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2022 Golden Eagle Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

Run at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, the 1500m Golden Eagle is a special conditions race restricted to four year olds only, and is worth a staggering $10m in prize money.

Introduced in 2019 by Racing NSW, the set weights feature has become a landmark race on the Australian racing calendar and is the main target for top class four year olds all over Australia and abroad. Previous winners of the race include; Kolding (2019), Colette (2020) and I’m Thunderstruck (2021), who finished a gallant second in last weekend’s Cox Plate.

Looking at the market, Dabble has well performed import, Light Infantry, favourite for this year’s Golden Eagle at $3.10. Winning machine, Chain Of Lightning, has been well backed and is currently second favourite at $5.50 and then it’s out to double figures for In The Congo and I Wish I Win, both listed at $11.

However, we know anything can happen in this great game we call horse racing and there is no lack of quality 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 2022 Golden Eagle along with The Shark’s best tips. 

1. Overpass (3) – $21
Jockey – Rachel King 57.5kg
Trainer – Bjorn Baker

Chased home Nature Strip first up in The Shorts before close up efforts in the Premiere Stakes and The Everest last start. Will find this easier and gets in well under the set weights conditions but may struggle to run out a strong 1500m.

2. Converge (16) – $51
Jockey – Regan Bayliss 57.5kg
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Has failed to find anything near his best form in three runs to date this prep. Beat Anamoe at G1 level earlier this year, highlighting his talent when on song, but needs to find that form again before he can be included in the numbers in a race like this.

3. In The Congo (4) – $11
Jockey – Tim Clark 57.5kg
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Did little first up before being freshened and finishing a gallant second in the Sydney Stakes last start. Another who has beaten Anamoe at G1 level at his best but is a query at the trip and goes straight from the 1200m into this.

4. Vilana (24) – $18
Jockey – Nash Rawiller 57.5kg
Trainer – James Cummings

Finished strong to record a dominant win first up in the Silver Eagle. The added journey will be no issue here and Nash sticks with him. The outside gate is no help but the stable is on fire of late and off the strength of his first up win has to be included.

5. I Wish I Win (14) – $11
Jockey – Luke Nolen 57.5kg
Trainer – Peter G Moody

Won the Testa Rossa at Sandown in fine style two starts ago off the back of a scintillating first up win. Was sent out a solid fav last start in the Toorak and although he didn’t get the chocolates, was far from disgraced. Will appreciate a solid tempo up front here and on recent form looks hard to beat.

6. Mr Mozart (23) – $20
Jockey – Brenton Avdulla 57.5kg
Trainer – Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes

Found one better first up in the Theo Marks and again last start in the Silver Eagle. Will roll forward from the wide draw and try make his own luck on speed but happy to go around him here.

7. Hilal (17) – $81
Jockey – Jay Ford 57.5kg
Trainer – Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes

No match last start in the Toorak after a poor performance in the Rupert Clarke the start prior. Racing below his best but is capable of bobbing up at a price if he turns up and puts his best foot forward.

8. Military Expert (19) – $71
Jockey – Tommy Berry 57.5kg
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

On the seven day back up here after finishing down the track last Saturday at Moonee Valley. Form prior was very good and he will appreciate a dryer surface here. The big question is how much that run took out of him, and whether he can handle the travel and quick turn around.

9. Lightsaber (15) – $126
Jockey – Tom Sherry 57.5kg
Trainer – Peter G Moody

Hasn’t set the world on fire in four runs back this prep, the latest last Saturday at Moonee Valley. Wouldn’t be out of it on his best form but his recent runs suggest he’s not up to this.

10. Pinstriped (22) – $34
Jockey – Sam Clipperton 57.5kg
Trainer – Enver Jusufovic

Chased hard and found the line well all three runs this prep, including the Toorak last start where he finished sixth. Looks well suited here with good speed up front and gets a set of winkers on to sharpen him up. Looks huge overs despite the wide gate.

