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2023 Magic Millions 2YO Classic Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

*Note: On race day in 2023, officials were blindsided by the amount of rain that fell. This lead to the meeting being called off after just two races. The rest of the meeting was moved to Thursday 19th January.* 

Held on the Gold Coast, Magic Millions Carnival is usually run in hot, steamy conditions, with not a cloud in the sky, but that certainly wasn’t the case last Saturday. Despite the first two races being run and won, the meeting was postponed due to the state of the track. The good news, we have an eight race card on Thursday, which includes the $2m Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

Held over 1200m, the set weights feature has been taken out by some absolute star juveniles, most recently Coolangatta in 2022, and a capacity field of 16 two-year-olds are set to do battle on what will still be a very rain affected track.

Looking at the market, Dabble has Breeders Plate winner, Empire Of Japan, favourite at $4.60 despite being beaten first up in Sydney. The Waterhouse/Bott trained Platinum Jubilee is on the next line of betting at $6.00, just ahead of last start Doomben winner, Sovereign Fund, and heavily backed local filly, Skirt The Law, both at $6.50. It’s double figures or better the rest, headed by Empress Of Wonder at $13.

As we saw last Saturday, anything can happen and these lightly raced two-year-olds will be tested to their limits in this race. So, we have dissected each of the horses’ chances for you and provided our horse racing tips! Read on below to find our runner by runner preview of the 2023 Magic Millions 2YO Classic along with The Shark’s best tips. 

1. Mishani Renegade (1) – $71
Jockey – Ben Thompson 57kg
Trainer – Les Ross

*This horse has since been scratched.*

Brisbane trained gelding who strung three wins together at Eagle Farm in October last year. He resumed from a short spell two weeks ago where he was no match for Sovereign Fund. The inside barrier is beneficial here and he gets blinkers on for the first time, but it’s hard to see him turning the tables here in a much stronger race. 

2. Sovereign Fund (17) – $5.50
Jockey – Jamie Kah 57kg
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

Stalked the speed on debut and was too strong in the Wyong Magic Millions under James McDonald. He was then sent north where he led and spaced his rivals at Doomben last start. Yes, he got things his own way on that occasion, but visually the win was impressive and Jamie Kah sticks with him. Looks to be one of the better chances despite the horror draw.

3. Sunsource (2) – $21
Jockey – Mark Zahra 57kg
Trainer – Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young

Finished with a wet sail at Ballarat on debut to win the Magic Millions 2YO Classic before finishing third at Doomben last start in a small field. He got back again on that occasion and was never given a hope the way the race was run. He gets a key gear change here, blinkers on, and with more pressure up front, can make amends for his last start failure. Not out of it despite the big price.

4. Empire Of Japan (11) – $4.60F
Jockey – James McDonald 57kg
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

Came from well back on debut to win the Breeders Plate at Randwick. Resumed three weeks ago, again at Randwick, where he loomed up to win but was outgunned late by Fire Lane and Platinum Jubilee. He looks a gross colt who will take plenty of benefit from that run and has had this race on his radar for months. Will need a little bit of luck early from the gate but looks one of the main winning hopes.

5. Royal Entrance (9) – $15
Jockey – Tim Clark 57kg
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Led and was able to hold on to score narrowly on debut at Warwick Farm. Made it two from two here last Saturday when winning the Gold Nugget over 1100m. Has to overcome the quick back-up but there was plenty to like about his win on that occasion and has seen the track which is an advantage. Will be sent forward from the middle gate again and should give a sight.

6. Godfather (20) – $31
Jockey – Ben Melham 57kg
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

Was sent out a long odds on favourite on debut and won accordingly at Eagle Farm. Found the opposition a bit tougher second up at Randwick behind Fire Lane, but wasn’t totally disgraced after over racing early. Will need everything to go right here from the wide barrier but looks to be above average. Might be one to follow next prep.

7. Chrysaor (13) – $51
Jockey – James Orman 57kg
Trainer – Chris Waller

Broke his maiden at the Sunshine Coast before racing well without winning last start in the BJ McLachlan at Doomben. Others have stronger form lines on paper but he is trained locally and gets the services of Brisbane’s leading rider. Can sneak into the placings if things go his way.

8. Infatuation (8) – $17
Jockey – Rachel King 55kg
Trainer – Bjorn Baker

Rode the speed and was too strong last start at Randwick. He wasn’t far away in some solid races prior to that. Looks well suited after Tuesday’s barrier draw and jockey Rachel King knows him well. Should be in it for a long way.

