Markets for all the Railway Stakes Day races on the Ascot ‘Super Saturday’ program in Perth this weekend are now open including those for the Carbine Club of W.A. Stakes 2014.
Due to jump at 1:55pm (local) as Ascot Race 4, this year’s $100,000 Listed Carbine Club of W.A. Stakes (1400m) features a final field of a dozen gallopers.
On the 55kg minimum and leading the current Carbine Club of WA Stakes odds at Ladbrokes.com.au is the Adam Durrant-trained Real Love.
Drawn out wide in barrier 10 the Desert King mare will have the state’s premier hoop William Pike in the saddle as she shoots for back-to-back wins at the track.
Second in the WA Oaks over 2400m, and third over the same distance here in the WATC Derby behind Respondent during the autumn, the now four-year-old pays $3.20 to overcome her wide barrier again having won over 1500m last weekend from gate 14 (of 16) with Pike in the saddle.
Just two other runners, both also carrying 55kg, join Real Love under double figures in Carbine Club of WA Stakes betting markets with Black Heart Bart ($4.40) and Miss Rose De Lago ($5).
Jumping from barrier nine with Patrick Carbery aboard, the Vaughn Sigley-trained Blackfriars four-year-old Black Heart Bart was runner-up in the Group 3 Asian Beau Stakes (1400m) two back before a fourth behind Bass Strait last Saturday in the Group 3 RJ Peters Stakes (1500m).
Back down to 1400m this weekend should suit with the gelding having finished second in both his previous starts over the distance.
Miss Rose De Lago meanwhile has the inside alley with Melbourne’s Luke Nolen over for the ride.
Nolen is in Perth on Saturday to partner with the Peter Moody-trained Moment Of Change in the $750,000 Group 1 Crown Perth Winterbottom Stakes (1200m).
Twelve months ago the multiple Group 1 winning son of Barley A Moment was narrowly beaten by fellow eastern state visitor Buffering in the Winterbottom and pays $4.20 through Ladbrokes.com.au to go one better this season.
The Simon Miller-trained daughter of Encosta De Lago Miss Rose De Lago meanwhile has a nice record over the track and distance (2-1-1-0) and comes off a sixth in the RJ Peters, the short back-up a non-issue for the four-year-old.
Other notable hopes at more generous odds to win include the consistent four-year-old Kheleva ($10) who boasts five wins from seven starts over the distance, the Adam Durrant-trained Wroughted ($11), and Jim Taylor’s last start winner over the track and distance New Time ($11) in gate three for Jason Brown.
See below for the complete Carbine Club of WA Stakes 2014 betting odds, prices open online now at Ladbrokes.com.au where a $25 deposit will earn you a $75 bonus bet just in time for summer!