11. Brigantine (7) – SCRATCHED
Jockey – Sam Clipperton 57.5kg
Trainer – James Cummings


12. Light Infantry (8) – $3.10F
Jockey – Jamie Spencer 56.5kg
Trainer – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

Former UK-trained galloper who brings some strong international form lines into this. He finished a close up second to Inspiral at G1 level last start which reads well for this and the Maher/Eustace stable have had a great deal of success with imports. Big watch here.

13. Welwal (9) – $20
Jockey – Frankie Dettori 56.5kg
Trainer – Chris Waller

Another international who brings some intriguing form lines. Recent trials suggest he has settled in well and he gets the services of champion hoop, Frankie Dettori. Hard to line up his form but may pay to follow any positive market moves.

14. Hinged (20) – $13
Jockey – Kerrin McEvoy 55.5kg
Trainer – Chris Waller

Continued her consistent form last start with a close up third in the Epsom. Finished on the heels of Anamoe the start prior. Ran third in the Coolmore this track/trip in the Autumn and it’s hard to see her not running in the money again here despite the wide draw.

15. Fangirl (21) – $19
Jockey – Hugh Bowman 55.5kg
Trainer – Chris Waller

Ran super first up in the Winx Stakes behind Anamoe before a couple of fair efforts her past two on wet ground. Will more than likely go back from the gate and can improve sharply here, providing the track is in the good/soft range.

16. Chain Of Lightning (2) – $5.50
Jockey – Jamie Kah 55.5kg
Trainer – Peter G Moody

Blew her rivals away last start in the Tristarc at Caulfield. Has a brilliant record, with her only loss coming on a Heavy9 surface. Last run suggests the 1500m will suit and she looks one of the main hopes here.

17. Gypsy Goddess (6) – $16
Jockey – William Pike 55.5kg
Trainer – David Vandyke

Qld Oaks winner who resumes here. Has had two trials in preparation for this, the latest finding the line well under Pike. Unbeaten fresh and will be well suited with plenty of pressure up front. Can return with a bang here.

18. Lady Of Honour (13) – $71
Jockey – Jake Noonan 55.5kg
Trainer – Ben & JD Hayes

Had a good run and fought on well last time out behind Aegon. Will race in the first few here and handles all conditions but may find the high pressure of this race against her.

19. Lavish Girl (11) – $126
Jockey –  Keagan Latham 55.5kg
Trainer – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

*This horse has since been scratched.*

Led them up before fading late to finish midfield in the Silver Eagle last start. Prior form quite good but will cop a lot of pressure up front here and might be found wanting late.

20. Hope In Your Heart (10) – $41
Jockey –  Jason Collett 55.5kg
Trainer – Kerry Parker

Made it two G3 victories on the hop last start when she won the Angst at Randwick. Flying this prep and is one for one this track/trip. Can continue her good form and run a race at big odds.

21e. Cardinal Gem (5) – $31
Jockey – Jordan Childs 57.5kg
Trainer – Grahame Begg

Huge win at Flemington two back before another last to first victory at Caulfield last time out. This is tougher now but he continues to improve and should get conditions to suit. Not out of it.

22e. Jimmy The Bear (18) – $61
Jockey – Keagan Latham 57.5kg
Trainer – Patrick Payne

Didn’t have the best of luck last start at Caulfield but nevertheless ran well. This is tougher but doesn’t run a bad race too often and will be thereabouts if he gains a start.

23e. Flying Crazy (12) – $101
Jockey – Keagan Latham 57.5kg
Trainer – Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou

Got back and made steady ground in the Silver Eagle. Looks suited by the rise in trip but needs to find a few lengths on recent outings.

24e. Kiss Sum (1) – $34
Jockey – Jason Collett 57.5kg
Trainer – Tracey Bartley

Found the line well first up in the Silver Eagle. Winner this track/trip and suited up to 1500m but unlikely to get a run. However, if he does, he’s a definite winning chance at big odds.

