Friday the 18th of March has arrived so that means it’s only a matter of hours until the action kicks off at Moonee Valley Racecourse with the main focus on the 2011 Alister Clark Stakes.
We’ve spent a good deal of time going over our tips for the Group 2 race with 14 runners harbouring hopes of claiming the title.
During the week we were first to being you full fields, first to bring you form guides and now we’re the first to bring you the winning 2011 Alister Clark Stakes Tips.
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2011 Alister Clark Stakes Tips
First across the line we couldn’t go past the current favourite Folding Gear.
He’s favourite for a reason after winning his last two races including the Autumn Classic at Caulfield last start.
He’s beaten a few of these horses before and we’re confident he’ll do it again.
Despite being favourite, if you’re quick you can still get some good value with current Ladbrokes.com.au fixed price odds at $3.60.Second in the race will be a repeat of their last start with Elusive King finishing as the bridesmaid yet again.
He’s made a habit of it already with three second places from five starts and we expect that to continue tonight.
He’s not far away though, that’s shown in the Ladbrokes.com.au markets where he’s only just outside the leader at $4.00.
For third we like the look of Domesky from Michael Kent.
He was fourth last start in the Autumn Classic and couldn’t quite catch Almindoro but we feel he got back a little too deep.
Craig Williams will have learnt from that and will do enough to claim a place in the 2011 Alister Clark Stakes, currently an $8.50 hope with Ladbrokes.com.au.
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