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As part of this year’s Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, on Saturday October 9 the $1 million Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) will light up the Caulfield track and in anticipation of this classic three-year-olds showdown Ladbrokes.com.au have opened their early betting markets.
Two proven gallopers have been installed as the equal favourites to win the 2010 Caulfield Guineas, with Star Witness and Toorak Toff both paying $8 through Ladbrokes.com.au.
Star Witness, trained by Danny O’Brien at Flemington, took out the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes back in February and enjoyed a promising first-up start this spring when running third to Toorak Toff in the Vain Stakes last Saturday.
After their barnstorming Vain Stakes victory, the Rick Hore-Lacy Toorak Toff gained plenty of attention from the punters in the Caulfield Guineas betting markets.
The Show A Heart colt has won four of their seven starts to date and is looking in top form this season.
Other early favourites to win the 2010 Caulfield Guineas through Ladbrokes.com.au include Peter Snowden’s Champagne Stakes winner Skilled ($12), the David Payne-trained Masquerader ($12) and unbeaten colt Squamosa ($13).
Many of these exciting runners are also targeting the $1 million Group 1 Golden Rose in Sydney before heading to Melbourne.
Now is the best time to lock in generous odds on your Caulfield Guineas selections at Ladbrokes.com.au before the final field of acceptances is released on October 5.
If you prefer to wait until the list of starters is announced, then bookmark this page as we will be the first to publish the Caulfield Guineas final field.
Don’t forget that no matter when you want to have a bet on the Guineas that the TAB will never offer the best odds.
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