Final Word

This year’s $10m Golden Eagle has once again brought together a quality field of four year olds and will have the eyes of punter’s firmly plastered to their TV sets come 4:45pm on Saturday afternoon.

The early speed looks electric and the race should set up for something to come from off the pace. With that said I’m going to go the way of I Wish I Win. He was outstanding on debut in Australia when winning in good time at Caulfield, before another dominant victory at Sandown. He was a beaten favourite last start in the Toorak, but still made some good late ground to finish 1.3L off the winner. He maps to get a nice run midfield here and feel he should be a lot shorter in the market.

UK import, Light Infantry, is an interesting runner and has been well supported. His last start second to Inspiral reads very good for this and he’s come up with an ideal gate. It’s always a risk backing an imported galloper first up in a new country but the stable have had success before with their internationals and he looks the main danger if he can bring his best form to the table here.

Despite the outside draw, Fangirl can improve sharply back on top of the ground. A repeat of her first up second to Anamoe would see her very hard to beat in this and Qld Oaks winner Gypsy Goddess is capable of running a bold race fresh. She trialled up well in preparation for this and comes from the astute Vandyke yard. Hope In Your Heart should be included in exotics after making it three wins on the hop last start. This race is tougher but she’s a mare in form and will get a nice run in the race. 

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5. I Wish I Win – Each-way ($11/$3.50)

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2021 Golden Eagle Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

The third edition of The Golden Eagle is finally here, with a capacity field of 18 four-year-olds facing the starter, with four emergencies waiting in the wings for a late call up. With $7.5M on offer, The Golden Eagle is a massive drawing card for the best four-year-olds, as evidenced by the fact that there are three internationals, albeit now being trained in Australia, that have come out for the race.

Dabble currently, as of Wednesday morning, has I’m Thunderstruck as $4.20 favourite. The gelding comes into this after taking out the 1600m G1 Toorak Handicap at the beginning of the Caulfield Cup carnival, earning favouritism for this race from that performance. Private Eye is another last start handicap winner, winning the Epsom Handicap to start the month, and is priced on the next line of betting, at $7, because of it. Following the barrier draw, Apache Chase, who drew perfectly in barrier 6, got brought in from $13 to $8.50, to be the only other runner currently in single-figure odds. 

However, you don’t worry about the odds, the form or the analysis, we have done everything for you! Read on below to find our runner by runner preview of the 2021 Golden Eagle, along with The Shark’s Golden Eagle best tips. 

1. Private Eye (17) – $7
Jockey – Nash Rawiller
Trainer – Joseph Pride

Had a very impressive win in the Epsom, settling back and swooping over the top of Dalasan and Aramayo. Has had a very successful career to date, winning 8 of 13 starts, and has been kept fresh since that Epsom win, being four weeks between runs here. The wide draw isn’t great, but he typically settles towards the back anyway, plus with the services of Nash Rawiller, who is in red-hot form, he will have every chance to win. 

2. I’m Thunderstruck (10) – $4.20
Jockey – Hugh Bowman
Trainer – Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)

I’m Thunderstruck is an incredibly talented four-year-old and showed us that with his win in the Toorak Handicap three weeks ago. While he was extremely well off in the weights there, being 6kg better off than second placed and 5.5kg better off than what he will run with today, he did have an impressive win against his own age while carrying 60kg three runs ago. The fact that he has a low draw is massive, as he can find cover and then burst through with his impressive turn-of-foot and is the favourite for a reason. 

3. Aegon (20) – $26
Jockey – Jason Collett
Trainer – Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman

Aegon may be a bit of a forgotten runner in the race, given he has seven weeks off from racing after bleeding during his Makybe Diva run. However, his run before that, when first up, he finished just 2.2L back in 4th in the Memsie Stakes, which is an extremely good formline considering Tofane finished 2nd in that race, and almost beat I’m Thunderstruck last start, and is short-priced favourite for the Empire Rose this weekend. He may need a heap of luck from the draw but at set weights against his own age seems to be a big go at the odds. 

