Secret Admirer was far from the worst run in the 2011 Cox Plate, in fact the mare ran on very well to finish in fifth spot not too far away from the money.
She comes into the 2011 Emirates Stakes today as a horse that has to be given a big hope, especially getting back to a more open track that should suit her racing pattern.
She’s also back to the mile, a distance she’s won at twice from two attempts.
It all bodes well for a horse that seems to be consistently under estimated, despite possessing such a consistent record.
In fact from just nine career starts she’s won three of them and placed a further four times.
The only times she hasn’t been in the top two were when fifth in the Cox Plate and fourth in the Shannon Stakes.
Based on that she has to be a huge hope in the 2011 Emirates Stakes in a field that looks like one of the closest ever.
She’s well weighted with only 54kg and should get the gun run from barrier four.
This is why she’s been so well supported in the market opening at $6.50 at Luxbet making her second favourite.
Since then she’s come in a further half a point as well making her a real punters special.
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#8 Secret Admirer – Horse Profile
- Jockey: Brenton Avdulla
- Trainer: Grahame Begg
- Owners: Milburn Creek Thoroughbred Stud Syndicate (Mgr: J L Muir)
- Age: 4YO
- Gender: Mare
- Breeding: by Dubawi out of Secret Illusion
- Career: 9:3-2-2
- Prize Money: $752,030
- Track: 0-0-0-0
- Distance: 2-2-0-0
- Current Emirates Stakes Odds: $6.50 @ Luxbet
Why Secret Admirer Can Win The 2011 Emirates Stakes
- Most consistent horse in the field
- Unbeaten over the trip
- In fantastic form
- Well weighted, perfect barrier
Why Secret Admirer Can’t Win The 2011 Emirates Stakes
- Drops back from 2040m to 1600m
- Faces quality field with huge depth
- Never run at Flemington before