The last of the four Listed features running at Flemington’s Finals Day this weekend is the 2014 AR Creswick Series Final, betting tips for the three-year-olds’ showdown found right here.
Running as Flemington Race 7 at 4:10pm the $120,000 Listed A.R. Creswick Series Final (1200m) has this year drawn 16 hopefuls.
Five of those are currently under single figures to win in the latest AR Creswick Series Final odds at Ladbrokes.com.au including the $4.60 favourite Miss Promiscuity.
A winner of three of her opening five starts in Melbourne last campaign the former Peter Moody-trained daughter of Magnus debuts for Sydney’s Anthony Cummings here and has come up trumps with barrier three and Glen Boss to ride.
Saturday is her first run since a nice second to Jazz Song in the Group 3 Typhoon Tracy Stakes (1200m) back in February and she’s well liked to pick up where she left off after a winning Randwick trial late last month.
Other single figure fancies for an upset then include local Street Sense colt Hard Stride ($7.50) coming off a second in a Moonee Valley Handicap from June 21 and winner of that race Kievann ($9) for Stephen Brown who shoots for their third on the trot.
So will one of those under $10 take it out?
Or is there value to be found further down the AR Creswick Series Final betting markets from the likes of the rails-drawn Sebring filly Bring A Ring ($15), in-form gelding The Monstar ($15) who ran third in the June 28 Heat of the series or Prix D’Or ($14) who has won three straight on the synthetic at Geelong?
#2 Kievann ($9)
Stephen Brown’s local Niello gelding has won back-to-back 1200m races at Moonee Valley, defeating Hard Stride both times by narrow margins, and is in with a shot again here. They are up in the weights however at 58.5kg but if they handle the kilos they should be finishing off strongly from their nice barrier five draw.
#15 Miss Promiscuity ($4.60)
She’s a deserving favourite having been up to Group 2 class in her opening campaign finishing second to subsequent Group 1 performer Jazz Song in the Typhoon Tracy Stakes. All of her racing has been in Melbourne for Moody, now prepared in Sydney but looks ready for a nice first-up run, Glen Boss is aboard and barrier three is ideal.
#16 Street Allure ($12)
Nice price for Darren Weir’s flying Street Boss filly who has won her three lead-up starts most recently over Longchamp Belle at Moonee Valley on June 21. Drops back a kilo for this and Michelle Payne retains the ride, flying filly that can improve again in this company.
To get behind our favourite three-year-olds in the Flemington feature this weekend head to Ladbrokes.com.au where you know you’ll always get the right price thanks to their Best Tote or SP markets!
*All odds quoted are Fixed Win from Ladbrokes.com.au and subject to change