4. Apache Chase (6) – $8.50
Jockey – Jim Byrne
Trainer – Desleigh Forster

There are a few things lining up for Apache Chase in this one. He has drawn perfectly, considering he likes to sit up on the speed, and has impressed Jim Byrne enough that he is giving up a full card of rides at Eagle Farm just to ride the gelding in this race. He has won four of his last six races, however one of those defeats came to Private Eye over 1600m on a soft track earlier this year. He would prefer the track to stay as dry as possible, as all seven career wins have been on good surfaces, but he is 1/1 third up and looks in terrific condition for this race.

5. Aysar (15) – $101
Jockey – Jay Ford
Trainer – Ben & JD Hayes

Did finish just 0.4L behind I’m Thunderstruck in the Sir Rupert Clarke two starts ago but Aysar was given the perfect run while I’m Thunderstruck had plenty of excuses. He seems to find ways to finish close without sealing the deal, and while he is better than a $101 chance, he won’t feature in this one. 

6. Aim (14) – $34
Jockey – Andrew Adkins
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

The winner of the Silver Eagle, the traditional lead-up for this race, and also the most decorated runner in the race with $1.7M already to his name, Aim is well over the odds in our opinion. He beat Ellsberg in that race, who is rated an $11 chance here, and is also 2/4 from second up from a spell. He is another who has all his best form on good tracks and there is a question over the fact that Hugh Bowman jumps off from that Silver Eagle win in order to ride I’m Thunderstruck in the Golden Eagle, which may say a lot about how that horse is going. 

7. Amish Boy (11) – $34
Jockey – Kathy O’Hara
Trainer – Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

Amish Boy started his prep off very nicely, finishing behind Masked Crusader and ahead of Oxley Road, with both of those horses winning at G2 level since. However, he has come out and run 9th and 7th in his two runs prior, being 2.2L off I’m Thunderstruck in the former while the latter was in the Silver Eagle. He has finished in the top three in 10/19 runs but has only won once, meaning he should be there abouts but will need a heap of improvement to actually win. 

8. Exoboom (12) – $26
Jockey – Lee Magorrian
Trainer – Peter & Paul Snowden

After an impressive finish to steal the Filante Handicap last week, Exoboom is on the quick back-up in the Golden Eagle. However, that quality looks a step or two down from this race here, evidenced by his 9th place finish in the Silver Eagle two weeks earlier. He did get bumped, in a race with lots of bumping, but will need to find another leg if he is a chance. 

9. Ellsberg (1) – $11
Jockey – Joshua Parr
Trainer – Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou

Ellsberg was a well-backed favourite and had genuine excuses in the Silver Eagle, getting checked badly as he was building momentum then going down by 0.12L to Aim. He is just a genuine honest operator, finishing in the top three in 10/11 runs, including being 4:2-2-0 at Rosehill. Most of his best form is first up from a spell, and he is third up here, but he does have a 3L win over Private Eye this year. 

10. Love Tap (3) – $34
Jockey – Robbie Dolan
Trainer – Richard & Michael Freedman

The big grey, Love Tap, can be quite hit or miss. He has won five of his nine races but hasn’t placed in the other four, indicating that he is a horse where he may need it all on his terms. He does draw perfectly to shoot forward, has good stats at both the distance and the track and was competitive against the older horses last start. He will give himself every chance up on the speed but may be out-classed here. 

11. Count De Rupee (4) – $13
Jockey – Brock Ryan
Trainer – Robert & Luke Price

Another to come out of The Silver Eagle, Count De Rupee finished just 0.6L back in third but probably suffered the worst interference of the lot. He genuinely had to jump sideways at the top of the straight to avoid bumping horses and had to straighten back up and was still able to burst home. He has drawn perfectly down low to find some cover but still be forward in the running and has never missed the place at Rosehill. He has form on both good and soft tracks and looks to be a good chance, being an exotics play at the least. 

