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The 2015 Emirates Stakes (1600m) has drawn an impressive mix of local talented and international raiders to Flemington Racecourse this afternoon and figures as a particularly interesting race from a betting standpoint as a result; offering punters plenty of value.
Bow Creek debuted to racing for an impressive second in the Group 2 Crystal Mile (1600m) a fortnight ago and has been backed into outright $4.80 favouritism in 2015 Emirates Stakes betting markets at Ladbrokes.com.au in the hours leading up to jump.
Beginning his racing career under the guidance of notable British trainer Mark Johnston, Bow Creek has posted an impressive five wins and as many minors through only eighteen starts since first appearing halfway through 2013.
Having performed well at black type level at in heavy conditions previously, the Shamardal entire appears as though he’ll be hard to beat this afternoon with James McDonald aboard.
Turn Me Loose has interestingly drifted in 2015 Emirates Stakes betting markets but remains sole occupant of the second line at a quote of $8 for success.
A Group 1 winner in his native New Zealand, Turn Me Loose returned to racing this time for a credible sixth in the Group 1 Makfi Challenge Stakes (1400m) before making his Australian debut for second in the Listed Paris Lane Stakes (1400m) on October 4th,
Returning to winning form in the Listed Seymour Cup (1600m) on October 18th, the Iffraaj entire will be seeking a third-consecutive win in the Emirates Stakes after taking out the Crystal Mile two weeks ago.
Disposition has continued to receive steady support in 2015 Emirates Stakes betting markets and arguably offers punters the best value for money at a quote of $8.50 for success.
The four-year-old stamped himself as a serious Spring Carnival contender when taking out the Listed Sofitel (1400m) first-up on September 12th and progressed to close second place finishes in each of the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) and Group 1 Toorak Handicap (1600m).
Having returned to the winner’s circle with a commanding performance on soft going in the Group 3 Guvera Stakes (1400m) at Flemington last weekend, trainer Lee Freedman is thrilled with the son of Reset and is confident champion hoop Damien Oliver will get the best from the horse this afternoon.
Lucky Hussler ($12), Arod ($14) and Sons Of John are all worth consideration at longer 2015 Emirates Stakes odds.
2015 Emirates Stakes Late Mail Tips
- 1 – Disposition
- 2 – Magic Artist
- 3 – Arod
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