2010 Cox Plate Day Race 1 – Late Mail

The Gillian Heinrich-trained Pensive Dream has been very well backed across all the corporate bookmakers already today to win the opening race of Cox Plate Day, the $250,000 Inglis Banner (1000m).

Interesting, Heinrich trains from the Gold Coast in Queensland and is a great conditioner of young horses, well-known to put money on when they are right to win.

Currently the horse has been backed in from $5.50 to $4 already, so now is the time to get behind this well-bred Choisir filly for her race debut.

Best of the Best is still available at Luxbet right now, which pays you the best tote or best official fluctuation whichever is higher, meaning you won’t get a better price.

Our on-course experts say the horse looks fantastic. Well muscled and good in the coat, Pensive Dream looks like it has been primed for a first-up win.

It’s often a good sign to follow the early money, so get in on the action of Race 1 at Cox Plate Day and head to Luxbet now!