12. Laws Of Indices (19) – $16
Jockey – Tommy Berry
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

The first of the international runners, with Tommy Berry on for Annabel Neasham. Laws of Indices would have been hoping for a better draw but does have a win over 1400m on soft ground two starts ago and has three wins from 11 career starts. He does seem to do his best work after having a run under the belt already, which isn’t a good sign with him being first up off an 18-week break, but does get a 1kg reprieve on the other male horses, being a European three-year-old. 

13. Maximal (22) – $12
Jockey – Alysha Collett
Trainer – John O’Shea

A very exciting runner, who is a three-quarter brother to the legendary Frankel. Given he likes racing on the speed, connections wouldn’t have wanted to draw the carpark, but he has finished top two in six of his eight runs and seems to have some nice speed about him. First up last prep he finished 2nd to Hurricane Lane, which is easily the best formline in this race. If he can overcome the wide draw, he is one of the better chances to win and we get him at each-way odds. 

14. Reve De Vol (7) – $26
Jockey – Brodie Loy
Trainer – Annabel Neasham

The last of the three internationals, brought over by the well-renowned syndications of OTI, trained by Annabel Neasham. He may be the least credentialed of the three, but they wouldn’t have brought him out here and run him in this race first up if they didn’t think he had a chance, and he has also drawn the best of the three. All his form is on soft tracks, so he will be hoping that the rain comes as expected. 

15. Forbidden Love (16) – $26
Jockey – Jean Van Overmeire
Trainer – Richard & Michael Freedman

After an impressive third in The Invitation last week, racing up on a very fast speed, Forbidden Love is on the quick back-up for the $7.5M Golden Eagle. While this prep has been a bit short of her best, with last week’s third being her first placing from four runs this time, she has been racing against older horses and still has five wins and five placings from 17 starts. The wide draw hurts but if she can go forward and find cover, she has the speed to win this. 

16. Vangelic (5) – $21
Jockey – Tim Clark
Trainer – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Vangelic’s run in The Silver Eagle is an easy forgive-job, given she was involved in the big pile up and didn’t run out the race. She was impressive in last week’s Invitation, but was fading towards the end while others, including Forbidden Love, ran over the top. Has to be respected as she is super consistent but is an exotics play at best. 

17. Media Award (9) – $41
Jockey – Jack Martin
Trainer – Chris Calthorpe

Another mare from The Invitation, Media Award finished further back in the pack than the previous two but was first up from a spell, which isn’t her best going. She has finished in the top two in both her second up runs and went 3/3 last prep, ending with a G1 Australasian Oaks win over 2000m, but will need to find something to compete here, based on last week’s run. 

18. Atishu (18) – $26
Jockey – Glyn Schofield
Trainer – Chris Waller

This Waller-trained Atishu has had a great prep, with two wins from four tries and a valiant 6th in the Epsom Handicap last start. The wide draw doesn’t do her any favours given she would prefer to be up on the speed, but could follow a few across and find cover. The knock is that she has five wins from eight runs as favourite but just one win from five runs when not, indicating that she may just be a soft-kill only type of horse. 

19e. Kiku (SCR)

20e. Our Playboy (2) – $101
Jockey – TBC
Trainer – Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)

While he will relish the conditions if the rain comes as planned, he is second emergency and needs a heap of luck to get in. 

21e. Wheelhouse (13) – $101
Jockey – TBC
Trainer – Chris Waller

You can never doubt Chris Waller, but he had a stinker last weekend and Wheelhouse is the third emergency so he likely won’t see the starter. 

22e. Blondeau (8) – $201
Jockey – TBC
Trainer – Chris Waller

Another that relishes the wet but won’t be running as the fourth emergency. 