9. Fire Lane (15) – $21
Jockey – Jay Ford 55kg
Trainer – Brad Widdup

Won well on debut at Newcastle over 900m before finishing a close up fourth in the Wyong Magic Millions. He then burst through late to cause a boilover last start at Randwick, where he defeated Empire Of Japan and Platinum Jubilee. Don’t think that win was any fluke but he’s drawn very awkwardly here and will need luck. If he does happen to get a nice run in transit, he should be in the finish.

10. Platinum Jubilee (7) – $6.00
Jockey – Regan Bayliss 55kg
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Sprouted wings on debut to score a breathtaking win in the Gimcrack at Randwick. Adopted different tactics first up when leading and being swamped late by Fire Lane. Will more than likely be ridden forward again from the good gate here and with the benefit of that first up run should prove very hard to get past. Can win.

11. Croatian Belle (12) – $15
Jockey – Michael Dee 55kg
Trainer – Ben & JD Hayes

Was sent to the races first up with plenty of wraps on her and she delivered in spades. Made it two from two last start when winning at The Valley again in good style. Looks a very professional 2YO with plenty of race sense. Will need a bit of early luck from the gate and steps up to 1200m for the first time. The opposite way of going is another query but it’s hard to knock winning form and she has to be considered a live winning chance.

12. Summer Loving (10) – $15
Jockey – Brenton Avdulla 55kg
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Got back and found the line well on debut at Rosehill behind the very smart Barber. Much of the same last start in the Wyong Magic Millions, where she got back and ran on nicely for third. Has had the benefit of a barrier trial here at the Gold Coast and should get a good run from the draw. Won’t be the stable’s number one pick in the race but can run well at good odds.

13. Skirt The Law (4) – $6.50
Jockey – Ryan Maloney 55kg
Trainer – Tony Gollan

Led and bolted in on debut at Doomben, running some good late splits, before another jaw dropping win last start. Looked good in a recent Gold Coast barrier trial and has drawn ideally in gate 4. Ticks plenty of boxes in the form guide and if she can repeat what she did last start, there’s no reason she can’t make it three in a row.

14. Miss Coota (18) – $26
Jockey – Justin Huxtable 55kg
Trainer – Chris Munce

Won her first two starts by a combined 12.7L before going down last start as a short priced favourite. To be fair, not much went right on that occasion but it’s hard to see things panning out any better here. She definitely has the ability to win but it’s hard to be in her corner from the gate.

15. Excel D’Or (21) – $34
Jockey – Brodie Loy 55kg
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

Still a maiden despite being placed at Listed and G3 level in her three starts to date. On the quick back up here after a disappointing third last Saturday behind Mishani Royale. Needs to find on that performance and one would think the outside gate all but seals her fate.

16. Empress Of Wonder (16) – $13
Jockey – Chad Schofield 55kg
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

Ran very well on debut down the Flemington straight, despite racing greenly, before coming from a minute back to finish a close second at Eagle Farm last start. Should get the speed on up front to suit here and will be finishing hard again if Schofield can get some cover mid race. Hopefully the track is more genuine than last Saturday and those off the pace can figure. If so, she’s a very good winning chance.

17e. Risky Investment (6) – $126
Jockey – Ben Thompson 57kg
Trainer – Ryan Tyrell & Tom Button

Won well on debut at Eagle Farm but form since has tapered off. Drawn to get a nice run if she gains a start but others look to have stronger form lines.

18e. She’s A Rogue (19) – $61
Jockey – Martin Harley 55kg
Trainer – Chris Munce

Chased home Mishani Renegade twice before breaking her maiden at Eagle Farm two starts ago. No match for Mishani Royale and co last week and this looks harder. Not keen.

19e. Quasimoto (3) – $91
Jockey – N/A 57kg
Trainer – Clint Lundholm

Ran a big race in the Wyong Magic Millions at good odds before a disappointing run here last Saturday. The track/pattern was against him on that occasion and looks better suited with a solid tempo here. Probably won’t gain a start but isn’t the worst if he does.

20e. Trifling (5) – $126
Jockey – N/A 55kg
Trainer – Helen Page

Local filly who ran super here last Saturday behind Mishani Royale. Looks very unlikely she will make the final field but could easily finish in the top four or five if she does.

21e. Oovi (14) – $126
Jockey – N/A 57kg
Trainer – Jared Wehlow

North Queensland based gelding who was far too good for his rivals on debut at Mackay. Obviously this is much tougher and he needs a minor miracle to gain a start. One to follow in easier races.

