2010 Kingston Town Classic Odds – God Has Spoken Early Favourite

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2010 Kingston Town Classic Odds – God Has Spoken Early Favourite

The 2010 Festival of Perth Racing comes to a close at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday December 4 with the Kingston Town Classic Day, and Australia’s premier online bookmaker Luxbet have opened the early betting markets on the day’s feature race, the $500,000 Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m).

Local Blackfriars four-year-old God Has Spoken is the current favourite to win the 2010 Kingston Town Classic, installed at the top of the All In betting markets at $7 through Luxbet.

The Neville Parnham-trained galloper soared into favouritism for the feature after taking out the Group 3 R.J. Peters Stakes (1500m) at Ascot on November 13, favoured to go one better than his second place finish in the Kingston Town Classic last year.

This Saturday November 20, God Has Spoken will run in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1800m) and how they perform in the $1 million feature will have a huge influence over the Kingston Town Classic odds.

The close second favourite in the Kingston Town Classic betting is defending champion Sniper’s Bullet, the veteran seven-year-old paying $7.50.

Sniper’s Bullet took out the coveted Railway Stakes / Kingston Town Classic double at the Perth Summer Carnival last year, and is back in this Saturday’s Railway Stakes.

Other horses heading towards the 2010 Kingston Town Classic that are at early single-figure odds include Colour Correct ($8.50), Chris Waller’s Sydney raider Triple Honour ($8.50) and WA Guineas winner Playing God ($9), stablemate to favourite God Has Spoken.

In-form local galloper Colour Correct is the clear favourite to take out the Railway Stakes on the weekend after claiming back-to-back stakes wins at Ascot.

Success on Saturday will see Colour Correct storm into outright favouritism for the Kingston Town, so now is the time to get behind them before their odds shorten.

Thirty-four horses are still vying for a spot in the 2010 Kingston Town Classic final field and punters can get odds on all hopefuls.

To check out the full early Kingston Town Classic betting markets, head to Luxbet today and open an account with the online bookmaker offering a free $400 bet for new customers that join using the exclusive codeword EXTRA400.

2010 Kingston Town Classic Odds

Horse Odds*
God Has Spoken 7.00
Sniper’s Bullet 7.50
Colour Correct 8.50
Triple Honour 8.50
Playing God 9.00
Ranger 9.00
Famous Roman 10.00
Marasco 10.00
Ma Chienne 11.00
Trusting 12.00
Impressive Jeuney 15.00
Inarticulate 15.00
Tarzi 15.00
Black Piranha 16.00
Guyno 16.00
Almohad 17.00
Tranquility 17.00
Grand Nirvana 26.00
Megatic 26.00
Mighty Rossa 26.00
Gathering 31.00
Motion Pictures 34.00
Admiring 41.00
For Your Eyes Only 41.00
Mabel Grace 41.00
Far To Go 51.00
Gondorff 51.00
Token Of Honour 51.00
Clueless Angel 81.00
Wolfe Dreams 81.00
Lady Liz 101.00
Mega Steel 101.00
Club Liquid 151.00
Little Grey Teapot 201.00
Stokehouse 201.00

*Odds are WIN (ALL IN) provided by Luxbet and subject to change

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