for a winning bet at 2,000,000-1, winning him a staggering £1,000,000.

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The Grand National: an early look at three contenders

The Grand National is one of the biggest horse racing events in the world and millions of fans tune in to watch the race on a yearly basis. Since the great race was formed well over a century ago, the best runners and riders have gone head-to-head over this unforgiving four-mile, 30-fence track – and it makes for a fantastic spectacle.

This year, the Michael O’Leary-owned Rule The World romped home to snatch the victory under a great ride from 19-year-old David Mullins on his National debut. Unfortunately, the 2016 winner won’t be there to defend his crown after he was retired to stud in May. Having said that, there are still plenty of viable candidates to emerge victorious; here are three of our favourites.


The Last Samuri

David Bass was given a dream ride on The Last Samuri down the inside of the Aintree circuit but he fell short in the closing stages of the race. With two fences to jump, it looked like the Kim Bailey-trained thoroughbred was about to win the biggest race in the business but he just didn’t have the legs as he held on for a gallant second place…

As of September 29th, The Last Samuri is one of Betway’s early market leaders at 20/1 to win the race and Bass will almost certainly be on board yet again. Keep an eye out for this horse in the coming months as he will almost certainly be given a run or two at the trial events – and National Hunt fans will be watching his progress carefully ahead of the big one in April.


Don Poli

Fortunately, Don Poli has plenty of time to adjust to Gordon Elliott’s training regime after Willie Mullins and the Gigginstown House Stud parted ways in September. Without a doubt, Don Poli is a tremendous breed and his third-place finish under Davy Russell in March’s Cheltenham Gold Cup was no fluke – he will be there or thereabouts if he is entered…

At 25/1 to romp home at Aintree, Don Poli is decent value and his odds will almost certainly tumble in the coming months. Usual jockey Bryan Cooper has an excellent relationship with the horse and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see that duo continue to work together under Elliott’s guidance. Watch this space; Don Poli could be a serious contender.

The Young Master

The Young Master showed his class when winning the bet365 Gold Cup Chase at Sandown in April and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see the Neil Mulholland-trained mount take the next step in the coming months. Without a doubt, he looks destined for greatness and it would take a brave man to back against him despite his age. Seven year old’s rarely win this race…

At just seven years old, The Young Master is a genuine talent – and he has already gone up against a number of serious horses at the Cheltenham Festival. He was well beaten by Don Poli in the RSA Chase in 2015 before finishing seventh after a decent run up against Colin Tizzard’s Thistlecrack in this year’s World Hurdle. Who knows, 2017 could be his year.

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Best Betting Contenders – Turnbull Stakes


This time of year horse racing fans and punters know betting offers will be plentiful in Australia’s lead in to the nation's big three horse racing events. Any punter worth their salt is busy with the search for bookie offers from the nation's top betting websites. Free bet offers and matched offers for U.K punters are like silver that can be turned into gold with the right plays. Here are some of these betting offers for 2016

About the Turnbull Stakes 

In anticipation of the prestigious Caulfield Cup, WS COX Plate and Melbourne Cup, the horse racing schedule is filled with great horse racing action. Many of the scheduled Group rated races are designed to serve as major preps for the big three or other prestigious races like the Caulfield Guineas. One of the most prominent preps for stayers that are targeting the Caulfield Cup or Cox Plate is the Turnbull Stakes. The race has a rich history, having been won by the likes of top thoroughbreds like Sunline (2001), Northerly (2002), Makybe Diva (2005), Lucia Valentina (2014) and last year's winner Preferment. Here's a look at the race's conditions. 


The Turnbull Stakes is scheduled to be run on October 2, 2016 at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne. The race is designated for 4-year old and up with set weights assigned based on past performance. The race will be run at the distance of 2000 metres (1 1/4 miles) on turf for a purse of $500,000.  


Betting the Turnbull Stakes 

With nominations due to be announced within the next couple of weeks, the list of contenders has not yet been established. However, a look at the latest industry news indicates that the connections of several of the nation's top bookie offers have the multiple international races including the Turnbull Stakes on their radar. Here's a look at possible contenders to take up these offers on. 


Preferment – What better place to start than the race's defending champion? Preferment won this race last year, only to follow up with disappointing runs in the WS Cox Plate and Melbourne cup at low odds. He did redeem himself later in the racing season with big wins in the Australian Cup (G1) and BMW (G1). Punters can look for him to make his season debut in next month’s Chelmsford Stakes. 


Tarzino – Trainer Mick Price has set an ambitious spring schedule for last year's Aami Victoria Derby (G1) and Sky Racing Rosehill Guineas (G1) winner Tarzino. Prior to a run in the Turnbull, Price is looking at runs in the $500,000 Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) this weekend, followed by the $500,000 Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) at Flemington. 


Jameka – This classy 4-year old mare was good enough to take down last year's Crown Oaks (G1) and then run second to the upstart 3-year old champion Tavago in the BMW Australian Derby (G1). Jameka started off the 2016-17 season with a solid fourth in the Back To Caul. P.B. Lawrence (G2). The Turnbull is being considered as a prep for the Caulfield Cup (G1).  


Sofia Rosa – This 4-year old mare ended last year with a bang by winning the James Boag's Australian Oaks (G1). It capped a terrific year that saw her win five races in nine chances. Sofia Rosa is another exciting mare with designs on running in the Caulfield Cup. 


Now is a great time for you to scan the Internet for some good betting offers from the UK’s top online bookmakers. Through the successful use of your free bookie offers, you can ready yourself to punt on this and other top international races during this fall. 


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