Caulfield Cup Day 2011 is set to run at Caulfield Racecourse today, with the first race scheduled to jump at 11.30am (AEDT).
The most notable scratchings of the day are that of the emergencies in the 2011 Caulfield Cup.
All four emergencies have been scratched from the race after the 18 other runners were all confirmed as starters.
This means that race favourite December Draw, who is currently paying odds of $2.70 to win the race at Luxbet, will jump from barrier nine in the 2011 Caulfield Cup.
This barrier draw is ideal for December Draw’s winning chances, with gate nine being the most successful in the past 20 years by producing a total of four winners.
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Caulfield Cup Day 2011 Race Scratchings
Race 1 Scratchings – 11:30AM Yellowglen Plate (1400 METRES)
Race 2 Scratchings – 12:10PM Lightway Australia Stakes (1400 METRES)
Race 3 Scratchings – 12:45PM Sportingbet Ethereal Stakes (2000 METRES)
Race 4 Scratchings – 1:20PM NAB Norman Robinson Stakes (2000 METRES)
Race 5 Scratchings – 2:00PM Perri Cutten Caulfield Sprint (1100 METRES)
#2 Decision Time
#3 Eagle Falls
#4 Here De Angels
Race 6 Scratchings – 2:40PM Betfair Stakes (1400 METRES)
#5 Doubtful Jack
Race 7 Scratchings – 3:20PM David Jones Cup (2000 METRES)
#4 Paddy O’Reilly
Race 8 Scratchings – 4:05PM BMW Caulfield Cup (2400 METRES)
#20e Lucky Eighty Eight
#22e Midnight Martini
Race 9 Scratchings – 4:50PM D’Urban Tristarc Stakes (1400 METRES)
Race 10 Scratchings – 5:30PM Carlton Draught Plate (1100 METRES)