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Alcopop will be out to win his first race of 2012 when he runs in the Group 1 Mackinnon Stakesat Flemington Racecourse tomorrow.
The eight-year-old looked the winner down the final straight in the $2.5 million Caulfield Cup last start before being taken over in the final stages by classy galloper Dunaden.
With that run, Alcopop proved that his age is no barrier and that he is in career best form going into the 2012 Mackinnon Stakes.
His biggest obstacle to winning the 2012 Mackinnon Stakes appears to be Ocean Park, who is on track to remain unbeaten this spring after his Cox Plate victory last start.
#3 Alcopop – Horse Facts
- Jockey: Craig Williams
- Trainer: Jake Stephens
- Owners: J A Stephens, J P & Mrs S K Kelton, Ms A Kelton, G D & Mrs H R Gillam, P Kelton, Ms A J McLaren, P Mackie & Ms S Pourbozorgi
- Age: 8YO
- Gender: Gelding
- Breeding: by Jeune out of Iota Of Luck
- Win: 28%
- Win and Place: 44%
- Last 6: 789722
- Prize Money: $1.08 million
- Track: 3-0-0-0
- Distance: 9-2-2-0
- Current 2012 Mackinnon Stakes odds: $5
Why Alcopop Can Win the 2012 Mackinnon Stakes
- He is in top form, with two huge Group 1 second placings under his belt.
- He has won over this distance on two previous occasions.
Why Alcopop Can’t Win the 2012 Mackinnon Stakes
- He has never won or placed at Flemington Racecourse, despite having three attempts.
- He will have to face weight-for-age champion Ocean Park in the race.
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