News About 2015 Caulfield Stakes
Early markets for the end of month Cox Plate at Moonee Valley will undergo a reshuffle following the Caulfield Stakes 2015 results from this weekend with winner Criterion back to his best and set for Australasia’s weight-for-age championship on October 24.
The price on Chris Waller’s Sydney raider Kermadec to bring his Group 1 winning form to Melbourne in this weekend’s Ladbrokes Caulfield Stakes 2015 are easing but the four-year-old is still the top fancy for the Cox Plate lead-up on Caulfield Guineas Day.
A small field of Cox Plate hopes face off in the first of four Group 1 races on the Caulfield Guineas Day card in Melbourne on Saturday and below are our insider tips on the 2015 Ladbrokes Caulfield Stakes.
The first of the four Group 1 highlights on the Caulfield Guineas Day card this Saturday in Melbourne is the Ladbrokes Caulfield Stakes 2015 for the Cox Plate hopes, a detailed form analysis and betting preview for the weight-for-age feature found below.
Chris Waller’s Cox Plate-bound four-year-old Kermadec has opened clear favourite to win his second Group 1 on the trot and the third elite level of his career this weekend in the 2015 Ladbrokes Caulfield Stakes on Caulfield Guineas Day.
This Saturday at Caulfield Racecourse there are four Group 1 features on the program including the Caulfield Stakes 2015 featuring a field full of Cox Plate hopefuls.
Set to run as Caulfield Race 6 at 3:55pm (AEST), this year’s $400,000 Group 1 Ladbrokes ...
Kermadec has returned to racing in typically impressive form this time, and regular hoop Glen Boss is confident the four-year-old is in the right form to deliver a talented field defeat at his first appearance over 2000m in Saturday’s 2015 Caulfield Stakes.
Connections of former Caulfield Cup winner Fawkner confirmed plans on Saturday morning to take the veteran galloper first-up into the 2015 Makybe Diva Stakes after a track gallop at Caulfield Racecourse.
It has been nearly a decade since they ran the quinella in the ‘race that stops a nation’ and now the Japanese could be back in the form of Curren Mirotic who looks perfectly suited to the two miles of the Melbourne Cup 2015.