Betting markets have opened for the 2013 Dane Ripper Stakes at Eagle Farm Racecourse this Saturday.
There are currently three equal favourites for the 2013 Dane Ripper Stakes, with Steps In Time, Red Tracer and Fire Up Fife all paying odds of $5.50 at bookmaker.com.au.
Steps In Time will go into the Group 2 Dane Ripper Stakes in the hopes of improving her form after she placed 11th in the Group 1 Doomben 10,000 last start.
The Danehill Dancer mare won the Group 2 Thoroughbred Breeder’s Classic and the Listed Wiggle Stakesearlier this prep, and will be out to rediscover her winning flair this weekend.
The John O’Shea-trained mare has won eight of her 18 race starts and has earned more than $630,000 in prize money during her horse racing career.
Red Tracer will also be looking for a pick-me-up after she placed 15th of 18 runners in the 2013 Doncaster Mile last start.
Her recent barrier trail win has given trainer Chris Waller the confidence to run Red Tracer in the 2013 Dane Ripper Stakes this weekend in the hope she can run straight into the winner’s circle.
Fire Up Fifi is the only one of the favourites that is coming off a win going into Saturday’s race.
The five-year-old grey mare won the Listed Spear Chief Quality Handicap at Eagle Farm Racecourse by almost two lengths on June 1, 2013, and will be backing up seven days later in the 2013 Dane Ripper Stakes.
Fourth favourite for the 2013 Dane Ripper Stakes is presently Floria at $8, while the least backed runners at bookmaker.com.au are Pane In The Glass, Poste Restante and Show Affection at $101.
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