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2017 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes Betting Update

2017 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes Betting Update

The countdown is on until the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes 2017 steals the show at Flemington Racecourse this afternoon and updated odds on the sprint showdown are detailed below. One scratchings sees a dozen starters in this year’s $750,000 Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning (1000m), trainer Robbie Laing opting not to run his filly Missrock…

Black Caviar Lightning Stakes 2017 Tips & Odds Update

Black Caviar Lightning Stakes 2017 Tips & Odds Update

The Saturday Flemington Racecourse hosts one of the best editions of the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes in recent years, betting tips and the latest odds on the sprint showdown found below. Just once in the six years has the race attracted a double-figures field, so punters are in for a treat with 13 gallopers in…

Black Caviar Lightning 2017 Odds: Top Two Hard to Split

Black Caviar Lightning 2017 Odds: Top Two Hard to Split

The two resuming three-year-old colts in Saturday’s Group 1 at Flemington are batting for top spot in the 2017 Black Caviar Lightning odds. Fastnet Rock (2005) was the last three-year-old to win the autumn feature sprint, but the bookies are taking no chances on Star Turn and Flying Artie to break the hoodoo this weekend….

2017 Black Caviar Lightning Nominations: 3YOs Dominate

2017 Black Caviar Lightning Nominations: 3YOs Dominate

The nominations are out for the Black Caviar Lightning 2017 running at Flemington Racecourse on Saturday and a host of top-level three-year-olds dominate the early entries for the sprint. Continuing the elite level Melbourne Autumn Racing Carnival action, this weekend’s $750,000 Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) attracted 16 nominations. Of those two of the…

2016 Black Caviar Lightning Odds: Chautauqua vs Exosphere

2016 Black Caviar Lightning Odds: Chautauqua vs Exosphere

It is a tight Black Caviar Lightning 2016 betting affair ahead of this Saturday’s Flemington feature with experienced sprint champion Chautauqua firming into equal favourite with Godolphin’s gun three-year-old Exosphere in the latest markets. Stealing the show in Melbourne this weekend, the $750,000 Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) may have only attracted seven runners…