Melbourne Cup Form

With punters and racing fans around the world gearing up for the most anticipated handicap in Australia, now is the perfect time to start studying the Melbourne Cup Form Guide for the 2010 Melbourne Cup.

Due to run as Race 7 at 3pm on Tuesday November 2, the 2010 Melbourne Cup is worth a record $6 million in prize money and is the 150th edition of this iconic Flemington feature.

Having a bet on the Melbourne Cup is an Aussie tradition as the 24-horse Melbourne Cup Field features the best and most exciting stayers making for a heart-stopping showdown between racing’s finest.

What is in a Melbourne Cup Form Guide?

The 2010 Melbourne Cup forms feature all the information you need to make a well-informed wager as it gives punters complete details on the list of horses running in the Melbourne Cup Field.

As well as listing all the horses the Melbourne Cup Form Guide also covers:

  • Saddlecloth Number
  • Racing Colours
  • Barrier
  • Jockey
  • Trainer
  • Owner
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Weight / Handicap
  • Breeding
  • Form / Recent Runs
  • Career
  • Prize money
  • Min & Max Wins

All of this information can be studied and used by punters to give you the best possible chance of selecting the 2010 Melbourne Cup winner!

Where can I get the best Melbourne Cup Form Guide?

The best form guide for the 2010 Melbourne Cup can be found online at a bookmaker such as

Easy to read, use and understand, the Melbourne Cup form provided by this trusted online bookie will have you ready to win big this spring racing carnival in no time!

After you have looked at the form for your Melbourne Cup favourites, you can then visit the Cup betting market open right now at, who have better Melbourne Cup odds available than the TAB.

Why is the Melbourne Cup Form Important?

The best Melbourne Cup bets are those backed by a knowledge of the horses and the history of the race, which is why the form guide is so important.

Things to look at and ask before betting on the Melbourne Cup that the form guide will answer include:

  • What record the horse has at the Flemington track
  • Has the horse proven itself over the testing 3200m distance of the Melbourne Cup
  • What record do the jockey and trainer of your Cup horse have
  • How has the horse performed in its four or five most recent starts
  • What weight does the horse have to carry
  • Has the horse come up against the other Melbourne Cup runners in previous starts
  • Where in the field is the horse drawn and how will this affect its run in the Cup

So before you get in on the lucrative early Melbourne Cup betting markets check out the form of the horses and give yourself the best chance of picking the winner of the world’s richest handicap!

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