2020 Railway Stakes Runner By Runner Preview, Tips & Odds

2020 Railway Stakes Runner By Runner Preview, Tips & Odds
Fri 20th November 2020

The Group 1 train steams out west and into Perth, with the 2020 Railway Stakes (1600m) first up for punters in the Ascot Carnival.

There is a lack of invaders from the eastern states this year, with many of the top chances local heroes.

Let’s take a look at each and every runner in the 2020 Railway Stakes…

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1 – Kementari – $15 πŸ‘€πŸ’°

Everyone is familiar with this galloper who looked set to be a star but hasn’t won since the Randwick Guineas in 2018. Placed last start out west and looks to get a gun run from the inside gate. Sneaky outside chance at the odds and worth including in exotics.

2 – Material Man – $51

Hitting this first up but would have been geared up for this to run above his odds in the market. Think he’s running into a few too good here at this stage of his career.

3 – Gailo Chop – $41

Don’t think they’ll use him up from barrier 20 and looks to be in a world of hurt. This looks tough for the 10-year-old and the odds reflect that.

4 – Kay Cee – $7 πŸ’°

Talented mare but has drawn a sticky gate and with the injury to Steven Parnam, new jockey Jason Brown will have to navigate through the entire field and rely on luck. Still goes in exotics but will have to have it fall her way.

5 – Spiritual Warrior – $151

Usually takes a run to blow out the cobwebs and will be better over longer. Odds tell the story.

6 – Taxagano – $51

Should get an economical run from the barriers but appears tested here, especially if the track is in the soft range.

7 – Great Shot – $71

Won this in 2017 but would need to wind back the clock to do it again.


8 – Red Can Man – $9 πŸ’°

Tough draw, will either have to go back and ride for luck, or sit up on speed in what looks to be a brutal tempo. Goes in exotics but it looks a tough one.

9 – Cup Night – $26

More of a 1400m type and the mile is a question mark, especially at this level.

10 – Dance Music – $46 πŸ’°

Had everything go her way last start when winning the Northam Cup over the mile, this is a lot harder but the odds about her are a bit of overs. Can go in wider exotics.

11 – Inspirational Girl – $3.80 πŸ‘€πŸ†πŸ’°

It looks like G&A Williams, Bob Peters and W Pike are combining for another WA special here, with this mare looking faultless so far this prep. Did it off a slow tempo last start and should get a nice tow into the race with the expected brutal speed here. hard to be against.

12 – Missile Launch – $91

Better over further. Not here.

13 – Platoon – $15 πŸ’°

Will sit wide the trip and possibly try to get on the back of Inspirational Girl. Doubt he has the class to roll her, but could sneak a place.

14 – Too Close To The Sun – $5.50 πŸ‘€πŸ†πŸ’°

The main danger to the favourite, was outstanding in the Ascot Gold Cup last start and has had early market support. Will love the cut in the ground and will roll forward and make this a real test from a long way out. Massive chance.

15 – Truly Great – $12 πŸ‘€πŸ’°

Another for the G&A Williams team who has been in outstanding form this preparation. The double figures looks overs and has to go in everything, is a knockout chance.

16 – Uni Time – $71

Would need to improve lengths to challenge here. No.


None of these look up to it if they secure a run in the final field.

17e – Arctic Stream – $201

18e – Media Baron – $251

19e – Pym’s Royale – $201

20e – True Attraction – $51

Tip: 11-14-15-1

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1Kementari (1)J: Chris Parnham 58kg T: James Cummings$13.00$4.00
2Material Man (9)J: Paul Harvey 58kg T: J T Warwick$41.00$8.50
3Gailo Chop (20)J: Brad Rawiller 57kg T: M J Williams$34.00$7.50
4Kay Cee (13)J: Jason Brown 56kg T: N D Parnham$6.50$2.40
5Spiritual Warrior (7)J: Ms Lucy Warwick 55.5kg T: J T Warwick$151.00$31.00
6Taxagano (4)J: Peter Knuckey 54.5kg T: F R Kersley$34.00$7.50
7Great Shot (3)J: Craig Staples 54kg T: Rhys Radford$61.00$12.00
8Red Can Man (10)J: Shaun Mcgruddy 53.5kg T: S J Wolfe$9.00$3.00
9Cup Night (8)J: Patrick Carbery 53kg T: B A Miller$26.00$6.00
10Dance Music (19)J: Ms Jade Mcnaught 53kg T: Simon Miller$34.00$7.50
11Inspirational Girl (11)J: William Pike 53kg T: G & A Williams$3.60$1.65
12Missile Launch (17)J: Troy Turner 53kg T: Vaughn Sigley$81.00$19.00
13Platoon (14)J: Brad Parnham 53kg T: N D Parnham$15.00$4.50
14Too Close The Sun (16)J: Joseph Azzopardi 53kg T: L Smith$5.00$2.00
15Truly Great (18)J: Clint Johnston-Porter 53kg T: G & A Williams$13.00$4.00
16Uni Time (12)J: Jason Whiting 53kg T: Ms S L Miller$61.00$12.00
17Arctic Stream (5)J: Shaun O’donnell 53kg T: R W Price$201.00$31.00
18Media Baron (2)J: Jordan Turner 53kg T: D R Harrison$201.00$31.00
19Pym’s Royale (15)J: Unknown 53kg T: Luke Fernie$151.00$31.00
20True Attraction (6)J: Unknown 53kg T: A G Durrant$41.00$8.50


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.