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September 29, 2011

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Punters Chase The Rainbow in Stutt Stakes 2011 Final Field & Odds

Caulfield Guineas-bound Chase The Rainbow is the headline contender in the 2011 Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday night, the in-form grey colt leading the odds for the three-year-old set weights showdown.

Drawn in barrier nine of 10 for the $200,000 Group 2 Bill Stutt Stakes (1600m), the Rick Hore-Lacy-trained Chase The Rainbow is seeking their third win from five career starts and gets their first look at Moonee Valley here.

Rated the $11 fourth-favourite at Luxbet in their future odds for Saturday week’s $1 million Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m), Dash For Cash colt Chase The Rainbow is also stepping up to the mile for the first time in the Stutt Stakes 2011.

Despite their wide draw the punters have crunched Chase The Rainbow’s Stutt Stakes Fixed Win odds at Luxbet, the progressive galloper in from their opening price of $2.90 to $2.60.

They showed their class and ability to come from last and hit the line hard when narrowly defeated in the Listed Henry Bucks Best Dressed (1400m) at Flemington on September 3, connections confident they have come on from then making them the horse to back on Friday night.

“I think the Valley will suit him,” Hore-Lacy said.

“He will get back and start going around them at the half-mile (800m) and I think he will be strong at the finish.

“It looks a nice race for him and if he runs like he did last start he will be hard to beat.”

Chase The Rainbow’s most notable dangers in the Stutt Stakes are David Hayes’ comfortable last-start winner at the track Whisper Downs ($4.60) drawn one on their inside in gate eight and Charge Forward colt Sabrage who has been backed in from $7 to $6.50 through Luxbet to win in an upset result.

Other Stutt Stakes acceptors with claims this year include Leon Corsten’s lightly-raced Zabeel colt Zabeelionaire ($8) and the Peter Moody-trained Choisir filly Cute Emily ($7) in the far outside barrier 10.

The five aforementioned horses at single-odds in the Stutt Stakes 2011 field are the obvious selections and history supports their success as four favourites have saluted in the feature since 2001, and no Stutt Stakes winner during the past decade has started longer than $11 in the betting.

For the complete Stutt Stakes odds and betting options head to our preferred online bookmaker Luxbet who have a $400 bonus bet awaiting new depositing customers that quote the exclusive code BONUSBET this spring.

2011 Essendon Jeep Stutt Stakes Field & Barriers

No. Last 10 Horse Trainer Rider Barrier Wgt. Hcp. Rating
1 0112 CHASE THE RAINBOW Rick Hore-Lacy Dean Yendall 9 57kg 74
2 3X141 WHISPER DOWNS David Hayes Dwayne Dunn 8 57kg 72
3 1X04 SABRAGE Michael Moroney Damien Oliver 5 57kg 70
4 128X554 CARAVAGGIO Anthony Freedman Steven King 1 57kg 64
5 92 ZABEELIONAIRE (NZ) Leon Corstens Stephen Baster 4 57kg 66
6 92352 ROCK MUSICIAN Robbie Laing Ben Melham 6 57kg 60
7 6493 KAITOA Michael Trotter Noel Callow 7 57kg 60
8 111X044 CUTE EMILY Peter G Moody Luke Nolen 10 55kg 78
9 771 RAHVEEL Leon Corstens Nicholas Hall 3 55kg 62
10 32 GIOE Michael Kent Craig Williams 2 55kg 60

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