Final Word

This is certainly an interesting race, with plenty of chances to come out on top, and it makes it even more tough to pick a winner as there is only two years of history to go off. While both of the previous winners were priced at $10 or less, the two favourites, in 2019 and 2020, finished 5th and 17th respectively. Does that mean that you should stay away from the $4.20 favourite, I’m Thunderstruck? 

Both Kolding and Colette came out of the Epsom Handicap, with the former winning the race before winning The Golden Eagle, so does that mean that Private Eye should have your money here? When looking at the last two years, the six placings have been filled by four mares and just two males, so do mares like Forbidden Love or Atishu deserve some love? Well, Private Eye, Forbidden Love and Atishu are all good chances and could very well win this, but we are bucking the form from the previous two years and taking the horse that looks like it is the best in the race – I’m Thunderstruck. 

He had no luck at all in the Sir Rupert Clarke, getting checked when straightening up and still powering home for a narrow third. He then came out in the Toorak Handicap and powered home for the win, after having a tough run throughout the race. While he does rise in weights to run here, Private Eye has an even bigger jump in weights from his Epsom Handicap win, and he is second favourite. 

With Hugh Bowman on board, the low draw and winning form, I’m Thunderstruck has every chance to take out the 2021 $7.5M Golden Eagle and stamp himself as the best of his age group. We are that confident that we don’t need to use any bet returns on some other agencies, we are heading straight to Dabble and using a ‘Rocket Boost’, to get I’m Thunderstruck’s odds as high as possible!

Best Golden Eagle Tip: I’m Thunderstruck – Win ($4.20)

Don’t stop there, The Golden Eagle is one of just seven feature races across both Rosehill and Flemington this Saturday! We have done a runner-by-runner preview on all seven, so you just need to read, agree, place your bets and watch the winnings come in:

  • Empire Rose Stakes – Analysis Here!
  • Classique Legend (Winner) Stakes – Analysis Here!
  • Rosehill Gold Cup – Analysis Here!

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*Odds correct at time of publication, courtesy of Dabble

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2020 Golden Eagle Runner By Runner Preview, Odds & Tips

It’s the second running of the $7.5 million Golden Eagle (1500m) for four-year-olds, and it’s an absolute raffle with a number of quality runners all set to collide.

Let’s look at each and every runner in the 2020 Golden Eagle (1500m)…

1 – Alligator Blood – $7.50 ??

Hasn’t looked at his best this prep and at the price I’m happy to look to others, especially with the Heavy track, wide draw, and expected brutal speed up front. Still goes in all exotics and could win if he’s back to his best.

2 – Brandenburg – $41

The price looks about right, had every chance in the Epsom Handicap but hasn’t quite looked up to it this preparation.

3 – Superstorm – $19 ??

Not out of it, and looks overs at the price. The brutal speed won’t hurt him, and if he doesn’t get too far back from the pack, he’ll be flying home late.

4 – Dawn Passage – $31

Untested on Heavy ground and has drawn a shocker of a gate, will be caught wide and have to do a stack of work. Quality galloper but against it here.

5 – Riodini – $21 ?

Have to include in wider exotics, should get through the going and has been travelling well this prep, placing in the Epsom Handicap.

6 – Windstorm – $34 ???

Looks the best roughie in the race, has been running well in Melbourne and has good wet track figures. Can do it off both fast and slow speeds and if the gaps open up, is right in this at the big price.

7 – Reloaded – $81

Highly rated by the Waller camp but looking to others

8 – Just Thinkin’ – $126

The price says it all, would have to start running now to have a chance

9 – Bottega – $31

Big fan of this galloper but may be looking for further, and this is a massive step up in grade. Happy to be against it.

10 – Criaderas – $23

Massive boom around this horse with some eye catching late runs, but think the price is about right. Didn’t like the way it got detached from the field last start, and that could happen again with a savage early speed on the cards.

11 – Flit – $15 ?

Not sure she’s looking for the 1500m, though she was dynamic in her Silver Eagle win at 1300m against a few of these. Worth including in your numbers but have a few ahead of her.