Final Word

With the amount of prize money on offer, we come to expect a quality field of youngsters in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic, and that’s exactly what we have yet again. 

It’s hard to believe just over a week ago track records were being smashed and back markers couldn’t make ground due to the firmness of the track. Now connections, racegoers and track staff will be checking the skies on a regular basis and hoping the clouds stay away.

Wet track form has to come into consideration, despite many of these lightly raced youngsters being untried in such conditions, and we’re happy to stick with Empress Of Wonder on top. Her two runs to date have been outstanding, the latest a fast finishing second at Eagle Farm, where she recorded some impressive late splits. If Schofield can get some cover from the gate, she will switch off and be charging late.

The Snowden yard has a strong hand in the race with three runners, including the favourite Empire Of Japan. He won well on debut in the Breeders Plate before looming to win last start and peaking on his run late. He will be greatly benefited by that run and importantly handles wet conditions. He looks the danger with McDonald on.

Platinum Jubilee, who beat home Empire of Japan on that occasion, is the other one who looks hard to beat. She was outstanding on debut winning the Gimcrack and showed good versatility last start to lead and only be run down in the shadows of the post. Another who will improve second up and has the Gai polish.

Of the others, Sovereign Fund was good last start at Doomben, Infatuation and Fire Lane bring good Sydney form and Skirt The Law has done nothing wrong and can easily make it three from three here. A number of others have good each-way chances, but unfortunately we can’t tip them all in what looks a cracking race on paper.

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16. Empress Of Wonder – Each-way ($13/$4.00)

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2022 Magic Millions 2YO Classic Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

Well it’s that time of year again, where the turf meets the surf, one of Australia’s busiest and most scenic racetracks is set to bring an end to the TAB Qld Summer Racing Carnival. Every year thousands of yearlings are sold through the Magic Millions sales across the country, in a bid to find that one colt or filly capable of taking home the $1.16m first prize money cheque in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic. This year’s running has brought together a competitive 16 horse field with form lines emerging from far and wide. 

Looking at the market, as expected, there is one horse that is a dominant favourite for the race. That horse is none other than Coolangatta. Sportsbet currently has her at $2.05 to take out the race. The only other runners under double figures are the Snowden trained pair Russian Conquest at $8.00 and Miss Hellfire at $9.00.

However, we know with horse racing that anything can happen and there’s no such thing as a certainty, especially when it comes to two year olds. So, we have dissected each of the horses’ chances for you! Read on below to find out runner by runner preview of the 2022 Magic Millions 2YO Classic along with The Shark’s best tips. 

1. Cusack (6) – $23
Jockey – Craig Newitt
Trainer – Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young

We haven’t seen this son of Not A Single Doubt since his debut win in the MM 2YO Classic at Ballarat in November of last year. He overcame a wide barrier, sat outside the leader and was too good for his rivals on that occasion. In saying that the form out of the race has far from set the world on fire. Has trialled well in preparation for this but I think he has his work cut out beating a few of these.

2. Mishani Warfare (7) – $81
Jockey – James Orman
Trainer – Les Ross

Versatile gelding who has already won two races in his short career. Has drawn well but on exposed form can’t see him winning here.

3. Stupendo (19) – $19
Jockey – Craig Williams
Trainer – Danny O’Brien

Jumped out well at Flemington before winning impressively on debut at that track. Finished a good second here last Saturday behind Mishani Spartan after covering ground. From the gate that is most likely going to be the case again. In saying that Craig WIlliams sticks with him and with some luck from the wide draw he can figure in the finish.

4. Mishani Spartan (3) – $26
Jockey – Jackson Morris
Trainer – Les Ross

Went around 50/1 at Ipswich on debut and won running away from them. Was yet again sent out at a big price last Saturday and after missing the start hopelessly rounded them up from the tail of the field to win well and keep his unbeaten record intact. The fillies race on the same day (won by Miss Hellfire) ran substantially quicker time and he faces a much tougher task here. He can’t afford to be giving away a start, but in saying that does have to be respected on the raw ability alone that he has brought to the races thus far. 

5. Golden Artie (17) – $31
Jockey – Ben Thompson
Trainer – Bryan & Daniel Guy

A $30k buy at the 2021 MM Sales, this son of Artie Schiller hasn’t done much wrong to date. He was narrowly defeated on debut back in October by the smart Palazzo Spirit. Since returning from a spell he was a luckless 4th at the Sunshine Coast before a strong win at Doomben defeating Wyong MM winner Soaring Ambition. The gate makes it tricky but he has the benefit of being trained on track and looks one of the better local hopes from the in-form Guy stable.

