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With the 2012 Emirates Stakes set to feature at Flemington Racecourse today, the betting markets are falling into their final position.
Favourite to win the 2012 Emirates Stakes is currently Fawkner, who is paying odds of $4.80 at bookmaker.com.au.
Fawkner has won eight of his 14 race starts and has earned more than $485,000 in prize money.
The Reset gelding remains unbeaten this spring, with Fawkner claiming victory in all three of his starts.
The most recent of these was in the Group 3 TAB.com.au Stakes, which was run at Flemington Racecourse on November 3, 2012.
With Fawkner’s familiarity with Flemington just one of his many advantages in today’s 2012 Emirates Stakes, many punters are convinced the five-year-old will once again salute.
Solzhenitsyn has firmed into second favourite for the 2012 Emirates Stakes and is paying $7.
The six-year-old has won 11 of his 25 race starts and has earned more than $600,000 in prize money during his horses racing career.
Solzhenitsyn has already won a Group 1 race this spring, winning the Toorak Handicap at Caulfield Racecourse on October 13.
The St Petersburg gelding placed third in the Group 2 Crystal Mile last start and will be looking for a less troublesome run in today’s 2012 Emirates Stakes.
Third favourite for the 2012 Emirates Stakes is Fat Al at $9, while the least backed runner in the betting markets is Rolling Pin at $51.
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