12 – Funstar – $5.50 ???

The gate obviously isn’t ideal but she’s got the early speed to go and find something to trail into the race. If she gets cover and isn’t caught too far back she’s a massive go, at the right distance, doesn’t mind the going, and has Tom Berry onboard in her grand final. Massive show

13 – Colette – $6

This is the runner short in the market I’m most keen to take on. Think punters are overreacting to her good Heavy form. She looks like she wants 2000m and above, and certainly don’t like her back to 1500m. Happy to take a set against her.

14 – Subpoenaed – $34 ???

Another at big odds that looks overs, won the Golden Pendant well two starts ago and was jostled around last outing. Think her ability in the wet is better than it looks, and she’s a massive chance.

15 – Emeralds – $35 ?

Travelling well, can include in exotics but think she’s running into a few too smart for her here.


16 – Sierra Sue – $10 ???

Hard to knock her with 5 wins from 7, but this is a big step up. Hard to line up bringing vastly different form across, but does handle the wet and shouldn’t mind the 1500m. Big show if she has luck in transit.

17 – All Saints’ Eve – $46

Price is about right, no chance here.

18 – Icebath – $15 ??

Handles the wet and has to have rough claims. Is an outside chance and goes in everything.


19e – Stockman – $201
20e – Enchanted Heart – $401
21e – Fender – $301
22e – Air To Air – $401

All have no chance.

Tip: 12-6-14-16

? = Must Watch
? = Big Winning Chance
?= Worth Including in Exotics

*Odds accurate at time of posting

1Alligator Blood (15)J: Ryan Maloney 57.5kg T: David Vandyke$7.00$2.50
2Brandenburg (14)J: Regan Bayliss 57.5kg T: J G Sargent$34.00$8.00
3Superstorm (19)J: Joshua Parr 57.5kg T: G & A Williams$17.00$5.00
4Dawn Passage (16)J: Tim Clark 57.5kg T: G Waterhouse & A Bott$26.00$6.50
5Riodini (7)J: Brenton Avdulla 57.5kg T: G Waterhouse & A Bott$19.00$5.50
6Windstorm (8)J: Glyn Schofield 57.5kg T: G & A Williams$31.00$7.50
7Reloaded (11)J: Robbie Dolan 57.5kg T: C J Waller$71.00$19.00
8Just Thinkin’ (21)J: Ms Kathy O’hara 57.5kg T: G Waterhouse & A Bott$101.00$26.00
9Bottega (4)J: James Innes Jnr 57.5kg T: G Ryan & S Alexiou$26.00$6.50
10Criaderas (10)J: Keagan Latham 57.5kg T: James Cummings$21.00$6.00
11Flit (17)J: Ms Rachel King 55.5kg T: James Cummings$15.00$4.50
12Funstar (22)J: Tommy Berry 55.5kg T: C J Waller$5.00$2.00
13Colette (6)J: Koby Jennings 55.5kg T: James Cummings$6.00$2.25
14Subpoenaed (2)J: Jay Ford 55.5kg T: C J Waller$31.00$7.50
15Emeralds (18)J: Jason Collett 55.5kg T: J G Sargent$34.00$8.00
16Sierra Sue (1)J: Nash Rawiller 55.5kg T: T Busuttin & N Young$9.50$3.10
17All Saints’ Eve (3)J: Sam Clipperton 55.5kg T: J A O’shea$41.00$9.50
18Icebath (5)J: Tom Sherry 55.5kg T: Brad Widdup$11.00$3.50
19Stockman (9)J: Unknown 57.5kg T: Joseph Pride$151.00$31.00
20Enchanted Heart (13)J: Unknown 55.5kg T: K A Lees$201.00$31.00
21Fender (12)J: Unknown 57.5kg T: B F Cavanough$201.00$31.00
22Air To Air (20)J: Unknown 55.5kg T: J C Coyle$201.00$31.00