Anthony Cummings’ smart young filly Miss Promiscuity has opened top fancy to win her first-up run at Flemington this Saturday and beat home the boys in the A.R. Creswick Series Final 2014.
There are 16 three-year-olds set to face off in this year’s $120,000 Listed AR Creswick Series Final (1200m), one of four black-type features at Flemington’s Finals Day this weekend.
The favourite in the latest Creswick Final odds at $4.60 is Magnus filly Miss Promiscuity who has drawn barrier three with Glen Boss to ride.
Saturday will be her first run since February when she ran a close second to Jazz Song in the Group 3 Typhoon Tracy Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
She has raced exclusively in Melbourne winning three of her five starts for former trainer Peter Moody before her transfer to Cummings’ Sydney stables.
Two of her wins were by big margins too including a four and a half length effort in January over the same track and distance as the Creswick Final.
She’s also had a sharpen-up with a Randwick trial on June 27 and looks spot on for this.
There are then four other single figure chances in the markets including $7.50 second elect Hard Stride.
Drawn in barrier six with Damian Lane to ride, the local Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra-trained Street Sense gelding comes off four top two runs in Melbourne.
A recent Caulfield winner over the 1200m they were last seen finishing a nose away second to Kievann in the Essendon Nissan Handicap (1200m) at Moonee Valley and will be out to go one better here.
The three next best in betting are then all equal on $9 with the Robert Smerdon-trained Excellent Art colt Under The Louvre (barrier 10), Essendon Nissan Handicap winner Kievann (barrier five) and Cranbourne-based Group 2 performer Pyrrolic (barrier four).
Other notable hopes at better odds then include the in-form Darren Weir-trained filly Street Allure ($12) shooting for their fourth straight win, the filly they beat home at Moonee Valley last start in the Eurozone Handicap Longchamp Belle ($14) out wide in barrier 14, Robbie Griffiths’ Redoute’s Choice gelding Prix D’Or ($14) who has also won their past three starts at Geelong and early market mover The Monstar ($15) coming off a third to Beleeup in Heat 5 of the series.
See below for the full AR Creswick Series Final 2014 odds, prices open online now at the country’s leading online betting agency Ladbrokes.com.au.
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