2020 Group 1 Underwood Stakes Final Field, Barriers & Odds

A field of 10 has been finalised for Saturday’s Group 1 2020 Underwood Stakes (1800m) at Caulfield.

All eyes will be on short-priced favourite Russian Camelot ($1.95), who is looking to collect his first Weight-For-Age Group 1, on his way to a Cox Plate path.

The son of Camelot has drawn wide again, but in a smaller field of just 10 runners, it shouldn’t pose much of an issue.

Bob Peters’ Arcadia Queen ($5) lines up as the biggest danger to Russian Camelot, with Mr Quickie ($7.50) the only other runner in single figures.

Gailo Chop, Humidor, Trap For Fools, and Levendi are all experienced Group One winners taking their place in the field, with The Chosen One, Harbour Views, and So Si Bon all chasing their first Group One honours.

Find the final field, barriers, and odds below.

*Odds correct at time of posting this article.

Horse Win Place
1 Gailo Chop (5)J: Dean Yendall 59kg T: M J Williams $81.00 $13.00
2 Humidor (3)J: Craig Williams 59kg T: C J Waller $14.00 $3.10
3 Trap For Fools (6)J: Declan Bates 59kg T: L Smith $91.00 $15.00
4 Levendi (4)J: Jason Maskiell 59kg T: Peter Gelagotis $91.00 $15.00
5 So Si Bon (8)J: Daniel Stackhouse 59kg T: T Dabernig & B Hayes $26.00 $4.80
6 Mr Quickie (10)J: Damian Lane 59kg T: P Stokes $7.50 $2.05
7 The Chosen One (2)J: Michael Dee 59kg T: M Baker & A Forsman $11.00 $2.50
8 Harbour Views (7)J: John Allen 59kg T: M J Williams $11.00 $2.50
9 Arcadia Queen (1)J: William Pike 57kg T: G & A Williams $5.00 $1.50
10 Russian Camelot (9)J: Damien Oliver 56.5kg T: D T O’brien $1.95 $1.18



Author: Will Guest

From Muswellbrook to the Melbourne Cup, Will is mad about all things racing and sport. Spent countless hours in the backyard as a child pretending to be Glenn McGrath, and has been known to get deadly late swing with a taped tennis ball.

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