6. Mishani Persuasion (21) – $151
Jockey – Rachel King
Trainer – Les Ross

Hard to see him winning from the outside gate here. King will probably look to drag back from the horror draw and ride for luck. Happy to leave him out.

7. Thelwell (5) – $46
Jockey – Justin P Stanley
Trainer – Sharryn Livingstone

This son of Bel Esprit continues to improve from run to run. He was an eye-catching 2nd to the short priced favourite Coolangatta two starts back and was a dominant winner last start under the big weight at the Sunshine Coast. Justin Stanley has one of the best strike rates in the country and will give him every hope from the good draw. Definitely one for the multiples.

8. Heroic Son (9) – $81
Jockey – Adin Thompson (a)
Trainer – Peter & Will Hulbert

Consistent little horse who wasn’t far away last Saturday behind Mishani Spartan. His form prior was only fair and one would think he has to find a few lengths to trouble them here.

9. Coolangatta (13) – $2.05
Jockey – James McDonald
Trainer – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

Ahh, Coolangatta. She’s been in the headlines since her electrifying debut win in the G3 Gimcrack Stakes back in October where she smashed the clock. She resumed from a spell at Doomben three weeks ago where she burnt the candle at both ends and was far too good for her rivals. She’s drawn a slightly sticky gate here but with natural improvement from that run and the key booking of James McDonald, it is hard to see her getting beat here.

10. Soaring Ambition (20) – $14
Jockey – Tommy Berry
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

Won the Wyong MM on debut beating a handy field of 2YOs including Miss Hellfire. Was then sent north and was rolled as a short price favourite at Doomben last start. Has come up with a horror draw here and Berry will most likely have to snag back and look for some cover. If they go hard in front, which history says is more than likely, she should be getting to the line hard and looking to claim some minor prize money.

11. Russian Conquest (4) – $8.00
Jockey – Kerrin McEvoy
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

It’s hard to knock winning form and that’s exactly what this filly brings to the races here. She managed to get the job done on debut over 900m in the Max Lees and then improved again to blow her rivals away at Randwick. Comes up with a perfect gate here and looks to be the main threat on paper to the favourite Coolangatta.

12. Miss Hellfire (11) – $9.00
Jockey – Tim Clark
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

Held on after sitting on a hot speed to run a gallant 2nd on debut in the Wyong MM 2YO on debut. She then won here last week and cemented her place in the final field. She is a horse that creates her own luck on the speed and will be in it for a long way.

13. Sneaky Starter (10) – $151
Jockey – Tiffani Brooker
Trainer – Mick Mair

Winner of two from four. Not hopeless but hard to see her winning here.

14. Perfect Mission (14) – $18
Jockey – Andrew Mallyon
Trainer – Michael Costa

This filly, from the in-form Michael Costa yard, hasn’t done much wrong in her four start career. She started favourite here last Saturday and was narrowly beaten by Miss Hellfire. She has a versatile racing pattern to offset the gate and should be in the mix come the business end of the race

15. Snitcat (2) – $41
Jockey – Jason Collett
Trainer – Gary Portelli

Finished off well last start when 2nd to Russian Conquest at Randwick. She got a long way back on that occasion and will probably need some luck here from the inside draw, as she could have plenty of horse flesh in front of her. If she gets the luck, she could figure in the multiples on exposed form.

16. Bright Blue Sky (16) – $31
Jockey – Brett Prebble
Trainer – Jamie Richards

New Zealand raider who has come to AUS with a big wrap on her. She was simply run off her legs last start behind Coolangatta at Doomben. She will probably settle in the back half of the field again here but with a bit of luck she should be finding the line late in the race.

17e. Swiss Exile (1) – $35
Jockey – Hugh Bowman
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong on debut for this bloke. He bucked out of the barriers for a good 100m before hitting the line hard to finish a luckless 3rd to Palazzo Spirit. He was then sent out as the main danger in the market to Coolangatta at Doomben where he finished another game 3rd. His run here last Saturday was only fair but if he can gain a start the dryer surface and barrier 1 give him a place hope at big odds.

18e. Spanish Angels (18) – $201
Jockey – Not Notified
Trainer – Les Ross

Would need to find a few lengths to be competitive here. 

