Ciaron Maher’s undefeated daughter of Street Boss Petits Filous is the odds-on favourite to retain her flawless record with another win this weekend in the Cap D’Antibes Stakes 2015 at Flemington Racecourse.
Opening the Makybe Diva Stakes Day card in Melbourne on Saturday, the $120,000 Listed Cap D’Antibes Stakes (1100m) jumps at 12:25pm (AEST) and features a bumper field of 15 three-year-old fillies.
Leading the Cap D’Antibes Stakes odds at Ladbrokes.com.au paying a firming $1.95 (in from $2.15) is last start Group 3 Quezette Stakes (1000m) winner Petitis Filous who has won all three of her career starts to date.
Saturday is her maiden run down the Flemington straight but she is well fancied to handle the new track jumping from barrier six with regular rider Damien Oliver continuing his gun association with her.
There are no other single figure fancies joining the shortie in the Cap D’Antibes Stakes betting markets.
If Petits Filous can be beaten then there is value galore on offer for her 14 rivals who are all at $10 and longer to score the upset and end her winning streak.
The next best in betting are Serenade ($10) and My Poppette ($12).
Glen Boss is booked to ride the Michael Moroney-trained Star Witness filly Serenade who is first-up having last been seen running fifth when beaten under one and a half lengths by Ottoman in the Group 3 Percy Sykes Stakes (1200m).
Before that she was seventh in the Golden Slipper, Saturday her first run the opposite way of going in Melbourne.
My Poppette should get a gun run from barrier five with Mark Zahra in the saddle of Robert Smerdon’s returning Snippetson filly who was last seen winning her second race at start number three in the Listed Anzac Day Stakes (1400m) at Flemington.
She’s got a good record at the track she returns to this weekend having run second in her other run down the straight.
Also under $20 are the likes of the Wez Hunter-trained Beneteau filly Parcel ($14), the rails-drawn Strykum ($17) and Hela Flyer ($18).
Lee & Anthony Freedman’s daughter of Stryker Strykum is a black-type winner in Adelaide and was last seen taking out a 1200m race against her own kind at Moonee Valley on August 22.
Hela Flyer also won last time out, the Pat Carey-trained Lonhro filly having won on debut at Cranbourne on August 23 making this her first start in stakes’ company.
At more juicy odds but not without claims are then the David Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained last start Geelong winner over 1000m Miss Idyllic ($26) up in distance here and even Robbie Laing’s Not A Single Doubt filly The Grey Flash ($31) at juicy odds to win first-up having taken out the Group 3 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) in Adelaide back in April.
Check out the full Cap D’Antibes Stakes 2015 betting odds below, fixed win prices provided by Ladbrokes.com.au who are offering Best Tote or SP + 20% on all the even numbered Flemington races on Saturday!