Could Green Moon Produce Back To Back Melbourne Cup Wins?

Green Moon will be out to claim back to back wins of the Melbourne Cup when he lines up for the race this Tuesday November 5, 2013.

The seven-year-old entire will be looking to put an end to his winless year, with his last victory coming in last year’s Cup.

Green Moon’s last run was in the Group 1 Cox Plate, where he placed ninth of 14 runners behind Shamus Award.

Green Moon will look to win his second Melbourne Cup in two years when he runs in the 2013 edition of the race.

Green Moon will look to win his second Melbourne Cup in two years when he runs in the 2013 edition of the race. Photo by Race Horse Photos Australia.

The Montjeu entire has won seven of his 25 races in total and has earned more than $5 million in prize money.

Green Moon is currently paying long odds of $68 to win the 2013 Melbourne Cup thanks to Ladbrokes.com.au’s Double The Odds.

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#2 Green Moon – Horse Facts

  • Barrier: 10
  • Jockey: Brett Prebble
  • Trainer: Robert Hickmott
  • Owners:  N C Williams, Mr & Mrs L J Williams
  • Age: 7YO
  • Gender: Entire
  • Breeding: by Montjeu out of Green Noon
  • Career: 25:7-3-0
  • Last 6: 44×599
  • Prize Money: $5,061,346
  • Track: 7:3-1-0
  • Distance: 1:1-0-0
  • Current 2013 Melbourne Cup Odds: $68 with Double The Odds

Why Green Moon Can Win The 2013 Melbourne Cup

  • He won last year’s race and will once again partner with jockey Brett Prebble in this year’s race.
  • He has drawn well in barrier 10 for the 2013 Melbourne Cup.

Why Green Moon Can’t Win The 2013 Melbourne Cup

  • He will carry 57.5 kilograms in this year’s Melbourne Cup, which is four more kilos than he carried to victory last year.
  • He hasn’t been in winning form of late.

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