19e. Revolutionary Miss (8) – $51
Jockey – Not Notified
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

Good debut on the Kensington track in Sydney where she finished a narrow 2nd to Fireburn. Hard to see her gaining a start but could figure in the finish if she does.

20e. Wild Botanica (15) – $126
Jockey – Not Notified
Trainer – Kacy Fogden

Beaten by big margins by Coolangatta and Perfect Mission before a strong maiden win last Saturday at Ipswich. Nice filly but can’t have her here.

21e. Russian Warrior (12) – $201
Jockey – Not Notified
Trainer – Allan Chau

Won a moderate Gold Coast maiden here two back with trainer Allan Chau in the saddle before finishing midfield behind Golden Artie last start. Improving type but hard to have him here.

Final Word

As seen by the market, this year’s edition of the Magic Millions 2YO Classic looks to be Coolangatta’s race to lose. After doing the form, videos, and assessing possible speed maps, it is hard to disagree. 

Her debut win at Randwick was simply outstanding and the clock backed that up, recording 56.78 for the 1000m and home in 33.17. She ran over a second quicker on the day than the colts and geldings in the Breeders Plate. 

Her first-up win at Doomben three weeks ago didn’t look overly convincing to the eye but she had to work early and the sectionals of the race backed that up. The horse that led on her inside knocked up and was beaten 21 lengths. James McDonald has stuck with the Written Tycoon filly all along and knows her inside out which is a big plus.

As for the other runners in the field, there are a handful that could pose a possible threat if Coolangatta does strike trouble in the run or isn’t 100%, but it is hard to tip against her on her form to date. 

Queenslanders Golden Artie and Thelwell look good place hopes at big odds after strong last start wins and the likes of Russian Conquest, Soaring Ambition Stupendo, Perfect Mission and Miss Hellfire have to be included in multiples. 

If the first emergency Swiss Exile gains a start I could entertain him at a big price. His debut run was very good after doing plenty wrong and he will get a good run behind the speed from the inside draw.

With that said, if you’re having a bet on the race I would suggest a win bet on Coolangatta along with a trifecta or first four for some value. 

Best Magic Millions 2YO Classic Tip: Coolangatta – Win ($2.05)
Next Best: Trifecta or first four – 9 to win from 3, 5, 7,10,11,12,14,17 boxed for 2nd, 3rd and/ or 4th

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*Odds correct at time of writing, courtesy of Sportsbet.


2021 Magic Millions 2YO Classic Runner By Runner Analysis & Tips

It looks a wide-open edition of the $2 million 2021 Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m), with no outstanding candidate heading in with strong market favouritism.

A number of well fancied chances have drawn the car park in the big dance, let’s take a look at each and every runner in the 2021 Magic Millions 2YO Classic to find a winner…

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1 – Alpine Edge – $8.50 💰

Alpine Edge had a visually impressive win over Baby Wong in the Group 3 BJ McLachlan at Eagle Farm, and having a look around at 1200m is certainly a plus here compared to some others untested at the trip. Not sure he actually beat much and the figures aren’t amazing, but he has to be in calculations at a reasonable price.

2 – Finance Tycoon – $14

A well-bred Written Tycoon colt from the powerful Lindsay Park operation, looking for a hattrick of wins here in the big one. He’s drawn the absolute car park in gate 21, which makes it very tough to win three wide the trip. You are getting a double figure quote to find out because of the gate, but happy to be against him here.

3 – Readily Availabull – $26

Got up against some fairly average types at Ballarat in the Magic Millions Clockwise Challenge that was ravaged by late scratchings. Have marked him more like a $50 chance and looks unders here.

4 – Shaquero – $11 💰

Has enough speed to use the inside gate and will probably look the winner at some stage, and the Waller / Bowman combination is definitely a plus. Had all the favours last start on a day that favoured on-pace runners and couldn’t get the job done. On-speed may not be a big advantage on Saturday with the rail once again in the true, with the inside possibly being chewed up by the time of the race. Goes in exotics but may get gunned down in the straight.

5 – Ghostwriter – $81 💰

Wasn’t the worst last outing and looks overs at the current price, may be worth throwing in exotics and could run a hole with some luck.

6 – Baby Wong – $17 💰

Has a hattrick of places this prep and only just went down to Alpine Edge last start. However, he had all the favours there and got gathered easily, with this looking a much tougher assignment. Not the worst, but the price is about right.

7 – Mishani Scandal – $151

The three-figure price says it all. No.

