Voodoo Lad Leads 2016 All Victorian Sprint Series Final Odds

Darren Weir’s in-form galloper Voodoo Lad is tipped to win his first race down the Flemington straight with success in the All Victorian Sprint Series Final 2016.

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Voodoo Lad leads betting markets for the 2016 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington this weekend in Melbourne. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

One of four Black-Types on the Finals Day card, this year’s $15,000 Listed All Victorian Sprint Series Final (1200m) features a field of 10 sprinters.

The latest All Victorian Sprint Series Final odds at Ladbrokes.com.au have Weir’s I Am Invincible four-year-old Voodoo Lad as the clear $2.30 favourite after success over the distance at Moonee Valley last start on June 18.

He has now won six of his 11 starts and has a gun 1200m record (3-1-2-0) he’ll be looking to add to from a nice mid-field barrier six draw on the weekend in his maiden run at Flemington.

Dean Yendall comes aboard for the ride on Weir’s recent stable acquisition who looks the one to beat based on the gun lead-up form.

Occupying the second line of All Victorian Sprint Series Final betting this Melbourne Winter Racing Carnival at $4.80 and firming is early market mover Ruettiger.

Craig Williams rides the 54kg lightweight from barrier four for Team Freedman, the Duporth four-year-old coming off a third to exciting three-year-old Odyssey Moon over 1100m at the track on June 25.

A further three runners are also under $10 for the win with the Mick Price-trained Group 3 winner Alberto Magic ($7.50), Danerich six-year-old Rich Jack ($8) out to break a year-long winning drought and Stephen Brown’s local hope Kievann ($8.50).

Niello five-year-old Kievann comes off back-to-back thirds, the latest behind Saturday’s favourite Voodoo Lad at the Valley a fortnight back.

He has six wins over this weekend’s distance, but has struggled at Flemington finishing out of the money in all four of his previous starts at the track ahead of the All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

The best of the double figure hopes at $12 is Reldas who has claims despite his 59.5kg top weight.

Dwayne Dunn is booked to ride the Robert Smerdon-trained Testa Rossa five-year-old who is out to atone for a disappointing 14th over 1100m here last time out.

See below for the full All Victorian Sprint Series Final 2016 betting odds, Fixed Win prices provided by Ladbrokes.com.au where new depositing players only need to quote the code BETBONUS to enjoy up to $500 in bonus bets this season!

2016 All Victorian Sprint Series Final Betting


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