News About 2015 Melbourne Cup
The official Melbourne Cup 2015 finishing order is now complete with the famous Flemington Race 7 run and won for another spring, Darren Weir’s $101 roughie Prince Of Penzance scoring the upset win, the full exotic payouts and betting results for the ‘race that stops a nation’ detailed here.
The ‘race that stops a nation’ brought the crowd at Flemington Racecourse and millions around Australia to a standstill this afternoon with the Melbourne Cup 2015 won by outside hope Prince Of Penzance in a historical result with the Darren Weir-trained stayer ridden by the first ever Melbourne Cup winning female jockey Michelle Payne.
Twenty-four horses are engaged to face off in the Melbourne Cup 2015 field at Flemington Racecourse this afternoon and one of the big questions the punters are asking is what age will this year’s Melbourne Cup winner be?
You can do the 2015 Melbourne Cup form all day and still be disappointed when a roughie takes out the ‘race that stops a nation’, so why not try tipping the Melbourne Cup winner via a different method like the most successful saddlecloths in the classic?
The 2015 Melbourne Cup betting tips are coming in thick and fast ahead of Flemington Race 7 at 3:00pm (AEST) this afternoon, but what horses are the punters loading up on in the iconic two mile clash?
Trainer Darren Weir is thrilled with the condition of notable stayer Prince Of Penzance but has conceded the six-year-old faces a monumental task in overcoming a talented field at Flemington this afternoon, and is probably fairly treated at long odds in 2015 Melbourne Cup betting markets.
Every punter down under today is doing the form, reading the stats and looking back on the history books trying to work out the Melbourne Cup 2015 winner so below we’ve crunched the numbers for you.
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Flemington Race 7 steals the show this afternoon at 3:00pm (AEST) with a capacity field of 24 stayers facing off in the 2015 Melbourne Cup, the Races.com.au’s exclusive two-word form guide on the two mile classic detailed below.
In what is undoubtedly the biggest day in Australian racing from the perspective of trainers, jockeys, connections and punters, Ladbrokes Australia has revealed Japanese raider Fame Game is without doubt the worst result for bookmakers today, while a number of other clear Melbourne Cup betting trends have surfaced.
The most anticipated day on the Australian Racing calendar takes place at Victoria’s Flemington Racecourse today with Melbourne Cup Day 2015 lighting up the rack, the full scratchings across the 10-race program and track report found below.Flemington...