8 – Rambeau – $81

Out of the same junk Ballarat race as Readily Availabull, cannot entertain.

9 – Fake Love – $18 👀💰

Maher & Eustace, same connections and colours as last year’s winner Away Game. Has drifted due to the draw (barrier 20) and a bit of an issue where she lost a plate during a swim at the beach and has had to present in front of the vets several times during the week. Made Baby Wong look like an amateur in a recent trial, and is worth including in exotics despite the negatives, class may get her a long way.

10 – Mura Mura – $41

Hasn’t lived up to expectations so far and would need to show massive improvement. Hard to have.

11 – She’s All Class – $4.60 👀🏆💰

It was a visually outstanding win at Wyong which is usually a good form race for this, and it’s hard to knock the Waller / JMac combo here. She’s got good enough tactical speed to negotiate the sticky wide draw, and looks up to her eyeballs in this one.

12 – Swift Witness – $4.00 👀🏆💰

Has been the big firmer since the barrier draw, with a number of her main rivals all drawing wide. Powerful Waterhouse, Bott and B Avdulla combination, and is certainly well bred. Had the perfect ride with everything going its way last outing, and will have to improve again to get it done here. Goes in everything, is a massive chance, but looks short at the price.

13 – You’ll Be Mist – $35

Has won twice this prep on the Sunshine Coast, but she’s coming up against a far better level of opposition here. No.

14 – Miss Hipstar – $19 👀🏆💰

Got a long way back last start and then trucked around three wide without cover as well as nearly getting flattened at the top of the straight. Will be wide again here from the draw but should have cover and just needs even luck. Worked home beautifully and looks massive overs here at the current quote.

15 – Queen Of Wizardry – $26

Won at big odds last start at Eagle Farm on debut but this is much harder, happy to be against.

16 – Princess Bojack – $126

Would need to start running now to have a chance.

17e – Ranch Hand – $13 👀🏆💰

The only emergency in with a chance if he somehow gains a start. The last 300m at Eagle Farm last start may not be pretty where he got nailed at the line, but he did a stack of work early in the race and is a massive chance here if he can sneak into the field.

Tip: 14-11-9-12 and definitely include 17 if he gains a start!

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🏆 = Big Winning Chance
💰 = Worth Including in Exotics

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1Alpine Edge (9)J: Robbie Fradd 57kg T: A J & T Edmonds$8.00$2.80
2Finance Tycoon (21)J: Luke Nolen 57kg T: T Dabernig & B Hayes$11.00$3.50
3Readily Availabull (7)J: Michael Dee 57kg T: J G Sargent$21.00$6.00
4Shaquero (1)J: Hugh Bowman 57kg T: C J Waller$9.50$3.10
5Ghostwriter (12)J: Luke Currie 57kg T: Annabel Neasham$61.00$16.00
6Baby Wong (6)J: Nash Rawiller 57kg T: S C Jones$15.00$4.50
7Mishani Scandal (17)J: Michael Rodd 57kg T: L G Ross$126.00$26.00
8Rambeau (10)J: Craig Williams 57kg T: T Busuttin & N Young$71.00$18.00
9Fake Love (20)J: Glen Boss 55kg T: C Maher & D Eustace$15.00$4.50
10Mura Mura (8)J: John Allen 55kg T: P & P Snowden$34.00$8.50
11She’s All Class (18)J: James Mcdonald 55kg T: C J Waller$4.20$1.80
12Swift Witness (11)J: Brenton Avdulla 55kg T: G Waterhouse & A Bott$3.90$1.80
13You’ll Be Mist (14)J: Jim Byrne 55kg T: D J Hansen$31.00$7.50
14Miss Hipstar (19)J: Larry Cassidy 55kg T: K M Schweida$18.00$5.50
15Queen Of Wizardry (15)J: Ms Stephanie Thornton 55kg T: Annabel Neasham$21.00$6.00
16Princess Bojack (5)J: Michael Cahill 55kg T: M G Nolan$101.00$26.00
17Ranch Hand (3)J: Unknown 57kg T: C J Waller$11.00$3.50
18Ruby Kisses (4)J: Unknown 55kg T: Gary & John Moore$41.00$9.00
19Mishani Enchanted (16)J: Unknown 55kg T: L G Ross$201.00$34.00
20Win Burn (13)J: Unknown 57kg T: S W Kendrick$51.00$11.00
21Glorious Ruby (2)J: Unknown 55kg T: B J Dais$51.00$11.00