Strike The Stars Next Best – 2012 Randwick Guineas

While all eyes will be on star horses Mosheen and Manawanui in today’s Group 1 $500,000 2012 Royal Randwick Guineas, the third favourite Strike the Stars should not be ignored.

The punters have certainly not ignored the Anthony Cummings trained gelding as he has moved from $12.00 to $9.00 with the Races.com.au preferred online bookmaker – bookmaker.com.au.

Strike The Stars

Strike The Stars should not be forgotten ahead of today's Randwick Guineas

Strike The Stars ran second to star filly Mosheen in the prized Australian Guineas and has a favourable barrier seven start for today’s draw card race.

Also on the promising three-year-old’s side is the fact he will have experienced jockey Hugh Bowman on top when the horses jump at 4:20pm (AEDT) today.

The Races.com.au team have come up with the stats that matter about Strike The Stars and have put our best foot forward to give you reasons to back or leave the New Zealand horse today.

Horse Facts – Strike The Stars

  • Jockey: Hugh Bowman
  • Trainer: Anthony Cummings
  • Owners: Anthony Cummings Thoroughbreds Synd.
  • Age: 3YO
  • Gender: Gelding
  • Breeding: by Savabeel out of Ambitious
  • Career: 9 1-3-1
  • Prize Money: $312,900
  • Current Randwick Guineas Odds: $9.00 at bookmaker.com.au

Why Strike The Stars Can Win the 2012 Randwick Guineas

  • He is coming off an impressive second in the Australian Guineas
  • He has drawn a favourable barrier of seven
  • He will be ridden by prolific jockey Hugh Bowman

Why Strike The Stars Can’t Win the 2012 Randwick Guineas

  • He has never won at 1600 metres
  • The highest level race he has won is Group 3
  • He has only had one victory from nine starts

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